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Album: Drunk (10 inch Vinyl)
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Rabbot Ho More Info...
2)    Captain Stupido More Info...
3)    Uh Uh More Info...
4)    Bus In These Streets More Info...
5)    A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II) More Info...
6)    Lava Lamp More Info...
7)    Jethro More Info...
  Disc 2
1)    Day & Night More Info...
2)    Show You The Way (feat. Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins) More Info...
3)    Walk On By (feat. Kendrick Lamar) More Info...
4)    Blackkk More Info...
5)    Tokyo More Info...
6)    Jameel's Space Ride More Info...
  Disc 3
1)    Friend Zone More Info...
2)    Them Changes More Info...
3)    Where I'm Going More Info...
4)    Drink Dat (feat. Wiz Khalifa) More Info...
  Disc 4
1)    Inferno More Info...
2)    I Am Crazy More Info...
3)    3AM More Info...
4)    Drunk More Info...
5)    The Turn Down (feat. Pharrell) More Info...
6)    DUI More Info...
 
Album: Drunk (10 inch Vinyl)
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Rabbot Ho More Info...
2)    Captain Stupido More Info...
3)    Uh Uh More Info...
4)    Bus In These Streets More Info...
5)    A Fan's Mail (Tron Song Suite II) More Info...
6)    Lava Lamp More Info...
7)    Jethro More Info...
  Disc 2
1)    Day & Night More Info...
2)    Show You The Way (feat. Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins) More Info...
3)    Walk On By (feat. Kendrick Lamar) More Info...
4)    Blackkk More Info...
5)    Tokyo More Info...
6)    Jameel's Space Ride More Info...
  Disc 3
1)    Friend Zone More Info...
2)    Them Changes More Info...
3)    Where I'm Going More Info...
4)    Drink Dat (feat. Wiz Khalifa) More Info...
  Disc 4
1)    Inferno More Info...
2)    I Am Crazy More Info...
3)    3AM More Info...
4)    Drunk More Info...
5)    The Turn Down (feat. Pharrell) More Info...
6)    DUI More Info...
 
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  • Between Apocalypse and Drunk, his second and third albums, bassist Stephen Bruner contributed to a slew of remarkable recordings by fellow Los Angeles dwellers -- Flying Lotus' You're Dead!, Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly and Untitled Unmastered, Kamasi Washington's The Epic, and Terrace Martin's Velvet Portraits among them. Several months before Bruner picked up a Grammy for "These Walls," off To Pimp a Butterfly, he issued an EP anchored by "Them Changes." His funkiest, sweetest, most vulnerable song, it reappears as the top highlight on Drunk, a fragmentary and scattered program relative to the Thundercat full-lengths that preceded it. Bruner is still fueled by numerous forms that immediately preceded his birth -- smooth soul, soft rock, jazz fusion, synth funk, new wave, all late '70s/early '80s -- and filters them through his soft-hearted, mischievous personality. He surrounds himself with a slightly different cast of old and newer associates, including the first three figures listed above, keyboardist Dennis Hamm, drummer Louis Cole, and producer Sounwave. Bruner dreams about being a cat (replete with meowing background melody), pens a tribute to Japanese pop culture ("Just point me to the Pachinko machines"), and delivers a sarcastic jingle regarding social media fatigue ("I'm out here probably doing the most"). Love and mortality remain Bruner's strongest subjects, placed on full display in terse but touching ballads like "Lava Lamp," "Jethro," and "3AM." In "Show You the Way," another bright spot, he swaps verses with Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins, two of his heroes, to swirling and balmy effect. Additional guests Kendrick, Pharrell, and Wiz Khalifa add to the star power, but the main attraction is Bruner's singular combination of tremulous yet fluid bass and aching falsetto. ~ Andy Kellman
Professional Reviews
Spin - "Thundercat sings in a light, airy voice, which when paired with his playful and elastic bass noodling, a constant mist of synths, and conversational lyrics makes for a humorous album of warm compositions."

Uncut - "One of his old associates, Kendrick Lamar, turned up on this slick, freaky and inventive display of virtuosity..."

NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Funk, soul, pop, electronica and hip-hop orbit around each other. When they cluster and fuse, the results are cosmic....DRUNK, as out-there as it can be, is an album totally high on its own unique ideas."

Paste (magazine) - "It takes a special kind of artist to create a sound both familiar and groundbreaking. Thundercat continues his upward trajectory in that regard here..."
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