Tyler, The Creator – Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale - 2022 Hip Hop - Blue Vinyl - Sealed 3LP + Booklet

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Tyler, The Creator - Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale 
 
 
Label: Columbia – 19658814881, Sony Music – 19658814881
Format:     
3 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Blue [Geneva]
Call Me If You Get Lost : The Estate Sale contains:
The original album (16 songs)
8 additional songs (unreleased songs)
3 LPs pressed on Geneva blue colored vinyl
28 page booklet
Housed in a embossed trifold jacket.
Barcode: 196588148811
Country: Worldwide
Released: Aug 25, 2023
Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul
Style: Trap, Contemporary R&B, Jazzy Hip-Hop
 
 
 
 
A1 Sir Baudelaire
Featuring – DJ Drama
1:28
A2 Corso 2:26
A3 Lemonhead
Featuring – 42 Dugg
2:10
A4 Wusyaname
Featuring – Ty$, YoungBoy Never Broke Again
2:01
A5 Lumberjack  
2:18
 
 
 
 
B1 Hot Wind Blows
Featuring – Lil Wayne
2:35
B2 Massa 3:34
B3 Runitup
Featuring – Teezo Touchdown
3:49
B4 Manifesto
Featuring – Domo Genesis
2:55
 
 
 
 
C1 Sweet / I Thought You Wanted To Dance
Featuring – Brent Faiyaz, Fana Hues
9:48
C2 Momma Talk  
1:10
C3 Rise!
Featuring – Daisy World
3:23
 
 
 
 
D1 Blessed     
0:57
D2 Juggernaut
Featuring – Lil Uzi Vert, Pharrell Williams
2:26
D3 Wilshire    
8:35
D4 Safari      
2:57
 
 
 
 
E1 Everything Must Go      
0:28
E2 Stuntman
Featuring – Vince Staples
3:19
E3 What A Day  
3:36
E4 Wharf Talk
Featuring – ASAP Rocky
3:24
E5 Dogtooth    
2:41
 
 
 
 
F1 Heaven To Me      
3:50
F2 Boyfriend, Girlfriend (2020 Demo)
Featuring – YG
3:24
F3 Sorry Not Sorry   
3:26
 
 
 
''The stylistic adventurousness of The Estate Sale offers insight into the sounds that would become Call Me If You Get Lost. He brings back his love for ’80s synth-funk on “Boyfriend, Girlfriend” and taps into New Orleans bounce and Southern trap across “Dogtooth” and “Stuntman.” A$AP Rocky gushes about spoiling his lady on “Wharf Talk,” while Tyler croons with the angst of his Flower Boy and IGOR eras. The breezy and soulful “What a Day” and “Heaven to Me” bring in a John Legend sample and an unreleased Madlib deep cut to complement the album’s leisurely, jet-setting atmosphere.
 
 
As he adjusts to the altitude, Tyler’s position as a community leader presents itself as a new source of anxiety. On “Sorry Not Sorry,” he glimpses guilt and helplessness about not leveraging his status for Black liberation: “I can’t save niggas/I’m not Superman, but I could try.” On “What a Day,” he shouts out Black women, especially the ones who raised him. Twenty seconds into original album track “Massa,” a drum beat cuts Tyler off when he begins to idolize his passport. “Heaven to Me” diverts that incomplete thought with a tender ode to domesticity—date nights, water-gun fights, loved ones in the kitchen, and seeing a piece of yourself in the children you helped to bring into the world.'' (Pitchfork)

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Condition New
Format 3LP
Color Blue