Gnarls Barkley's debut single "Crazy" hit the Internet in late 2005 and was officially released in the U.K. last spring, reigning at No. 1 for nine weeks. The song — a honeyed, high-strung vamp on mental illness luxuriated in spaghetti-western strings — quickly gained a crossover market share (and a host of cover versions) last seen when OutKast released "Hey Ya!" in September 2003. Almost immediately the accompanying hype made "Crazy" like the musical equivalent of J.R.R. Tolkien's One Ring: One Song to rule them all, One Song to find them, One Song to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. Like that One Ring, "Crazy" became an epic symbol of fallibility and triumph, plus one hell of a summer jam. Yet the question lingered: Could Gnarls Barkley shoulder the burden of having... More >>>