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Day After

TwistaAudio CD
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)

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For 18 years Twista has been bringing his kinetic flows to the ears of millions of listeners, putting Chicago on the map in the music industry. Always relevant, Twista remains in the game despite a constantly shifting music industry and a new wave of rap artists. Deeming himself the Jason Voorhees of rap, Twista is resilient in the industry as he continues to slay tracks. Chi-town has a major ... Read more in Amazon's Twista Store

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  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000ASTEE0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,239 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Day After - Syleena Johnson
2. Check That H**
3. Chocolate Fe's and Redbones - Johnny P
4. Get It How You Live
5. Lavish - Pharell
6. Girl Tonite - Trey Songz
7. Do Wrong - Lil' Kim
8. Heartbeat
9. Holding Down the Game
10. When I Get You Home (A.I.O.U.) - Jamie Foxx and Pharell
11. So Lonely - Mariah Carey
12. Had to Call - Snoop Dogg and Sleepy Eyed Jones
13. Out Here - Juvenile and SpeedKnot Mobstaz
14. I'm a Winner
15. Hit the Floor - PitBull

Editorial Reviews

Multi platinum Grammy nominated rapper Twista is back once again with his new album, The Day After. The album features 14 new tracks created by Twista and award winning producers, including Scott Storch, Timbaland, Neptunes, Toxic, Cuzo, and David Banner. It also features appearances by Pitbull, Pharrell Williams, Trey Songz and Jamie Foxx. Famed for his rapid-fire flow, Twista has long been among hip-hop's most in-demand MC's, lending his revolutionary technique to records such as stars as Ludacris, P.Diddy, Mariah Carey and Timbaland to name a few. Atlantic. 2005.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not the Same Twista!!!! November 3, 2005
By Norris
Format:Audio CD
Honestly, as a long term fan of Twista's, I considered this CD to be a bit of an under achievement to himself as well as his fans. Although there were a few interesting tracks on

the album, the majority of the CD was exceedingly dull. In addition to that, Twista is still one of the top rappers alive no doubt, but this album was not at all usual for him.

When compared to his previous multi-platinum CDs such as "Adrenaline Rush" and "Kamikaze," this was indeed his poorest output. It showed very little of Twista's outstanding rapping ability.

Primarily, compared to his solo debut album "Adrenaline Rush" released in 1997, his latest CD is almost the opposite. On "Adrenaline Rush" he seemed to be more focused and serious, while still including some lyrical word play, whereas his most recent CD seemed to be a less intensified approach from him rather than the usual level of forcefulness he comes with. His first album had passionate tracks such as "Adrenaline Rush," "Death before Dishonor," and lastly "Emotions."

Secondly, comparing this album to his second most recent album "Kamikaze," makes fans wish the "The Day After" would have never come forward. Nearly every track on the "Kamikaze" was a hit, even the singles that were played on the radio proved so. Just to be certain do the math, match Twista's first single from "Kamikaze" called "Slow Jams" featuring Jamie Foxx and Kanye West to the first single of the new CD called "Girl Tonight" featuring Trey Songs. Which one received more radio play?? Exactly, "Slow Jams" obtained more radio play and assisted his CDs sales.

In conclusion, Twista is still one of the best rappers in this day, but this day after was not at all worth-wild to his fans and it did not show the genius of Twista's lyrical style. Unarguably, this was his worst album.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tight December 22, 2005
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 2-1/2 stars -- MY 700th REVIEW! WHEE!!! June 20, 2006
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After the success of Kamikaze, many diehard Twista fans accused him of having sold out, because it wasn't until he hit the mainstream that he started seeing platinum sales. Love it or hate it, Twista tried to continue that essence with his follow-up, The Day After. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work as well.

Most of the other two-star reviews are pretty accurate (especially Constant and Norris' respective reviews). I think it can be assumed that the day after is Women's Day because Twista is spending most of the album rapping to the ladies (LL Cool J, anyone?). Not only that, but in some places it's a little too obvious that he's trying to recapture the magic of "Slow Jamz". The lead single "Girl Tonite" is the most obvious example of this, especially since Twist is once again naming balladeers and their respective songs. Also, am I the only one to find it a little odd that Twista says "When I touch her, she like" and then TREY says "Oh"? (Think about it a minute.) Another example is an obligatory Neptunes track called "Lavish", where Twista proves that he can't always rap over a slow beat.

