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Drunk received positive reviews from music critics. Though he sounds good. In a series of Twitter messages posted shortly after this mini-album's release, Thundercat explained that he is continuing to come to terms with the "insanely brutal" deaths of some close friends, while also attempting to process the larger-scale racist injustices that still occur with disheartening regularity.
In the final, almost-sunny-sounding track over some atypically bright keyboard tones , the narrator encounters a strange but comforting entity. Song for the Dead Them Changes Lone Wolf and Cub That Moment Mini-album The Beyond - Where the Giants Roam picks up where 's Apocalypse left off, with Thundercat joined on production duties by longtime sparring partner Flying Lotus for six spiralling excursions to the outer limits of jazz-funk.
Hard Times Written and Produced by S. Bruner Bass, Vocal - S. Bruner 2. Song for the Dead Written and Produced by S. Bruner Keyboards, Programming - C.
Dickerson Strings - M. Atwood-Ferguson 3. Them Changes Written and Produced by S. Ellison Bass, Vocal - S. Bruner Keyboards, Programming - S. Ellison Saxophone - K.
Washington Piano - D.Tracklist: 1. Hard Times, 2. Song For The Dead, 3. Them Changes, 4. Lone Wolf And Cub, 5. That Moment, 6. Where The Giants Roam / Field Of The Nephilim.