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NEW 2pac - Until The End Of Time (CD)
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This a double disc of half-done cuts that Tupac himself wouldn't want you to hear. In my opinion, he trueley is the greatest rapper of all time; but it's too bad Death Row Records takes advantage of this. This is the only money outlet that Tha Row has left; and they know whatever has Pac's name on it will go platinum nomatter how bad the quality. (which this did in three weeks.)
Anyway, out of thirty-someodd tracks, there are about five worth listening to. They are:
1.) "Until The End of Time" - This song shows Pac lyrically at his best. The chorus is infectious, (yes I know it was sampled) and it's a song you would catch singing in public. My only complaint about it is that in the chorus, the background vocals by RL are missing. Why were they on the single and not the album itself? Hmmm...
2.) "Happy Home" - This song is a heartfelt tribute to Tupac's sister. Upon listening, could tell that he wasn't completely finished with the writing of this song. The lyrics, seem a bit sloppy and uneven at times, but still has a good message. If this had been worked on more before he passed, it probablly would've been on the level of songs like "Keep Ya Head Up" and "Dear Mama." It's still a nice effort and is still listenable.
3.) "Ballad Of A Dead Soulja" - This is a good song in so many ways. The beat gets you pumped, and the lyrics are true Pac. The creepy, disturbing feel of the song makes you think it was an outtake from the '96 album, "The 7 Day Theory." It's a song you'll listen to over and over again. I promise.Read more ›
If you're a 2Pac fan who has any of these uncertainties and skepticisms running through your head, regarding laying down the money for this, let me just say coming from a die-hard fan that it is well-worth the purchase. While the double-disc format does make it a daunting listen, like most rap epics, by the album's end you will be wholly satisfied. This album was recorded during his prolific Makaveli period, shortly before his untimely slaying, and contains a perfect balance of straight thug life as well as some of his most confessional rhymes, that help to further reveal the REAL 2Pac. Filled to the brim with 29 songs, it is his longest album yet, but, unlike the lackluster 'R U Still Down?', the production quality of 'Until the End of Time' is uniformly excellent, featuring the most head-bobbing lowrider beats that are so gangsta'd up and, um, West Coast that they fit in perfectly alongside his line of classics from his Death Row days.Read more ›
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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. Read morePublished on Feb. 1 2004 by Thomas
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. Read morePublished on July 15 2003
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... Read morePublished on June 15 2003 by Cory G.
"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... Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2002
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! Read morePublished on Oct. 12 2002 by Marko
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,... Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2002 by jconsolmagno
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. Read morePublished on Aug. 21 2002 by E.J. Rupert
It seems that this album is here to tell us that tupac will be ther until the end of time and he'll be rockin' too. Read morePublished on July 31 2002