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Dead Man Walking [Import, Best of, Explicit Lyrics]

Snoop Dogg Audio CD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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Comprised of 12 tracks pulled from the Death Row Records rubble, this is the album that Snoop Dogg doesn't want you to hear. Why? Because these songs come straight from the studio floor. Disrespectfully titled Dead Man Walking by imprisoned Death Row president Suge Knight, the album hashes together unreleased and early versions of cuts from Snoop's Doggfather and No Limit Top Dog eras. "Head Doctor" features uncredited guest vocals from Raphael Saadiq and Tha Dogg Pound make saving appearances on the keyboard- and snare-driven "Tommy Boy" and "Cee Walkin'." The slow dragging funk of "Too Black" offers a hypnotic jazz feel. But the album's best offering is "Change Gone Come," with its eerie synthesizers and rippling bass line. If you want everything Snoop this ain't bad. But for the nonfanatic, there just isn't enough cream in this crop. --Kenji Jasper

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Snoop Dogg ~ Dead Man Walkin

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WHOA! I'M SUPRISED BY HOW BAD THIS ALBUM REALLY IS! FIRST OF ALL, THIS ALBUM'S SONGS WERE NOT EVEN NEW 3 YEARS AGO! ALL THIS BASICALLY IS IS A COLLECTION OF OUTTAKES FROM SNOOP'S DEATH ROW YEARS. SONGS LIKE ''TOO BLACK'', ''C-WALKIN'', & ''COUNTY BLUES'' ARE OK, BUT THE REST OF THE ALBUM IS TOTALLY WACK. THIS IS DEFINITELY SNOOP DOGG AT HIS WORST. BUT, WE ALL KNOW WHY THIS ALBUM SEEN THE LIGHT OF DAY, JUST SO SUGE KNIGHT CAN MAKE SOME MORE MONEY OFF OF SNOOP DOGG.
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4.0 out of 5 stars talkin about the good old days April 3 2003
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in the midst of all this bling bling flossin era this cd was definately refreshing to hear. hip hop needed to hear "dead man walkin" this cd takes it back to the essence of things - im talking about the original snoop dogg - the death row snoop dogg! aka the lyrical snoop dogg. even though big simon is trying to capitalize on snoop's remaining work from death row it brings back memories of death row when they were on top of the world. standout tracks such as "gangsta walk" (gotta luv how kurupt spits it), "too black" where he sounds mad weeded out, and "my favorite color" showcase snoop at his prime (where i believe was somewhere in between 93 and 96). in "my favorite color" he flows ferociously like he was doin back on "doggystyle" don't know why they threw on the "me and my doggs" track (which appears on "doggfather") but the skit is funny. heck most of the skits are funny. for people like me still feelin the mid 90's west coast stuff, buy this album you will be snoopified
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1.0 out of 5 stars Truth Dec 20 2001
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If You Are A Wise Person Heed This Warning! Don't Waste Your Money On This! This Album Is Not Presentable And Is Not Suitable
For Buying! This Album Is An Abomination To And Great Artist! Forget This Album Was Made! Old Outdated Forget It! Doesn't Sound Right! Be Smart And Take My Word On It. Deserves No Stars!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad Dec 10 2001
Format:Audio CD
The content of this album is probably on a par with 'Tha Doggfather' and the style is very similar. Track 12 is on 'Tha Doggfather', so I don't know what it's doing here. I don't think there was ever any intention to make this a classic album, but it would have made more impact had it been released four or five years ago, when it was recorded. There are some unreleased Snoop tracks on his Death Row greatest hits album which, had they been put on this album instead, would have made it a bit stronger. Neverless, if you enjoyed 'Tha Doggfather', and want more of the same, consider this album. If you only have a few Snoop albums already, don't bother with this, unless you really prefer his earlier style.
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Snoop Said So Dis Last Meal Album don't buy any of his cds on death row because suge knight will make money and he said he put this album together in 8 hours he had to make it due to leagle reason bad album - (BUT DON'T SLEEP ON SNOOP_
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2.0 out of 5 stars should have left this buried in the back yard Sept. 11 2001
Format:Audio CD
anyone caught with this cd should be locked up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Snoop Still Bangin And C-Walkin Sept. 9 2001
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This is his best album yet dog but there aint to many songs but the songs thats on there is crunk as can be playa
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5.0 out of 5 stars The return of The G July 10 2001
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I guess you could call me a hardcore Snoop fan. I have all his albums and singles and most of his collaborations( not all of em though as there are too many). But i must admit I thought he had totally fallen off after Da Game is To be Sold Not Told. I was like it cant be. The same man who brought us Nothin but A G Thang, and Doggystyle? Disappearing. But then luckily Snoop reemerged from being knocked out,and fought back. Releasin Top Dogg which got mixed feelings. I thought could it be the return of the g? obviously yes as he commenced to appear on Chronic 2001 and dropping Tha Eastsidaz joint in 99/2000. then the Up in Smoke Tour and The Last Meal was released and I relaxed a littled. I was like Whoa Snoop is almost there in his return. then this dropped... Why some of these songs werent released on Doggfather, his 96 lp, is beyond me. If they were that album wouldve been much better. But it is definitely a return to his old self. Songs like May I and Head Doctor sound like they would be in place on doggystyle. Other noteworthy songs include Hit Rocks, Tommy boy, Change Gone Come., Gangsta Walk. Too Black is one of his best slow flow songs. County blues sports an old Western type of beat from the movies and hits really well. I will Survive could have the best beat on the album by Soopafly. The only lackluster song is My favorite color which is just total wackness. Me and My doggs ends the album perfectly. All in all this is some of Snoops best work. His flow is there, the beats bangin, the lyrics are on point. So by all means pick this up It will not be a waste of money.
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