The Ed Case Refix of "Clint Eastwood" is a bonus track on Gorillaz' 2001 album "Gorillaz". The refix was made by DJ Ed Case from Middle Row Records and features vocals by Sweetie Irie. The remix gained much popularity upon its release and quickly became the more well known version of the song in England, being played in dance clubs all across the country (especially in West London) at a time where 2-step garage reached it’s peak in popularity.
Its debut performance during a soundsystem by Middle Row at Notting Hill Carnival on the 25th of August 2000 predates even the release of the Tomorrow Comes Today EP (Gorillaz' first commercial release). On its vinyl release, two other remixes were featured: Slow Country (Curtis Lynch Jr. Remix), made by producer and musician Curtis Lynch Jr. featuring rapper Spragga Benz (also released on Acetate format at the same day of the festival) and Tomorrow Comes Today (Carl H. Remix) (also known as 'Middle Row Remix') made by the owner of Middle Row Records, Carl Humphrey (better known as Carl H.).
- The edited version of the refix, named "Clint Eastwood (Ed Case Refix) (Edit)" became the most well-known version of the remix, as the full version of it was only featured on the US and a few other versions of the Gorillaz album apart from its vinyl release, while the edited one was included as a hidden track on most international releases. The edited version was also the one posted to the Official Gorillaz Youtube Channel instead of the full one.
- The refix was based on the Ed Case and Sweetie Irie song "Who?".
- The refix got its own promotional video, made by Middle Row Records, which was an edited version of the Clint Eastwood Music Video to make 2-D's scenes on the video match his voice on the refix. As Del The Funky Homosapien's verses were not included on the refix, Del The Ghost Rapper also doesn't appear in the video. It can be seen (at a very low quality) here.
- The refix played as background music for a PBS Kids GO bumper.