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Resurrection ~ Soundtrack

How do you separate this release from the rest in the posthumous Tupac cottage industry? Quite easily, actually. Resurrection is the soundtrack to the movie of the same name, so it does not feature slapped together re-mixes with producers that flaunt below-average beat portfolios. The album does have its share of sketchy moments, starting with the five-second "Intro," which has Tupac mumbling "…now this is the next level with this new album." The idea of stitching together castaway Tupac vocal snippets is nothing new to his estate, and this collection contains four previously unreleased tracks, two amply re-tooled by Eminem ("Ghost," "One Day at a Time") and the other two being duets with Notorious B.I.G. ("Runnin'") and thug du jour 50 Cent ("The Realest Killaz"). Where this compilation differs from the rest, however, is that it culls together music from different stages of Tupac's development, from his pubescent days accessorizing Digital Underground’s funk-fuelled sound ("Same Song") to the days where his persecution complex set in ("Starin’ Through My Rear View"). Resurrection is executive produced by his mother Afeni, so the motivation behind it is legitimate--for those still skeptical about the modern day Tupac cash grab. --Dalton Higgins

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Ghost
  3. One Day At A Time (with Eminem featuring the Outlawz)
  4. Death Around The Corner
  5. Secretz Of War
  6. Runnin' (Dying To Live) - featuring the Notorious B.I.G.
  7. Holler If Ya Hear Me
  8. Starin' Through My Rear View
  9. Bury Me A G
  10. Same Song
  11. Panther Power
  12. Str8 Ballin'
  13. Rebel Of The Underground
  14. The Realist Killaz - featuring 50 Cent

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: November 14, 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Amaru/Interscope
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000DZ3GK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,510 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mark on January 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Im not very big on soundtracks, but when it comes to Tupac releasing another album, im all about it. Especially when there is 4 unreleased songs on it, Besides the numerous other great songs. Im a big, big 'Pac fan and this is a great soundtrack.
5/5 Stars
1. Intro - Weird, Just Pac introducing the new album.
2. Ghost - ***** - May be best Unreleased Song On Album.
3. One Day At A Time - **** -Alright, not crazy about the beat.
4. Death Around the Corner - *****From MATW, Great Song.
5. Secretz Of War -*****From SIR, Great Lyrics, Great Beat W/Outlawz.
6. Runnin (Dying to Live)-*****Good Song, Great Beat.
7. Holler if Ya hear Me -*****-From Strictly, Great Old School Song.
8. Starin Thru My Rear View -*****From Another Movie, Great Deep Lyrics.
9. Bury Me A G -****Some More Older Pac material, but its all good.
10. Same Song -*****Great Song w/Digital Underground.
11. Panther Power -*****Very very old, just listen to his voice. Still has the passion though.
12. Str8 Ballin' -*****Great Beat, Great Lyrics.
13. Rebel Of the Underground -****From 2Pacalypse Now, Great Older Song.
14. The Realest Killaz -****Good Song, not big on 50's Part.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Tupac was a genius - a poet - a lyrical wonder. His vision has contributed so much to young America and given hope to so many people. This album chronicles his excellence in many fashions. By tapping into some of his more brilliant, yet slept on old tracks, while incorporating some new vibes with Eminem's production, the Outlawz, B.I.G and 50 Cent, this album is a must for any tru Pac fan. I know Pac's message always speaks relevance in my life, and everything from the production, the lightly sprinkled cameo appearances and Pac's classic flow, this album will be in heavy rotation for a great length of time..."Until the End of Time", as Tupac would say.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Gribble on March 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is a surprisingly good compilation for the Tupac "Resurrection" Soundtrack. Although it might appear to be new release from the 2Pac camp, it's not in the same sense that we've grown accustom to (love or hate) in the past 7 years or so. "Resurrection" actually balances new material quite well with old material - tracks that serve as a retrospective of his career. While Amaru Entertainment could have easily put together another "Greatest Hits" type of album to accompany the film, they instead have chosen to unearth some of Tupac's less familiar classics.

The listener gets to hear the fire from one of Pac's earliest documented recordings "Panther Power". It's astonishing to see that he would only live up to the potential created from this song, which dates to 1989! Pac's official debut can be found on here as well, "Same Song" from Digital Underground's "This is an EP".

From there we hear the less played out Pac cuts from his first three albums: "Rebel of the Underground" from "2Pacalypse Now", "Holler If Ya Hear Me" (which is highly underrated and is often accompanied by it's classic video) from "Strictly For My N****s", "Bury Me A G" & "Str8 Ballin" from "Thug Life Vol. I" and "Death Around The Corner" appears from "Me Against the World".

The Death Row era which was his most successful period (ironically most detrimental) is suspiciously absent. Despite the fact that this is probably Suge's fault, it's still a weakness for "Resurrection". The addition lesser known tracks from "All Eyez On Me" and "The 7 Day Theory" would have been clutch ("Can't C Me", "Only God Can Judge Me", "Me And My Girlfriend" or "Life As An Outlaw" would have been jaw dropping in this line-up).
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Itani Mullik on September 16, 2004
Format: Audio CD
As it relates to the 2Pac:Resurrection SDTK, I'm gonna keep it short & sweet. PACxploitation at best. And I mean that in a good way. While I was LOVIN' Eminem's reworking of "Runnin"(f/t Notorious B.I.G., RIP), and the joints from 'Pac's older works, the album would've passed for a classic if there weren't such a D12 flavor about the joints featurin' Outlawz...and now that 50 is startin' to pop out...Em could've left him off of Realest Killaz, cause while he's clownin' Ja still...HE AINT PAC EITHER, only a petty thief from up north who got shot up and lived to see another day. But overall, this one's still a keeper if for nothin' other than hearin' Pac & Biggie together. Pac & Biggie, RIP.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MakaveliThaDon38648 on December 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't too sure about buyin this album. In case u haven't noticed the new 'Pac albums aren't anything like is older classics. But I decided to give this one a shot. Boy did I make the right decision. There are unreleased songs on here and older classics. Every single song on here is good. This is a CD u can play all the way through without skippin any songs. Biggie, The Outlawz, Eminem, Digital Underground, 50 Cent, and more appear on this album.

1.) Intro - 2Pac introducin this album. Not ratin.

2.) Ghost - An unreleased song. A very good beat and lyrically awesome. 9.5/10

3.) One Day At A Time Ft. Eminem & Outlawz - Another unreleased song. This is probably one of three the best songs on here. 2Pac, Em, and The Outlawz rap good on this one. 10/10

4.) Death Around The Corner - From Me Aginst The World. A classic song. 9/10

5.) Secretz Of War Ft. The Outlawz - From Still I Rise. Two out of the Three best songs on here. Actually this song might top One Day At A Time and Realest Killas on this album. 10/10

6.) Runnin' (Dying To Live) Ft. Biggie - Another unreleased song. The hit single from this CD. Produced by Eminem. 9.5/10

7.) Holler If Ya Hear Me - From Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. A young 'Pac. It's pretty good, not the best, but pretty good. 8/10

8.) Starin' Through My Rear View Ft. The Outlawz - From The Gang Releated Soundtrack. Not in the top three songs on here, but pretty close. This is probably one of my personal favorites on here. 9.5/10

9.) Bury Me A G - From Thug Life: Vol. 1. "When they come for me let it be, and when the bury me, bury me a G." 8/10

10.) Same Song Ft. Digital Underground - This is the ultimate party song.
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