Tyler, The Creator ‎– Wolf - 2014 Hip Hop 2LP

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CA$88.95

Tyler, The Creator ‎– Wolf

Label:
Odd Future Records ‎– 88765493061
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Pink
CD, Album
Country:
US
Released:
2014
Genre:
Hip Hop
Style:

Tracklist

1A Wolf 1:50
2A Jamba
Featuring – Hodgy Beats
3:32
3A Cowboy 3:15
4A Awkward 3:47
5A Domo23 2:41
6A Answer 3:50

1B Slater
Featuring – Frank Ocean
3:53
2B 48 4:07
3B Colossus 3:33
4B PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer
Featuring – Frank Ocean, Laetitia Sadier
7:18

1C IFHY
Featuring – Pharrell Williams
5:19
2C Pigs 4:14
3C Parking Lot
Featuring – Casey Veggies, Mike G (10)
3:53
4C Rusty
Featuring – Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt
5:09

1D Trashwang
Featuring – Jasper Dolphin, L-Boy, Lee Spielman, Left Brain, Lucas*, Na'Kel, Taco*
4:42
2D Treehome95
Featuring – Coco O., Erykah Badu
3:00
3D Tamale
Featuring – Tallulah*
2:46
4D Lone 3:57

CD
1 Wolf 1:50
2 Jamba
Featuring – Hodgy Beats
3:32
3 Cowboy 3:15
4 Awkward
Featuring – Frank Ocean
3:47
5 Domo23 3:11
6 Answer
Featuring – Syd Bennett*
3:50
7 Slater
Featuring – Frank Ocean
3:53
8 48
Featuring – Nas, Frank Ocean
4:07
9 Colossus 3:33
10 PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer
Featuring – Laetitia Sadier, Frank Ocean
7:18
11 IFHY
Featuring – Pharrell*
5:20
12 Pigs 4:13
13 Parking Lot
Featuring – Mike G (10), Casey Veggies
3:54
14 Rusty
Featuring – Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt
5:10
15 Trashwang
Featuring – Left Brain, Na'Kel, Jasper Dolphin, Taco*, L-Boy, Lucas*, Lee Spielman
4:41
16 Treehome95
Featuring – Erykah Badu, Coco Owino*
3:01
17 Tamale
Featuring – Tallulah*
2:46
18 Lone 3:56

Notes

Limited edition deluxe double vinyl on pink vinyl with gatefold jacket, printed sleeves, insert, oversized sticker and album on CD.

"Wolf", "Cowboy", "Domo23", "Answer", "Slater", "48", "Colossus", "PartyIsntOver", "Pigs", "Trashwang", "Tamale" and "Lone" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI).

"Jamba" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce & DVMIEN, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI).

"Awkward" and "Bimmer" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / Heavens Research LP/BUG Music (BMI).

"Campfire" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / Domino Publishing Company Ltd.

"IFHY" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / EMI April Music, Inc. obo itself and More Water From Nazareth (ASCAP).

"Parking Lot" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce & Golden Griffin 24k, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / Casey Veggies Publishing (BMI).

"Rusty" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce & Chill Bro Music, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / randomblackdude (BMI).

"Treehome95" published by Golf Wang Steak Sauce, admin by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI) / Divine Pimp Publishing.

All tracks recorded by Vic Wainstein @ Treehouse - Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA except:
"Domo23", "Rusty" and "Trashwang" recorded by Vic Wainstein @ Treehouse - Paramount Recording Studios & Serenity West Recording, Hollywood, CA;
"Campfire" recorded by Vic Wainstein @ Treehouse - Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA & Lilimonade @ Octopus Studios, London, EN; "Treehome95" recorded by Vic Wainstein @ Treehouse - Paramount Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA & Sterling Winfield @ Klearlight Recording Studio, Dallas, TX;
and "Tamale" recorded by Vic Wainstein @ Treehouse - Paramount Recording Studios, Serenity West Recording, Hollywood, CA & Studio for the Talented & Gifted, Los Angeles, CA.

Tracks A1 to A4, B3, B4 and C2 ("PartyIsntOver") to 17 mixed at Larrabee Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA.
Tracks B1, B2, C1, C2 ("Campfire" & "Bimmer") and 18 mixed at SoundEQ Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Tracks A2 to A4 and D2 to D5 mixed by Jaycen Joshua for the Penua Project/Innersound Management.

"48": Nas x Tyler XXL Interview courtesy of XXLMag.com

Casey Veggies appears courtesy of Peas and Carrots Intl./Epic Records
Coco Owino appears courtesy of Vested In Culture/Epic Records
Domo Genesis, Hodgy Beats, Mike G, Left Brain & Syd Bennett appear courtesy of Odd Future Records
Earl Sweatshirt appears courtesy of Tan Cressida
Erykah Badu appears courtesy of Universal Motown Records
Frank Ocean appears courtesy of Island Def Jam Music Group
Leatitia Sadier appears courtesy of Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks

© & ℗ 2013 Odd Future LLC / Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment.
US Pressing
Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 8 8765-49306-1 3
Matrix / Runout (Side A): 88765 493061-1A
Matrix / Runout (Side B): 88765 493061-1B
Matrix / Runout (Side C): 88765 493061-2A

Matrix / Runout (Side D): 88765 493061-2B

( pitchfork) "Where Goblin felt like an attempt to shoehorn the whole of Odd Future’s nihilist aesthetic into a single album, Wolf pulls back the curtain and reveal the talented introvert behind the music. The first thing to go is the bratty punk fury of earlier material. The insurgent bravado of “Radicals”, “Sandwitches”, and “French” is scaled back, replaced by songs that flip the conventions of his songwriting inside out. The songs about women are earnest where they used to carry murder ballads’ air of ill intent. Drugs come up, but we also hear about a remorseful dealer surveying the havoc he’s caused and a man having a mercilessly terrible time while high. Wolf is still the balancing act between gruff cynicism and juvenilia that we’ve come to expect from Odd Future (especially on “Pigs”, a bleak radio play about exacting revenge on bullies), but these songs are more three-dimensional. Tyler’s more likely to aim for melody instead of menace.

Wolf as a whole also sounds gorgeous, and that even goes for the bruisers. The polyrhythmic hi-hats of the madcap posse cut “Trashwang” eventually give pause to a piano bridge, and the blustery lead single “Domo 23” gets a bump from a boisterous horn section. Foreboding numbers like “Rusty” (a lush reimagining of 1990s RZA production) and the nightmarish, tribal “Cowboy” are declawed by rich textures and melodicism. “Answer” sets Tyler’s longing for his late grandmother and absentee father to a bright guitar figure and shimmering organs. “48”’s crack epidemic reminiscence is adorned with elegant pianos, string stabs, tasteful guitar, and spoken word interludes from Nas. Tyler’s pet sounds are dark melodies hammered out on wonky synths and clattering breakbeats but here they come padded with embellishments that give Wolf a cinematic breadth. The album is pretty, but beguilingly so. "

More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Odds and Ends Music
Color Black