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THE E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies)


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In an era of an ever-changing music industry that's defined by diminishing expectation, where a "successful" career means having one, maybe two hit records; The Black Eyed Peas are a glorious exception. They have become one of the best selling, most popular and most innovative groups for over a decade. They have transformed themselves from a beloved backpack rap troop from the ... Read more in Amazon's The Black Eyed Peas Store

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  • Audio CD (June 9, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B00192IV0O
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,586 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Boom Boom Pow
2. Rock That Body
3. Meet Me Halfway
4. Imma Be
5. I Gotta Feeling
6. Alive
7. Missing You
8. Ringa-A-Ling
9. Party All the Time
10. Out of My Head
11. Electric City
12. Showdown
13. Now Generation
14. One Tribe
15. Rockin' to the Beat

Editorial Reviews

2009 album from the three-time Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum selling R&B act. With worldwide sales in excess of 26 million units and a total of 11 Grammy Award nominations, The Black Eyed Peas are one of the world's most successful recording groups. Founded by will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo, the band invited Fergie to join the line-up and broke through in with 2003's Elephunk, which sold 1.5 million in the UK and almost 9 million worldwide. The E.N.D. begins the next chapter in the career of The Black Eyed Peas. Features the single 'Boom Boom Pow'.

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A great CD to listen to in the car.
Tonja Cooper
Every single song on this album is good, including the bonus stuff (I especially liked the remixes of BEP classics).
Nicole
This is very little like the older BEP albums we love.
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126 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Truman Burbank on June 9, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
I am so tired of every group latching on to the vocader to process their vocals. I mean it's ok to use it to enhance a few words for the effect, but when every single song is dominated by auto-tune something has to give. From Lil wayne, to Akon and T-Pain, then Kanye's new record. Now the BEP have jumped on the bandwagon, and not a single track is missing this played out sickening auto-tune effect. Come on people, can't musicians actually SING anymore?
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47 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Sara on June 9, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
I could not wait for the new BEP cd to come out - I even went to Target at lunch to buy it so I could have it ASAP. After listening to it all the way through, my first thought was "dang, that's it?". It is SO NOT the BEP that we all know and love. I gave it 3 stars because it's still got some good beats. Not nearly as many fun lyrics and vocals though - like the others said, lots of electronic sounding stuff.

My recommendation - buy the CD from Target so that you can get the bonus CD. Totally made it worth the $9.98. It's 10 extra songs (6 remixes and 4 new songs), and it reminds you of the "old" BEP.
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36 of 45 people found the following review helpful By PC on June 22, 2009
Format: Audio CD
A solid BEP fan, I didn't hesitate for one second to plunk down the cost of this CD. Would have thoroughly enjoyed it...in 1988! Seriously, after struggling through the first of 2, I thought maybe I had misunderstood...giving them the benefit of the doubt, I thought maybe they had packaged a compilation of their earliest stuff, and that they had reserved the "hot, new mixes" for the 2nd CD. OMG...couldn't believe that they'd actually ruin "Pump It", but they did. In this one person's opinion, this endeavor sounded like they had lost their producer, sat down in somebody's home studio with their new synthesizer, had a few cocktails, and then recorded anything that came to mind. One song was the same line repeated OVER AND OVER ad nauseum. No sustained funky beats (although they dropped one every once in a while; however, the minute you got used to it, they changed up - either with incredibly stupid lyrics, a completely different tempo, or the bottom dropped out altogether and you heard nothing but that single synth.) DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. I love you, BEPs, but this was a joke played on us.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. R. on February 24, 2010
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Good album but I really wish I would have known about the profanity. There's enough of it that a "radio edit" version or "clean" version of this album should have also been offered. My kids liked "boom boom pow" when they heard it on the radio, which is one of the main reasons that I bought the album, but I can't play the album version for them because of the profanity...I can't have my 4 and 6 year old repeating the profanity.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Rudy Palma on June 9, 2009
Format: Audio CD
After a considerable length of time since the hit-filled "Monkey Business" stormed the charts in mid-2005 The Black Eyed Peas are back with their ambitious new record "The E.N.D."

Smash lead single "Boom Boom Pow," which has spent nine weeks and counting atop the Billboard Hot 100, is surprisingly the group's first single to reach #1. And why shouldn't it be? It aims for something fresh and original and succeeds. Interesting verses intertwine with the chorus in restrained but relentlessly hooky, choppy melodic fashion. Fergie and will.i.am sound like they are having the time of their lives. The latter's production skills just short of wizard-like.

There are many more hits here, including "Rock That Body," which will grab the attention of DJs and club-goers worldwide, and the gorgeous, rollicking "Meet Me Halfway," an upbeat ballad where Fergie digs desperately with emotion with the tenacity of a soap opera queen. "I Gotta Feeling" is an easy, breezy summer hit in the making with Fergie's evocative vocal leading the way. The lyrics and melody are surprisingly simplistic, but in this case less is more.

This stuff is highly individual yet also retro-friendly with 80's-inspired synths and loose, spaced-out vocal effects, with auto-tune spread like butter, lathered perhaps too earnestly over the proceedings. The majority of the tracks live up to the album's full title - "The Energy Never Ends" - although some like "Party All the Time" and "Showdown" fail to live up to the standard set by some that appear earlier. "Imma Be" and "Missing You" fall short with limp melodies and lack solid hooks, but other filler tracks such as the chorus-deprived "Alive" are still listenable.
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27 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Brewin on June 9, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
This autotune infused Hip-POP needs to stop! At one point in time, Black Eyed Peas were one of Hip-Hops best groups. They infused live instrumentation with fresh beats and rhymes and were even compared to the legendary Roots! My how times have changed. Now we have this crap. Sure, it may be catchy for the club scene, but how is everyone NOT sick of the T-Pain rip-offs? Seriously! Move on, nothing new to see or hear on this pathetic piece of trash. Where is the innovation and artistry that Will.i.am was once known for? Whatever though, why does anybody care about good music when there is money to be made on bubble gum, microwave popcorny, wannabe pop sounds. Go ahead and get that paper BEP, while you still can cuz' when this style of music fades to black people will remember what groups and artists ruined the music industry. And executives wonder why the industry has gone to $#%^!?!?
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