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2 Pac:Loyal To The Game Destruction [Explicit Lyrics]

2 Pac Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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1. Soldier Like Me featuring Eminem (a/k/a "Return of the Soulja")
2. The Uppercut featuring Edi & Noble of the Outlawz
3. Out On Bail
4. Ghetto Gospel
5. Black Cotton featuring Eminem & Kastrom & Noble of the Outlawz
6. Loyal To The Game featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck
7. Thugs Get Lonely Too featuring Nate Dogg
8. N.I.G.G.A. featuring Jadakiss (Never Ignorant About Getting Goals Accomplished)
9. Who Do You Love?
10. Crooked Nigga Too
11. Don't You Trust Me
12. Hennessey featuring Obie Trice
13. Thug 4 Life
14. Po Nigga Blues (Scott Storch Remix) featuring Ron Isley
15. Hennessey (Red Spyda Remix) featuring EDI & Sleepy Brown
16. Crooked Nigga Too (Raphael Saadiq Remix)
17. Loyal To The Game (DJ Quik Remix) featuring Big Syke

Product Description

PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED MATERIAL. INCLUDES 12 SONGS PRODUCED BY EMINEM & 4 BONUS TRACKS. FEATURED ARTISTS INCLUDE: 50 CENT, JADAKISS, LLOYD BANKS, NATE DOGG, OBIE TRICE, OUTLAWZ, RON ISLEY, SLEEPY BROWN & YOUNG BUCK. PRODUCED BY: EMINEM WITH ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION BY: SCOTT STORCH, RED SPYDA & RAPHAEL SAADIQ. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: AFENI SHAKUR & EMINEM. EXPLICIT VERSION.

