D-12 World (Edited Version)

April 27, 2004 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 27, 2004
  • Release Date: April 27, 2004
  • Label: Shady Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2004 Shady Records/Aftermath Records/Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 1:14:11
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  • ASIN: B000VRQP42
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (378 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,739 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chandler on June 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Eminem's group Dirty Dozen aka D12 (Eminem, Bizarre, Proof, Swifty, Kuniva, Kon Artis aka Mr. Porter) has had many joy times and many sad times throughout their career. With their most recent album D12 World, they were out again to show that they wern't just a sideshow to Eminem.

The album starts off on a strong point, with the songs "Git Up" and "Loyality". "40oz" would be another strong song, as it seems like their loud and club type songs would be their most sucessful. The Group also keeps their normal style of rapping on subjects that many people are used to such as "B***h" and "Get My Gun". "How Come" would be their second single, and I as of many people have an idea that it's dedicated to an old frined Royce The 5'9".

There are many parts of this album that the group falls flat when trying to impress an entire audience. "My Band" might have been aimed to impress listeners MTV wise, but fails miserably (seeing that was the first single). Bizarre would get his cut on a solo "Just Like U" with his perverted rhymes...shouldn't be suprising comming from him. "Leave Dat Boy Alone" is suffered by the singing of Eminem with a southern accent which sounds pathetic. The bonus song "Keep Talkin" just sounds completely terrible.

Two touching songs are towards the end of the album. "Bugz '97" is a rhyme that has late D12 member Bugz rhyming (possibly something they found digging in the crates), as the next track "Good Die Young" would be a song dedicated to him. The song hits even harder today because of the recent murder of member Proof who says "It ain't never late in the game, Satan remains/ with a grudge to see slugs break through my frame/ My heart aches with the pain, the light limits breath/ We gotta have fun now, there's only minutes left...," Damn...
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on August 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've read a lot of these reviews and I've learned this much......Amazon.com critics either get 1,000,000% behind an artist and hands them higher praise/stars than they really should be getting......or they do the exact opposite and just hate it for very childish reasons. Very few people speak on the actual CD, rather they bash Eminem/D12 rather than telling the reader what makes the CD so bad. I've seen reviews that gave this album 1 star because the reviewer prefers Esham instead.....or because he's a white man that hangs out with black men.....or because they're just die hard Ja Rule fans......or simply because he is who he is. Then you have those that give this album 5 stars if for no other reason than the fact that Eminem is associated in some way (we have a word for these two extremes where I'm from: Haters or D*ck Riders). Either way, none of these reviews are acurate and almost all of them fail to speak on the CD itself. This album isn't anywhere close to 5 stars, but it's not deserving of a 1 star either. "D12 World" is typical pop rap. Anyone that bought this album in search of anything else was a fool to begin with. The CD opens with Eminem spitting rhymes that would be ultra tight if they came from someone else, but Eminem (who has always been tight to me up until this point) has lost some steam and on this album it starts to show. I'll speak about the other group members, but as we all know....they don't really matter. Bizarre manages to bring the rating of this album down 2 stars all by himself. If you want some decent rhymes from someone other than Eminem, look for Kon Artis or Proof. Those two should break camp and start doing some solo stuff. There are tracks produced by Kanye West and Lil' Jon (who supplied a VERY weak beat for the "40 Oz.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin on July 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Before I got this cd, I was expecting this to be one of the best cd's so far this year with all the hype behind it. When I picked it up and I heard the first 2 songs I thought it was gonna be but from there it went downhill even though the end does save it. Here is my rating of this cd, all scores out of 5.
1.Git Up-great intro it gets u into the cd, 5
2.Loyalty-I knew Obie or 50 would have to be on this cd but this is a great appearance, 5
3.Just Like U-weird weird song dont really like it, 2.5
4.I'll Be Damned-alrite, 3
5.Dude(skit)
6.My Band-loved it at first cant really stand it now, still gets a 4 though
7.U R The One-an ok song i guess, 3.5
8.6 In The Morning-pretty good, 4
9.How Come-the current single its gonna get soo played out like my band but its good now-4.5
10.Leave That Boy Alone-another ok song,3.5
11.Get My Gun-a funny song, 4.5
12.Bizzare(skit)
13.Bitch-Hillarious song I love it,5.5!
14.Steve's Coffee House(skit)
15.D-12 World-ok i expected more being a Kanye beat, 3
16.40 Oz.-My favorite song on the whole cd i love this song eminem's verse is just amazing-6!
17.Commerical Break-half skit half introduction to new rapper like the song on Devil's Night where we first met Obie
18.American Psycho II-another great song featuring Cyrpress Hill makes it even better, 5.5
19.Bugz 97(skit)-I wouldnt say this was all a skit since Bugz is rapping in it so i'll give it a 4
20.Good Die Young-a great song mourning of their old member Bugz, 4.5
21.Keep Talkin-bonus song dissing ja rule off of one of their mixtapes pretty good, 3.5
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