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Man On the Moon, Vol. II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Man On the Moon, Vol. II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (Bonus Track Version) by Kid Cudi. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:57 minutes.

Artist: Kid Cudi
Release date: 2010
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:57
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No. Title Length
1. Scott Mescudi vs. The World (feat. Cee-Lo) 3:55
2. Revofev 3:03
3. Don't Play This Song (feat. Mary J. Blige) (featuring Mary J. Blige) 3:42
4. We Aite (Wake Your Mind Up) 1:26
5. Marijuana 4:20
6. Mojo So Dope 3:30
7. Ashin' Kusher 3:48
8. Erase Me (feat. Kanye West) (featuring Kanye West) 3:12
9. Wild'n Cuz I'm Young 4:14
10. The Mood 2:35
11. Maniac (feat. Cage & St. Vincent) (featuring Cage, St. Vincent) 2:58
12. Mr. Rager 4:54
13. These Worries (feat. Mary J. Blige) (featuring Mary J. Blige) 4:15
14. The End (feat. GLC, Chip tha Ripper & Nicole Wray) (featuring GLC, Nicole Wray, Chip The Ripper) 4:20
15. All Along 3:22
16. Ghost! 4:49
17. Trapped In My Mind 3:34



Though Man On the Moon, Vol. II is Kid Cudi’s sophomore effort, the album’s rightful predecessor is Kanye West’s 808s and Heartbreak. Though not as frosty or insular as Kanye’s downer- pop masterpiece, Man On the Moon, Vol. II explores the same territory — alienation, self-doubt, loneliness, disillusionment. Like his mentor Kanye, Cudi is less interested in fame than its aftershocks (for example. “Don’t Play This Song”). Man On the Moon, Vol. II succeeds not just on the basis of its vivid interior descriptions. It’s easy for an artist to act morose — Cudi’s talent is that he makes it listenable. Thanks to his longtime producers Emile and Plain Pat (along with crucial contributions from Jim Jonsin, Chuck Inglish, and No I.d.) Man On the Moon, Vol. II is a fully inhabitable sonic landscape. Even when the songs turn bleak — and the final seven songs are downright chilling — the music remains inviting, brimming with intricate detail and unique tones. This is an album painted in blacks and whites and blues, but Cudi shows us the limitless shades that exist within those colors.