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NEW 2pac - Until The End Of Time (CD)


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • ASIN: B00005AKBN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,860 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Thomas on Feb. 1 2004
Format: Audio CD
tupac is the best song writer there will ever be and you mentaly retarted if you think anything else. this is just one of the many great albums that he has. he is one of a kind there will never be anyone as good as him
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this isnt tupacs best but dont let me throw u off wit that. this is still better then 99% of the emcees out there makin albums. He mixed poetry to rap made it work then touched us with songs that were positive instead of the normal negative" Im gonna kill you" vibe displayed by other hiphop artists. THis album is really dope but then albums like me against the world, greatest hits, all eyez on me and others should be given 6 or 7 stars because they make a mockery of any other hiphop album made( exceptions of born again, ready to die, capital punishment, its dark and hell is hot, eazy duz it, chronic 2001 and others.)
But this album is still a must for any one.............
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Format: Audio CD
First disc is way better than the second but the cd overall is great .
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This album has tons of songs that are fantastic. 95% of these songs are instant classics. This was one of my first 2pac albums and for a very long period of time, it was the only cd I listened to. I listened to this cd and no other for at least 4 months and I can still put it on today and not get bored. This album is an absolute killer and is worth everything you pay for it, even if you pay with your life.....
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"Until the End of Time" is one of the best records I have ever heard in a long time. Tupac's lyrics are about his emotions, the people who betrayed his trust, and his hopes and aspirations. By today's "My money, my girls, my guns" standards, this record doesn't fit. This Record has songs that you can listen to and relate to. There no flashy "Bling Bling" or fake hype, just lyrics and songs that actually have a point instead of "Baby rhymes." Many songs stand out on this 29 song CD including "Ballad of a Dead Soldier" and "Lil' Homies." Some songs though, sound as though they have been remixed and aren't at the same stardard as the rest. Overall this is a must have for anyone who enjoys listening to rap music. Stars.
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By Marko on Oct. 12 2002
Format: Audio CD
One of the best rap albums EVER. This iz just another album that provez that 'Pac is the realest and one of the best if not the best rapper of all time! In my opinion the best songz on this album are Breathin (although most people won't agree) to that, then Letter 2 My Unborn, All Out (which is a classical hardcore rap song), Until the End Of Time (phenomenal lyrics), Lastonezleft, Ballad of a Dead Souljah and other. Nice mafu**in' record...BUY IT!
Also consider buying other Tupac albums such All Eyez On Me and Greatest Hits (HUGE recordz) and Big Pun - Endangered Species, which iz fantastic 2! We outta here!
P.S. I don't agree 2 the guy that said "NO MORE TUPAC ALBUMS"
I don't agree, even though I do agree that the game haz changed...
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Best Songs:Ballad Of A Dead Solja, Friends, Good Life, Lil' Homies, All Out, Breathin, Thug-N-U Thug-N-Me, My Closest Roaddogs, Thug Nature Remix, When Thugz Cry, This Ain't Livin, Why You Turn On Me, and Runnin On E
Bad Songs: N/A
Beats: 10/10 Lyrics: 10/10
One of the best cds of 2001.
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I know the title of my review alone probably got me a lot of unhelpful votes, but I just can't totally stand by this album. When it begins hard to tell whether or not the record company is releasing posthumous Pac albums to continue the legacy or just to make money, then it's time to stop. What's the point of this album, anyway? Most of the songs have already been bootlegged right after Pac died: they've been heard on Makaveli 2, 3, 5, 8, 9...well, you know what I mean. You can also tell in some places that these songs are unfinished, so you begin to ask yourself, as the editorial reviewer said, "Did Pac even like these songs?"
First of all, I highly doubt that Tupac even knew who R.L. was, so why is the R&B artist wailing the chorus to the otherwise dope title track? I'm sure that Pac didn't work with Lil' Mo either on "N's Nature (remix)" (she says things like "how gangsta is that" and "holla", which is slang from 2001), but at least her contribution made the song very enjoyable. I'm not a big fan of Lil' Mo, but just like she did with Ja Rule's "Put It On Me", she livened up the track, making this remix better than the original. While we're on the "good song" list, other notables are "Breathin'", "Good Life" (the choruses to both songs are really addictive), "Happy Home"--really, most of Disc 1, because by Disc 2 I felt like I heard all these songs before. However, it is good to finally get "Bad Boy Killas" (renamed "Runnin on E" for obvious reasons) on the CD format in good condition, even though it is missing the verse that was used for Scarface's 1998 "Homies and Thuggs".
But the flaws on this album are too obvious to ignore.
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