Kid Cudi shocked audiences when, get this, his debut album - Man On The Moon: The End of Day - was actually damn good! Sadly, his sophomore Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager doesn't get any points for a new thematic direction, because none was chosen. Despite subtle differences, the album is just Cudder airing out his grievances once again, touching on solitude, psychosis, drugs, suicidal tendencies, the works, but with a dosage of his own recognised fame involved. There is no track that will garner the praise or popularity of his previous efforts such as Day N Nite, but disregarding the overall mess that the album is, enjoyment can still be had...at a cost of course.
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