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|1. Bomb First (My Second Replay)|
|2. Hail Mary|
|3. Toss It Up|
|4. To Live & Die In L.A.|
|6. Life Of An Outlaw|
|7. Just Like Daddy|
|9. White Man'z World|
|10. Me And My Girlfriend|
|11. Hold Ya Head|
|12. Against All Odds|
For this release, Tupac Shakur adopted the pseudonym "Makaveli" in honor of the philosopher Machiavelli, author of the devious politician's handbook The Prince. Contractually his final effort for Death Row, it was recorded in seven days and was released on schedule in October 1996, despite Shakur's death a month earlier. Shakur was unparalleled at balancing the upbeat and the morbidly grim, and tracks like "Toss It Up" are such wonderfully catchy pop songs that the nasty lyrical digs at his then-current crop of enemies seem almost subliminal. Not so with album closer "Against All Odds," in which Shakur spells out very explicitly who he thinks was responsible for his ambush shooting in New York City. Overall, the Makaveli album feels so much like one man's complete exorcism of an overload of pent-up personal and professional pressures that it's hard not to believe that Shakur had all eyes on a new direction for the future. --Gregg Turkington --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This album is jus perfect altogether. I cant even rate every song cuz they deserve better that 5/5. Pac is jus dope, cop this album!Published on July 14 2006 by Reckless
Brings back too many bad memories from years 96 and 97. If you can get past the that, it's probably Pac's #1 or #2 best album.Published on July 19 2004
This album is very mysterious, the lyrics are sick there is a message in it like there is one in the resurrection soundtrack. Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by "hkazee"
Tupac is my all time favorite rapper; hands down. However the the funniest thing about that is there are rappers that have better metaphors and sicker lyrics (Jay-z, Biggie)... Read morePublished on July 11 2004 by Zabari Quest
I can never believe the mind state pac was in 4 dis album. U lyk 03 bonnie & clyde? Hail Mary o3? THose songs jus copy off this album. Pac is the greatest and always will be. Read morePublished on June 18 2004
Firstly I think this fool "Reakan" is smoking crack, to say this album is less then a classic or "mediocre" is retarded.
So forget about his review. Read more
This is classic 2pac, his best album in my opinion. This album is probably his hardest album. All the songs are solid and there is not one weak song here. Read morePublished on June 16 2004 by Pete
I love this Album. I can go through the whole thing without skipping one track,now that is a classic to me.
And to think this album was recorded in 7 days.Wow. Read more