The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2 [Explicit]
 
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The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2 [Explicit]

September 30, 2013

$6.99
Song Title Artist
Time
Popularity  
1
Gimme What I Don't Know (I Want) [Explicit] Justin Timberlake
5:15
2
True Blood Justin Timberlake
9:31
3
Cabaret featuring Drake [Explicit] Justin Timberlake feat. Drake
4:32
4
TKO [Explicit] Justin Timberlake
7:04
5
Take Back the Night Justin Timberlake
5:53
6
Murder featuring Jay Z [Explicit] Justin Timberlake feat. JAY Z
5:07
7
Drink You Away Justin Timberlake
5:31
8
You Got It On Justin Timberlake
5:55
9
Amnesia [Explicit] Justin Timberlake
7:04
10
Only When I Walk Away [Explicit] Justin Timberlake
7:05
11
Not a Bad Thing [Explicit] Justin Timberlake
11:28
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Digital Booklet: The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2


Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 30, 2013
  • Release Date: September 30, 2013
  • Label: RCA Records Label
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  • Total Length: 1:14:25
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00FBZQMNI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #290 Paid in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 Paid in MP3 Albums)

Customer Reviews

Truly a great modern musical experience.
robhartjr
I'd recommend the CD that is the complete 20/20 experience - that is, if you didn't already purchase the first one (which is ABSOLUTE GREATNESS!)
gonicole
This song is far too good to just be a "bonus" track and it would have been nice if this was the hidden track on the official album instead.
Tdia

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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By robhartjr on September 30, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I remember when N Sync broke up and Justin Timberlake was starting his solo career. Many thought he was just going to be another bubblegum pop singer. Then he wowed us with his debut "Justified" which contained mature pop and R&B songs. It was even nominated for Album of the Year. Then he released "FutureSex/LoveSounds" and changed pop music forever. It was the perfect genre bending pop album thanks to his dynamic singing abilities and Timbalands eclectic producing skills. Another Album of the Year nomination followed and the album sold better than his debut. He showcased his great falsetto, his dancing, and his innovation. After that he seemed to jump off the music radar and venture into a pretty successful acting career. Many people were craving another JT album. He only released 2 albums and he was already given a legendary status in the music industry. Then surprisingly nearly 7 years later he made his big comeback with "Suit and Tie" and his long awaited third album "The 20/20 Experience". The album was yet again produced with the help of his longtime friend Timbaland. It was a very refreshing and epic album. Some people were turned off by the progressively long songs as opposed to the more straightforward music they were used to. It experimented even further than "Futuresex" did and it succeeded. I was content with it and couldn't wait for another album. Then what do you know? Justin announced a second part to the 20/20 experience to be released. I was ecstatic. After what seemed like another long wait, the second album is here. This album is another reason why Justin Timberlake and Timbaland are one of the best dynamic duos of music. Though many think it isn't as adventurous as part 1, I think this was the better of the two for me personally.Read more ›
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lauren DeMers on October 2, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Frankly I was hoping that Part 2 would be different than Part 1 because while Part 1 was good in certain parts, I found it kind of boring and the songs were WAY too long. Part 2 is a fun album. Part 2 is about 5 minutes longer than Part 1 but it doesn't feel like it to me. Part 1 felt like it was long just for the sake of being long but Part 2 feels a little more concise. Still, some songs feel like they should have ended 3 minutes sooner than it actually did; "True Blood" just keeps going on and on and on.

"Drink You Away" is one of my favorites on the album. It's not gimmicky and it shows off Justin Timberlake's vocals. "Only When I Walk Away" is also a really good song. I love the beat to it. "Take back the Night" is a good dance-y song and I really like "True Blood" up until the 6:30 minute mark where it should have ended because I don't think the last 3 minutes really add anything to the song.

And just an FYI, this album has some "mature" lyrics in it and it has an Explicit rating for a reason, not just because there is an occasionally swear word. This is not a complaint just an FYI. You may want to listen to it before you pop it in the car with your kids to avoid an awkward situation.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By chosen12k6 on October 1, 2013
Format: Audio CD
For starters, I am a guy and I love all forms of music (and I mean all forms). Some days Ill pop on some Elton John, other days Im in an Earth Wind & Fire kind of mood. If I feel like just sitting back to relax Country it is from Garth Brooks, George Strait, to Tim Mcgraw. The production of music is also a favorite of mine Daft Punk's latest release still gets played. That being said here is my review for 20/20 Experience Part 2.

Justin Timberlake should get an award for releasing 2 full length albums in one year. I have no idea how he convinced the label to allow this but ITS AWESOME (most would make a deluxe edition and then a platinum edition just to milk it). I will side with another review I read that in comparison to Part 1 this album does not have that flow to it. It feels more like singles taken and tossed onto a CD. While Part 1 Pusher Love Girl flows into Suit & Tie. Only 1 or 2 tracks possess that on this album ex. Cabaret- TKO, You Got it ON-Amnesia. Usually I try not to write reviews this early but this album is just that excellent.

Gimme What I Don't Know (I Want)- Tecno Pop beat lyrics flow with the beat

True Blood-bass driven beat lyrics describe sex in a vampiric nature think Thriller meets Tunnel Vision

Cabaret- Solid I want you now type track, but while I like Drake he should not have been featured on this track, should have been JT solo

TKO-nice beat, lyrics of a womans love knocking you out lol

Murder- awesome single, great beat very mainstream, Jay-Z unlike Suit & Tie, he should not have been featured on this track

Take Back the Night- definite reminicent of MJ's Off the Wall, has that poppin I just want to get up and walk the block saying Hi to everyone I know while dancing of course.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nikki on November 13, 2013
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Great cd!! You'll love it if you love JT. My favorite is "drink you away" great song! Just buy it you know you want too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stella on December 9, 2013
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Not as good as the first one in this effort. rather pedestrian by comparison. Not "family friendly" either. Musically more limited. A disappointment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ryong on November 24, 2013
Format: Audio CD
In my review of Justine Timberlake 20/20 Experience Part 1, I wrote that the cd was an instance classic, cause everything on it worked, the fusions of beats, the progression and length of the songs and JT vocal arrangement. However on Part 2, another collaboration with Timberlake, all does not work as well. In this case the progression of some of the songs do not flow as natural as in Part 1, and come off as being excessive which causes the songs to drag on for too long. Examples of this can be heard in Gimme what I don't know (I want) after the 3:30 mark, True Blood after the 6:30 mark, TKO after the 5:00 mark, Only when I walk away after the 4:10 mark. Tracks that the progression work well on are Murder, and Amnesia.
There are other fusions on the cd that do not work so well either, example : Cabaret with Drake, a mix pot of electronic beat box, jazz, Do Woop and Hip Hop which just goes on for too long. The fusion of RnB/Hip beats over country sounding guitars on Drink you away, just do not work well for JT here. (maybe he should have employed Nelly for assistance on this one)
The hidden track, Pair of wings, do not sound too sincere despite the strip down unplugged production and raw vocal arrangement of the song.
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