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listen  2. How Life Changed (Feat. Mitchelle'l & Scarface) [Explicit] 4:30$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  5. That's All She Wrote (Feat. Eminem) [Explicit] 5:18$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  6. No Mercy (Feat. The - Dream) [Explicit] 4:07$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 7, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,547 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Grand Hustle/Atlantic recording artist T.I. has announced the release of his hugely anticipated new album, 'No Mercy.' The Grammy Award-winning rapper's first new collection since 2008's 2x-RIAA platinum certified 'Paper Trail' arrives on December 7th. 'No Mercy,' T.I.'s seventh studio album, sees guest appearances from Kanye West, Eminem, Chris Brown, The-Dream, and Christina Aguilera with production from top producers including, Dr. Luke ('Magic,' 'Right Round'), Danja ('My Love,' 'Knock You Down') and Jim Jonsin ('Whatever You Like,' 'Lollipop.') What's more, 'No Mercy' is already being ushered by the new single, 'Get Back Up (feat. Chris Brown).' The companion video, shot in Atlanta, world premiered on BET's 106th & Park, with a sneak peek during MTV's 'The Seven,' as well as T.I.'s official website,

The Deluxe Version contains 2 bonus tracks and special packaging.

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So, my advice, BUY THIS CD!
This is purely a very mainstream take on hip-hop with no effort or talent required to dumb down the populous and ignore the real scenery.
Overall album is kinda wack with 3 or 4 good songs.

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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on December 7, 2010
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Throughout his music career, T.I. has been in and out of trouble. Whether the subject of beef and violence with other rappers such as Gucci Mane, Ludacris, Lil Flip, or Shawty Lo, jail sentences with the infamous weapons charge in response to his friend's murder and most recently his blatant violation of probation of making illegal u-turns with various drugs in his possession after he had "gotten off easy". But yet T.I. served his community service admirably by enthusiastically visiting schools and helping the youth at detention centers. He even miraculously talked a man down from jumping off a building earlier this year prior to his prison sentence.

To many fans it is puzzling why he cannot stay out of trouble. He has a family that counts on him, the record label has stalled with output without him, his acting career is on the verge having appeared in American Gangster and more recently Takers alongside some talented actors, and the endorsements and TV shows continue to roll in. The mistakes and the lapses in judgment are pretty much unexplainable.

So when T.I. got out of jail earlier this year and started to prepare his comeback most people were eager to see what he had in store and if he could still do it. There were whispers of T.I. falling off and not having a "buzz" for this album...mostly through the blogs who overhype certain acts and downplay others.

Earlier this year he dropped "Bump" A Mixtape , even though it was overshadowed by Rick Ross' Albert Anastacia which dropped on the same day, was still a solid mixtape to whet the appetite and start the T.I. comeback campaign. In the next few months he released a flurry of singles including Hell Of A Life, Got Your Back ft. Keri Hilson, I'm Back, Yeah Ya Know (Takers), Ya Hear Me, and Remember Me ft. Mary J.
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49 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Akash VINE VOICE on December 7, 2010
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I'm almost embarrassed of the review I wrote of T.I.'s last album, Paper Trail. I called it "astounding in its sincerity" and applaud T.I. for his "nuanced understanding of life" and for owning up to his mistakes. Boy, did he have me fooled. No Mercy is little more than Paper Trail Redux. We hear the same tired excuses, the same promises to change and the same admonition of his so-called "haters." Except this time, instead of a good record we get a feature-heavy mess rushed out the door before another jail stint, from a rapper than can't seem to embody the role model he keeps trying to convince us that he is.

The parallels between this record and Paper Trail are numerous. On Paper Trail we heard "Apologies to the fans, I hope you can understand it" while on this album we get "Apologies to my fans, and my closest friends/ For letting you down, I won't take you down this road again," (on a track featuring that other poster boy for good decisions, Chris Brown). On Paper Trail Tip rapped ""You've seen it all before guys, know how the story goes/ It's like Tupac never died, sit back enjoy the show," and here we get "Blatant displays today of hypocrisy, boy you gots to be kiddin' me/ Could it be possible, second coming of `Pac is me." "Swing Your Rag" from Paper Trail is "Salute" on No Mercy, "Poppin' Bottles" is this album's "Every Chance I Get," Tip swaps out Rihanna for Christina Aguilera and gives us "Castle Walls" instead of "Live Your Life," another vehicle for him to lament the trials of fame and fortune. T.I. even ensures that listeners relive the horror of "Porn Star" through "Strip.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brent Faulkner, Jr. VINE VOICE on December 19, 2010
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T.I. has hit the `high watermark' within his career several times - or rather with several albums. 2003's Trap Muzik is regarded as a high mark, helping to propel the MC to `star status' while 2006's King, arguably his best effort, won the rapper a Grammy for best rap solo performance for the ubiquitous trunk-rattler "What You Know." 2008's Paper Trail gave T.I. his biggest commercial boost, becoming his first album certified double platinum. After and in-between all of the successes, T.I. has fell victim to a host of problems, most prominently being jail. No Mercy is forced to thrive as an album from T.I. being in prison. Sure, some artists have successfully sold albums from jail (Lil Wayne), but most times the albums tend to flop (Lil Kim's `The Naked Truth' or Shyne's `Godfather Buried Alive.' `No Mercy's' fate is yet to be determined, but there are numerous factors working against it. The first is merely that first week sales are off by nearly 400,000 copies from 2008's `Paper Trail.' The bigger factor, however, is the fact that the effort is `second rate' by the MC's standards, perhaps making it seem as if T.I. should have waited to release an album with stronger, more inspired material than this one. That is not to say there aren't some solid moments, but for the most part, you can find much better, higher quality moments from the rest of T.I.'s discography.

"Welcome to the World" features rap standouts Kanye West and KiD CuDi.
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