|1||I Switched My Robot Off (Intro)|
|2||Ascension - (featuring Vince Staples)|
|4||Saturnz Barz - (featuring Popcaan)|
|5||Momentz - (featuring De La Soul)|
|6||Non-Conformist Oath (Interlude)|
|7||Submission - (featuring Danny Brown/Kelela)|
|8||Charger - (featuring Grace Jones)|
|9||Elevator Going Up (Interlude)|
|11||Busted and Blue|
|12||Talk Radio (Interlude)|
|13||Carnival - (featuring Anthony Hamilton)|
|14||Let Me Out - (featuring Mavis Staples/Pusha T)|
|16||Sex Murder Party - (featuring Jamie Principle/Zebra Katz)|
|17||She's My Collar - (featuring Kali Uchis)|
|19||Hallelujah Money - (featuring Benjamin Clementine)|
|20||We Got the Power - (featuring Jehnny Beth)|
|1||New World (Interlude)|
|2||Apprentice - (featuring Zebra Katz/Rag 'n' Bone Man/Ray BLK)|
|3||Halfway to the Halfway House|
|4||Out of Body - (featuring Kilo Kish/Zebra Katz/Imani Vonsh )|
|5||Ticker Tape - (featuring Kali Uchis/Carly Simon)|
|6||Circle of Friendz|
Featured Artists: Vince Staples and Peven Everett and Popcaan and De La Soul and Danny Brown and Kelela and Grace Jones and D.R.A.M. and Anthony Hamilton and Mavis Staples and Pusha T and Jamie Principle and Zebra Katz and Kali Uchis and Benjamin Clementine and Jehnny Beth and Rag 'n' Bone Man and Ray BLK and Kilo Kish and Imani Vonsha and Carly Simon and Brandon Markell HolmesGenre: Rock & Pop
- Genre: Popular Music
- Release Date: April 2017
- Label: Warner Bros.
- Rating: Parental Advisory (this format contains explicit lyrics).
- Format: CD
- Number of Discs: 2
- Audio Format: Stereo
- Producer: Gorillaz
- Engineer: Stephen Sedgwick
Spin - "A music festival in and of itself, the roster includes stars such as Grace Jones, Kelela, Mavis Staples, Pusha T, Vince Staples, Danny Brown, D.R.A.M., Savages' Jenny Beth, Benjamin Clementine and Jamie Principle, who all lend Gorillaz their voices."
NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The lawless, world-altering scenario HUMANZ presents us with is not a poorly attended inauguration but a massive, cross-genre party, composed largely on an iPad by Albarn and illustrated by his mate Jamie Hewlett."
Paste (magazine) - "If the theme of Humanz is joyriding into headwinds of despair, Pusha T and Mavis Staples win the MVP for their glitch-gospel anthem 'Let Me Out.'"
Clash (Magazine) - "[T]hey have created their most youthful album yet; a vibrant record which paints a picture of the near future so vivid it seems convincingly real."