Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Personally i lovveeee Kid Cudi's Album. I feel like it is more honest and genuine. Its not often that you get an album where every song is good in its own right. I have this album on repeat since it came out :] its great to have someone who thinks outside the box [pause] LOL.
Broken into five acts and narrated by Common, the album takes listeners on an emotional rollercoaster ride through Cudi’s mind. The journey begins with the melancholy “Soundtrack 2 My Life,” where he confesses, “I was close to trying some coke/And a happy ending would be slitting my throat.” The downtrodden diatribes continue on the eerie Emile production “Mr. Solo Dolo (Nightmare),” before Cudi pops an upper, which results in slightly more uplifting tracks like “Heart of a Lion (Kid Cudi Theme Music)” and “Sky Might Fall.”...
While depressing undertones dominate, Man On The Moon is not all doom and gloom as the folksy “Up Up & Away (The Wake & Bake Song)” illustrates. In true stoner fashion, Cudi delivers an album of uppers and downers that make for some high times.

sealed with a kiss, J'adore Daphh

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