Me Against The World has been added to your Cart

Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Me Against The World

4.8 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews

Price: CDN$ 15.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25. Details
Only 5 left in stock - order soon.
Ships from and sold by Gift-wrap available.
50 new from CDN$ 6.40 7 used from CDN$ 6.50

Frequently Bought Together

  • Me Against The World
  • +
  • +
  • Ready to Die (CD+DVD)
Total price: CDN$ 35.97
Buy the selected items together

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 20 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000005Z0K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 138 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,958 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
  •  Would you like to update product info, give feedback on images, or tell us about a lower price?

1. Intro
2. If I Die 2Night
3. Me Against The World
4. So Many Tears
5. Temptations
6. Young Niggaz
7. Heavy In The Game
8. Lord Knows
9. Dear Mama
10. It Ain't Easy
11. Can U Get Away
12. Old School
13. Fuck The World
14. Death Around The Corner
15. Outlaw

Product Description

Product Description

Watershed 1995 album from the hip hop icon, recorded following his near-fatal shooting in New York! Includes "Dear Mama". (TUPAC ; 2 PAC ; 2-PAC)

The gruesome details surrounding Tupac's third solo offering are enough to give any music fan the willies. Released when Tupac was in jail serving time for a rape conviction and just after his recovery from being shot-up gangland-style at a recording studio, this was his most introspective piece of work to date. The heavy-hearted album opens up with a radio commentary describing the circumstances surrounding his shooting, and then plunges headfirst into Pac's infatuation with death. "So Many Tears", "Death Around the Corner" and "If I Die 2Nite" are all dark, eerily prophetic tunes that lend credence to widespread theories which suggest that Pac anticipated his impending death. The perpetually thugged-out wonder reveals a more benevolent side when it comes to gender and family issues. On "Dear Mama"--a fitting tribute to his mother recorded in the "Keep Ya Head Up" vein--Pac takes listeners into the loving recesses of his heart, while on "Can U Get Away", he echoes similar respectful sentiments to black womynkind. This is probably 'Pac's most progressive issues-oriented release before he signed to Death Row and became a full-blown thug. --Dalton Higgins

What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Got this album when it was first released back in '95. The album debuted at #1 on billboard when it was released (superseding Bruce Springsteen) and dominated the month of April '95 on the charts - all while 2pac was in jail. An artist with the number 1 album in the US while in jail speaks volumes.

Classic album. 2pac vividly describes what he was going through and feeling at that time, while still being ahead of his time (as many of his lyrics and tracks are relevant today as they were back then). In my opinion, his best work; raw, real, honest and true. Some people may not like some of the tracks production but take a moment to really listen to each song and listen to the lyrics - repeat if ecessary as some things are heard the 2nd or 3rd time around.

Truly a masterpiece, considering the controversy surrounding this man. No matter where you from, what race, what circumstances; people could relate to him in one way or another. An artist that can transcend his message to all is truly worth the title - one of the greatest if not greatest of all time.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.
Report abuse
Format: Audio CD
There are two reviews below this one that contain mindless, idiotic insults directed at 2Pac. This is directed at them. It never ceases to amaze me how stupid some kids (yes, I said KIDS) really are. Unfortunately, youth tend to throw up boundaries among themselves based upon personal tastes (music, clothes, etc.) and then call each other inferior based upon them, and the people below are examples of such stupid kids. Clearly, said kids have serious personal problems and need a way to vent their anger, because it is the only explanation for their behavior. Making fun of people doesn't do anything except make you look stupid. And neither does whining about what's really "music" and what's not.
Using exaggerated, foolish stereotypes of "ebonics" usage, they claim all rap fans are stupid posers trying to be cool, and that they're happy 2Pac has died. And yet they expect us to believe they're the ones who are smart and mature, and that all rap fans are dumb. Does anybody who really is mature (and by that, I do NOT mean some zit-faced high school kid) see the contradiction in that logic? Then, they proclaim that rock and metal are the only types of music that involve talent, and that rap is just "talking fast". Anybody who has listened to hip-hop seriously knows just how much talent it really takes to rap, and 2Pac is one of the finest rappers that ever lived. What's even more idiotic is that one of the stupid kids below (the dumber of the two) tried to claim he's read 2Pac's lyrics, when he obviously hasn't. If somebody ever played "So Many Tears" or "Dear Mama" and asked him to call that "talking fast", he would have nothing to say. He'd just stand there looking like the foolish, naive child he is.
Read more ›
3 people found this helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.
Report abuse
Format: Audio CD
1 - Intro: This is just a drum beat over several newscasters talking about what happened to Tupac so I usually skip over it.
2 - If I Die 2nite: My favorite song on the album, the rhymes really flow, the beat doesn't seem forced, and the even though the chorus is sort of minimalistic, it sounds really good. My only complaint is when 2pac says at the end kill kill kill, murda murda murda. This "growl" at the end doesn't keep the rest of the tone of the song. - 9/10
3 - Me Against the World: A very competent song, the beat is ok but its nothing special. The rhymes flow like always, and the chorus is ok. It's basically talking about how Tupac is against the world. It's not bad, but it's not great. - 7/10
4 - So Many Tears: Excellent song almost on the level of If I Die Tonight. Talking about whether Tupac would get into heaven and how he's so tired of "the game". I love the beat and the harmonica in the chorus. Because Ja Rule can't make any good beats on his own, the beat from this song was jacked by him, Nas, and Ashanti in the Pledge Remix. I don't know if it's in the original but it really makes me mad that they took an anti - gangsta beat and made it into a gangsta song. Pac was real, you are not Mr. Rule! - 8.5/10
5 - Temptations - This is a good song talking about how Pac is a player and he can't really settle down ever. Excellent chorus saying, "I know you've been searching for someone...". For some reason though, I find my self skipping over this song. I don't know why. - 7/10
6 - Young N***AZ - This a cool track with an instresting beat about a topic I haven't really heard any other rapper talk about before. I like the guys voice in the chorus. - 8/10
7 - Heavy in the Game - Ugh... one of the few bad songs. I hate the womans voice in the beginning.
Read more ›
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.
Report abuse
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply the greatest rap cd ever made. 2pac will forever be the greatest rapper but he wasn't flawless. 2pacalypse Now(alright cd),Strictly (his second disc was a little better),7 Day Theory (his greatest disc after he died). 7 Day Theory was a true ,I wanna get up and punch somebody in their face,disc. All Eyez On Me (first disc alright, second disc not one standout song, yeah I said it ).I know I'm the only one who is going to say that but it's the truth after I Ain't Mad Cha turn the CD player off. The second disc ain't even worth standing. R U Still Down( had standout songs, just a little on the mysterious side). Still I Rise (was more Outlawz than Pac but was still good even though I'm not the biggest Outlawz fan).Until The End Of Time (first disc was very nice, throw away the second disc).Better Dayz (first disc, certified masterpiece, second disc had standout songs). With all these discs you still couldn't listen to it straight through without fast forwarding. MATW is the exception. So Many Tears (2pac's greatest song period,nuff said) Death Around The Corner(2pac's second greatest song) F*** The World and Lord Knows(introspective and a buck songs) Dear Mama and Old School (both nice and sad dedication's). In all the best Cd with 2pac's name on it. If you have never heard one Pac song in your life (where have you been) then MATW is perfect for you. His greatest disc where can you go wrong. The disc will almost make up for those songs that wasn't all that (which are rare).
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again.
Report abuse

Most recent customer reviews