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The critically-acclaimed follow-up to the RIAA certified gold "Out Tha Box" by Grammy nominated Tonex. Features the hit single "Fail U".

1. California 2006
2. Checkmate
3. Anthony
4. Chollas Parkway
5. U Need The Master
6. Tippy
7. Alright
8. Can't U See
9. You
10. My Friend
11. Like
12. Stones (feat. Jeff Majors)
13. Fail U
14. God'z Got It
15. Priceless
16. Now
17. Out The Game (feat. Gibraan)
18. When My Words
19. Feelings (feat. Karen Carpenter)
20. Stay
See all 24 tracks on this disc

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 14, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Nureau Ink
  • ASIN: B000K14L72
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,894 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Vintagious on December 24, 2006
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When I found out that Tonex was coming out with another album, I was instantely hooked on the idea that I was going to cop the CD. First of all, it was said that Tonex was retiring and that really saddened me because I absolutely love this mans ministry. All of his albums are totally off the chain and I had to get his new one. I must say, I cant even tell you how wonderful this album is! If you liked ANY of his other albums, you WILL fall in love with this album like I have. I can't begin to name favorites because both the cds are really really good!! Now I will tell you if you dont like contemporary gospel or Hip-hop and R&P Gospel, this cd is definetely not for you!! If you into any kind of contemporary gospel, this album will bless you in the same way it has blessed me!! Please don't burn because Tonex is no longer on an international label, he put this album out on his record company independently, so please buy and don't burn!! We woudn't want the same to be done to US inspiring musicians, so buy this album and you will be glad you did!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CHARActer on March 23, 2007
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To: those that are open-minded and real, YOU WILL LOVE this cd! It is unheard of that in "gospel" music you get a raw message. There are very few people that speak on issues from their heart exactly the way they feel it. Yes, there are songs on this cd that don't talk directly about God, but they do relate to life, which is impossible without God.

The songs that I like best are:

1. "When My Words Are Few": In this song Tonex is just talking about being in a backslidden state and because of that he doesn't necessarily act as he normally would. He's not glorifying that, but he says (in the song) "I'm not mad at you, things I'm going through, make me act a fool, please don't think I'm cruel really normally I'm cool, when my words are few..."

2. "Feelings": This is another song in which Tonex allows himself to transparently speak on the issues that he struggles with. This is the first verse and I think it speaks for the rest of the song: "A being forever learning, a body forever yearning, a flip of the coin reads tales or heads, but the odds are fifty-fifty, half of me is right one side is wrong, and so I demonstrate this song, I tried, but I could not fight it I tried but I can't deny it, habitual rituals unsweet, well initially they do taste good but the end is so bitter it takes my soul, but I could never let the saints know I'm out of control."

3. "Stay": A TRUE worship song. It's talking about spending time with God... communing with Him, talking with Him, honoring His presence. It talks about how we put Jesus on hold or to the side to do other things that we feel are important; all the while, God is simply saying "STAY with me."

Those are just my favorites, but honestly speaking if you like part of the cd you'll most likely like all of the cd.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By catboyzee on August 31, 2007
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Too bad more Christians don't have the nerve to tell the truth about their issues and put their business on front street. On the other hand I'll definitely feel Tonex is pushing the boundaries of Christian maturity, decency and order. This isn't something I feel children should be listening to; maybe it should have included a Parental Advisory label. I'm mean, there are blatant references to pornography, drug use, and sexual innuendo throughout the disc. The music is slammin though; Soul/R&B through and through. Solid vocals too. Tonex channels Stokely(Mint Condition), Prince, and even R. Kelly at times. Maybe that explains the sexual explicity of some the lyrics(lol). Still, isn't this pushing it for someone who is supposed to be a Christian preacher and pastor? Maybe he's thinking of doing the Sam Cooke/Johnnie Taylor/Al Green thing and use this project as a springboard into the secular. You be the judge. I'm just enjoying the music, because the music is hot. In the meantime let's all pray for the brother while he's going through whatever is attacking his mind. Whew, this CD is something else...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T. Johnson on March 1, 2007
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I love this cd, Tonex is a genious, he is always experimenting with different things, that is why I love his music, he is always keeping it fresh. Let Tonex take you on a journey, if you have an open mind you will love this cd.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. D. Hill on April 4, 2007
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All the songs on this album are very ispirational and aspiring.........Tonex is the future .........this album is a must have go tonex go
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I am a serious Tonex fan. I just got my copy of this CD and evokes such emotions in me. It's like witnessing someone's personal meltdown, honest, raw, and intense. It's like looking at something so painful you want to turn your head away, except you're listening. It's depression set to music, it's reflective. The truth is we've all been there at one time or another and he does a good job of capturing these feelings, as well as the conflicts and afflictions of those attempting to live a Christian lifestyle while engaged in battles of the mind, body, and the spirit. The musicianship of this work is excellent and true to form in terms of what we've grown to expect from Tonex--he keeps it interesting. Anyone with similar struggles will get it, and be ministered to. Definitely not your grandma's gospel, but ageless honesty real enough for this generation.
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