Man On the Moon - The End of Day (Expanded Version)
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||ExplicitIn My Dreams (Cudder Anthem)||Kid Cudi||3:18||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSoundtrack 2 My Life||Kid Cudi||3:55||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSimple As...||Kid Cudi||2:31||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSolo Dolo (Nightmare)||Kid Cudi||4:26||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHeart of a Lion (Kid Cudi Theme Music)||Kid Cudi||4:21||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMy World (feat. Billy Craven)||Kid Cudi||4:02||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||Day 'n' Nite||Kid Cudi||3:41||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSky Might Fall||Kid Cudi||3:40||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEnter Galactic (Love Connection, Pt. I)||Kid Cudi||4:20||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAlive (Nightmare) [feat. Ratatat]||Kid Cudi||4:06||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitCudi Zone||Kid Cudi||4:19||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMake Her Say (feat. Kanye West & Common)||Kid Cudi||3:57||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitPursuit of Happiness (Nightmare) [feat. MGMT & Ratatat]||Kid Cudi||4:55||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHyyerr (feat. Chip Tha Ripper)||Kid Cudi||3:32||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitUp Up & Away||Kid Cudi||3:47||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDay 'n' Nite (Crookers Remix)||Kid Cudi||4:41||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitT.G.I.F. (feat. Chip Tha Ripper) [Bonus Track]||Kid Cudi||2:31||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMan On the Moon (Bonus Track)||Kid Cudi||3:31||£0.99||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitIs There Any Love (feat. Wale) [Bonus Track]||Kid Cudi||3:30||£0.99||View in iTunes|
|20||CleanVideoEnd of Day||Kid Cudi||11:57||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|21||CleanVideoRagin In Aussie Town||Kid Cudi||9:54||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|22||ExplicitVideoGolf With the Broskis (Without Commentary)||Kid Cudi||18:09||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|23||ExplicitVideoGolf With the Broskis (Commentary)||Kid Cudi||18:09||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|24||CleanVideoMake Her Say||Kid Cudi||3:23||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|25||CleanVideoMake Her Say (Behind the Scenes)||Kid Cudi||3:03||£1.89||View in iTunes|
Kid Cudi is a fascinating rapper, claimed by the backpackers for his work with Kanye West on 808s & Heartbreak but equally loved by the mash-up club kids who went ape for his "Day N Nite" single, especially in its nu-disco remix from Crookers. His debut album was deep in the category of "much anticipated" as soon as it was announced, but when the promised game changer finally arrived, it became obvious that Cudi had already changed the game, and maybe debut albums aren't what they used to be. With its narration from Common and a track list broken into five "acts," Man on the Moon: The End of Day is almost as conceptual as its name implies, kicking off with a spaced-out slow roller coated in strings while Cudi states "Welcome, you're in my dream now." You most certainly are. What follows is Pink Floyd-styled story where the real world pain of "Soundtrack 2 My Life" mutates into sci-fi fantasies from the dark side of the moon. Along the way, brilliant samples — like a bit of OMD's esoteric album Dazzle Ships — and innovative sounds from Cudi and special guests Emile, Ratatat, and MGMT slowly shuffle the listener through the man's spliff-fueled exploration of space, a place where the artsy escape ridicule but fall prey to crushing isolation. With its bleeps, the hooky "Day N Nite" belongs, but the follow-up single, "Make Her Say," is a glorious mix of glitz and vulgarity with Kanye and Cudi twisting a Lady GaGa sample from "Poker Face" into "Poke Her Face." While it lightens the mood just before things turn ponderous, it barely fits. If it wasn't for the song, it would be as if Cudi launched his career with his own 808s, and therefore anyone looking for a more gripping kickoff should seek out either of his widely available mixtapes (A Kid Named Cudi or Dat Kid from Cleveland). This first official release is a soul searcher and may require more patience than your everyday debut. Still, the chilly, complicated Man on the Moon perfects the futuristic bleak-beat hip-hop Kanye purposed a year earlier, and rewards the listener with every tripped-out return. [A CD/DVD version was also released.]
Kid Cudi - Hip Hop’s Sensitive Soul
This is what 808's and Heartbreak should have been. Cudi has the vocals to pull off hooks unlike Kanye, lyrically he's so honest which makes many tracks on the album really easy for me to relate to. It's real different to anything out there at the moment, definitely should buy this album!
Amazing melodies, epic sounds, dreamy anthems & therapeutic songs rolled into a sleepy journey. Salute Cudder!
Great Album...Such A Shame!
The album is incredibly genius...its such a shame that the album didn't get as much exposure as it should have done...besides that, it whoops the majority of other artists albums in these recent times...go cudi!
Born: 30 January 1984 in Cleveland, OH
Years Active: '00s, '10s