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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 15, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean
  • Label: Shady
  • ASIN: B000FDEUI0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #828,611 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Ghost in the Matrix on August 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is much darker and grittier than the first one. The sound recording sounds intentionally analog-ish, deviating from that polished, big budget studio sound of the first album. If the idea was to capture the claustrophobic grainyness of the ghetto, then they've done it. Almost too well.

The sound is so seeped in grey-cloud moodiness that I had to stop it at one point and think pleasant thoughts of birds chirping and rivers running.

I mean, I liked the album. I guess. Or more accurately, I like Obie. I think he has a trademark voice and a presence that really could be better utilized. Obie doesn't have to be overshadowed by the remnants of people like Eminem and 50 Cent. His sharp voice and sometimes quick lyrics alone are capable of placing him among the A list artists. Talent is definitely not an issue. His rhymes are clever and so carefully crafted that I'm still finding new things on his old album. Already I've heard a few keeper lines on the new one.

So why does Obie and this album feel so B-listed?

I think it's memorability. There's nothing really memorable about this album. I mean, we're reminded by so many other rappers about this whole anti-snitch politic that there really is no reason to pay much attention when Obie is next in line to beat this dead horse. And the same goes with all the tough-talk songs like "Kill Me a Mutha" and "Violent" and "Average Man" and...wait! "Average Man" was from the last album wasn't it? Oh well... I think I see a pattern here.

Or not a pattern. What we're really seeing is marketing.

And that's what so depressing and defeating for a guy like Obie.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kalie A. Gipson on September 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Obie Trice, a member of Shady Records, has released his sophomore effort, called "Second Round's On Me". His first album, "Cheers", released back in 2003, was a very promising debut. I loved that album, and I'm starting to like this one just as much as I like his first. Obie has definitely been through a lot this year. He was almost killed when someone shot him in a driveby in Detroit, and he also lost his cousin Proof (R.I.P.). So, I thought that Obie would definitely come with it on this album. I've been waiting for this for a long time, considering the release date was pushed back quite a few times. Well now it's finally out and it doesn't let me down at all.

After the intro, which is his mom yelling at him because he's selling drugs, the very first song is "Wake Up". I love this cut. He rhymes about how Black people need to wake up before society takes them down. Good track to start out with. "Violent" is next. Honestly, it's nothing special, but I like Obie's chorus and I like the beat by Eminem. Of course, it's about how he's violent. The next track, "Wanna Know", is the first track I heard from this CD a long time ago. This was on a certain video game's soundtrack but I can't remember which one. Anyway, I love this cut. The sample on the chorus is great. Obie's rhymes are on point as well. "Snitch" with Akon is a track I have mixed feelings about. One thing is, the whole "don't snitch" thing wasn't that good to begin with, and now it's played out. BUT, Akon's chorus is very, very catchy. It's hard to deny a song with Akon on the chorus (atleast with me it is). And the song sounds pretty good, despite the topic being too cliche. So it's actually an okay track. "Cry Now" is another cut that was released as a single (I think). I seen the video for it on IMF one day. The song is great.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rodnick Darden on August 19, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It really had slipped under my radar that Obie Trice was coming out with his second album this month. I hadn't really heard anything from him in awhile except for recently. It's been three years since his debut dropped which was an excellent effort! Cheers was a very enjoyable album with it's lighthearted humor, tales of things he'd been through, dis tracks and deep, painful songs. It was probably one of the more underrated albums of '03. Second Round's On Me didn't quite reach the level of Cheers after me first listen, but there is no sophomore jinx in my view either. It is still good listen. The CD starts off with what Obie talked about in his listen album with him and his mom, a skit that revisits that moment when his mom discovered the work he was selling and kicked him out the house. It leads into a track called Wake Up, which Obie challenges his people to wake up and realize what it is they want to do with their lives. Violent is a cool track, then after that you have Wanna Know and Snitch, which were the first two tracks I heard before the album. They have grown on me a lot. Wanna Know has a rock edgy feel to it as it samples from Van Halen and Snitch features Akon on the hook which made the song even tighter! Cry Now is probably one of the better tracks along with Ballad of Obie Trice and Jamaican Girl. After that, the album kind of tails off in the latter half. Maybe only a few songs that you can take out of there. The song with Eminem, Big Herk and Trick Trick is one of them as Obie and Em really work well together as they did on the first album. The track where Nate Dogg makes an appearance as okay for now. Everywhere I Go with 50 kind of caught me by surprise. When I saw the package, I figured it would be a violent song or a type of clubbanger beat to it. Not even!Read more ›
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