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Malice 'N Wonderland (Explicit) [Explicit]

December 8, 2009

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 4, 2009
  • Release Date: December 4, 2009
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Capitol Records, LLC
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  • Total Length: 53:59
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002ZW8LSE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,124 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Waaaay too much of same sound/beat/I'm stoned, tone.
PenName
If you don't believe it hear it first on the internet, like i do before buying the albums that i really love!!!
Paulo Simoes
Well for one I loved Snoop Dogg since 1992, so it's only natural that I love this album.
Kecia R. Montague

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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Carlos Rodriguez on January 2, 2010
Format: Audio CD
We all know what happened to Snoop. It's this mainstream crap where everyone has to cater to girls and sissys. Another thing you have to blame is California radio stations themselves won't play the west coast artist unless they don't sound like west coast artist. Snoop Dogg lately has done a better jobe as a featured artist for example The Game's 2nd album had "California Vacation." Thats the Snoop Doff real Snoop fans want to hear. Remember in the first Eastsidaz cd Snopp himself said, "youl never catch me going R&B,but you might catcg me in a 3 piece suit lookin way O.G." We been catchin Snoop going R&B for a loooong time now. The best song here is 2 Min. Warning and it's not even 2 min. The worse thing about this album is the artist he is featuring Soulja Boy and Lil Jon. What, he can't work with The Doggpound, Warren G, or Nate Dogg anymore?

Again he is not soley to blame I may not like it, but I understand. I have even seen guys going around bumpin Akon, Usher, and Justin Timberlake. Dont go around cruisin to that trying to act hard because in the 90's no way in hell did guys ever do that. What a bunch of sissys the young guys in this generation are turning out to be. Snoop c'mon 1 last album after this and do it DOGGYSTYLE. Just like THE DOGGFATHER would, you can do cuz you are the TOPDOGG. For the ones that was down with you from day 1 and not just when you did the stuff for the girls. My first cd was DoggyStyle and I know Snoop can really do it like he used to if he just felt like it. I dont mind his kid being in the 1st track, thats pretty cool I just want that real Snoop flavor we aint seen in a long time.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By ironmike on December 18, 2009
Format: Audio CD
even more worse than ego trippin.

he's making an album that doesnt appeal to his fanbase.
alot of snoop fans stopped buying snoops solo records starting from the 2002 release of "paid tha cost to be tha boss" and onwards.
from 2002 all the way to the present, he's been catering to the pop audience, and alienating his real fanbase.
when you only cater to the pop audience, you have to stay in fashion to them, and keep on switching up your style of music to whats hot in pop to stay relevant.
snoop is better off staying true to the westcoast gangsta rap sound, and people will buy his records for it.

hopefully these poor sales for the album mean that snoop gives up on tryin to make albums for the ladies, and goes back to his roots with a straight westcoast bangin gfunk style album like the old days. he'd most probably win back old fans and make new ones aswell. aint no real snoop fans tryna hear no lovey-dovey pop-rnb rap from snoop. think its about time he needs to stop trying to follow trends with pop, rnb & dirty south stuff, and represent your coast properly by making westcoast style rap music.

get it right snoop!

i wont hold my breath for this to happen tho
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chandler on September 24, 2010
Format: Audio CD
After a less than stellar Ego Trippin back in 2008, Snoop comes with his newest a year later after taking over Priority Records (Capitol/EMI) with Malice & Wonderland. On the previous album, Snoop decided to experiment with different froms of music (R&B, Country) just enough that it diverted fans from the songs that we were used to hearing. With this album, Snoop sticks with the original formula which works out for the most part of the album. Also with this album, Snoop shows maturity musically, especially towards his wife (I don't know whats up with these people expect a man in his late 30's to rhyme about topics that he made in his late teens/early 20's...seriously, its called growin up...try it sometimes).

Snoop really gets things started with "I Wanna Rock", a hit single to start off the album. The song is cool with the Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock "It Takes Two" sample (the remix with Jay-Z is much better on More Malice album). Next is the solid "2 Minute Warning" followed by "1800" with Lil' Jon. The production on the latter song makes it good. "Different Languauges" with Jazmine Sullivan is a bouncy love song, and is one of the best on the album. The song is good because Snoop shows of his maturity on the song, and Jazmine's vocals are excellent too. "Gangsta Luv" with The-Drea is another solid song in my opinion. Next up is "Pronto" featuring Soulja Boy, who shows improvement. Lyrically the song is subpar, but it vibes nicely. The next three tracks, "Thats The Homie", "Upside Down" and "Secrets" are completly forgettable. "Pimpin' Ain't EZ" and "Luv Drunk" are great R&B colabs with R.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Havenemperor on February 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've read a lot of bad reviews concerning Bigg Snoop's latest release.
Therefore I haven't been to keen on getting this album. I put it on hold so to speak.
Up until about 2 weeks ago. I decided that, since I've been a dedicated Snoop fan from the start,
I'd buy it anyways.
After listening to the entire album a couple of times I gotta say this:
It's not Snoop's best, but he manages to stay in the Game.
I found that to the classic, G-funk ear the following tracks will prove to be the best on the album:
I Wanna Rock; 1800; Gangsta Luv; Secrets and Pimpin ain't Ez.
Since I've got one of those ears, any one of these tracks would have made me buy this album;
Regardless of the rest it had to offer.
If you like Pharrel, 'Special' is another good one.
If you liked Snoops No Limit period 'That's Tha Homie' sounds familiar.
The other tracks are just Snoop's undisputable way of Playing The Game and remaining POPular. Commercial you say? Hell yeah! But it pays the bills.
There's something on this album for everyone.
G's Up Hoes Down Bigg Snoop!!
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