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Complex recently compiled a list of their top 25 albums of 2009. Of Cudi’s Man On The Moon – The End Of Day they said;
Hip-hop’s lonely stoner threw the “debut rap album” blueprint out the window with his bold opening statement, a somber trip into the mind of Scott Mescudi. With producers Emile, Plain Pat, and Ratatat driving most of the music, Man On The Moon shows a remarkably fully-formed sound—dark, melodic, spacious—a feat that most unfocused artists strive for their entire career. Mixing the easy thump of hip-hop with the relentlessly introspective sensibility of indie rock, Cudi pushed the boundaries of both worlds, perfectly capturing 2009’s unapologetically creative spirit.
Congrats to Kid Cudi on this one, I really respect and agree with pretty much all that Complex co-sign. For the full list of their top 25, go here.
Purchase : Kid Cudi | Man On The Moon : The End Of Day