All Eyez on Me Import
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At the time of its release All Eyez On Me racked up over six million sales, becoming the bestselling hip-hop album of all time. With a chance to reassess Death Row's output it's not hard to see why. As the last album released before Tupac's death, All Eyez On Me is one of the best reasons to buy into the Death Row ethos, featuring Tha Dogg Pound (Nate Dogg, Warren G, Kurupt and Dat Nigger Daz. The DVD Side of the DualDisc edition includes never-before-released footage and more. 2005.
Simultaneously serving as both endless fodder for intellectual debates and the album most likely to be blaring out of the adjacent car's window, All Eyez on Me is a phenomenon that packs a wallop with every listen. Unquestionably the most nihilistic album to top the Billboard charts--and it's doubtful that any will match it--Eyez also manages to dish out the good-times dance tunes and still flow seamlessly. Recording commenced within hours of Tupac Shakur's release from prison, and a year's worth of pent-up ideas are unleashed with a fury akin to lifting the lid on a box of plutonium. The line between high art and insufferable reality, possibilities and self-destruction, has never been so blurred. Eyez is a landmark achievement that is unlikely to be topped by any heir apparent to the hip-hop crown. --Gregg Turkington
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"I won't deny it..." With that line, Pac starts the album, and with that line I start my caveat. I won't deny it, this album is unquestionably a 5 star, rap's first double album of original material, and one of the greatest albums period. However, it's also overrated by diehard Pac fans who won't look past its imperfections.
Nobody could have made a double CD this good, but the album still has filler tracks on it, something that just plain did not happen on any other Pac album while he was alive. And while fillers like Whatz Ya Phone # and Aint Hard 2 Find are still decent tracks, they're not Pac quality.
There are plenty of tracks like Ambitionz, I Aint Mad, Life Goes On etc. to make this an obvious must-buy album. But Makaveli and Me Against The World were both better albums.
Known to be his 2nd Deathrow record album, this was Hip-Hop's first double disc album. 2pac was raised in the hard life where nothing really worked out for him. He had no father, he moved from place to place making no childhood friends and his life was a shack. 'All Eyez on Me' pretty much sums up 2pac's life.
On 'All Eyez on Me', 2pac released 7 songs from this album. Disc 1 features 6 out of the 7 released songs. Disc 1 starts off with 'Ambitionz az a Ridah', talking about the fast lane. On disc 1, you'll find some of his westside rhymes like "All Bout U", "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted", "California Love" and "Heartz of Men". There are some songs that is powerful enough to make you cry like "Life Goes On" and "I Ain't Mad at Cha". However 2pac does lack on one song singing about how good sex is on "What's Ya # Number". The production for both CD's is excellent and features some pretty good producers like Johnny J, Daz Dillinger and one of Rap's most important producers, Dr. Dre. "Only God can Judge Me" pretty much sums up his death and is by far the best song on CD1.
Disc 2 is rather different from the first disc. Some songs are heavier, mellower and angrier. "Shorty Wanna Be a Thug" explains the meaning of being a gangster whereas "Can't C Me" shows 2pac's west side once again. A very excellent track indeed. "Picture Me Rollin", 2pac's last single released, is best played in the cars rolling by, "Rather Be Ya N.I.G.G.A" is the best song on disc 2 and has a very catchy tune.
To sum everything up, 'All Eyez on Me' will always be one of Rap's finest CD's ever made. 2pac wasn't just a person or a rapper. He was a teacher and I thank him for every single message he passed to the world. And if you listen to trash like Ludacris or Nelly, change your taste in Rap.
Most times, I don't mind when an edited version "drops out" the offensive lyrics (while the backing track continues to play). However, on this album, the editors decided to reverse the curse words and the music together. This editing technique has been used quite frequently on songs with one or two offensive words. But when every few seconds 2Pac is dropping the "f" bomb, the edits become very annoying and really detract from the songs. You might get just as much enjoyment out of listening to the whole thing backwards.
If you want edited 2Pac, try the clean version of the "Greatest Hits" cd. It collects most of the original radio versions, with the exception of a few tracks that are poorly edited.
Bottom line: watch out for any of Death Row's "Remastered" edited cds. I had a similar bad experience with Snoop Doggy Dogg's "Doggystyle" (Remastered/Edited Version).
27 songs is a large number, and thats good, but there is real bad ones like "aint hard to find", "wonda why they call u biatch", "ratha be ya nigga", "whatz ya phone #" and "how do you want it".
"How Do You Want It", another bad "Greatest Hits"-track which shouldnt be there Imo :
"How do you want it
How do you feel
Comin' up as a Nigga in tha cash game
Livin' in tha fast lane
i'm for real"
No.. I dont want it, my answer is Brain Damage! thats what i get when I hear it
But its more good songs than bad songs so its just to ignore How Do You Want It-Braindestroyer..
"I Aint Mad At Cha" and "Check Out Time" is my favourites followed by the wonderful "Life Goes On" and the BIG classic "Only God Can Judge Me" which is so much Tupac it can be
"Thug Passion" have a real good chorus, great singing from that girl Jewel.. the Outlawz rapping through most of the song but the real intoxication starts when Tupac open his mouth for the last verse.
The opener "Ambitionz Az A Ridah" is another song where Tupac rule
Some bad songs, some mediocre but mostly good or very good songs.. a very good album
Most recent customer reviews
Hoping to land myself a hood chick, rollin' around bumpin' this as loud as my Ford stereo system will allow. #StreetCredPublished 4 months ago by Big Tugboat
The album is sort of bland at some points, but it's definitely an iconic album, and a required purchase for any hip-hop head.Published 4 months ago by Brad Fair
A lot of good raw beat from Pac came out on this album but it keep is charismatik style on many beats from this material...Published 6 months ago by Vincent Grant Laporte
Very unhaopy with the condition of the CD it is very scratched and skips I would not purchase from wonder book and videoPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Tupac's best album love it very reasonable price very good shipping service.