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Come Alive Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics, Live


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 2 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics, Live
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00002ND8Y
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,883 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
For a band that self-title themselves "the legendary Roots crew", they have quite a reputation to live up to and they totally do on this DualCd Live album.
The songs are far more dynamic than their studio counterparts and the selection is quite awesome. With guest appearances by Common, Jill Scott and more, this is a sure-bet for every music lovers, for it is not only hip hop music, but a musical revolution, "the Next Movement" as they themselves would say.
Don't miss this one !
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Format: Audio CD
Hip Hop is notorious for short shows over canned beats. The Roots have the talent and love of all music, not only Hip Hop, to sustain a live album.
A good documentation of the world's best Hip Hop band and the studio tracks on the 2nd disc are killer too.
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Ok, well, for all of you out there who have not had the opportunity to see the Roots perform live... I'm so sorry, but... There's hope. This album, a live album, is as good as live albums get. And I mean it with all certainty in the world. Normally, I wouldn't be likely to mention HIP HOP and LIVE together in a sentence that contained the words "GREAT ALBUM."
Given that factor, let me qualify: First of all, I LOVE hip hop, and I've seen some great hip hop shows. I ALSO love rock and roll and have seen some fantastic shows, but two of my favorite shows I have been to included the Roots.
Now, to the BREAD of the review. The Roots, though a hip hop group, are one of the most talented musical bands that are out there today. Every single musician in their band has amazing skill at what they do (including Black Thought, the lyricist, who is REGULARLY overlooked when it comes to great lyricists). A live Roots show is more than just a show, it's an experience. Both times I've seen the Roots live, they were "just" the opening band, and both times, they've opened and I've been privy to some jaw dropped kid looking at me and saying "wow, that was F@#king AMAZING!", soon after said Jaw-dropped kid had looked at me like I was completely crazy and in the wrong place when I went nuts at the Roots introduction to the stage.
This album, is not quite the same as a live Roots show, but, it's about as close as it gets. It's also amazingly clean in terms of production (as Roots performances are), and the setlist that is played on it is AMAZING. I only WISH I had gotten to see this setlist at the concerts I saw.
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By dnoyeB on June 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
Many of you may know, the Roots records all of its albums 'live.' They dabbled in a studio recording on one since they were not mainstream enough, and it backfired. So they went back to live recordings.
But this is not simply a conglomeration of live performances from various venues. This is a single fluid concert performance. They move in and out of the song formats like a live jazz band.
Full of energy and life. An album which is difficult to listen to in the office due to its infectuosness.
The album insert also has great commentary and discussion.
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Format: Audio CD
As soon as I heard that The Roots were dropping a live album back in '99, I ran to the store and purchased it. I had already seen them live and I knew exactly what to expect. And on this CD, they didn't let me down (which they rarely ever do). These are all songs that you've probably heard before on their studio releases. But they take these same classic joints to another level when they do them live. There are some freestyles and other things that are on this album that make them take another shape than what the studio tracks sound like. There are also two bonus studio joints on here. What You want feat. Jaguar (from the "Best Man" soundtrack) and a super tight bonus track on the end of the CD that has Malik B on it. Overall, if you haven't heard this album, or if you haven't seen them live and you're a big Roots fan, then go out and pick this one up. You'll love it.
Personal Favorites: Step Into The Realm, Proceed, Mellow My Man (My Favorite), The Notic, Love Of My Life feat. Common, The Next Movement, and The Ultimate
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Format: Audio CD
As soon as I heard that The Roots were dropping a live album back in '99, I ran to the store and purchased it. I had already seen them live and I knew exactly what to expect. And on this CD, they didn't let me down (which they rarely ever do). These are all songs that you've probably heard before on their studio releases. But they take these same classic joints to another level when they do them live. There are some freestyles and other things that are on this album that make them take another shape than what the studio tracks sound like. There are also two bonus studio joints on here. What You want feat. Jaguar (from the "Best Man" soundtrack) and a super tight bonus track on the end of the CD. Overall, if you haven't heard this album, or if you haven't seen them live and you're a big Roots fan, then go out and pick this one up. You'll love it.
Personal Favorites: Step Into The Realm, Proceed, Mellow My Man (My Favorite), The Notic, Love Of My Life feat. Common, The Next Movement, and The Ultimate
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