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  • Audio CD (March 3, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Aftermath
  • ASIN: B0007NFL18
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,315 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,099 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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138 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Gribble on March 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Aside from a couple of shining moments, you're crazy if you've ever thought 50 was lyrically that good. His success is mainly due to his style/swagger, stellar beats, and undeniable hooks. Not like I'm trying to take anything away from him, but if you're expecting a whole lot of solid rhymes, let alone ones that don't involve guns & sex, 50 never has nor will be the place to go. He hasn't changed a whole lot in two years, but is he still doing it as good as he has?

"In My Hood" gets the album off to a solid start, it's a typical 50 Cent hood song and has a great beat by C. Styles & Bang Out. Overall it's good, but it's nothing special (although the Saxophone part that closes the track is real nice). "This Is 50" has a pretty grimy beat, but 50's drawl at the end of every line seems all too formulaic, taking a page right out of "Blood Hound" from "Get Rich...". It could easily grow on the listener though. Lyrically 50 copies his previous effort again with "I'm Supposed To Die Tonight" (aka "Many Men" Pt. II). That being said it's one of the better tracks on the album with Eminem's production being the perfect marriage for the 50's subject matter.
"Piggy Bank" is Massacre's diss track, where the clunky beat won't really draw you in as much as the venom he spits at Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Shyne, & Nas. To be honest this is not a big winner, the beat's not really that great but the big thing is while he disses these rappers he doesn't really say anything remotely harmful/embarrassing/clever/whatever. All this track is gonna do is make enemies & create some buzz, but he didn't have a single diss line that was memorable at all. This is a soft diss track at best, sorry no memorable "Back Down" on here.

Em produces and drops a verse for the great concept track "Gatman & Robbin".
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By SK on March 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Let me start of by saying that Get Rich was one of the best albums of the past few years. Every track was a bomb waiting to drop. This album sounds like some dude that let fame and steriods go to his mellon. He takes no advice from Em when that is really the only person who he should be listening to.

Let's cover the dis-track Piggy Bank first (actually this may be the only one I need to cover). This is the worst dis track in the history of diss tracks. When you hear some of the underground stuff that Eminem has done where he devotes minutes upon minutes ruthlessly destroying everyone from Ja Rule, to Benzino, to Dialated, to Everlast you realize the lyrcial skill he has to be able to deconstruct artists until there is basically nothing left for them to reply to because they have been destroyed. On this 3+ minute track the only clear diss is to Jadakiss, (something to the effect of don't test me if you want to eat...or something weak like that). He should have never started that with such a week track..Actually if I was Jada, I would not waste my time replying to this schlock. If I was Ja Rule I would just sit back and laugh about what happens when muscle heads try to do something other than lift weights.

If you are still thinking of purchasing this...I would recommend R.U.L.E. At least R.U.L.E has New York on it which is tight. I think that the 100 guns and 100 clips need to be aimed at 50.

So, as I have said Piggy Bank is WEAK. Disco Inferno is OK and pretty much every other track is junk. Gatman and Robin the worst thing I have ever heard, if I was Em I would walk away fast from that one. The album is too loose and the only thing that works on it is the production.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By I. miller on March 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
wow how should i begin? this is one of the most higly anticipated albums of the year and yet it is so garbage. his first cd was off the chain i could let it ride from front to back but this mess is just down right terrible .i dont reccomend paying full price for this cd and if u are one of those people that just have to go buy this cd go to a cd resell shop because there are so many there that they wouldnt even by my copy back.I cant believe this came out of gunits camp especially since all the previous cd's that they have put out have been pretty good (with the exception of young buck) but what can u expect from a record label that signs one hit wonder olivia ,and thrives off of publicity stunts for record sales(game n 50 beef). I thought 50 had a few rapping skills until i put this cd in the deck, THIS IS GOING OUT WITH MY GARBAGE !!!! OR MAYBE I WILL LET MY DOG CHEW ON IT!!
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By CarCar on March 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Some of you people out there seem to be surprised by how weak 50's new album is. Let me explain to you all how this works. When 2pac died he had a lot of unreleased music that he recorded. What this tells me is that artists record music that they hold on to and wait till the right time to release. When 50's first album came out he had to bring the goods to build a fan base. As you know most albums have 3 or 4 good songs and the rest is just filler. If an artist put all his good songs on one album, then his next album would be complete garbage (a.k.a. filler). Its all about money/record sales. 50 knows that all of his fans/suckers will run down to Best Buy and grab his latest cd. So he'll give you a few singles to listen to on the radio 45 times a day to get you hyped. Then when his album drops its PAYDAY. You think he would put some more hot tracks out for the fans who MADE him a millionaire, but no. We have to wait till his next cd for 3 or 4 more good songs. I used to be a fan/sucker too. But I haven't bought a rap cd in 3 years because of this BS. Just download the songs you like best and save your money so that you can waste it on a crappy movie like Be Cool. CLASS DISMISSED
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