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Loyal To The Game Explicit Lyrics

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PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED MATERIAL. INCLUDES 12 SONGS PRODUCED BY EMINEM & 4 BONUS TRACKS. FEATURED ARTISTS INCLUDE: 50 CENT, JADAKISS, LLOYD BANKS, NATE DOGG, OBIE TRICE, OUTLAWZ, RON ISLEY, SLEEPY BROWN & YOUNG BUCK. PRODUCED BY: EMINEM WITH ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION BY: SCOTT STORCH, RED SPYDA & RAPHAEL SAADIQ. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: AFENI SHAKUR & EMINEM. EXPLICIT VERSION.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 14, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Amaru/Interscope
  • ASIN: B0006IGGLS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (372 customer reviews)
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Don't waste your time arguing weather or not Eminem, 50, G-Unit or anybody else on here deserves to be on a track with Pac. Fact is that that for the past couple of years, the integrity of 2Pac's music has been thrown out the window. So, the listener pretty much just has to accept this the way it is if they want to have any chance of enjoying 2Pac's new music at all. "Loyal to The Game" is already released so just take it for what it is.

Eminem's work on Resurrection was really good and he normally does a decent effort at worst with his production. So, when it was announced that he was handling most of the production on here, this album defiantly had a lot of potential. Starting off "Soldier Like Me" has nothing really wrong with the track that I can think of though. Although, it is painfully obvious that there's something wrong with the recording of Tupac's voice. It is slightly distorted and sounds slowed down to fit the beat. Eminem here only offers what is now becoming a typical Em chorus with the singing and all. None the less a decent song with solid production.

"The Uppercut" sounds more pure than most of the other tracks, the production here is really solid. Both Tupac's verses are clear and sound as if he could have actually recorded over the beat. The chorus sounds a bit distorted though, and is almost too obviously pieced from a different song. The second verse is all to short as well. It's refreshing to here The Outlawz on here, even if it's not EDI or Noble's best effort. Again it ends up being a decent track.

"Out on Bail" has another great beat, here it's more fast-paced. Tupac flows on here nicely. The chorus even sounds like something that you would have herd on Me Against the World, so it fits quite well.
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I for one am a huge 2Pac fan and when I heard a new CD was coming out I was excited! But after hearing this "album" I am so dissapointed. Most of the beats were by Eminem and although I dont hate Eminem I cant stand what he did with his executive producer position on this CD! He slowed down 2Pac's vocals, Sped up 2Pac's vocal, and cut-n-pasted words together to make 2Pac say things like "Obie", "Em", "G-Unit", and more. Some of the voals on this CD are sped up so much that 2Pac sounds like he is twelve years old (refer to "A Crooked N**ga Too [The Eminem Version]"! No lie! If you buy this CD all it will do is tell Amaru / Interscope that you will pay for a Tupac CD no matter what they do to it. I know we all love Tupac but take a stand for Tupac and remind the powers that be that we want 2Pac the way 2Pac wanted to present it to us! The only song worth listening to on this whole CD is "Loyal To The Game" produced by Dj Quikk. Do yourself a favor and leave this one in the store.
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I have all 2-PAC bootleg cds or songs! and they are bumpin!eminem should stop messing with the best, and, god of rap ever!music. pac wouldnt like a white guy messing with his beats. i have the real beats and, they sound way better than the ones people or eminem came out with they sound like crap. [...] if u want the real beats buy the bootleg ones that came out back then thats the best music ever!pac is the best noone will ever be him or get close to be him RIP PAC! we LOVE U! WE MISS U!wish u where here so u could put a stop to eminem messing up your music![...]
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I got this album online about three weeks ago, and just today bought it, on release day. I have gone through it about 30 times, in the car, or at home, and here is my conclusion simply put: Amazing.

Most of the songs were recorded in 1993, before Death Row, before beef with Biggie & Bad Boy, right at the birth of T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E.. There is no "Westside, Outlawz, Bad Boy Killa" talk regularly in the tracks like his later recorded material.

The material features production by Eminem on 13 of the 17 tracks (DJ Quick, Raphael Saadiq, Scott Storch & Red SPyda provide beats for the final four cuts), similar to Last Year's "Tupac: Resurrection." Dark melodies, matched perfectly on almost every attempt to Tupac's lyrics.

Some of my personal favorites are:

Ghetto Gospel - Uses an Elton John sample (he is not a guest, it is a sample of "Indian Sunset") where Tupac talks about his relationship with the Lord, "When I write rhymes I go blind & let the Lord do his thang." the future of the world (youth), his critics who don't understand him, as well as his outlook on life, relevant even today. "Before we find world peace, we gotta find peace & end the war on the streets." It's a good song about struggle, along the theme of "Keep Ya Head Up." Elton John blends so perfectly into the theme of this song.

"Who Do You Love?" Is another favorite in heavy rotation in my car stereo, classic rugged & raw delivery from Tupac, and eerily close to today's ways (everyone seems to have an opinion on 2Pac, or a movie or a CD or whatever talking about him & his impact) "Everybody actin' like they know me, but they ain't down like my m*****f***** homies."

"Black Cotton" seems to come out at a perfect time to match Nas' "These Are Our Heroes (Streets Disciple).
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