Man On The Moon: The End Of Day (studio album) by Kid Cudi
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This album is rated in the top 4% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 77.2/100, a mean average of 75.8/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 77.3/100. The standard deviation for this album is 17.2.
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Tem bastante criatividade e brilha nas intromissões de eletrônica.
It's been 13 years since the release of Man on the moon, and I'm not gonna say it's the best thing I've ever heard, but maybe we should start giving Kid Cudi some credit for daring to be vulnerable on record, for discussing some issues that weren't cool to discuss in the hip hop sphere at that time and for influencing a whole generation of moody and confessional rappers in the process.
This is a very enjoyable project to listen to with some brilliant moments that are extremely infectious and have me singing them days after the album has concluded. The real strengths of this record is the flow and the production. The flow of Kid Cudi is fantastic and he makes it nearly impossible for you to not be able to groove along with him. It makes the run time seem shorter than it is as well and really supports the music on tracks with weaker beats. The productions helps with this massively and makes for a very smooth experience. It feels so clean in its production which makes you be able to properly respect the music and enjoy the nuances of it. However, there is filler content that is a bit more bland and unnecessary to the album. This does drag the quality of the album down as it can be boring in places. Overall, there is a lot of great music on here that combines multiple genres but it is lacking the consistency of the tracks to be considered great.
Didn't care for this at all on the first pass. But after a late night listen, I'd say it has its moments.
Trust me when I say that I tried to like this after I read reviews saying how smartly crafted his music is and that it has a message or whatever... that ended up being a bunch of bull if you ask me. I don't get why people find this good... at all.
The beauty of Man on the Moon is in Kid Cudi’s simple yet emotionally packed rhymes. The beats skew towards the spacey and tripped out on tracks like “Soundtrack 2 My Lyfe”—a track that also has a pronounced guitar riff that never leaves the bars from the second it opens—to the funk rock explosion of “Enter Galactic (Love Connection Part 1).” Cudi is such a likable MC that even when he’s introspectively musing in his own incarnation of emo, he appeals to a wide spectrum of listeners. This broad appeal is especially apparent on “Pursuit of Happiness (Nightmare)," featuring both MGMT and Ratatat, whose combined talents bring together an incredible fusion of hip hop and electronic rock.
I personally think his fans are really exeggarating the quality of this album. The '00s pop after taste really ruins the experience at times. Kid Cudi is one of the few artists that are at their best if they just don't pay any attention at all to how it's gonna be liked by the listener and only listen to their own opinion.
Interesting concept and Ideas. Fun album to listen to, though I can see why some people might not like this album
I mean, this is a pretty fun record. Kid Cudi went showing a different side with Hip-Hop, along with Kanye he was one of those that was pushing the barrier forward. I see this as a preview of MBDTF.
Great album. Always makes me happy listening to this.
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