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This article is about the extended play. You may be looking for the single.

The Tomorrow Comes Today EP is an extended play by Gorillaz, released on 27 November 2000, named after the song of the same name, Tomorrow Comes Today. The EP is notable for being the band's first-ever commercial release.


The UK issue of the Tomorrow Comes Today EP, released November 27, 2000, was the first commercial Gorillaz release. Having 4 tracks, it was ineligible for the UK singles charts (which then had a '3 original track' limit) and was thus classified an EP. The EP had virtually no promotion at the time of release. The three b-sides (unheard at time of release) and the CD-ROM video of 'Tomorrow Comes Today' rounded off an excellent package showing many sides of this new act. The EP was also released in Europe, the US and in Brazil as a promo CD.

The first two tracks from the extended play went on to be released as singles and included on the band's self-titled debut album, Gorillaz, while the latter two were later included on the compilation album G-Sides.

Track Listing[]

Standard Tracks
No. Title Length
1. 'Tomorrow Comes Today'   3:14
2. 'Rock The House' (feat. Del The Funky Homosapien) 4:09
3. 'Latin Simone'   3:39
4. '12D3'   3:24
Total length:
Enhanced Video
No. Title Length
5. 'Tomorrow Comes Today (Enhanced Video)'   3:14
Total length:



  • Murdoc Niccals - bass guitar, songwriting (both except '12D3')
  • Stuart '2-D' Pot - vocals, keyboards, piano, synthesizers, songwriting, flute ('Rock the House')
  • Russel Hobbs - drums, percussion (both except '12D3')
  • Noodle - guitar, additional and backing vocals ('Tomorrow Comes Today', 'Latin Simone')
  • Del Tha Ghost Rapper - vocals (rap), songwriting (both on 'Rock the House')


  • Damon Albarn - vocals, keyboards, piano, melodica, guitars, bass guitar ('Tomorrow Comes Today'), drum programming, flute ('Rock the House')
  • Jason Cox - drums, drum programming
  • Tom Girling - drum programming
  • Dan the Automator - sampled loops, drum programming ('Latin Simone'), additional synthesizers
  • Kid Koala - turntables ('Rock the House')
  • Miho Hatori - backing vocals ('Tomorrow Comes Today', 'Latin Simone')
  • Junior Dan - bass guitar (except '12D3')
  • Del The Funky Homosapien - vocals (rap), songwriting (both on 'Rock the House')
  • Mike Smith - trumpet ('Latin Simone')


  • Gorillaz - production
  • Jason Cox - engineering, co-production
  • Dan The Automator - production
  • Tom Girling - engineering, mixing, co-production
  • Howie Weinberg - mastering


Release dates and chart positions[]

  • UK: 27/11/00 – highest chart position: not chart eligible