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2.0 out of 5 stars Ridicioulous Dec 14 2004
By P12T
Format:Audio CD
Ive only so far heard about 6 of the tracks on this CD and I dont even want to hear the rest of it. The beat on "Black Cotton" is just......no words to describe it. Ive also heard the "Thug 4 life" on a bootleg version with the original beat and I'd say it sounds 1000 if not 10000 times better than the beat Eminem has produced here. Now dont get me wrong, 2pac's lyrics are as good as ever, its the beats that have been associated with these songs that are just plain ridicioulus. Now there are a few bright spots including "uppercut" "thugs get lonely too" and "ghetto gospel" to name a couple. But overall this CD does not even live up to 2pac standards. For real 2pac fans this CD is not worth it, not even close. I think this should have been more of a collaboration of many producers than an Eminem cash/fame grab.
PS.. All this talk about Eminem being as good as Pac is uncalled for. He is a good rapper and needs to start making music that strikes a chord with all of us, not music about Micheal Jackson and Purple Hills.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 2Pac Is Back! Dec 26 2004
By Dee Dee
Format:Audio CD
Another album from 2Pac, he has more albums out after his death which is amazing. About the CD, Loyal to the Game is like a mix of gangsta rapper Pac with mainstream beats. This CD which many think, is more of an Eminem CD. The beats are too "Eminem" and mainstream. Like a lot of people say, if Pac was alive today, he probably wouldn't use these mainstream beats, heck he proabably wouldnt even collab with eminem and his shady/aftermath/g-unit crew. but that is to argue. this cd is good but the lyrics are the typical songs of Pac about struggles, being a gangsta and all that stuff. I personally like this CD with the gangsta-ness and the mainstream beats, and catchy hooks. but again if you have heard pac's old songs it is totally different from this eminem produced album. but again just buy it and support this guy. i like that song with Dido on the hook and "thugs get lonely too" and thug 4 life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome cd Dec 30 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
First off I have 2 say 2pac would have allowed this Cd to come out because as times change so do different styles of music, now I am not saying he would have done it with Shady due to the fact that him and Dr.Dre had a falling out before he passed. However this style of music is almost like a new breed you don't hear anywhere else , yes the beats are some what Eminem like however it comes off almost as if Tupac controls this album like his rhymes kind of suit this type of beat which is very evident in the song N.I.G.G.A.S. I think tupac would have adjusted his style of music to todays audience even though we all loved his old music he would change as time went on. As for people who think this is a bad idea they are just scared because the old tupac beats were awesome and are trying to protect them. I give this album 5 out of 5 and anyone who has a chance 2 sample it first should pick it up
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2.0 out of 5 stars 2 stars for PAC's standards Dec 14 2004
Format:Audio CD
The cd has tight-azz rhymes that only pac can deliver. No death row Makaveli-era tracks. See 2pac at his purest non-gangsterized, and activist self.
That alone is reason to buy the cd.
But the production is the typical 8-Mile Soundtrack style known to be used by Eminem and crew.
Pac would've never used such beats and would rather have done it himself.
Way too far-fetched for my tastes. Afeni went too far on this one. Lots of the beats do not even match his rap style.
I say a) go out and buy the bootlegs of rhe ORIGINAL versions of his songs to get the real feel.
b) lets push Afeni to release his tracks as meant to be heard.
or c) release cd's mixed ONLY by producers who've worked with PAc in the past: Johnny J, Quik, Easy Mo B, Shock G, Daz, Dre. etc...
buy this cd used.
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2.0 out of 5 stars 2nd review...still 2 stars...read liner notes Dec 14 2004
Format:Audio CD
In the cd notes, Afeni claims that she went to Marshall because he was offered to work for free...oh boy.
Well, all I can say is: YOU GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR.
She wouldnt go to Dre, Johnny J, Easy Mo Bee, the Quik, or anyone else because they charged money.
COME ON! The original tracks were already made and sounded great! The way Pac wanted them to. Some were unfinished, perhaps, however that could have been fixed without redoing everything Shady style.
and If you want Pac's friends to remix his songs in his tradition, you'd bloody well must pay them! After all, Pac did! And these guys have to eat too! Eminem has enough cash, so he can affored to work for free.
Once again, it shows Eminem worked for free.
The result: 2pac "fast-food style"...straying away from his legacy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loyal To The Game Is * * * * * Sept. 19 2005
By FiCTiOn
Format:Audio CD
This new album produced entirely by eminem is classical.. one of the best albums out.. knowing that 2pac has passed.. and as mentioned above.. he has released more albums after his death which is amazing.. this cd has everything a hiphop fan loves, mainstream beats with underground lyrics, this is my favourite cd out and hopefully for many others.. as for customer.. what you said about this cd is wrong and u should stfu.. definetly worth buying.. * * * * *
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tupac Loyal to the game Dec 14 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is a very good album, its was made to look like Pac was still alive and rhyming with the new generation of MC. Every body are jealous that Marshall made 2/3 of the album because he is white if it will be black nobody will have said nothing and it will be a great album, Afeni did a very good job qith these album, this is one of the best album after is death.
Amaru records for life
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Most recent customer reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars SUCKS
man this guy write a review the best 2pac cd ever lol. man this is the worst 2pac cd ever. they change is flow and stuff. his rhymes werent even on beat. Read more
Published on Feb. 2 2006 by soho
4.0 out of 5 stars Compared 2 hiz usual, no not great
2pac wuz named mr.rap 4 sumthin i mean hiz cd'z were just masterpieces & were not cocky unlike 50cent. Read more
Published on Oct. 21 2005 by "lilbisla"
2.0 out of 5 stars Do Not Buy This CD
This has got to be the worst Pac Cd ever. The lyrics are good but the beats are horrible. Em produced a cd that would be good for him and not for 2pac. Read more
Published on Feb. 4 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars The Shizit
This is 1 of the best cd's i own pick it up.
Published on Jan. 3 2005 by Hip-Hop Head
5.0 out of 5 stars bestcdever
this is the best cd ever!. Every song is good. Pick it up rite now.
Published on Dec 18 2004 by sumcustomer
5.0 out of 5 stars the best cd
2pac is one of the best rapperes ever this cd is the best go get it
Published on Dec 17 2004 by nick
5.0 out of 5 stars SICK CD
THIS IS WITHOUT A DOUBT DA BEST TUPAC CD EVA, ESPECIALLY THE SONG "OUT ON BAIL" HOLY S@!#, I JUST HOPE MORE CDS COME OUT HE IS THE GREATEST RAPPER THEIR EVER WAS,
Published on Dec 17 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars THIS CD IS SICK
MAN THIS CDS IS CAZY MAN GO GET IT
BIGGEST 2PAC FAN!!!
Published on Dec 16 2004 by nick
4.0 out of 5 stars THIS CD IS SICK
MAN THIS CDS IS CAZY MAN GO GET IT
BIGGEST 2PAC FAN!!!
Published on Dec 16 2004 by nick
3.0 out of 5 stars imma toss eminem a beating:P
yyyyyy?!...im tossing eminem a huge beating:p
Published on Dec 14 2004 by yo105
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