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Kid Cudi - Indicud [3LP]

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Tracklist: A1 The Resurrection Of Scott Mescudi 2:40A2 Unf***wittable 4:35A3 Just What I Am 3:48 B1 Young Lady 4:24B2 King Wizard 4:16B3 Immortal 5:01 C1 Solo Dolo Part II 3:34C2 Girls...

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SKU: 602537356713Categories: NEW PRODUCTS, The Barbershop Music, vinyl new
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Tracklist:

A1 The Resurrection Of Scott Mescudi 2:40
A2 Unf***wittable 4:35
A3 Just What I Am 3:48

B1 Young Lady 4:24
B2 King Wizard 4:16
B3 Immortal 5:01

C1 Solo Dolo Part II 3:34
C2 Girls 4:27
C3 New York City Rage Fest 1:53

D1 Red Eye 3:54
D2 Mad Solar 4:08
D3 Beez 3:13

E1 Brothers 4:41
E2 Burn Baby Burn 2:58
E3 Lord Of The Sad And Lonely 2:46

F1 Cold Blooded 2:32
F2 Afterwards (Bring Yo Friends) 9:03
F3 The Flight Of The Moon Man 2:51

Indicud is the third studio album by American hip hop recording artist Kid Cudi. The album was released on April 12, 2013, by Republic Records. It was the first album of Cudi's solo career to not be an installment of his Man on the Moon series. The album's cover artwork was designed by Kid Cudi himself, who also served as an executive producer of Indicud. It was Cudi's goal to make more uptempo and positive music with the album. He described it as a completely new format compared to his previous albums.

The album's record production was handled entirely by Cudi as well, with only record producer Hit-Boy co-producing one track, while Cudi's WZRD bandmate Dot da Genius, provided drums on two. The album features guest appearances from fellow American rappers King Chip, Kendrick Lamar, Too Short, RZA and ASAP Rocky as well as appearances from American singer-songwriters Father John Misty and Michael Bolton along with indie rock band Haim.

During the early release of Indicud, it was preceded by four singles – "Just What I Am" featuring King Chip, "King Wizard", "Immortal" and "Girls" featuring Too Short. Indicud debuted at number 2 in the United States. With sales of 139,000 copies and debuted at number 32 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming Cudi's highest-charting album on the chart, while entering at number 2 on the UK R&B Chart. The album received generally mixed reviews from music critics.