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12 Odd Future Songs

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12 Odd Future Songs is a compilation album by hip hop collective Odd Future; it was released exclusively through iTunes on October 3, 2011.[1] The album is made up of 10 songs previously released by members of Odd Future, and 3 new songs; The Internet's "They Say" (later featured on Purple Naked Ladies), "Forest Green" by Mike G (later featured on The OF Tape Vol. 2) and MellowHype's "67", a song exclusive to the compilation. Although it is titled 12 Odd Future Songs, there are 13 tracks on the compilation. The words on the cover say "These are random Odd Future songs that may be performed at shows for people who don't dig deeper threw[sic] the Odd Future catalogue. We know this artwork sucks."

Track listing

1."Bastard" (Tyler, the Creator)Tyler, the Creator6:09
2."67" (MellowHype)Left Brain3:38
3."Forest Green" (Mike G)Left Brain3:04
4."Welcome Home Son" (The Jet Age of Tomorrow featuring Tyler, the Creator and Casey Veggies)The Super 32:54
5."French!" (Tyler, the Creator featuring Hodgy Beats)Tyler, the Creator4:03
6."Rolling Papers" (Domo Genesis featuring Tyler, the Creator)Tyler, the Creator2:52
7."King" (Mike G)Syd tha Kyd3:06
8."BankRolls" (MellowHype)Left Brain3:50
9."But She's Not My Lover" (The Jet Age of Tomorrow)The Super 33:21
10."VCR / Wheels" (Tyler, the Creator)Tyler, the Creator3:28
11."SteamRoller" (Domo Genesis featuring Hodgy Beats and Frank Ocean)Tyler, the Creator4:42
12."rokRok" (MellowHype)Left Brain3:40
13."They Say" (The Internet featuring Tay Walker)


  1. ^ "12 Odd Future Songs". iTunes. Retrieved 16 February 2013.
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