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Back to the Future: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to the film of the same name. It was released on July 8, 1985 by MCA Records. The album included two tracks culled from Alan Silvestri's compositions for the film, two tracks from Huey Lewis and the News, two songs played by the fictional band Marvin Berry and The Starlighters, one played by Marty McFly and The Starlighters, and two pop songs that are only very briefly heard in the background of the film.
Odd Future Records was an American record label founded by rapper and producer Tyler, the Creator of Odd Future in 2011. It operated as a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Odd Future Records was founded by Tyler, the Creator in April 2011 as a means to release material from the Odd Future collective. Despite this, members Earl Sweatshirt and Frank Ocean did not sign. Hardcore punk band Trash Talk signed in 2012.
Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. Live from the Future Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music.
Future Beats: The Album. ThirtyOne Recordings. Cat: 31 RSFB 001 Released: 15 December, 2014 Genre: Drum And Bass. Get new release alerts. played by. Mauoq, Dexta, Soula, Nymfo, Alert, Basic Forces, Artificial Intelligence. DJ-friendly full length tracks.
FUTURE is meant as a Future exhibition, a portrayal of his many sides-superstar, romantic, heartbreaker, hedonist-which have previously only been showcased in flashes. But it doesn’t do anything past Future projects haven’t done already, and ironically it doesn't tell us anything new about Future. Even under these circumstances, FUTURE is true to form for Future in both content (the first lines rapped are Got the money coming in, it ain’t no issues/I just a fucked a rapper bitch, I should diss you ), and the sounds he chooses to channel. In bringing all these previous personas together, he creates an album that’s mostly retreads. And there are a few moments that completely lack Future’s patented dynamism and evocation, particularly Good Dope and Scrape.