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  • Audio CD (November 14, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B0000TAZS8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (621 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,880 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. G-Unit
2. Poppin' Them Thangs
3. My Buddy
4. I'm So Hood
5. Stunt 101
6. Wanna Get To Know You
7. Groupie Love
8. Betta Ask Somebody
9. Footprints
10. Eye For Eye
11. Smile
12. Baby You Got
13. Salute U
14. Beg For Mercy
15. G'D Up
16. Lay You Down
17. Gangsta Shit
18. I Smell Pussy
19. G-Unit Desksite

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Between 50 Cent's fearless bravado, Lloyd Banks's lispy lyrical proclamations, and the Southern drawl of Young Buck, the G-Unit's buzz factor alone have placed them atop the rap game. Their debut, Beg for Mercy, demonstrates how they plan on staying there. Their secret? No throwaway beats, keep the thugs happy. The sheer range and diversity of head-nodding beats--supplied by everyone from Hi-Tek and Dr. Dre to 7th EMP (who shrewdly samples Bach)--makes you forget their rather linear range of subject matter. Yep, the G-Unit is obsessed with violence and guns, but death threats never sounded so good. On "My Buddy," for instance, they cleverly describe in no uncertain terms how they feed this buddy--with bullets--and why they take him on family outings. Gunshot sound effects included. For some balance, the crew tries to disprove any theories that they're all about shootouts: Banks serenades a hottie on "Smile" while R&B crooner Joe drops by on the souled-out "Wanna Get to Know You" to prove that thugs need love too. It all makes for one of 2003's best releases. --Dalton Higgins

Customer Reviews

I gave this album one star beacuse I did like Track 15 "G'd Up".
Bandit
I also have no problem with, um, the other guys that aren't 50 Cent. ...No, I'm just kidding; I have no problem with Young Buck or Lloyd Banks (or Tony Yayo).
Anthony Rupert
This cd is selling on association just because 50 cent said "G-Unit" a bunch of times in his horrid album.
John

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on January 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
While 50 Cent was burning up the streets with his mixtapes to get a buzz for himself, he also had his crew G Unit, which at that time composed of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. "50 Cent Is The Future" and "No Mercy, No Fear" were both mixtape bangers. Although you heard alot of 50 on these mixed tapes, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo showed that they belonged in the rap game. Lloyd Banks especially displayed his skills with all the clever punch lines that he had in each verse. 50 Cent eventually signed with Eminem's Shady Records. Once the mixtape banger "Wanksta" was on the 8 Mile soundtrack, you knew that there would be nothing but good things to come from 50's affiliation with Eminem and Dr. Dre. "In Da Club" was produced by Dr. Dre and fueled the buzz for 50's solo CD "Get Rich Or Die Trying". After one week of being on the shelves 50's solo disc sold over 800,000 units. 50 also was trying to negotiate a deal for G Unit as a group and a label. They would eventually sign to Interscope Records. Tony Yayo would be arrested early in 2003 and he had to do a year in jail. So 50 decided that Young Buck, who was already in G Unit, to take a major role like Lloyd Banks in the group's 1st Interscope Records release.
"Beg For Mercy" is nothing that is groundbreaking. You have heard everything that they have said before. The difference is that most people who followed the G Unit through all the mixtapes know that they usually have a hard street edge to all of their songs, even when they talk about the ladies. On "Beg For Mercy" in certain instances it seems as if their hard edge had been watered down.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Boop on January 8, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am a straight up fan of 50 Cent but Beg for Mercy has me aniticipating Lloyd Banks solo effort.
This cd is pretty dayum good. Beg for Mercy has hits one right after the other. The cd explodes with Poppin Them Thangs when I first heard it I was like dayummmmmm.
50 shows us that he can't be faded and neither can his crew and that talent comes from that single building off Linden Blvd and Merrick Blvd called the American Towers and also that the North and the South can make things happen with the talent of Young Buck. I know it will be on and poppin' when Yayo gets on the tracks.
Again Beg for Mercy is a good cd, I see others among me don't seem to like it but everyone is entitled to their own opinion....well here's mine....its tight!!
G-Unit makes me want to move back home.......Southside Jamaica Queens nugga ya heard me!!!!
Later!!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
OH my GOD!!!!!This CD is the hottest out right now.I recommend to all G-G-G UNIT fans! Buy this CD! I know you will not be disappointed!!!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By AFI K. JAMES on March 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This Album is truly the worst album of 2000's, I Used to think Lil Jon and 98% percent of the bad rap is horrible, G-Unit and this album is even worse, Poppin Them Thangs is a rip-off of C.R.E.A.M., The Main title is truly bad, and the GGGGG G-Unit catch phrase, maybe the worst catch phrase creation of all time.

and I Can't believe that some people had the nerve to call this truly complete waste of time better than NWA?

This album is a truly total disgrace.

This is not even a Gangsta Rap Album at all, it's pop gangsta rap at it's worse.

This is the single worst album of the decade.

If you want a current gangsta rap album of this decade, go buy Westside Connection's Terrorist Threats, not this disgrace to genre.

Beg For Mercy: NO STARS
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Kerr on November 19, 2003
Format: Audio CD
How could anyone hate this cd unless your a Ja Rule fan? This cd is Fire just like Get Rich or Die Tryin. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo kill it! I listened to track 1 to track 18 and I liked every song on there. The cd has tight beats(Produced by Shady, Dre, and others) and the best lyrics I've heard in a while. G-Unit, together, are better than anyone going solo. I liked Beg For Mercy betta than Get Rich or Die Tryin. This cd is a classic! They have no guest appearances, but still created a piece of work. The next G-Unit cd will be even betta, since Tony Yayo will be free and featured on alot more tracks than two (on #'s 7 & 18). All have different styles, but together they are the best crew out there. If Lil Jon and The Eastside Boyz and G-Unit callaberated on a song together, That would be the crunkest song ever maid. Overall, this cd is highly recommended to buy, not download. Maybe you will win a G-Unit spinning piece that is featured in 4 of there Beg For Mercy cds. You can't win one if you download the album, SO BUY IT NOW!!!!!!! Be on the look 4 Lloyd Banks album in March, 50 Cent's album in the summer, and Young Buck and Tony Yayo's cds coming soon!!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 28, 2003
Format: Audio CD
50 must have used up all the good songs on G.R.O.D.T. (Get Rich Or Die Tryin)G-Unit has great potential, but this cd just SUCKS. The Best songs on there (Stunt 101, Salute U, Beg For Mercy, G'D Up, Lay You Down, & Gangsta Sh*t) are just mediocre tracks. This is a cd that is selling due to name sake. I think part of the problem is the fact that this cd WASN'T produced by Shady/Aftermath. I mean, GRODT was one of 2003's best. This album is crap. If you like slow songs, this is your album. I bought this cd because I'm a die hard 50/G-Unit fan. But Truthfully, unless you're a diehard G-Unit fan, this cd isn't worth the $20.
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