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"The third album from bassist/songwriter Thundercat is whimsical and somber, funny and meaningful, sometimes all at once. Drunk's oddball soul confronts the challenge of just trying to live life." - Pitchfork
Stephen Bruner, bka as Thundercat returns with his follow up to 2015s The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam . The latest album titled Drunk is released on Flying Lotus Brainfeeder label and features production from Flying Lotus himself. After attaining national attention following his Grammy award winning collaborations on Kendrick Lamar s To Pimp A Butterfly , Bruner delivers arguably his most ambitious work to date. Vocal features include Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins, Kendrick Lamar, Wiz Khalifa and Pharrell. In addition to Kendrick Lamar, Thundercat has worked with a wide range of artists including Erykah Badu, Childish Gambino, Mac Miller, Ty Dolla $ign, Bilal, Suicidal Tendencies, Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin and more making him one of the most in demand musicians of our time.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 5.55 x 5.08 x 0.39 inches; 2.89 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Brainfeeder
- Original Release Date : 2017
- Date First Available : January 24, 2017
- Label : Brainfeeder
- ASIN : B01N5P6ZYO
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,624 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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There is a LOT of stuff happening here, and I have to confess that if you give this a straight-through listen, it's hard not to notice that some of the tracks sound the same and blur together. You might dig that, but it turns an album that is just over 51 minutes long and makes it seem like it's much longer. And being that many of these tracks are barely a minute long, that's a lot of slight variations on things.
In a sense, the album is kinda drunk. It's tipsy, it's flowy, it repeats itself. It has some wild moments of genius ("Bus in these streets" and "Show you the Way" are two great examples) and it sometimes gets weirdly introspective and then it reminds you that twitter is okay but you also need to unplug sometimes.
I really dig it, warts and all.