Yung Lean ‎– Unknown Memory

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Sky Team ‎– SBE2014
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A1 Blommor (Intro)
Producer – Yung Gud
1:33
A2 Blinded
Producer – Yung Gud
4:14
A3 Sunrise Angel
Producer – White Armor
3:00
A4 Yoshi City
Producer – Yung Gud
3:45
A5 Ice Cold Smoke
Producer – Yung Gud
1:41
A6 Dog Walk (Intermission)
Producer – Yung Gud
1:07
A7 Don't Go
Producer – Yung Sherman
3:56
B1 Ghosttown
Featuring – Travis Scott (2)Producer – Yung Gud
5:10
B2 Monster
Producer – Yung Sherman
4:15
B3 Volt
Producer – White Armor, Yung Gud
3:13
B4 Leanworld
Producer – White Armor
3:59
B5 Sandman
Producer – Yung Sherman
2:59
B6 Helt Ensam (Outro)
Producer – Yung Gud
3:06

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 634457668515
  • Matrix / Runout: LP-ST-001
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): 124229E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): 124229E1/B

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SBE002 Yung Lean Unknown Memory(File, AAC, Album) Sky Team SBE002 Sweden 2014
SBE2014 Yung Lean Unknown Memory(CD, Album) Sky Team SBE2014 Sweden 2014 Sell This Version
634457 440012 Yung Lean Unknown Memory(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Sky Team 634457 440012 Sweden 2014

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vagabond21

vagabond21

August 5, 2018
Lots of pop and crackles on Side A that ruins the shimmering, ethereal transitions between songs. Once the bass comes in it can be ignored but still affects the overall smooth sound of the album.

Nevertheless this is a very fun debut LP from Lean with gorgeous, hazy production that improves upon the sound he blew up with on his previous mixtape Unknown Death 2002.

Now all we need is Warlord on vinyl!!
Muska314

Muska314

February 11, 2017
Guys, you can buy a repress of this in the Yung Lean website by going into Warlord and then into shop. For 20 dollars, shippment not inculded in the price, you can have one. I write this after I have my copy of this cause I didn't wanna lose mine hehehe.
Hobb

Hobb

March 29, 2015

Great, high quality pressing. Lean's first official album and it shows he put a lot of work in it. A great transition from his (now even bootlegged on vinyl) mixtapes to a full studio album, this shows a lot in his music videos as well.

Been listening to it on and off for a while now and side A simply sounds amazing with the way these tracks blend together.

The rest of the album is kind of like a very nice outro but the height of the album for me was definitely "Sunrise Angel" and "Yoshi City". Lean sort of went with a new direction while still keeping the old sound that got him where he is now. It really shows that Lean is working with some of the best producers in the genre right now.

One of my favorite albums of 2014, but that might be biased because I'm a huge follower of this "genre" since it started.