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Man on the Moon: The End of Day [CD/DVD Combo] [Deluxe Edition] [Deluxe Edition]

Kid CudiAudio CD
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You can call Kid Cudi a lot of things.
Certainly, he's a Grammy Award winning, gold-selling rapper, an in-demand producer, songwriter, acclaimed actor, a leader of the urban alternative movement and an "artist" in the truest sense of the word.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 15, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Motown / Pgd
  • ASIN: B002FOQY04
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,389 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. In My Dreams (Cudder Anthem)
2. Soundtrack 2 My Life
3. Simple As...
4. Solo Dolo (nightmare)
5. Heart Of A Lion (KiD CuDi Theme Music)
6. My World Feat. Billy Cravens
7. Day N Nite (nightmare)
8. Sky Might Fall
9. Enter Galactic (Love Connection Part 1)
10. Alive (nightmare) Feat. RATATAT
11. CuDi Zone
12. Make Her Say Feat. Kanye West & Common
13. Pursuit of Happiness (nightmare)Feat. MGMT & RATATAT
14. Hyyerr Feat. Chip Tha Rhipper
15. Up Up & Away (The Wake & Bake Song)

Editorial Reviews

About the Artist

"Kid Cudi is at the vanguard of a game-changing new generation of artists," said Universal Motown President Sylvia Rhone. "He crosses musical boundaries with an appeal that goes beyond genre, format, race, language, and culture. Cudi lives easily in the hip-hop, indie rock, pop, and R&B worlds - a diversity that shows in his innovative music and his all-embracing persona. He is a born storyteller who brings a positive, life-affirming message to his brilliant lyrical flow and compelling music. There are no clichés in what Cudi does. He is a breath of fresh air - a dynamic and important new voice, not only in the next phase of hip-hop, but as a groundbreaking trendsetter who represents the future. I am thrilled to welcome Kid Cudi into the Universal Motown family." KID CUDI released his first mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi, in July, 2008 as a free download sponsored by New York streetwear company 10 Deep, leading to an introduction and signing to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint, and in turn, to Cudi's co-writing of four tracks on the platinum Kanye West album 808s & Heartbreak, including the Top 5 single, "Heartless" and stepping out in a featured vocal on "Welcome to Heartbreak." He followed this up with his first Official single; "DAY N NITE" "day 'n' nite" dominated with #1 rankings at multiple radio formats.

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Deluxe two disc (CD + DVD) edition includes bonus DVD. Highly anticipated 2009 release from the Brooklyn-based Hip Hopster. Kid Cudi released his first mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi, in July, 2008 as a free download sponsored by New York streetwear company 10 Deep, leading to an introduction and signing to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music imprint, and in turn, to Cudi's co-writing of four tracks on the platinum Kanye West album 808s & Heartbreak, including the Top 5 single, 'Heartless' and stepping out in a featured vocal on 'Welcome to Heartbreak.' On this album, the ingenious, spaced-out wit and sparse but addictive electronic arrangement of the single 'Day 'N' Nite' has already made the song a hit.

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Futuristic Work - This KiD is The Real Martian September 26, 2009
By Patjam
Format:Audio CD
KiD CuDi brilliantly combined hip-hop, classical, trance n electronica and he delivers lyrics full of determination and sympathy with a lazy but very exciting flow. This record is very creative, unique and futuristic... like a hybrid of Pink Floyd, Beethoven and Kanye West.
"The sky might fall" but this boy has this heart of a lion that it can't stop him from flying hyeeer and landing on the moon on a pursuit of happiness.

My top 5 (very hard to make a choice):
1. The Sky Might Fall
2. Enter Galactic - If you can't do what you imagine then what is imagination to you?
3. The Soundtrack to my life
4. As Simple as... (leaves you expecting another verse in vain)
5. My World / In my Dreams

I think he really thought outside the box and I applaud him because few artists can craft such a risky concept especially for a debut album. Hope he keeps innovating his music once he's done exploring the moon and comes back to planet earth... For now PRESS Enter Galactic and fly Hyeeer
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27 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Format:MP3 Music|Verified Purchase
I picked this album up on a whim because of its $3.99 first day release price, and I was pleasantly surprised. I'm not a fan of main stream hip hop, more the alternative stuff (the Roots, Talib Kweli, Common, etc.) but the production and overall story concept of this album was pretty interesting. The beats are sparse with a lot of spacey sounds but a lot of them are really catchy (hear "Alive"), and the interludes with Common are interesting because they narrate the story of a stoner, and all the songs fit into different acts within the album. This is the first hip hop album in a long time that is more enjoyable when you listen to the whole album in entirety, it's a steal at $3.99.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One Giant Leap For Weirdkind September 16, 2009
Format:Audio CD
Kid Cudi has truly arrived with his debut album Man on The Moon: The End Of Day. Kid Cudi was the subject of much hype this year after his contributions to Kanye West's 808's & Heartbreaks and when DAY N NITE became so successful. Much weight was being put on his shoulders to not only become the next hip hop star but also to push the genre forward into boundaries it had never been.

