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|1. Wake Up Mr. West|
|2. Heard 'Em Say featuring Adam Levine of Maroon 5|
|3. Touch The Sky featuring Lupe Fiasco|
|4. Gold Digger featuring Jamie Foxx|
|5. Skit #1|
|6. Drive Slow featuring Paul Wall & GLC|
|7. My Way Home featuring Common|
|8. Crack Music featuring Game|
|10. Bring Me Down featuring Brandy|
|12. Skit #2|
|13. Diamonds From Sierra Leone (Remix) featuring Jay-Z|
|14. We Major featuring Nas & Really Doe|
|15. Skit #3|
|16. Hey Mama|
|18. Skit #4|
|19. Gone featuring Consequence & Cam'Ron|
|20. Diamonds From Sierra Leone (BONUS TRACK)|
See all 21 tracks on this disc
Late Registration is the follow up to Kanye's smash debut The College Dropout. The first single 'Diamonds From Sierra Leone' samples vocals of the legendary Shirley Bassey. Highlights include 'Gold Digger' featuring Jaime Foxx and 'Hear Em Say' featuring Adam Levine of Maroon 5. John Mayer also makes a guest appearance on what is sure to the album of the year. Def Jam. 2005.
For haters eager to see Kanye hit a sophomore slump--no such luck. Late Registration can't replicate the novelty of last year's College Dropout, but otherwise, this is an impressively more mature and labored-over album. Lyrically, Kanye's only improved a notch but musically, the album sounds incredible, especially with co-producer Jon Brion helping polish the songs to perfection. Tracks like "Heard 'Em Say" (featuring Maroon 5's Adam Levine) and "Hey Mama," are richly textured in their soulfulness while the flint-edge of "Crack Music" and "Gone" (feat. Cam'ron) will appeal to the street-oriented. There's a few duds on here--the sickly-sweet, syrupy "Bring Me Down" (feat. Brandy) being one of the worst offenders--but when the album's good, it's very, very good. In short, Kanye's detractors may not be swayed in their resistance to his charms but not only will his past supporters be rewarded but Late Registration has enough appeal to earn new crowds of fans. --Oliver Wang
Great album in terms of Kanye West and the music on here, but the vinyl pressing quality is simply abysmal. It cannot be listened to and enjoyed. Read morePublished 7 months ago by brayden duff
This is one of Kanye West's best albums, and truly is amazing on vinyl. You get that feeling of a classic album, and the sound of the vinyl is just amazing!!Published 23 months ago by isaaaaaac
Kanye does it again, as if anyone expected different. Fantastic CD and everything looks and works great. A must havePublished on June 20 2013 by Scott
This album is ALMOST a classic. It's more polished than College Dropout and less poppy than Graduation. Read morePublished on June 28 2011 by Jimbo Jones
Powerful, funny, spiritual, and makes you want to dance.
That's pretty much all any CD needs to do for me.
(no wonder Eminem "retired")
That Waltz guy has a point. It gets tiring when people use race as an excuse. However, racism still exists, which is stupid.
Favourite songs: addiction, heard em say
Yo, right here is the REALEST HIP HOP OUT THERE. You people that go out and buy 50 Cent DON'T EVEN KNOW REAL HIP HOP. Read morePublished on Oct. 3 2005 by prodigy
Whoever wrote that remark about Kanye is an ignorant person...
That peson must be talking about himself. Read more
To the guy earlier who said Kayne is horrible...i think you got about 3 million people who disagree with you.Kayne is what the new hip-hop is all about. Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2005 by Hip-Hop Head