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  • Audio CD (November 16, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tvt
  • ASIN: B00031TX8G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,994 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Crunk Juice
2. Get Crunk feat Bo Hagon
3. What U Gon' Do feat Lil Scrappy
4. Real Nigga Roll Call feat Ice Cube
5. Bo Hagon's Phone Call
6. Da Blow feat Gangsta Boo
7. Contract feat Trillville, Jazze Pha & Pimpin Ken
8. E40 Choppin
9. White Meat feat 8Ball & MJG
10. Don't Fuck Wit Me (produced by Rick Rubin)
11. Chris Rock Let's Be Friends
12. Lovers & Friends feat Usher & Ludacris
13. One Night Stand feat Oobie
14. Aww Skeet Skeet feat DJ Flexx
15. Chris Rock In The Club
16. In The Club feat R. Kelly & Ludacris
17. Bitches Aint Shit feat Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Suga Free & Oobie
18. Chris Rock Get Lower
19. Stick That Thang Out (Skeezer) feat Pharrell Williams & Ying Yang Twins Produced by The Neptunes
20. Grand Finale feat Nas, T.I., Bun B, Ice Cube

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Product Description

Featuring the singles 'What U Gon' Do' & 'Roll Call' & special guests R. Kelly, Usher, Ludacriss, Nas, Snoop Dogg, Ying Yang Twins, 8Ball & MJG, Bad Brains, Bun B, Nate Dogg, Pitbull, T.I., Trillville, Lil Scrappy, Ice Cube, & more.

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Named after the thriving rap subgenre he popularized, Lil' Jon's Crunk Juice makes no claims to be anything but XXX-rated, hip-hop mosh pit music. Three 6 Mafia's crunked-out compositions may predate Lil' Jon's, but Jon's unique production methods continue to dazzle on cuts like "What U Gon' Do," where protégé Lil Scrappy's vocals create jarring audio effects. The trademark futuristic blend of Miami bass, Jamaican dub, electronica, and punk--littered with call-and-response chants--is in full force on "Crunk Juice," "Get Crunk," and "Da Blow." More impressively, he's broadened his crunk palette to include a brilliant rocked-out Rick Rubin collaboration, along with more conventional R&B tunes featuring Usher and R. Kelly--he even looks to D.C.-style go-go beats for inspiration on "Aww Skeet Skeet." The vulgar yet hilarious Chris Rock comedy cameos help make this album a winner, even if it's intentionally zany and lyrically vacuous. --Dalton Higgins

Customer Reviews

Crunk Juice is the new album from Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz and absolutely oozes with brilliance.
Davy
Rap isn't (mostly wasn't) just like that way, but thanks to your plague, you have given a once tolerable music genre a bad name.
Bill Lumbergh
They're Gone...Traded In For A Brat Pack Of Low-Life Rappers Such As Cash Money And No Limit... If You Call This Classic..
Unknown

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A. R. Vaughan on November 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've seen some negative reviews on the CD and I have to wonder why. When you purchase the CD you should know what you are getting. How many songs have you heard Lil Jon rap on alone...EXACTLY, none, so don't get this expecting to hear Lil Jon spit. He's not Jay-Z, he's not Nas, or Jada. His music is intended to get you CRUNK, hence the TITLE of the CD. I LOVE IT. It's something that has something for everyone. "Lovers and Friends" will be a #1 song in 2005 as soon as they put out the video, trust me on that one. Jon even gives props to GO-GO with "Skeet Skeet" with DJ Flex out of DC. For all the haters and negativity towards this CD all I can say is that don't expect anything than what you've been getting. Lil Jon knows what he's good at and keeps to it. He makes beats, great beats and has his own style and sound. So don't expect him to veer away from that. THIS IS A GREAT CD for people who know what Lil Jon is and is about. I have no complaints.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill Lumbergh on March 16, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Lil Jon is one of the many reasons why rap is given a negative image. Let me give you a list and explain why I loathe this talentless, shameful act and his disgrace towards society:

1. Voice - Just how can that guy's senseless yelling be tolerated? All this guy does is yell. He doesn't even rap. It's just thoughtless, obnoxious "YAY-YAH" over and over (along with some other stuff). I bet his music couldn't even be considered rap if it weren't for all those guest musicians.