Yet another song for the ladies that fails is "So Lonely" featuring Mariah Carey. I don't know what's up with Mimi's voice on the song, but she kind of sounds like a wannabe version of herself. Speaking of weird hooks, "Had to Call" features a chorus sung by somebody named Sleepy Eyed Jones, and he sounds like, well, it's kind of like the equivalent to how DJ Premier would sound if he tried to sing.

There are also some songs that badly use samples, especially the aptly titled "Do Wrong" (with Lil' Kim), which borrows a sample from Al Green's "Love & Happiness". And "I'm a Winner" terribly samples R.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars (3.5 Stars) 'The Day After' Always Brings Regret! November 1, 2005
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I have been following Twista's career ever since his Runnin Off At The Mouth album when he was known as Tung Twista, and his debut video was on The Box! Even when he revised his name to Twista and put out Adrenaline Rush, most cats still didn't know too much about him. Songs like "Get It Wet" and "Emotions" garnered little recognition for the Midwesterner. He put out Mobstability with the Speedknot Mobstaz a year later with even less mainstream buzz than the previous album. After the independent release of Legit Ballin' in 1999, Twista faded into the background and waited for the right time to take on the industry again. Jump ahead five years later when Twista pairs up with a rising Chicago native named Kanye West who has the industry by the horns. Together they finally get Twista some well-deserved respect with Kamikaze. Now Twista releases The Day After to try to retain some of the newly received attention he lacked early on in his career.

Kanye West isn't hovering all over this album like he was with Kamikaze, and you can tell this is the case right away. Twista goes for a pretty diverse approach this time around as if he was a newcomer on the scene or something. He conjures up his harder edge on songs like the sinister "Heartbeat" and the hedonistic "Check That H**." "Get It How You Live" is a hustler's anthem for 2005, while the dreamy "Lavish" and the childlike "When I Get You Home" features the production and vocals of Pharrell as well as Jamie Foxx singing on the latter song. Twista tries his hand at the 'screwed' phenomenon as well on the second half of the song "Holding Down The Game.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars great entertainer
Twista is by far one of the greatest rappers are in a time of my time I simply love his ability to you to rap at such a speed as he do
Published 2 months ago by mr.Griffin
5.0 out of 5 stars The next day is an apocalypse.
Slow Jamz was a huge song, and was how I heard about Kanye, Twista and Jamie Foxx. 2004 was big for Twista, he had three big singles and a couple extras after that. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Addison
4.0 out of 5 stars very good
very good should have bought a while back excellent songs good upbeat enjoyed very much the last song on the album is also like the compiliations with different artist
Published on March 9, 2012 by V. Smith
4.0 out of 5 stars Banger!!
Stand out tracks are 2,3,6,7,10, and 11. I wore this cd out when it first dropped.
Published on September 19, 2010 by Dubbz
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
I just love this cd. It is the best, I know I have heard it before some where but I am glad that I have it all to myself now.
Published on January 24, 2008 by Latisha Allison
3.0 out of 5 stars Above Average (Rating: 7 out of 10- -3.5 stars)
I have to admit, when I heard this album, it was boring. But as time grew, I let this album grow on me. Read more
Published on November 1, 2007 by Chandler
2.0 out of 5 stars He made this one The Day After Kamikaze
If I told you I could have seen this album coming I would be telling you a lie. Adrenaline Rush was a classic,Mobstability was almost perfect and Kamikaze was a flawed but good... Read more
Published on June 9, 2007 by Nuisance
3.0 out of 5 stars No where near Kamikaze
If your buying this because you liked Kamikaze- don't. He's is nowhere near it. Love ya Twista: Kill us All, Drinks, ect... were/are really great. Read more
Published on March 5, 2007 by Charles Hornig
1.0 out of 5 stars Is there a rating LESS than one star?
First off, let me tell you that I LOVE Twista, but this particular version of his CD ("chopped and screwed") will screw you! Read more
Published on September 17, 2006 by 'Mina
5.0 out of 5 stars So lonely - so amazing :-)
This is my second cd of Twista's and I love it. There are some great artists on here with him like Jamie Fox, Syleena Johnson, Pharell, Pitbull and Mariah Carey. Read more
Published on August 5, 2006 by Little Miss Cutey
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