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listen  1. Intro By DJ Felli Fel [feat. DJ Felli Fel]0:48$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Carry Out (Featuring Justin Timberlake) [feat. Justin Timberlake] 3:52$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen  6. Tomorrow In The Bottle (Featuring Chad Kroeger & Sebastian) [feat. Chad Kroeger] 5:28$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. We Belong To The Music (Featuring Miley Cyrus) [feat. Miley Cyrus] 4:27$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen10. Can You Feel It (Featuring Esthero & Sebastian) [feat. Sebastian] 4:44$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 8, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Blackground Records
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,849 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

2009 release, the third solo album from R&B producer Timbaland and the second volume of the platinum-selling Shock Value. The album features guest appearances from Justin Timberlake (on the first single, 'Carry Out') Daughtry, The Fray, Gucci Mane, Nickelback, Drake, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, T-Pain, Chris Brown, Keri Hilson, All American Rejects and Brandy (who raps on the album!).

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Buy this cd immediately!
Signor Destino
Timbaland only hopes to recapture the music from the first Shock Value which was a hit 5 years ago, but he can't even do that much.
Flap Jackson
I Loved Shock Value 1 But I LOVE Shock Value 2 Better Every Track On This Album Is Simply Amazing!!!
Randy L. Baxter

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By eWorks! on December 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I had high expectations for this album because I was impressed and loved shock value 1.Timbaland's use of auto tune was too much for my liking. Timbaland has a unique voice that adds a different attitude to a song so I was disappointed to hear him using auto-tune on almost every song. His voice could have worked without all that computer enhancement.

I wasn't expecting the album to be lyrically enhancing based on the first album so I was hoping for the music to impress. The instrumentation is Timbaland at his best. The beats and rhythm are on point. If this cd was an instrumental I would have insisted on ten stars but since lyrics and melody have to play a part it fell flat on its behind. Carry out features Justin, Maybe I was expecting a lot based on the previous efforts of Give it To me and Release but this track is one of many on here where Timbaland is just talking about himself. Can he be that self gratifying that he needs a 2nd album centering around him and his achievements? I already read all that on Wikipedia. Timothy Where Have You Been is a song he should have sang in the shower.
The stand out tracks for me on this album are Undertow feat the Fray and Esthero, Marching On with One Republic.If he only lost the auto tune on Marching On and kept his involvement to a minimum like on Apologize this song will be a shoe in for the chart as its the only song that has good lyrics obvious credit goes to Ryan Tedder.

In Shock Value 1 there was a bit of variety with style of music and the artists that were featured also brought a different feel to the album. He had good cross genre tracks like Throw it on me with The Hives and One & only with Fall Out Boy. These tracks gave you a taste of rock/alternative as he managed to mix it a little of both hip hop and rock.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on December 15, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This album is awesome. Each song has great beats and sound effects, and the guest stars keep you interested because they are all so different. I can see why it's getting bad reviews though: it's pure pop music. It's not for everyone, but for those who like poppy hip hop will love this. Highlights: some upbeat songs, some ballads, and the hilarious "Carry Out" with Justin Timberlake singing about carry out food from a restaurant (comparing it to sex).

Downside to the album: the AWFUL collaboration with Miley Cyrus in "We Belong to the Music". I couldn't even listen to it the whole way through. Miley's annoying squeeks and teeny bopper voice is just awful. Do yourself a favor and skip that track.

So all in all: if you're a true hip hop fan, this album is not for you. But if you like pop, rock, techno, and hip hop mixed all together to please the masses, then give it a listen!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ellington VINE VOICE on January 4, 2010
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For the most part, I thought that `Shock Value I' was superb. It had its tracks that seemed familiar, but for the most part Timbaland exercised his originality muscle and developed a very strong and solid album that begged to be replayed over and over again. I was really hoping that `Shock Value II' would take that album and flip it on its head with even more layers of ear-catching originality, you know, the pounding beats and superb song construction that make Timbaland the `go to guy' for any and everybody in the industry.

I'm still scratching my head on this one.

I want to say first and foremost that seeing the likes of Miley Cyrus and JoJo on the bill did not bother me at all. This is the guy who redefined Britney Spears's career with `Slave 4 U' so his working with tween sensations is not a problem nor something that should raise concern. The lack of a PA label should have raised an eyebrow. I don't say that because I want to hear a series of needless profanity, but because the lack of a PA label should have been the first sign that Timbaland's edge was not going to be present here. Working with Miley is not an issue, but putting her on a track that sounds like something she could have done better without you is insulting. Timbaland came down to her level and shockingly found himself beneath her.

Word to Timbaland, you have to bring your guest stars up to you YOUR level.

This album is really a mixed bag. There are only three songs that I really, really like, a handful that I think are pretty good, a slew of mediocre tracks that are easily forgotten and then, sadly, four songs that are just plain bad (and by `bad' I mean really, really BAD).

So, let's start with the good, shall we.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Antoine D. Reid VINE VOICE on December 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Timbaland's 'Shock Value II' is nothing like the first release. The first Timbaland Presents Shock Value had a great variety of sounds and genres; it had a lot of surprise guest musicians and personalities throughout the album; it was fun and the songs were like nothing being played on the radio at the time. In short, it lived up to its title and was cutting edge, trail blazing. When Timbaland announced he was working on a follow-up and named some of the artist he was working with, I thought this was definitely going to rival the first album quality wise. 'Shock Value II' however does not live up to its predecessor. It features mediocre music that isn't at all spectacular, there aren't as many far-reaching collaborations (remember how the first featured a collabo between Timbaland and Elton John. This time around, the most far-reaching collabo is a weak one between Timbaland and Miley Cyrus). Really, I don't know what happened with this release. It's been in the works for over a year and when he first spoke about it at the start of the year, he boasted that this follow-up would feature collaborations with people like Gwen Stefani, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé the Jonas Brothers. Yet ... none of those tracks seem to have made it to the final listing. Instead, he collaborates with Justin Timberlake (nothing at all new or quality like their past work), Katy Perry, Brandy, JoJo among others.

The Good: There are some catchy songs in this collection. The very pop-friendly "Lose Control" featuring JoJo works best on the album. While Timbaland is left as backup, this felt like a typical, fun, JoJo track with a catchy chorus and upbeat, addictive melody. Also, a few of the tracks does wonders for Brandy.
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Because he feels that he can make more money releasing hot garbage to the masses. He stated himself that he wants to cater his music to women who watch "desperate housewives".
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