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Bad Boys II [Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack]

Trevor Rabin Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
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1. Intro - Bad Boys II: The Soundtrack
2. Show Me Your Soul - Lenny Kravitz
3. La-La-La - Jay-Z
4. Shake Ya Tailfeather - Nelly
5. Girl I'm A Bad Boy - Fat Joe
6. Keep Giving Your Love To Me - Beyonce
7. Realest N*ggas - Notorious B.I.G.
8. Flipside - Freeway
9. Gangsta Sh*t - Snoop Dogg
10. Pretty Girl Bullsh*t - Mario Winans
11. Love Don't Love Me - Justin Timberlake
12. Love Don't Love Me - Justin Timberlake
13. Relax Your Mind - Loon
14. Didn't Mean - Mary J. Blige
15. God Sent You (Interlude) - Bad Boys II: The Soundtrack
16. Why - Da Band
17. Shot You (Interlude) - Bad Boys II: The Soundtrack

Product Description

Product Description

International Version of the Bbii Soundtrack Includes a Remix of "Shake Ya Tailfeather" as Well as the Enhanced Video of the Track.

Product Description

Bad Boys Ii ~ Soundtrack

Customer Reviews

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5.0 out of 5 stars Best soundtrack of the year! June 26 2004
By Joe
Format:Audio CD
I don't usually buy soundtracks, but I happened to give this a try after watching the movie, and it is absolutely awesome! Bad Boy Records has not released an album as tight as this since the Biggie "Life After Death" and Puff Daddy and the Family "No Way Out" era. The songs on here capture perfectly the hot Miami South Beach vibe of the movie. From my experience, soundtracks are usually a way for artists to drop their throwaway non-album tracks to make extra money for the label, but "Bad Boys II" is different, because most of the songs are strictly A-list. "Show Me Your Soul", featuring Lenny Kravitz and Pharrell Williams, is my favorite hip hop track of the year. "Shake Your Tailfeather" is, of course, a club anthem, and it continues to make me dance along everytime I hear it. Other standout tracks include "La La La" by Jay-Z, "Girl I'm a bad boy" by Fat Joe & Diddy, and "Relax your mind" by Loon. The 2nd part of the album slows down considerably for some sexy R&B, with Beyonce's "Keep giving your love to me", Mary J Blige's "Didn't mean" and "Love don't love me" by Justin Timberlake keeping the jams rolling. Overall, this is a great album you can listen to long after the movie ends. Probably the best soundtrack of the year. P. Diddy sure has scored another winner!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very consistent party album! May 24 2004
Format:Audio CD
This is a very good party album! Loads of funky songs with P Diddy, his Bad Boy artists, and other surprises. Diddy was right last summer when he promoted the soundtrack--this album is HOT! It's very consistent with the street themes on here. Not a lot of ballads on here, but the few that are on here are that good. The Justin Timberlake song is cool, the Mary J. Blige song is funky, the Nelly/P Diddy/Murphy Lee song is just as funky too. And the opening track with Diddy, Lenny Kravitz and Pharrell of the Neptunes is superb--how many other soundtracks out there can bring those artists together in one song? I still want to play that soundtrack again, because it keeps your attention all throughout!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bad Azz track March 7 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I liked the movie so much I bought the CD and was not disappointed. I still am looking for a song I've heard in several movies but can't find it in any soundtrack. It's in this movie - it's a latin beat, and it comes out when they do a fly over of Tapia's house in Cuba?
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5.0 out of 5 stars big names, big lable, its just big. March 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
this is the soundtrack of one of the best movies ever!!! it has snoop dogg, beyonce, da band, b.i.g and 50 cent, even diddy himself. like most of the other albums i revewed its hot!! so my advice to you is to buy it and if you don't like it. sucks for you for wasting money. but you wont wait you money on this. trust me.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Jus like the movie... March 4 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
1. Intro
--a intro>> no rating
2. Show Me Your Soul - P. Diddy, Lenny Kravitz, Pharrell
Williams, Loon
tight track with a great beat but diddy sucks>> 4 stars
3. La, La, La - Jay-Z
Neptunes produced track features Jay-Z, not as good as Excuse Me Miss but also tight>> 3,5 stars
4. Shake Your Tailfeather - Nelly, P. Diddy, Murphy Lee
Diddy again, his rap style is really bad but nelly & murphy make the song worth>> 4 stars
5. Girl, I'm A Bad Boy - Fat Joe & P. Diddy featuring Dre
propably the best song on the album>> 5 stars
6. Keep Giving Your Love To Me - Beyonce
this track sucks, beyonce can do better>> 2 stars
7. Realest N*ggas - Notorious B.I.G. & 50 Cent
50 cent thinks he's the best, but he ain't>> 3 stars

