Months ago | 6th September 2009 14:00
For those of you who are oblivious to what this album is supposed to be about;
Kid Cudi bases everything off his life. The Man on the Moon is who he is in his dreams. The End of Day is the beginning of night, where his dreams begin. On this particular night, he has a nightmare. Each ACT is a different phase in his nightmare.
Act 1: The End of Day - Cudi's dreams begin (notice how the first song repetitively states "Your in my dreams").
Act 2: Rise of the Night Terrors - This is the part of Cudi's dream that becomes the nightmare. You can interpret it as the darkest moments in Cudi's life.
Act 3: Taking a trip - Just like it sounds. Escapes from his own reality and horrors into a dimension we can refer to as "space" (you can decide what space is on your own).
Act 4: Stuck - Common pretty much covers this one with ease. He is unable to differ fiction from reality, just like we often do in our own dreams.
Act 5: A New Beginning - The come up of the dream, where Cudi reflects on his experiences and takes what he can, to create a new beginning for himself.
If any of you have taken shrooms/acid, this CD will blow you away. Those are literally the phases of a psyche. trip.