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N**** Please [Explicit Lyrics]

Ol' Dirty Bastard Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
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1. Recognize
2. I Can't Wait
3. Cold Blooded
4. Got Your Money
5. Rollin' Wit You
6. Gettin' High
7. You Don't Want To F**k With Me
8. N***a Please
9. Dirt Dog
10. I Want P***y
11. Good Morning Heartache
12. All In Together Now
13. Bonus Track 1

Product Description

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He's Dirty and he's back. After a platinum solo debut and some well-publicized extracurricular activities, Ol' Dirty Bastard makes his second entrance as a firece solo rapper - and it's one of the most anticipated releases of the year.


Little things like mental illness, drug addiction, or criminal behaviour are hardly deterrents if you wanna be a star. In fact, if utilized properly, such defects can become major career boosters. Take Ol' Dirty Bastard. No stranger to the halls of justice, ODB hasn't let minor scuffles with the boys in blue impede his crossover dreams. No, our man Bastard knows that everyone loves to watch a train wreck, and a train wreck is what he will give the fans. Luckily for all concerned, ODB's sophomore solo CD is more than just an exercise in poor mental health and bad chemical combos: it's funny as all get out and one of the most outrageous rap records... ever. Sure, ODB's drugged-out, insane-in-the-membrane rantings and delusional ravings can wear a bit thin, but not before tracks like the string laden "I Can't Wait"--in which Dirty offers shout outs to the Eskimos, the Marines, and himself--and a careening cover of Rick James's "Cold Blooded" have you holding your sides. Titles like "I Want P***y" and "You Don't Wanna F**k With Me" pretty much sum up the vibe. But if you check your PC concerns at the door (Dirty insults and offends everyone with equal precision) and allow the beats of such masters as the Neptunes (who also handled the boards for Kelis), Irv Gotti, and Wu-mate RZA waft over you, you will find yourself loving Nigga Please. In an age of cleaned-up thugs and radio-ready party anthems, ODB has made a record that should give parents nightmares and hip-hop fans sweet dreams. --Amy Linden