Well I'm here to tell you that Kid Cudi has definitely delivered. This album is everything a fan of hip hop and music in general could want. This album is different sonically as well. The sparse production, never overproduced, the use of silence and space. The tracks are sequenced into 5 Acts to give the listener a feeling of a story being told but succeeds in creating a certain atmosphere that is unmatched. That feeling is dark, moody, deep, futuristic and unique. It's hard to exactly say why this album is so good but it really literally is GENIUS. Kid Cudi also has great lyrics. Some people may not feel his lyrics because they only pay attention to technique but he drops lyrics for the mind about life, feelings, emotions etc that grown people can relate to. The album is very mature and wise beyond his years. Kid Cudi combines a unique flow and delivery with a semi-singing/talking approach that works extremely well for him.

Man on The Moon: End Of Day is a crowning achievement and one of the best debuts in recent memory. Sonically the album is amazing (reminds me of ATLiens), Cudi has perfected his style. The album creates an atmosphere from the unique album cover and presentation of the album to the movie-esque back cover. He takes us on a journey with his music and is one of the rare times when an album is more enjoyable as an album rather than a collection of songs.
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Instant Classic! September 15, 2009
Format:MP3 Music
This album is so innovative that it almost seems before its time. Every track is perfect, and not only that, but the album is also expertly put together from start to finish (with Common's narrating). This genius album will no doubt get nominated for and win multiple Grammys, top most best of the year lists, and earn a spot on most best of the 2000's lists. If I could sum up the album in one word, it would be: FUTURISTIC!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What hip-hop is missing February 22, 2010
Format:Audio CD
The fact that this dude speaks what he feels, against beats that arent mainstream, speaks volumes. I like Biggie, 2Pac, Face, and early Jay-Z as well, but that's where it ends. There is no more Biggie and Pac, a new Face album is rare nowadays, and Jigga is on his way out the door. NOT TO MENTION the fact the alot of rappers who try to emulate these cats wind up one hit wonders, or even worse, they go commercial and perpetually release weak albums. I am a fan of 'real' hip-hop, and what I mean by that, to clear up the confusion, is when someone speaks about their own experiences. If you never sold dope, then don't rap about it, etc. Few successful hip-hop aritists can follow this motto, probably out of fear or whatever but it doesn't get followed by the vast majority IMHO.

I don't know if you heard A kid name Cudi, Kid Named Cudi, but that to me was tight too. Maybe being from the MidWest (DETROIT) I can relate more, but I definitely felt that one too, especially 'Cleveland Is The Reason'. I front to back both these albums faithfully.

Personally, HIP-HOP NEEDS A DRASTIC CHANGE. Period. It was stated in another review [...], Hip-Hop has always done 3 things, and the 1st point was that it painted a picture of urban/street youth. That's true, but I have a question for you, at what point did urban/street youth start riding Bentley's and wearing 20 carat's of jewlery and a new pair of shoes everyday? Exactly, maybe 1% of them, yo D-boys and kids D-men, but that's it. So, why is all the HIP-HOP you hear nowadays about that? The majority of the hood can't afford that crap, and the music isn't uplifting them, it makes them feel insecure b/c they don't have this stuff, and makes them wanna rob and steal to get it.
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Bonus tracks
i agree with Antonio Peace. i've had "A KiD Named CuDi" from the beginning, and a "real fan" would also appreciate the fact that they can get a complete and CD quality version with no blends as if it was mixing into another song. Also, when you buy the deluxe edition,... Read More
Sep 18, 2009 by tommybox |  See all 55 posts
Man On The Moon: The End Of Day
i already bought the deluxe. why? ITS KID CUDI!
Sep 9, 2009 by Maria L. Constantino |  See all 4 posts
Will those who ordered the Bonus Trackless version get to exchange those...
Forget postage paid, I know its not Amazon's fault for the error but we deserve to have the right copy of MOTM that we paid for, they better be sending me the fixed version the day it comes out, or I'm taking action.
Sep 19, 2009 by Jevon D. Elliott |  See all 6 posts
This album rivals college droopouut for one of the best debuts ever!
If you preordered, you've obviously listened to Kid Cudi's music before. This album stays completely in line with all of his previous music. You can't really say that there was anything unexpected in the style or lyrics that would shock you into returning it. Also, how is his music targeted at... Read More
Sep 14, 2009 by John Young |  See all 22 posts
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