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  • Performer: Ex-poets
  • Title: Too Much Future
  • Size FLAC ver: 1309 mb
  • Date of release: 2018
  • Style: Contemporary R&B, Downtempo
  • Other formats: ADX MMF AHX DMF APE MP1 XM
  • Genre: Electronic / Funk / Pop
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
Ex-poets - Too Much Future album flac

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1 Our Homes
Bass, Synthesizer – Jordan BrooksDrums, Percussion – Brian Wolfe Engineer – Robin MacMillanKeyboards, Piano – Frank LocrastoMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerVocals, Piano, Acoustic Guitar – Colin Killalea
4:24
2 Still Waiting
Bass, Synthesizer – Jordan BrooksMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerVocals, Keyboards – Colin Killalea
3:24
3 Sight Unseen
Bass, Synthesizer, Drum Programming – Jordan BrooksMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerVocals – Colin Killalea
1:30
4 Grace
Co-producer – Robin MacMillanMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Mathew ScheinerPiano, Bass – Jordan BrooksVocals, Drum Programming, Strings – Colin Killalea
3:34
5 Too Much Future
Bass, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Jordan BrooksMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerPercussion, Sounds – Robin MacMillanVocals, Keyboards – Colin Killalea
2:30
6 Colorguard
Bass, Synthesizer – Jordan BrooksDrums, Percussion – Brian Wolfe Engineer – Robin MacMillanKeyboards – Frank LocrastoMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerVocals, Percussion – Colin Killalea
3:46
7 Sidelines
Bass – Jordan BrooksDrums – Tommy CraneEngineer – Robin MacmillanGuitar, Vocals – Colin KillaleaKeyboards – Frank LocrastoMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot Scheiner
2:43
8 Bands of Colors
Bass, Synthesizer, Drum Programming – Jordan BrooksEngineer – Robin MacMillanKeyboards – Frank LocrastoMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerPercussion, Drums – Brian Wolfe Vocals, Piano – Colin Killalea
3:12
9 Animales
Bass, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Jordan BrooksEngineer – Robin MacMillanMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Jim OrsoVocals – Colin Killalea
2:41
10 Tracks
Bass, Synthesizer – Jordan BrooksDrums, Percussion – Brian Wolfe Engineer – Robin MacMillanKeyboards – Frank LocrastoMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerVocals, Keyboards – Colin Killalea
3:41
11 Wildfire
Bass, Keyboards – Jordan BrooksEngineer – Robin MacMillanMastered By – Joe LambertMixed By – Elliot ScheinerPercussion – Brian Wolfe Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar – Colin Killalea

Credits

  • Artwork By – Chris Tucci
  • Producer, Composed By – Colin Killalea, Jordan Brooks


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Too Much Future ‎(Album).

Future (stylized on digital releases as FUTURE) is the eponymous fifth studio album by American rapper Future. It was released on February 17, 2017, by A1 Recordings, Freebandz and Epic Records. The album features production by Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, DJ Khaled, The Beat Bully, Southside, alongside production from other members of 808 Mafia such as DY, Fuse, Tarentino and Tre Pounds. The album was supported by three singles: "Draco", "Mask Off" and "Extra Luv".

FUTURE is the fifth album by Atlanta rapper Future. It was released on February 17, 2017. The original release of FUTURE contained 17 featureless tracks that spanned just over an hour. In June of 2017, Future added Used To This, the official Mask Off Remix, and Extra Luv to the album’s tracklist.

FUTURE' is a reminder that Future is trap music’s phoenix-the second you consider him dead, he only burns brighter. Future starting his album with a song called Rent Money is proof he’s a man of the working class people. That sample in the background sounds like something from a horror film. Jesus the drums just dropped. The bass is hitting so hard I can feel it in my chest. This is a Meek Mill level banger.

Future is certainly a prolific artist, though it is getting a bit excessive. Since 2011, he has released at least two projects every year, often three or more. The alter egos have characterized much of his output, giving names to his various aesthetics. FUTURE is meant as a Future exhibition, a portrayal of his many sides-superstar, romantic, heartbreaker, hedonist-which have previously only been showcased in flashes. But it doesn’t do anything past Future projects haven’t done already, and ironically it doesn't tell us anything new about Future. In bringing all these previous personas together, he creates an album that’s mostly retreads. And there are a few moments that completely lack Future’s patented dynamism and evocation, particularly Good Dope and Scrape.


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