Nostalgia, Ultra

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Nostalgia, Ultra
Mixtape by Frank Ocean
Released February 16, 2011
Recorded 2010–11
Genre PBR&B[1]
Length 40:13
Label Self-released
Producer Tricky Stewart, Midi Mafia, Bei Maejor, Happy Perez, TROY NoKA, James Fauntleroy II
Frank Ocean chronology
Nostalgia, Ultra
(2011)
Channel Orange
(2012)
Singles from Nostalgia, Ultra
  1. "Novacane"
    Released: May 31, 2011
  2. "Swim Good"
    Released: October 18, 2011

Nostalgia, Ultra is the debut mixtape album by recording artist Frank Ocean. It was released in February 2011 as a free digital download on Ocean's website. It featured the successful singles "Novacane" and "Swim Good". It was supposed to be reissued as an extended play, but this was cancelled. The mixtape caught the attention of rappers Kanye West and Jay-Z, who got Ocean as a featured artist on their Watch The Throne album. The mixtape caused controversy in March 2012 because of the track "American Wedding", which is a remake of "Hotel California" by The Eagles.

Tracklisting[change | change source]

All songs written and composed by Frank Ocean. 

No. Title Length
1. "Streetfighter" (Interlude) 0:23
2. "Strawberry Swing" (Cover for the same name by Coldplay) 3:55
3. "Novacane"   5:03
4. "We All Try"   2:54
5. "Bitches Talkin (Metal Head Gear)" (Samples Radiohead) 0:22
6. "Songs 4 Women"   4:13
7. "LoveCrimes"   4:00
8. "Goldeneye" (Samples Goldeneye 007) 0:18
9. "There Will Be Tears"   3:17
10. "Swim Good"   4:17
11. "Dust"   2:34
12. "American Wedding" (Remake of Hotel California by The Eagles) 7:01
13. "Soul Calibur"   0:18
14. "Nature Feels" (Samples Electric Feels/ Undredited vocals by Brandi) 3:34
Total length:
40:13

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