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VOL № E099 — March 2021

Man On The Moon: The End Of Day

Kid Cudi
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Kid Cudi’s 2009 debut LP Man on the Moon: The End of Day may only be remembered by some for the once-inescapable hits like “Pursuit of Happiness” and “Day ’n’ Night,” a dozen-year-later retrospective view of the album proves it an ambitious mammoth of a concept album. After gaining momentum as a creator and collaborator on gargantuan cultural artifacts of the aughts, most namely the previous year’s 808s and Heartbreaks and his own mixtape A Kid Named Cudi, all eyes were on Cudi’s major label debut. Man on the Moon: The End of Day delivered the first in his Man on the Moon trilogy, and a hip-hop album that muddied the sonic lines between hip-hop, new wave, electronic, and a handful of other genres in a way the mainstream had yet to see.

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Release Type
2 lp
33 1/3 rpm
Vinyl Size
12 inch
Foil Stamped
The End of Day / A New Beginning Galaxy
Tip-On; Gatefold
Mastering Studio
Universal Mastering Studios
Mastering Engineer
Vlado Meller
Pressing Location
GZ Vinyl
Remastering Details
Lacquers Cut by Barry Grint, Alchemy Mastering at AIR
Art Print by Bill Sienkiewicz
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