University of Georgia
Released Rome, an album inspired by classic Italian soundtrack music, with composer Daniele Luppi.
Collaborated with James Mercer of The Shins as Broken Bells.
Produced Attack and Release, his first collaboration with The Black Keys.
Released St. Elsewhere, the first album by Gnarls Barkley, featuring the hit single "Crazy."
Produced Demon Days, the second album by Damon Albarn's multimedia project Gorillaz.
Released underground mixtape The Grey Album, combining vocals from Jay-Z's The Black Album and The Beatles' self-titled 1968 release, commonly known as The White Album.
Collaborated with British graffiti artist Banksy on a 2006 project to replace 500 copies of socialite Paris Hilton's debut album Paris in UK record stores with an altered version featuring Banksy's sarcastic alterations of the cover art and Danger Mouse's radical reworkings of the songs.