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  • Audio CD (July 31, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Tvt
  • ASIN: B00005MJYE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,668 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. I Luv It
3. Eastside Ridaz
4. Crip Hop
5. I Don't Know
6. Welcome 2 Tha House
7. Friends
8. Gang Bang 4 Real
9. I Pledge Allegiance
10. Now Is The Time
11. Cool
12. Dogghouse In Your Mouth
13. Connected
14. Mac Bible Chapter 211 Verse 20-21
15. Break A B***h Til I Die
16. Sticky Fingers
17. There Comes A Time
18. Late Night
19. So Low
20. Everywhere I Go

Editorial Reviews

Snoop Dogg Presents Tha Eastsidaz - Duces 'N Trayz ... The Old Fashioned Way. This follow-up from their platinum debut features guest appearances by Nate Dogg, Mobb Deep, Kurupt, Lil' Mo, Tha Angels as well as production by Hi-Tek, Battlecat, Alchemist an

Customer Reviews

Snoop Dogg and the Eastsidaz create magic on almost every song.
Enlightened
Snoop doesn't actually do much on this record except occasionly the hooks, which is good because Snoop hasn't thrown a REALLY good verse in nearly 10 years.
Hostile Entity
The production is excellent and Goldie Loc and Tray Deee and at their best.
"modogg"

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tysha Lema on August 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
From Blues , Jazz, funk , to rap; good rhythme is very important
and should never be forgotten. Rock stars remember Elvis and Jimmy Hendricks for their achievements and contributions to music. The Beetles are constantly praised for their style of music, many artist have mimicked their styles along with thier own flavor. Snoop has done that as well, by acknowleging the great Funk Masters of the past and adding his own flavor. His style of rap is so unique, that people of all ages will enjoy listening. Snoop closes the generation gap; where as a young person may not listen to Bootsie's Rubber Band they will listen to Snoop and get a taste of the Funkadelic erra and enjoy it. The more matured adult who would not ordinarilly listen to rap, will listen to Snoop Dogg because they loved the Funk erra and hear that strategically played in his music. Snoop's music is great!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vinny Mac on August 2, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I love this album! It's ten times better than the first one, and that one was great too. I'm a true underground head, so I don't really check for the West Coast besides Xzibit & Ras Kass. But this album is really good. DJ Hi Tek, Alchemist, DJ Pooh, Battlecat, Fred Wreck, Meech Wells, Swizz Beats and more. A perfect album.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Well folks, after years of waiting, the population's craving of some good Snoop Dogg music has finally been quenched. This cd is one of the best I have gotten in a long time. It has great beats and smooth lyrics that stay in your head all day. I'm not kidding, if you liked Snoop back in the Doggystyle days, then pick up this cd and listen to it, it's real. It beats out St. Lunatics and D12 by a long shot. I have been waiting for a good Dogghouse cd ever since I heard let downs like Da Game is 2 Be Sold and stuff like that. No fooling, hook up with this album, a taste of old school mixed with new millenium. It's hot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on November 11, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Snoop Dogg presents the Eastsidaz sophomore set Duces N Trayz was released earlier this year on the Dogghouse Label and it doesn't disappoint. There is no sophomore slump here thats for sure. This was released hot after Snoop's excellent Last Meal and there is no falloff for Snoop.
The production is what makes this cd better than their debut. Where the debut had that old G-Funk sound of early Snoop work, this one brings in the new element.......Crip Hop. The west coast sound was effectively updated on this cd. Production is provided by Battlecat(who is quickly becoming one of my favorite producers) Hi-Tek, Alchemist, FredWreck, Meech Wells, Jelly Roll, Ric Rock and Swizz Beats providing a tasty west coast platter.
The rhyming is provided by the Eastsidaz (Snoop, Goldie Loc, and Tray Dee) with guest appearances by the usual family members: Kokane, Latoiya Williams, Doggys Angels, Nate Dogg, Soopafly, Suga Free, Bad Azz, Butch Cassidy, Kurupt, RBx and others as well as outside talent provided by Mobb Deep. The rapping, for the most part, is satisfyingly gangsta without overdoing it. They remain real and believable on their songs (instead of just gangsta talk) which is great.
My favorite song is Crip Hop where Battlecat beautifully crafts an outstanding beat. The Eastsidaz come correct lyrically and Latoiya Williams on the break demonstrates why she needs a solo album with her sultry ghetto singing voice. The chemistry between the participants is off the chain. Other notable tight songs include: ILuvIt, Eastside Ridaz, I Dont Know, Welcome To the House, Friends, Gang Bang For Real, Cool, Dogghouse In Ya Mouth( a diss to Death Row), Connected, There Comes A time, Late Night, and Lo Low. Connected is surprisingly a very good song feat. Mobb Deep.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fatboy-Dems on January 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Firstly, i'm a BIG fan of Snoop and love all hiz work! I've recently even learned to like Tha Game Is Not To Be Sold so I must like him!! I just can't see how people like this over the original Snoop Dogg Presents! Fair enough this is a five star effort from Tha 'sidaz but the first effort wuz more of what I wanted.. It's faster and still comes correct on the lyrical front.
People are right, production is tighter on this one.. But slower, other people seem to not mention this, maybe that doesn't matter to them but it does to me. Also I need to say (as no-one else does) Tray Deee has to be my favourite rapper, he's soooo talented with hiz rhymes. Hiz voice is gravely and rough but hiz ryhmes are smooth and slick.. Every word seems to rhyme which is hard to find! Snoop n Goldie Loc are o.k but Tray blows them both away!!
All songs on the album are good, some are excellent - I Love It & Now Is The Time - but like I said it's good but slow... If you like the ol' G-Funk go for the 1st album Snoop Dogg Presents Tha Eastsidaz before you get this as it IS superior (don't listen to every1 else), but essentially you need both. Peace
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album is definitely an improvement over the first since it's much more consistent. Tray Deee really shines on this album and proves he's a skilled and talented emcee and belongs with the elite of west coast emcees like Xzibit, Crooked I, Del, and Ras Kass. Goldie Loc is a good complement to Tray Deee's aggressive style. However the strength of this album is the music. Battlecat, DJ Hi-Tek, Fredwreck, et al give this album a dope, funky, musical ride with influences from 70's era funk combined with new school hip hop. The combination worked brilliantly. This album is maybe 2 week cuts from being a masterpiece but as far as I'm concerned this is a must buy.
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