|1. The Funeral|
|2. The Wrong Nigga To Fuck Wit|
|3. My Summer Vacation|
|4. Steady Mobbin'|
|5. Robin Lench|
|6. Givin' Up The Nappy Dug Out|
|7. Look Who's Burnin'|
|8. A Bird In The Hand|
|9. Man's Best Friend|
|10. Alive On Arrival|
|12. The Birth|
|13. I Wanna Kill Sam|
|14. Horny Lil' Devil|
|15. Black Korea|
|16. True To The Game|
|17. Color Blind|
|18. Doing Dumb Shit|
|20. No Vaseline|
See all 21 tracks on this disc
This album has so many good tracks on it I probably could list them all -- some are: "Wrong N**** to F*** Wit", My Summer Vacation", "Steady Mobbin'", "Man's Best Friend" (one of the 1st tracks to sample George Clinton's "Atomic Dog"), and "Bird in the Hand".
Also, this album has the greatest diss-track ever -- "No Vaseline" which is about Dr. Dre, Eazy-E, and the rest of NWA
This album has great funk-induced beats (that was popular in 1990's rap), and Ice Cube covers several issues of that time in the album.
It is an essential album, but the material may seem dated for the youngin's.
Musically, the record is on point, with great beats and samples. I thought this CD showcased a little more funk in the music than AmeriKKKa's, which was a nice touch. The addition of How to Surive in South Central makes this album essential for 90s hip hop fans.
Album Highlights: The ENTIRE album, even the skits are worth listening to.
Production: Thumbs up.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs up, he came politically correct on this one.
Originality: Thumbs up.
The Last Word: Ice Cube had the West Coast ON LOCK with this album in 1991, even more so than N.W.A. at the time with the release of their lackluster album NIGGAZ4LIFE (by the way, check out the BRUTAL dis of N.W.A. on this album entitled "No Vaseline"). Overall, another STRONG RECOMMENDATION on this album, one of the greatest sequels EVER in hip hop. You won't be disappointed if you purchase this.