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Format:Audio CD
Ol' Dirty Bastard's sophomore effort is the natural progression from his formulaic debut. While most of "Enter the 36 Chambers Dirty Version" stuck to the eery Wu piano loop and dabbled in their vast Chinese influenced street mythology, "Nigga Please" is completely separated stylistically and lyrically from the shaolin crew's other work. Instead of solely employing the Wu in-house-producer RZA for the beats, ODB branches out, most noticeably on the Neptunes track "Recognize." Any rapper who features Chris Rock on their album has a lot of balls, and that describes ODB pretty well. The album has no allegiances, just Dirty spitting about his love of sex, substance abuse, and paranoid musings. The man isn't embarassed to bear his twisted soul. On "Dirt Dog," Bastard admits, "I live in my momma's house!" He doesn't just admit, he brags about it. ODB is fiercely independent, and like Method Man said on "Enter the 36 Chambers," "There is no father to his style." The man covers Rick James on "Cold Blooded" to an incredibly comic effect, and sounds like a doped up Barry White on "Good Morning Heartache." Rather than fold to the genre-typical light-hearted party track, the album's club banger "Got Your Money" finds a hysterically insane pimped out ODB yelling at Kelis for some of that hoein' cash. Although this is the funniest, and one of the most creative hip-hop albums of recent years, it's hard to give this 5 stars, because a classic, in my opinion, is an album that contains tracks for the wide spectrum of hip-hop audiences from the heads to the shorties to the O.G.'s to the ladies. For many this album will simply be too much to stomach. If you appreciate originality in music and humor too, this is the album for you. The Wu Tang Clan really does have an amazing sense of humor in the form of this ghetto comedian. Makes an excellent addition to your collection, pick it up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Q: How much does Dirty love his fans? Oct. 13 2002
Format:Audio CD
A: He was finally apprehended, after having escaped his mandatory L.A. in-patient rehab & gotten to the NYC to play with his boys the Wu, at a McDonald's as he patiently, pleasantly signed autographs...
But there's more. Four years after dropping his uneven "Return to the 36 Chambers" (alternate title: "Why We Needed Nine Men to Back Dirty; Or, He Can't Carry a Record by His Lonesome"), & after what would have sent many a rapper straight to popcore land shortly thereafter (think: Dirty's duet with Mariah), the Dog came back as foul-mouthed, politically-aware, & dangerous as ever. To wit: He cherrypicked producers for the 13 tracks so each could have the beats of best fit, depending on what science he would lay down lyrically... & what did we get? An album that in any other hands would be a scattershot, 75%+ miss effort. But with Dirty helming the mic, we have artful megalomania that is his trademark ("Recognize", with an assist from Chris Rock, to repay Dirty for his Words of Wisdom on Bring the Pain); love for his community, which is not just the "expected" hip-hop audience of black people but the entire world (shouts-out to Snoop, Outkast, U.S. Military, Inuit, even Suge Knight... About which: Dirty is not so stupid as we think & so he knows, if Suge doesn't get Suge's perceived due, Suge could have him killed... Which is also funny: 'cause Dirty knows Suge can't touch, as later Dirty claims he will never die, that no[-one], he means also that nobody, white, black, or purple, will usurp Dirty's own place on the throne)); libidinism ("I Want Pussy"); & unity of purpose (behind the Dirt Dog's claim to leadership) on "In Together Now". Among others.
Plus, this was also the 'Tunes break out work. So, there is a direct line from Nigga Please to In Search of...
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3.0 out of 5 stars I don't know.... Dec 10 2001
Format:Audio CD
When I bought this cd I actually never heard a ol'dirty bastard cd before in my entire life... But I already owned "Enter the 36 chambers" by the Wu Tang Clan and I liked ODB's style a lot so I decided to go to the store and I picked up this cd. In the store I was doubting between this one and his earlier cd...But after a while I decided to buy this one. Well, I got to admit that it was a huge failure to go for "Nigga please", I can recommend you the other ODB cd more, really! This cd starts of with 3 songs with a pretty decent beat and good rapping by ODB, those tracks are "I can't wait", "Cold blooded" and "Get your money" but the rest of the cd is wack as hell! Maybe the lyrics are pretty funny but the beats [are bad] big time and he doesn't sound as great as he does on the "enter the 36 chamber" album... I don't know, I think he's getting old I guess... To give you an example of a REALLY bad song is "Good morning heartache", I don't know what ODB was thinking when he made that song but when I listen to it I get all depressive just 'cause then I realize how bad music can be... So if you want to buy an ODB album I can't recommend this album 'cause it's really not good....
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1.0 out of 5 stars i just didn't like it Jan. 19 2001
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Format:Audio CD
i have listened to odb for years and it seems that for all these years he is better at being a mascot for the wutang clan more than one of the 9 mc's. i love odb to death man but...dangit...why won't he take his raps seriously. he gets on songs and screams and hollars, spits absolute jibberish and endless sexual inuendos virtually everytime he touches the mic. i can only remember sometimes when he rhymed seriously and he sounded excellent; examples :Diesel, Brooklyn zoo, to name some. enough about him lets talk about his album. why in all of hell are these Neptunes making beats on this cd and that other guy irv gotti. wutang with its far more talented producers don't need no help from outside producers. the title track on this cd is anotha wu banga along with getting high and the bonus track all in togther now. don't F#@$ for free, and dirt dog are also some pretty good songs too. i am not going to compare this CD to his first cd which was much better, i will just say that this one sucks because he didn't put forth any effort to show people that he is not just good at being an ol' dirty B@#@*rd, he is actually good at being an MC. if you like odb's style or you just want to hear someone scream and hollar and talk sex then this bud's for you.
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Most recent customer reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Nigga Please
Nigga please is one of the worst WU-affiliated releases ever,it sounds as weak as any other formulaic popchart hiphop release. Read more
Published on July 10 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars amazing
this is ridiculously good. it shows ODB on his own and proves just how insane his music can be. it's mad funny but even beyond that it's DOPE
Published on May 14 2004
ODB has crafted the finest rap album ever committed to any audio format. [one of the songs] features ODB at his best: angry, loud, explicit, and hilarious. Read more
Published on May 5 2004 by Terry Silver
3.0 out of 5 stars old and dirty
i don't mean to crack on my man o.d.b., but this album was flat out stale. i loved o.d.b. from the moment i heard him on wu's "protect ya neck. Read more
Published on Jan. 16 2004 by deus ex mecca
5.0 out of 5 stars Captain Beefheart lives in hiphop
Really this record reminded me of some of Beefhearts more brilliant efforts. It is brilliant, bizarre and always original. Read more
Published on Dec 12 2003 by minkyboodle
One of the most funniest, nihilistic, and raw albums ever recorded. Why can't this man get some Grammys?
Published on Dec 11 2003 by Amazon Customer
This album is the s***, everyone who whined about how disappointing it is (or, even worse, about how disappointing the masterpiece "Return to the 36 Chambers" was) are... Read more
Published on Nov. 30 2003 by austin stoneman
5.0 out of 5 stars Just Great
Open up your mind this cd is addictive
Published on June 14 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny as hell
O.D.B at his hight of crazyness. This album pits amazing beats with the drunken rants of a madman/rapper/genius. O.D.B even gives shoutouts to the eskimo's and submarines... Read more
Published on May 16 2003
2.0 out of 5 stars Just Thrown together to make money!
I was hyped for this album before its release. When I listened to it though I was very disapointed. I was in with the WU from the beginning when RZA was cutting the beats. Read more
Published on Jan. 21 2003 by B. Smith
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