8. Flipside - Freeway
good track>> 3,5 stars
9. Pretty Girl Bullsh*t - Mario Winans featuring Foxy Brown
mario winans sounds good on this one, foxy not>> 3,5 stars
10. Model - (Interlude)
no rating
11. I Love You - Justin Timberlake
it's not "I'm lovin' it"!; don't like this one>> 2 stars
12. Relax Your Mind - Loon
loon is propably the smoothest rapper>> 3,5 stars
13. Didn't Mean - Mary J. Blige
i hope she didn't mean to take this one serious>> 2 stars
14. God Sent You - (Interlude)
no rating
15. Why - Da Band
da band sucks, they can't rap/sing>> 1,5 star
16. Shot You - (Interlude)
no rating
17. Gangsta Sh*t - Snoop Dogg w/Loon
one of the best>> 4,5 stars
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2.0 out of 5 stars ...what is it Jan. 24 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This cd was terrible. With rappers who are in it for the money that no true rap respecting fan would dream of appreciating include pdiddy...sweet name....nelly, and loon are at their worst. all 3 of these rappers have no talent. I can't believe someone callisifies the tracks on this cd as rap or even hip hop
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1.0 out of 5 stars Marketing Ploy Jan. 14 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This soundtrack is all hype and big names and what is sad is that this is the type of crap other youth are listening to thinking this is what music is all about. There is nothing wrong with hip-hop, but this is a clear sign the whole genre has lost any and all substance. My last fresh hope is Talib Kwali.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I hope the movie was good Dec 14 2003
Format:Audio CD
You know how people say that a good movie has a bad soundtrack, or vice versa? Well, I don't know anyone that saw this movie, but I just hope this rule applies to it, because this soundtrack stinks.
First of all, the soundtrack was mostly produced by P. Diddy, so do you know what that means? Yep, he announces the title and "Bad Boy" at the end of every track. But even more annoying than that is how bad the majority of this album is. There are a lot of wack songs on here - Fat Joe and Diddy's "Girl I'm A Bad Boy" and Diddy, Pharrell and Lenny Kravitz's "Show Me Your Soul" come readily to mind. By the way, Loon is also featured on the latter song, and he also appears on two more tracks with mediocre results, but I never expected anything from him anyway.
Another mistake is Mario Winans and Foxy Brown's "Pretty Girl B.S.", which has Foxy saying "I roll with Shawn Carter" in the first verse. When's the last time she rolled with Shawn Carter (Jay-Z)? Justin Timberlake's "Love Don't Love Me" starts off okay but then falls at the end when he says to the girl that rejected him, "You know what? Screw you." And "Gangsta Ish" (with Snoop Dogg and Loon) is about as interesting as Puff's song of the same name.
The rest of the songs sound like they were left off artists' albums, like Mary J. Blige's "Didn't Mean" and Beyoncé's "Keep Giving Your Love To Me". And despite Biggie having a decent (vaulted) rhyme on "Realest N's", you just can't ignore the erratic supposed-to-be-funny-but-isn't talking before (and during) the first verse. The chorus is pretty dry too (sorry, 50).
The only songs really worth listening to on here are Freeway's "Flipside" and the guilty pleasure "Shake Ya Tailfeather". Although this soundtrack is only an hour long, it seems like it lasts forever. I don't think I'll be playing it again.
Anthony Rupert
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