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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is an American hip hop band from Cleveland, Ohio formed in 1991. It originally consisted of rappers Layzie Bone, Flesh-n-Bone, Bizzy Bone, Krayzie Bone, and Wish Bone. Rapper Eazy-E of the group N.W.A signed Bone Thugs-N-Harmony to Ruthless Records in late 1993, when Bone Thugs debuted with an EP Creepin on ah Come Up which included the hit single “Thuggish Ruggish ... Read more in Amazon's Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Store

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  • Audio CD (November 24, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Ruthless
  • ASIN: B00000DHSE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (274 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,822 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Da Introduction
2. East 1999
3. Eternal
4. Crept And We Came
5. Down '71 (The Getaway)
6. Mr. Bill Collector
7. Budsmokers Only
8. Crossroad
9. Me Killa
10. Land Of Tha Heartless
11. No Shorts, No Losses
12. 1st Of Tha Month
13. Buddah Lovaz
14. Die Die Die
15. Mr. Ouija 2
16. Mo' Murda
17. Shotz To Tha Double Glock

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One of the Best albums ever made.
Enlightened
Bone Thugs N Harmony's "E.1999 Eternal",in my opinion is the best flowing album by a rap group ever.
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The beats on this album are amazing and the lyrics are tight as hell.
L. Lawrence

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on February 22, 2000
Format: Audio CD
To say this is a classic album would be a gross understatement. Few hip hop albums are as influential and groundbreakin' as this. Probably Bone's finest work to date (Art Of War is great too though). They took more time on this album than on Creepin On Ah Come Up. The beats are more complex and sophisticated, as seen in the beautiful flute work of Eternal, No Shorts/No Losses, Mo Murda, and Tha Crossroads, all produced by the one and only DJ Uneek. The songs portray the album concept, of how Bone tells the story of street life in their native Cleveland, Ohio. It is their ghetto diary, of of pain and struggle. Their lyrics are hardcore on here, but are were also a reality for them at the time. Its too bad that todays hip hop doesnt produce albums of this caliber and critically acclaimed status. Its been almost 5 years, and i still listen to it like it was brand new. All the songs on here are nicely constructed. Bone took gangsta rap and put harmony into it, and with Uneek behind the boards, they have created a COMPLETLY new style of hip hop. Though Creepin On Ah Come Up came out first, this was the album to revolutionize the Bone style. The combo of Bone's unique style and Dj Uneeks production skills makes for an unstoppable combo. From the Intro to Shotz, the listener taken on a journey through Clevelands roughest ghetto, but from a safe distance. Ive never seen a cd constructed with such pyro-technic skill and brillaincy. This should be a Amazon.com MUST-HAVE recording. Buy it now if you havent! Its simply the greatest album EVER made.
P.S. Go pick up Bone's new album, BTNHressurection, on Feb 29th (the day it comes out)!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By somedude on January 4, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I've been a huge fan of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony since "Foe Da Love of $" (yeah, I know "Thuggish Ruggish Bone" preceded it, but "Foe Da Love of $" was the track that won me over). The more I listened to the "Creepin' on ah come up" EP, the more I loved it. I became obsessed with deciphering and memorizing the lyrics and listened to the songs on that EP hundreds of times...literally. So suffice it to say I was eagerly awaiting "E. 1999 Eternal" for months and bought it the day it came out it (for those of you too young to remember, people used to buy CD's).

This album is, basically, perfect. EVERYTHING came together just right. Each Bone member had their own unique style/delivery, D.J Uneek's/Tony-C's beats provided the perfect backdrop for their unique delivery, Eazy-E's mentoring ensured that only the best songs were created, and this was the album where Bone got the rapping/harmonizing balance just right. But there is a somewhat intangible element, or set of elements, that escalates this album to the top. There is an all-encompassing dark/eerie/gritty/authentic/underworld/occult/psychic feel that permeates the entire album, and THAT is what takes this LP from "great" to "magical". It's rare for an album to have a number of tracks that stand out yet still have their own individual sound, but: "Da Introduction, East 1999, Eternal, Crept and We Came, Mr. Bill Collector, The Getaway, Tha Crossroads, First of the Month, Die Die Die and Mo' Murda" are all fantastic and impressively unique. There's not a single weak track on the album, but to have so many stand-out stellar tracks is a rarity.

One of the things that is most impressive about this LP is how fresh it sounds...and I mean that in the literal sense. "The Chronic" was great, but it sounds dated.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tajai313 on August 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
from ''da introduction'' to ''shotz...'' this album is bangin, each and evry track. bone comes at you with a quick n smooth devilery, which has been imatated time after time, with meaningful lyrics and great beats coming from dj u-neek. krayzie has always been the most talented in my eyes, n on evry track here he comes proper. bizzy still had the ''RIPsta style'' on here so you know im feelin that. layzie asserts himself well on most evry track, n you can tell he has much heart in each rhyme he spit. wish comes hard as hell on here, n drops one of the sickest verses i ever hear before on ''mo murda''. flesh also murders evry track he on, which is limited as he isnt on much songs. standout tracks include ''eternal'', ''down '71 (the getaway)'', ''mr.bill collector'', ''crossroad'', ''land of tha heartless'', ''no shorts,no losses'', ''1st of tha month'', ''buddah lovaz'', ''mo murda'', n ''shotz to the double glock'', but on evry track bone drops mad rap skills. if you looking for a great urban music lp, def purchase this, its worth ya money, as i rate this as 1 of the top 5 albums,period, along with legal drug money- lost boyz, still standing- goodie mob, all eyez on me- 2pac, n they never saw me coming- tq.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By animate ~ on July 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album was one of the first rap albums that I ever attached myself to. At age 14, I had a new group of best friends that listened to Bone nearly all day. Their older brothers and cousins had introduced them, and so I was introduced second hand. "Mr. Bill Collector" and especially "Notorious Thugz" were songs that I came to hear everyday, along with the whole cannon of Bone albums and occasionally some of the group's solo albums (which nearly always lack something that the group has when together).

Something that always attracted me to Bone was their obliviousness to the trends that populated the rap scene. This album sounds alot like it's peers--Biggie Smalls and Twista are noteworthy--but at the same time holds something that the other didn't, as if the Cleveland boys new something that the east and west coasters' didn't. Bizzy Bone's 2005 release, Speaking in Tongues, is a good indicator of this, as is some of Mo Thugs collective work. But now I'm getting off the subject.

The production is tight and never does it protrude so as to eclipse the lyrics. The rhymes themselves are interesting, if not sometimes confusing. Bone (especially Bizzy) is obsessed with apocalyptic imagery; skulls, hellfire and angels work their way into nearly every song on this album. "Crept And We Came" is a good example: "Ready be off 'em in a coffin, and a all'll be sprayed. Follow the murderous gauge. Follow me murderous ways." The high pitched synth line works well with the piano hook here, as it does on nearly every track that Bone has done. If anything can be said of them, it would definitely be that they work well with string instruments. Shouting out to their homies, or puttin' a shotgun to your chest--it's all encompassed by a somewhat ethnic sense of style.
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where can i find an original pressing of the cd
I have a copy of the album with 18 tracks that has the more popular version of Crossroads (really Tha Crossroads DJ U-neek mix) as a bonus track (#18) and Crossroad ("and Wally even though you're gone...") as track #8. The UPC # is 5099748103864 and there is another number on the case:... Read More
Jan 10, 2007 by G. Fiumara |  See all 4 posts
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