2. Plagiarism - The name "Lil Jon" originated from the Robin Hood tale. It may have a slightly different spelling, but it's just bad enough that he could disgrace history like that. He also uses samples from copyrighted songs and completely butchers the purpose and meaning of that song. I mean, is mixing Slayer's "Raining Blood" intro and Lil Jon's abysmal bellowing necessary? Not at all.

3. "Crunk" - This is also meant to be a plagiarism issue as well, as Dirty South rappers were the first one to coin that phrase. However, Lil Jon wants to take all the credit by taking the word and overusing it over and over so that he seems to be the inventor of that word. Sorry, Jon Smith, but you do not possess credit for creating that word. You just made it into a derivative word that people say, yet they probably have no clue what it means (it means to get drunk and baked).

4. Image - Golden grills make you look like some person who cares less about his dental hygeine. Do you ever remove your sunglasses? And your crunk juice is just a marketing scam.

By all means, avoid this annoying, meaningless, plagiarized trash. Rap isn't (mostly wasn't) just like that way, but thanks to your plague, you have given a once tolerable music genre a bad name.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Anderson on March 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Lil Jon is no rapper, but some of the beats will get you hype.

I did not know who Lil Jon was until I moved to the ATL. In New York, you were not always exposed to the Southern Artist (Outcast was the only Southern Group I knew about). That may have changed since I relocated to the ATL 5 years ago.

Lil Jon and the Eastside boys are NOT RAPPERS nor do they claim to be. They are glorified hype men.

Lil Jon is the King of Crunk, and for those that don't know what the term Crunk means here it is: To get Crunk means to get crazy, maybe get drunk, hype, to be overly energetic. So if you keep being Crunk in the proper perspective you can pretty much say that Lil Jon has accomplished being Crunk with his rowdy, out of control partying and having fun lyrics. That's what Lil Jon and the East Side Boys are about. Many of the songs you can't help but bob your head because the beats are so addictive. Who truly cares what they are talking about (which is nothing really), but the music is bumping!!!! So what he is yelling, see him live and you will yell OOOOOOOOKAYYYYYY right along with him. They don't really talk about anything but getting drunk, partying, and women dancing in the strip clubs. So if you are expecting anything deep, then you are going to be disappointed. But if you are looking for some decent party music, then Lil Jon is your man.

Honestly I think Lil Jon should stay away from slow jams or downbeat songs and stick with the rowdy party music. That's when I like the music the best. Comes in handy when I'm at the gym.

Crunk Juice has enough rowdy songs to keep Lil Jon fans happy. I found the interludes funny especially the ones with Chris Rock on them. Fans of Go Go Music will probably enjoy track #14- Awww Skeet Skeet.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nuisance on March 5, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I only liked two songs of this album Real N***a Roll Call(because of Ice Cube) and Grand Finale(T.I., Bun B, Jadakiss' verses were hot but Ice Cube steals the show). Lovers and Friends might have been a great song for the ladies until Lil Jon decided it was a good idea to rap and ruined the old Michael Sterling classic. More Disposables: Da Blow(chopped and screwed up garbage), One Night Stand, Stick That Thing Out(the second worst track on here), Stop F*****g Wit Me(the worst track one here and Lil Jon gets to annoy metalheads with his bad rapping on this rock/rap infusion. Big Plus!), Awww Skeet(What the.....?) and the rest of this album. Bottom Line: Lil Jon is the worst thing to come out of ATL since..........Jermaine Dupri! Dude couldnt flow to save his pathetic life and the guest appearances are just as bad plus his beats are too redundant now. Besides those two songs that I liked this album should be avoided like a Jehovah's Witness passing out watchtowers.
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