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  • Audio CD (March 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B00005AQE8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (732 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,454 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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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

Customer Reviews

It is incredible so many good songs in one album.
2 Paceta xrysos
This album is a MUST buy for anyone that wantz to know that REAL rap soundz like.
This is one of Tupac's best CD's ever, and one of rap's greatest.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 81 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I remember the first day I bought this CD (the day it was released) a chilly february morning in 1996 in uptown Manhattan. When I saw Tupac throwing up the "Westside" on the cover, I thought it was true that he had sold out the east coast. I had seen 'Pac at several clubs in NY and he always had mad love out here but was now claiming Westcoast... When I popped in the CD though, it became clear that although jail hadn't turned him into a saint, it had put his music on a whole new level. This is the album that changed hip hop music almost 180 degrees and every album after this has tried to match this first rap double CD of original material. This album is perfect and can be played all the way through- it has 27 tracks of slammin beats and lyrics. Tupac talks about everything with the best rap skills ever laid down on record. You've probably heard the singles on this double CD- California Love, All About U, 2 of Amerika's Most Wanted, How Do U Want it, I aint mad at cha, etc.... but they are only the beginning of why this CD is so excellent. Remember I said I bought it the day it came out-- I still bump it. If you buy one rap CD *ever*- buy this one. If you are some new kid that listens to rap and think that DMX and Jay Z are good- listen to this CD and find out where they all got their ideas. Except unlike their cds- 2Pac never has a wack song. Too bad he's gone and isn't still coming with new music.
CLASSIC, I'd give it 50 stars if I could. This is the best CD by anyone in any music genre.
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78 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Rex Marksmanson on July 27, 2001
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Only every once and a while does a rap masterpiece like this come out (i.e. Biggies "Ready To Die", Eazy E's "It's on 187um killer etc.). This album was Tupac's first with Death Row and he did not dissapoint with songs to get you're head moving, or your brain thinking he did it all on two discs of pure west coast goodness. And I know this is going to get me alot of negative votes but...please let the man R.I.P., no more of these ... "hes alive" theories, he's gone and you have to accept it,sorry.
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 10, 1999
Format: Audio CD
No one can deny the impact that Tupac Shakur had on not justthe rap industry but the music industry as well. This double-cd (kindof rare for rap artists to do this at the time) is a magnificent collaboration of music. It is original, revolutionary and just plain awesome. The reason I say it is revolutionary because after All Eyez on me was released, many rappers brought out double-albums (e.g. Bone Thugs 'N' Harmony, Notorious B.I.G., Master P) There would have been some singles off the second album, but I think they were "too controversial", too many explicit lyrics they had to edit. Unlike his rivals from Bad Boy, Tupac did not rely on sampling to sell his records. He had original beats and fascinating lyrics. Songs like "Life Goes On", "I Ain't Mad at Cha", and "Heaven Ain't Hard to Find" show this. It is not just the serious songs. I thought "Thug Passion", "All About U" and "How Do You want It" were the best songs. They're not politically correct but so what? Hell, the truth can't always fit the mold. Awesome beats, badass lyrics, and hard-hitting songs makes this album a masterpiece. It is not perfect (if there was a 4 1/2, I'd put it). I would have liked the original version of "California Love" and "Hit 'em Up" on here. I can't have everything. Oh, well. There are at least 18 songs I like on this album that will compensate for it. Oh and one more thing. If All Eyez on Me sold at least 7 million copies, wouldn't it be 14X Platinum. Double albums count as 2 don't they, compared to 1 for single albums. Unless the 2 figures in the real count; so in essence he sold at least 3.5 million (double-cd) copies of his album.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By unraveler on August 6, 2003
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Tragically, the life of this poet and rapper has been cut short in its prime. Tupac prophesied his own early demise. And he moved toward that end with fatalism worthy of a Greek tragedy.
All Eyez on Me is a set of two CDs that are among the greatest rap has ever produced. Despite his outward insistence on thuggishness, Tupac was very sensitive, far more so than the average thug, or any average person for that matter. Sensitivity led to originality and an important cultural product. Tupac celebrates thug life, along with its pain and its doom.
The beats and the production on this album are great and go so well together with Tupac's rhymes. Tupac was a genius who made a commitment to live out his life as a thug and kept it. This was his mission, and he felt he needed to fulfill it, with all eyes staring at him, even those who refused to C him...
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Charmain on June 5, 2003
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Tupac Shakur is hip hop and rap's premier embassador of the ghetto and street life. His profound mother, Afeni Shakur, raised him to be a intelluctual leader to fight against the troubles of the black community living in a "white man's world". All Eyez On Me is Tupac's fourth album and first since his bail from Rikers Island. This CD contains all of Pac's accumalitive thoughts and ideas that he grasped from books and his experiences in his troubled life. Book 1 contains all of the released singles, and demonstrates his Westside style in tracks like "All About U", "2 of Amerikkka'z Most Wanted", and "Cali. Love". The production is good on this CD and his mostly done by Deathrow producer Daz Dillinger. "I Aint Mad At Cha" is definetly the CD's best song. The catchy piano laced background melody cradles Pac's lyrics of his thought of death. "Only God Can Judge Me" and "Life Goes On" are two tracks that embarse Tupac's lyrical capability and also compensate his thoughts on death. Book 2 alone can be sold as a seperate CD. The style and production is a bit different but still keeps that Pac flavor. Tracks like "Shorty Wanna Be a Thug" and "All Eyes On Me" make you realize how unique Tupac was. "Picture Me Rollin" is the best laid back cruisin song that anyone can jam too while riding in their car. Dr. Dre produced "Cant C Me" gives you that Westside feeling with a "bump". All in all, The greatest rapper to ever spit calls himself 2PAC. Nobody will ever surpass his accomplishments and number of songs put out. All Eyez On Me cannot be critiqued or hold one's opinon, yet only one can judge Pac and a world can listen to his talent.
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