Kid Cudi - Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager album flac
Genre: Electronic / Hip hop & Rap / Funk
Title: Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager
Style: Hip Hop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1928 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1397 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1984 mb
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Act II: A Stronger Trip 3. Don't Play This Song ft. Mary J. Blige 4. We Aite (Wake Your Mind Up) 5. Marijuana 6. Mojo So Dope. Act III: Party On 7. Ashin' Kusher 8. Erase Me ft. Kanye West 9. Wild'n Cuz I'm Young 10. The Mood. Act IV: The Transformation 11. MANIAC ft. Cage and St. Vincent 12. Mr. Rager 13. These Worries ft. Blige 14. The End ft. GLC, Chip tha Ripper and Nicole Wray. Act V: You Live & You Learn 15.
After the two-dimensional art-school-kid clichés of Man on the Moon, kiD CuDi partially makes good on his promise to loosen up his music. His 2009 debut, Man on the Moon: The End of the Day, was a modest commercial success but a mortifying creative face-plant, a compilation of the most two-dimensional art-school-kid clichés (I'm sad, I'm stoned, I'm deep) imaginable, over unrelievedly monotonous electro tracks. It was hard to find a more self-satisfied and less likable pop record that year. Man on the Moon II, the sequel, is still a bumpy listen, but it tweaks his formula enough to at least hint at the massive promise Kanye sees in him. First, and most crucially, he perks up the tempo a little
The album was formerly known as Cudder: The Revolution of Evolution, before being renamed. The album was released November 9, 2010 by GOOD Music and Universal Motown. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Connect to this site.
Cudi stated that "Man On The Moon II is dark by nature and instead of bringing you into my dreams like my first album, I'm bringing you into my reality, good and bad. It will explain more of who I am as well as pushing the envelope musically. Cudi also stated he has scrapped the collaborative theme of Cudder for a project that is more personal. He also discusses his former cocaine addiction on the album. Music critic Matthew Cole, noted elements of rock music on the album and wrote that it "finds. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 169,000 copies. In its second week, the album has crossed the 200,000 sales mark. As of December 2011, the album had sold 353,000 copies in the United States. On July 26, 2012, the album became the certified Gold, for selling more than.
The Mood, 11. Maniac, 12. Rager, 13. These Worries, 14. The End, 15. All Along, 16. Ghost!, 17. Trapped In My Mind. More albums from Kid Cudi: Man On The Moon: The End Of Day by Kid Cudi. Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven by Kid Cudi. Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon by Kid Cudi. Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’ by Kid Cudi.
Kid Cudi's debut album "MAN ON THE MOON: THE END OF DAY" was released on 9/14/09, landing at on the Billboard Top 200 chart with over 103,000 units sold. Since then he has is approaching 500,000 albums sold, . million digital singles and . milllion mobiletones Sold. Cudi's featured guests on the album included Kanye West, album narrator Common, Ratatat, and MGMT. I also love that it grows on the listener over time. I was obsessed with this album as soon as it came out. Then I began listening to it again a couple of months afterwards and and it was still awesome. The best songs on the album are "Mojo So Dope," "Erase Me," "Mr. Ranger. The album flows really well which is similar to how the first album was. If you ever have a chance, make sure to watch him live. He's been improving his shows now that he doesn't get high on stage.
It’s actually the outcome of the alt-rap star’s breakthrough debut as it deals with fame, and Cudi’s admittedly unwise way of handling it, liquid cocaine. As a result, you have to care quite a bit about this Mr. Solo Dolo character for Man on the Moon II to fully work its magic