Kendrick Lamar ‎– To Pimp A Butterfly

Not On Label (Kendrick Lamar) ‎– AFTMB002295802LP
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, Clear

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A1 Wesley's Theory
Featuring – George Clinton, Thundercat
A2 For Free? (Interlude) 2:10
A3 King Kunta 3:54
A4 Institutionalized
Featuring – Anna Wise, Bilal, Snoop Dogg
A5 These Walls
Featuring – Anna Wise, Bilal, Thundercat
B1 U 4:28
B2 For Sale? (Interlude) 4:51
B3 Momma 4:43
B4 Hood Politics 4:52
C1 How Much A Dollar Cost
Featuring – James Fauntleroy*, Ronald Isley
C2 Complexion (A Zulu Love)
Featuring – Rapsody (2)
C3 The Blacker The Berry
Vocals – Assassin
C4 I 5:36
D1 Alright 3:39
D2 You Ain't Gotta Lie (Momma Said) 4:01
D3 Mortal Man 12:07


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May 2, 2017

Sound is OK. Tracklist is different than official release. Sleeve quality is average. Would prefer the official release.


June 5, 2016
Obviously I got a mixed version. Sides A/B are on clear vinyl. Sides C/D on pink.
Is that a mistake? I also have got the official release on black vinyl. Sound quality is much better than the bootleg version imho.


September 20, 2015
Very poor quality bootleg, not mint condition as advertised. Entire first side pops and skips, I have not even bothered listening to the rest. Waste of money, DO NOT BUY.


September 4, 2015
I am very disappointed by this boitleg. Everything about it is cheap, but somwhow it was super expensive.

The lo-res cover is awful. The comic-sans type on the back is even worse.

I want to return this and get my money back.


June 29, 2015

Sleeve is cheap but the sound quality is very nice for a bootleg! I truly recommend this release until an official release...


June 20, 2015
My copy is of very good quality, I would highly recommend this seller


May 17, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
Is this worth buying considering the ruined tracklist and (apparently) cut off skits, not to mention pretty cheap packaging? $26 seems like a lot for something that's put together so amateurishly outside of the cool vinyl color. Like, if the audio quality is fantastic I could see getting it but I have reservations based on the horribleness of the Section.80 clear bootleg distributed by vinyl-digital.


April 19, 2015

For a bootleg, this release is very surprising, at least in a few ways. First, we'll get the obvious fact out of the way that the sleeve is very, very cheap, and feels like you would expect a bootleg to feel. As for the vinyl itself, the clear(ish) tint of the discs looks nice, and actually really fits the style of the album. The labels were also a pleasant surprise, and look very nice.

The sound quality is above average, but definitely doesn't sound as full, or rich, as a professional pressing would sound. It's a little quieter, and lacks the "size" of the original tracks. The bass isn't as deep or round, the sounds don't linger as long, etc. It definitely doesn't sound BAD, but it's definitely sourced secondhand, nowhere near a master.

And, as previously said, the tracklist has been altered, and there's no real excuse for this, as far as I can tell. They loaded down each side of each disc, and couldn't say that they couldn't have found space. It was a very off choice.

Though, with all of this said, I don't regret the purchase. It sounds good, it looks good, and it will more than hold me over until an official release. If you come across one, it's definitely a sweet little press, and a nice novelty/rarity to have for fans while we wait for an official press. If you're not willing to sacrifice some quality, and want to put your money toward a higher quality package, press, etc. then there's nothing wrong with that, either. 7.5/10 Above average bootleg, but it's still a bootleg. Could even push for an 8/10 just for how cool it is, personally.