|Birth name||Cassian Ingmar Browne|
|Born||27 September 1971 (age 45)
Merton, Surrey, England
|Genres||Alternative rock, britpop, electronica, trip hop|
|Associated acts||Senseless Things
He was a member of the band The Psychotics who became Senseless Things in 1986. Senseless Things had a couple of top 20 hits and many other singles in their nine years together, they split up in 1995. Jamie Hewlett was a big fan of the band and designed many of their sleeves. When the Senseless Things split up, Browne formed a new band Delakota, which he toured with for a couple of years. Cass Browne also worked with Damon Albarn as his drummer on 2002's Mali Music
Browne was an important member of the Gorillaz family from his addition in 2001, until his departure in 2012. From 2001 to 2010, he performed at all dates on Gorillaz live shows. He participated in the programming of drumming for their second album Demon Days, and appears on Demon Days Live behind the drums at the Manchester Opera House.
Cass Browne was the author of all the dialogue of the band members, penning the autobiography Rise of the Ogre in 2006 and writing dialogue such as MEL's website tour in Phase One: Celebrity Take Down in 2002. He chiefly writes all the interviews as the characters for magazines who wish to interview Noodle, 2D, Russel and Murdoc. He is also featured in the film Bananaz, which documents the journey of the Gorillaz band from 2001 until 2005, playing in the studio and live.
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