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  • Audio CD (Oct. 4 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000B5IOPM
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
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1. Beautiful (Feat. Pharrell, Uncle Charlie Wilson)
2. Snoop Dogg (What's My Name Pt. 2)
3. Woof! (Feat. Mystikal And Fiend)
4. Lay Low (Feat. Master P, Nate Dogg, Butch Cassidy And Tha Eastsidaz)
5. Down For My Niggaz (feat. Snoop Dogg and Magic)
6. From Tha Chuuuch To Da Palace (Feat. Pharrell)
7. B***ch Please (Explicit)
8. Still A G Thang
9. Just Dippin' (Feat. Dr. Dre And Jewell)
10. Wrong Idea (Feat. Bad Azz, KoKane And Lil' HD)
11. Stoplight
12. Snoopafella
13. The One And Only
14. Loosen' Control (Feat. Butch Cassidy)
15. Gin And Juice II
16. Stacey Adams (Feat. KoKane)
17. Ride On/Caught Up!
18. G Bedtime Stories
19. Hell Yeah (Stone Cold Steve Austin theme) (feat. WC)

Product Description

Snoopified is the ONLY greatest hits compilation available from Snoop Doog. Features 10 top Billboard hits sucah as 'Still A G Thang', Gin & Juice II' and 'Beautiful'. Priority. 2005.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa36c5480) out of 5 stars 37 reviews
36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3be7168) out of 5 stars Wow, what's going on here? (2 Stars) Oct. 11 2005
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Bottom line: There is no such thing as a Best of Snoop Dogg CD when tracks like Gin & Juice, Murder Was the Case, and Who Am I? (to name only a few) are OMITTED. The previous two reviews for this so-called greatest hits CD are on-point; try to imagine a Nas greatest hits CD without any Illmatic tracks. Try to imagine there being a Wu-Tang Clan greatest hits CD without any tracks from Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers. Now, try and explain why there IS actually a Best of Snoop Dogg CD with no tracks from Doggystyle, or even Tha Doggfather.

Sure, there are some decent tracks here, but not including any tracks from the Death Row era is inexcusable. This compilation is an insult to Snoop's oldest fans and should never have seen the light of day.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3daf5e8) out of 5 stars "Guess who's back in the #$&!* house"..... Oct. 4 2005
By H3@+h - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Do I have to ask the obvious question? I? Where are the tracks from "Doggystyle"??? Where are his BEST known songs??? I know this probably has something to do with label issues, but c'mon. Having a "Best Of" from Snoop Dogg without the "Doggystyle" tracks, is like Dr. Dre having a "Greatest Hits" without anything from "The Chronic"! Maybe this should have been called "Best of the Priority Years" instead. On the positive side there's still some dope tracks here, but I gots to have my "Gin And Juice". Bow-wow-wow.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa37ca930) out of 5 stars Not What the Title Promises May 16 2006
By Drew Macevenwick - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Okay, first let me just say I understand that this is a collection of Snoop's material ranging from 1998 through 2002 (his days on the No Limit label). I also understand that crafting a greatest hits album is never an easy task. Everyone has their personal favorites and not every good track can make the final cut.

The thing is, greatest hits albums are designed for the casual fan. For someone who likes the artist's music, but doesn't want to shell out the cash for all the albums. So, the question in determining whether or not you have a winning compilation is not would it satisfy the hardcore fans, but would it satisfy someone who just wants the best of the best. This "best of" collection would not.

If the album had been titled, "The Best of Snoop Dogg's No Limit Years" or "Snoop Dogg: 1998-2002", I think I would take less issue with it's release. But the fact is, this title is just misleading to the customer. Snoop's "biggest" hits almost all came from his Death Row days but you won't find "What's My Name?", "Gin & Juice" or "Doggy Dogg World" here. Hell, even "My Heart Goes Boom," one of the best cuts from the No Limit years is missing.

But enough about what isn't here. Let's talk about what is here. The best song on this compilation is easily "Beautiful" and "The One and Only" is also quite good. But the Stone Cold Steve Austin Theme? What's My Name and Gin and Juice......Part II? Several other songs the casual fan hasn't even heard of?

The bottom line is I don't think someone who just wants the best of Snoop's material should begin here. The prior-released Death Row's Snoop Doggy Dogg Greatest Hits offers more of Snoop's best songs, but also some uneven rarities. I would suggest a casual fan just buy a copy of "Doggystyle." Honestly, it contains most of the best work Snoop has ever done and I think it might be good enough to convince you to listen to what Snoop has produced since. Some of this "Best of" collection may be all right, but if I thought this was truly the Dogg's best work, I wouldn't be too eager to listen to the rest. Do yourself a favor and pass this one by.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4f331d4) out of 5 stars Not that bad Dec 18 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I don't know whats wrong with these people. This is a pretty good collection of snoop dogg songs. First off, if you want all of his old stuff he does have another collection of songs. It's called Death Row: Snoop Doggy Dogg's Greatest Hits. And like westcoastgdup said thats all death row. Do you guys really think Suge Knight would let Snoop put all of that material on this album after all the beef they have been through. Stll A G Thang, Wrong Idea, B*tch Please, and Lay Low are all good songs. But why I don't give it five stars is because he dosn't have Pump Yo Breaks, anything from tha Eastsidaz, or some stuff he did with Dre after death row like the wash or On the Blvd. because Snoop had some input on those songs.(I'm not gonna say the next episode or still Dre because those are Dre songs and they come on his album the Chronic 2001).But instead he puts From Tha Chuuch to Tha Palace and Beautiful,which are the worse snoop dogg songs. All these songs are from Priority Records and No Limit. Why do you think he dosn't have Drop It Like It's Hot or Lets Get Blown. Because now he's on Geffen records and Star Track records. Come on people you call yourself Snoop Dogg fans.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3d3d708) out of 5 stars This Could Have Been Something! Oct. 16 2005
By Jeffry R. Andrews - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I know people are saying that you can't have a Snoop Doggs greatest hits album without having any of his earlier Death Row hits, but you have to understand that Snoop doesn't own the rights to those songs. Suge Knight owns the rights, thus is the reason why he released a greatest hits album covering Snoops Death Row days. If you really think about it, Snoop was known as Snoop Doggy Dogg when he was with the Row. When Master P signed him to No Limit, he shortened his name to Snoop Dogg. So theoretically this is the best of Snoop Dogg (Post Death Row). However, I don't agree with a lot of the songs that were choosen for this album. Songs like Gin & Juice II, Woof, Down For My N_____, The One & Only and a few others were just average tracks in my mind. Some noticable tracks missing from this album are Y'all Gone Miss Me, Go Away, Snoop World, Ballin', My Heat Goes Boom, Doggz Gonna Get Ya, etc. I don't know if I want to say this was a waste of an album, but if Priority wanted to release a Best of Snoop Dogg, I think they really should have put his best work on a disc instead of filling it with only half and the rest with average tracks. This album could have been 4 stars instead of 3.