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Murder Was the Case [Import]

Dr. Dre , Snoop Dogg Audio CD
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1. Murder Was The Case (Remix) - Snoop Doggy Dogg
2. Natural Born Killaz - Dr. Dre/Ice Cube
3. What Would U Do? - Tha Dogg Pound
4. 21 Jumpstreet - Snoop Doggy Dogg/Tray Deee'
5. One More Day - Nate Dogg
6. Harvest For The World - Jewell
7. Who Got Some Gangsta Shit? - Snoop Doggy Dogg
8. Come When I Call - Danny Boy
9. U Better Recognize - Sam Sneed
10. Come Up To My Room - Jodeci
11. Woman To Woman - Jewell
12. Dollars & Sense - D.J. Quik
13. The Eulogy - Slip Capone/CPO
14. Horny - B-Rezell
15. Eastside-Westside - Young Soldierz

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5.0 out of 5 stars "Murder Was The Case" Review April 25 2004
Format:Audio CD
Few will deny that Death Row knows how to milk bad publicity for all its worth. In 1994, on the heals of a major murder trial involving their hottest-selling rapper at the time, Snoop Doggy Dogg, they chose to release a short movie based on his hit single, "Murder Was The Case". Snoop not only starred in the film but was a major part of its multi-platinum soundtrack which featured a photo of him on the cover with his government name, "Calvin Broadus".
One might question how wise it is to exploit a rapper's gangsta image when he is about to go on trial for a gun-related homicide but few will deny that "Murder Was The Case" is and was one of the hottest soundtrack compilations ever conceived. The album opens with a new remix of the title track. The words are all the same but Dre has switched up a number of things on the production tip to give it an even creepier and eerier feeling. Next up, Dr. Dre reunites with his old N.W.A. ally, Ice Cube for the first time since their falling out at Ruthless on "Natural Born Killaz". Their animosity seems all but forgotten as the two go back and forth over a classic Dre beat. Hearing this song makes wish they had gotten a chance to make the once-planned "Helter Skelter" album. Things don't stop there as Daz and Kurupt drop their first single under "Tha Dogg Pound" moniker with "What Would You Do?". With Snoop providing the hook, Kurupt tears up microphones while Daz sparks up the rivalry with Ruthless Records by declaring "F--k B.G. Knocc-Out and every nigga down with him". With a chemistry that could rival that of the one between Snoop and Dre, Kurupt & Daz come correct with their first big hit record as a duo.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is worth your "Dollars & Sense" April 1 2003
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Yet another solid Death Row album. This CD is really good, that has some classic songs on it. The title track is a remix of "Murder Was The Case" that was on Snoop's "Doggystyle" album, it's a good song, but I like the original better. "Natural Born Killaz" is a very dark song by Dr. Dre & Ice Cube with an insane beat courtesy of The Good Doctor. "What Would You Do?" by Tha Dogg Pound is another good song much like the songs on their "Dogg Food" album. "21 Jumpstreet" is a nice laid back song by Snoop and Tray Dee about the LBC. "Who Got Some Gangsta S...?" is one of the best songs on the album by Snoop & Tha Dogg Pound it has a nice G-Funk beat that goes perfect with their flows. "U Better Recognize" is another one of the best songs here performed by Sam Sneed & Dr. Dre with an ill beat produced by Sam himself. "Come Up To My Room" is the best R&B song on this album performed by Jodeci featuring Tha Dogg Pound. And perhaps the best song on the album is "Dollars & Sense" the classic MC Eiht diss by D.J. Quick. So, those are the best songs here, oh yeah "One More Day" by Nate Dogg is O.K., bottom line if you like Death Row stuff you'll be satisfied if you cop this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A classic enhanced with this great remastering. Oct. 2 2002
Format:Audio CD
Murder Was The Case was a movie starring Snoop Doggy Dogg, named after one of his most massive hits. Dr. Dre, the producer of the song, directed the movie. I am not usually into soundtracks, but this album is on Death Row, so it's got to be good. The musicians featured on this turn in excellent performances, and thankfully, there is very little R&B music. Such great guests as Snoop Doggy Dogg, Dr. Dre, Kurupt, Daz Dillinger, Ice Cube, Tray D, Nate Dogg, Lil' C-Style, Swoop G, Jodeci, DJ Quik, CP0, Slip Capone, and many more. The production is beautiful and owed largely to Daz Dillinger, who really puts in great work, instead of Dr. Dre, who seemed to get all the credit. DJ Quik also puts in some excellent tracks, as well as some lesser known producers, but not too many. The beats sound more refined than those on The Chronic, they are smoother and more keyboard-oriented. The beats on this album are very similiar to those on Doggystyle, which proves that Daz and Warren G did do a lot of that production, instead of Dr. Dre, who got all the credit. All of the tracks are laced with those keyboards, and excellent bass.
The highlights on this album include "Murder Was The Case (Remix)", performed by Snoop Doggy Dogg. Unlike the original, this one is less dense and a little more bouncy. Dre did do the remix, and the high-pitched keyboard sounds he made famous are certainly there. "Natural Born Killers", performed by Dr. Dre and Ice Cube is one of the hardest tracks ever, with hardcore lyrics and a rock-like beat that pumps through the veins. The best track is easily the memorable "What Would You Do", performed by Kurupt and Daz Dillinger. Here they famously diss Eazy-E and B.G.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Don't have it all Oct. 31 2001
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Format:Audio CD
This CD has some excellent tracks on it but it's missing one. On the tape version of this album there is a song on the last track that they left off the CD for some reason. I don't know the name of the song or the group who did it but it's by far the tightest song on the soundtrack.
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