Thundercat ‎– Drunk

Brainfeeder ‎– BF064
4 × Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM, Red
Box Set, Album
Releas"/> Thundercat ‎– Drunk - 2017 Downtempo Soul Jazz 10" 4LP

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Thundercat ‎– Drunk - 2017 Downtempo Soul Jazz 4 x 10"

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Thundercat ‎– Drunk

Brainfeeder ‎– BF064
4 × Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM, Red
Box Set, Album
10 Mar 2017
Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk / Soul


A1 Rabbot Ho
A2 Captain Stupido
A3 Uh Uh
A4 Bus In These Streets


B1 A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II)
B2 Lava Lamp
B3 Jethro


C1 Day & Night
C2 Show You The Way
Featuring – Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald
C3 Walk On By
Featuring – Kendrick Lamar


D1 Blackkk
D2 Tokyo
D3 Jameel's Space Ride


E1 Friend Zone
E2 Them Changes
Written-By – C. Jasper, E. Isley , M. Isley  O. Isley 


F1 Where I'm Going
F2 Drink Dat
Featuring – Wiz Khalifa


G1 Inferno
Written-By – S. Bruner*
G2 I Am Crazy
Written-By – S. Bruner*
G3 3AM


H1 Drunk
H2 The Turn Down
Featuring – Pharrell  




Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Brainfeeder
Copyright (c) – Brainfeeder
Published By – Just Isn't Music
Manufactured By – MPO
Published By – Fidnadu Music
Published By – Sea Cough
Published By – Sounwave TDE Productions
Published By – Sony ATV
Published By – Genevieve Music
Published By – Wixen Music Publishing, Inc.
Published By – Milk Money Music
Published By – WB Music Corp.
Published By – Hard Working Black Folks Inc.
Published By – Top Dawg Music
Published By – EMI Pop Music Publishing
Published By – More Water From Nazareth
Published By – Jack Jimmy Music
Published By – Mono/Poly Media
Published By – EMI April Music Inc.
Published By – Bovina Music, Inc.
Published By – Wiz Khalifa Publishing

Design [Sleeve Design] – Zack Fox
Drums – D. Parks* (tracks: B3, F1)
Drums, Keyboards, Programmed By – L. Cole* (tracks: A4, D3)
Guitar – Z. Carney* (tracks: A2)
Keyboards – D. Hamm* (tracks: A1, B2, B3, C2, D1, D2, G1, G3, H3)
Keyboards, Programmed By – C. Dickerson* (tracks: E1), T. Graves* (tracks: F2)
Layout – Adam Stover
Management – Really Happening
Mastered By – Daddy Kev
Mixed By, Producer [Additional Production] – Flying Lotus (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to C3, E2, F1, G1 to H3)
Other [...Basically Everything] – L. Cole* (tracks: D3)
Photography By – Eddie Alcazar
Piano – D. Hamm* (tracks: A3, E2)
Producer – Sounwave (tracks: B1, B2, D1)
Programmed By – S. Bruner* (tracks: C3, D1, D2, D2, G1, G2, H1, H2), S. Ellison* (tracks: A2, B3, C2, E2, F1, G1, G3, H1), Z. Sekoff* (tracks: A3)
Saxophone – K. Washington* (tracks: E2)
Strings – M. Atwood-Ferguson* (tracks: G1, H3)
Synth [Synth-Bass] – S. Burris (tracks: C1)
Synthesizer – D. Hamm* (tracks: B2), S. Ellison* (tracks: E2)
Vocals – C. Thomaz* (tracks: F2), K. Lamar* (tracks: C3), K. Loggins* (tracks: C2), P. Williams* (tracks: H2)
Vocals, Bass – S. Bruner*
Vocals, Keyboards – M. McDonald* (tracks: C2)

Manufactured in EU.

P & C Brainfeeder 2017
Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 5054429007763
Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Side A [etched]): BF 064 A MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 Side B [etched]): BF 064 B MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Side A [etched]): BF 064 C MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 Side B [etched]): BF 064 D MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 Side A [etched]): BF 064 E MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 Side B [etched]): BF 064 F MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 4 Side A [etched]): BF 064 G MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix / Runout (Disc 4 Side B [etched]): BF 064 H MPO SIMON-THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Label Code: LC-12885
Rights Society: ASCAP
Rights Society: BMI

The album is packed with exemplary melodies that allow Thundercat to show off his dexterous musicianship. On “Tokyo”, he sprints through a chunky, wobbly bass sound. For the entirety of “Uh Uh”, he lets loose, cramming as many notes into a measure as he can while pianist Dennis Hamm darts around him, the two never once losing their breath. Yet Thundercat never overdoes it. Drunk is free of pretension where it very well could choose to be, giving him a leg up once again on fellow contemporary bassists.

C+S "For those who turn to Thundercat for escapism, he still provides that here, courtesy of Flying Lotus’ production. “Lava Lamp” rolls over a slow-burning percussive beat. “Jethro” pairs warm vocal harmonies with open-cymbal drumming. “Where I’m Going” combines the best elements of the duo’s work, lacing trippy rhythm with electronic undertones, glossing over Thundercat’s voice so everything feels like a nostalgic dream. Even elevator interludes like “Bus in These Streets” bring merriment to his liquid bass, so they fit the mold of the album. Then there’s the hip-hop partnerships. With Wiz Khalifa on “Drink Dat” or Kendrick Lamar on standout “Walk on By”, Thundercat finds his groove, using space to bounce off the work of others to create a dense, intricate sound. There’s no long, wandering tracks — the average track runtime is around two minutes, and the longest, “Inferno”, is a reasonable four — to get lost in, but that’s what makes it great. Thundercat opts for quick bites that stack for a filling meal, a structure that fans can devour in one sitting or while at a party. Why else would it be 23 songs long?

Over the course of the runtime, though, we do see growth: in his voice. Instead of letting a coarseness overtake his throat, Thundercat delivers some of his most tender lines, even when, unfortunately, the lyrics detail teenage gags. The aging soft-rock croons of Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins, two of his heroes, blend with his voice with hilarious ease on “Show You the Way”. Then there are songs like “Blackkk” where Thundercat lets his voice stretch wide"

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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black