Fact: Rodent superhero Danger Mouse is returning to U.K. Tv after more than two decades. The animated series, which featured the voice of Sir David Jason, ran between 1981 and 1992 and will be rebooted on the Bbc next year (15).
Fact: Norah Jones is planning a return to the charts with a little help from super-producer and hitmaker Danger Mouse. The odd couple is working on the follow-up to Jones' 2009 hit album The Fall, which is tentatively titled Little Broken Hearts. The Don't Know Why singer and the Gnarls Barkley star became friends while working on the compilation Rome last year (11)
Fact: Jack White, Norah Jones and DJ/producer Danger Mouse have teamed up to pay tribute to the music of beloved Italian film composer Ennio Morricone. The trio have reworked Morricone's spaghetti western themes for new album Rome.
Quote: "I didn't mind when something like that happened with the Grey Album. But the record company minded. They put up a fuss. But it was like, 'Take it easy guys, it's a tribute.'" Sir Paul McCartney insists he wasn't bothered by Dangermouse's mash-up of THE Beatles' White Album and JAY-Z's Black Album.
Quote: "I'd rather poo in my mum's Sunday roast than have Danger Mouse produce a PORTISHEAD record. No offence." PORTISHEAD star GEOFF BARROW rejects the help of the Gnarls Barkley and Gorillaz producer on the band's third album.
Quote: "Sometimes I feel like I'm just f**king useless at this lark. (We) should hire Danger Mouse. He would knock up a Portishead album in about a week and the kidz (sic) would dig it." PORTISHEAD star GEOFF BARROW admits he's getting frustrated with the length of time it has taken to record a third album. It has been 10 years since the group's last release.