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Kid Cudi

March 8, 2011
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I’m not totally sure why Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon is such an entrancing album, but it has earned a position on the daily playlist here at the bike shop for the last couple weeks and it still entertains.

It’s a surprisingly complete album about the internal struggles of a stoned out reject nerd who finds solace in imagination and expression.  There are a couple tracks worth skipping, but there are far more tracks that demand maximum volume (namely Day N Nite and Pursuit of Happiness).

 

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