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2012 release, a collection of songs spearheaded by Tyler The Creator and featuring music from the entire Odd Future collective. Includes appearances from Tyler The Creator, Hodgy Beats, Frank Ocean, Leftbrain, Domo Genesis, Mike G, Syd The Kyd and The Internet.

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  • Audio CD (March 20, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: March 20, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Odd Future
  • Run Time: 64 minutes
  • ASIN: B00753MATE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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By C. Dillard on March 21, 2012
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Those unable to see the brilliance of Odd Future are simply consumers - they have no eye for criticism, social commentary, or affect. Simultaneously celebratory and critical of black culture, hip-hop, and the not-so implicit materialism, misogyny, and misanthropy that accompanies the rampant, unchecked masculinity which defines OF's "swag" (of course, their usage is meant to be ironic), simply listen to a track like "We Got B*****," more or less a sequel to "B**** S*** D***," and it's easy to see the tongue-in-cheek terrain being circumnavigated. The grotesqueries involved extend from the blaring hook, outlandish lyrics ("Count money, get my hair-braided by your b****") and OF's now expected rambunctious approach to cadence and commentary. Refraining from an approach that preaches difference (or simply preaches, think Immortal Technique), OF is more interested in using the very tools that define hip-hop in order to subvert it. Playful, lyrically provocative, referentially eclectic, and musically tight (OF's varied beats and tones cannot be discounted, in the least, this is still quality hip-hop in the conventional sense), as Hodgy says in "Rella," "Hop on the bandwagon, kid, I'm about to show you some tragic s***."
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If you think anger is a negative emotion than Odd Future is not for you.

Let's face it, there is plenty to be mad about these days, thank God there are still artists willing to express this global feeling of angst and disappointment. This album is solid hip-hop, and it really feels like Wu-Tang all over again, but these guys are totally their own act. I am honored to be young enough to appreciate this group, Odd Future is definitely for the children.

To all the power-hungry governments, corrupt empires, various mind-controlling -isms, greedy corporations, mainstream media outlets, and any other conformist organizations: You made us into outcasts when we refused your ways, but your ways didn't work...they were flawed. You led the world astray and you pissed us off. **** you.

Golf Wang, snitches!
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Prepare you for the evolution of Odd Future. It was only in early 2010 when I encountered Earl Sweatshirt on XM Sirius radio with his song "Kill em' all", and I just had to think to myself "....who in the hell would let a 40 year old degenerate record a rap song?". When I got home, I immediately headed for the computer to research Earl Sweatshirt, and since he was relatively new, the information was anemic. I did manage to dig up a video of his, and it wound up being seared in my brain because of the images...but much to my surprise I found out he was only 16. He was wayyyyy too mature with his lyrical content, but I loved it. I kept clicking on links and was led to Odd Future.com, where I downloaded all of their albums for free, including The OF Tape Vol. 1. Everyone in the group was from 16-18.

Now...we have an almost three year older group, and to add to that, they have traveled the world. The content remains somewhat...but they have matured in thier satire of mainstream rap culture. The song "We got B!#&hes" is in the same vein as "Tina", and "B!#&h Suck D!#k"...where they poke at the thin-layered, mysoginistic nature of rap over Down South Dirty Beats (which is a far departure from Odd Future's Odd beats made from Tyler and Left Brain). Some of the most notable points on the album is the shining of The Internet, she is cool and kick-back (Check out "Purple Naked Ladies"), Domo Genesis is much sicker in his flow...at this rate, he is competing to be lyricist of the year (check out "Under the Influence", and his verse on "Rella" and "Oldie"), and last but not least, after a 1 1/2 hiatus, Earl Sweatshirt (he is 18 now) is back in the flesh...ripping up the "Oldie" track with a nearly 3 minute flow (last rapper)...so I guess no more "Free Earl" slogan.
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A great album. Between the touring and the TV show, there hasn't been a lot of music released from Odd Future in awhile. This CD helps show how much they've improved. The inclusion of a new verse from Earl Sweatshirt is reason enough to purchase this.
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Odd Future have an elevated profile given frontman Tyler, The Creator's success with his 2011 solo effort Goblin. Odd Future's proper `debut' (for lack of a better word) comes in the format of a `mixtape' preserving the underground appeal and aspect of the group. While the effort is still rather brash, maybe the shock value has worn off slightly given the release of Tyler's polarizing effort. Qualms and quibbles aside, the album is enjoyable and features some dynamic, left-field productions by Left-Brain and Tyler, the Creator. That said, if you cannot tolerate the overt, the album may still rub you the wrong way.

After L-Boy's intro where he `dogs' the members of Odd Future - all in good fun, Domo Genesis and Hodby Beats slay "B******," the opener. The cut is hookless, however the flow by the two rappers trading off rhymes makes the cut easily shine. Tyler, The Creator is featured and handles production on "NY (Ned Flander)," which also features Hodgy Beats. The minimalistic sound within the production is quite desirable, accentuated by simple drum program and odd-ball piano. Again, there is no hook to speak of with Hodgy handling first verse duties and Tyler joining in on the second verse. "Ya Know" follows, featuring The Internet. The cut proves to be a departure from the more hard-edge "NY (Ned Flander)," but the sung vocals possess a lushness unexpected from an Odd Future song.

"Forest Green," featuring Mike G features excellent production from Left Brain, showcasing how strong his musical ear is. "Lean," another Left Brain entry, features Hodgy & Domo, again delivering solid lyricism.
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