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A member of the Cleveland gangsta rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and brother to onetime group member Flesh-N-Bone, Layzie Bone remained relatively quiet in the wake of the group's mid-'90s breakthrough success. While fellow Bone Thugs Flesh-N-Bone, Bizzy Bone, and Krayzie Bone all recorded solo albums, Layzie presented the Mo Thugs Family, a wide and revolving roster of Cleveland-area ... Read more in Amazon's Layzie Bone Store

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  • Audio CD (August 22, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Hi Power
  • ASIN: B000GPIED4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #371,961 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Vote For Me
3. Mo Murder
4. For My Weed Heads
5. Midwest-Westcoast Connection
6. From The 99
7. For The Thugs That's Gone
8. Wanted To A Soldier
9. Say Lady
10. Skit
11. I Get Higher
12. Street
13. Touchdown
14. These Hi Power Soldiers
15. Outro Mixxx

Editorial Reviews

Platinum artist Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is currently featured in one of the hottest music videos "Ridin" Chamillionaire's hit with his homie Krayzie Bone. Now, Layzie Bone has cooked up some of his hardest lyrics to date, teaming up with the bad boys of Latin Rap, Mr. Capone-E, Mr. Criminal and his partner in crime Bizzy Bone. The New Revolution is the follow up to It's Not A Game, which was released last year and soundscaned over 50,000 units. The buzz generated on the Internet by his fans for the release of The New Revolution has set up this record nicely with great anticipation. Layzie Bone, the consummate entertainer blew everyone away in Los Angeles, at this year's 2006 colossal Power House concert, Power House. The New Revolution features heater tracks from Fingazz (Lil Rob & Mr. Capone-E hit single's producer) and The Crime Lab. Layzie Bone made history by traveling to Los Angeles to work with Mr. Capone-e and crew, the best selling artists from the Latin Rap game. For both Capone-e and Layzie Bone, The New Revolution will emerge, as a classic and will revolutionize today's rap movement. Layzie Bone, the innovator, stays two steps ahead of the pack; he knew he made the right move when he called on the Hi Power camp, the hardest Latin rappers on the west coast. It's time for The New Revolution!

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3.0 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. DeMarsh on August 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Why everybody is trashing this album [well actually just three reviewers] is beyond me. I happen to think Layzie is one of the best lyricsists in bone thugs and he drops some tight rhymes on the cd. The reason I prefer this over the other layzie bone cds is because the other ones don't have very many slow jams like this one does. Its a nice cd to just chill to, nothing more nothing less. The subject matter is still about getting high, shooting people, so don't expect anything else which I didn't when I heard this album. Usually I prefer rap cds such as cunninlynguists, sage francis, outkast[old stuff], music about things other than smoking weed and capping people but there's something about bone thugs that keeps me listening no matter how tired the subject matter is.

Anyways, as I said, take the album for what it is. Don't expect anything revoloutionary. Its just a fun cd to chill out to.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
layzie bone is my favorite member from bone thugs besides krayzie bone and this album is an example of why. ive noticed that most people who are giving this cd bad ratings just simpily are not fans of layzie bone. if you are, i recomend this cd. if you're not really interested in him, this cd isnt going to change ur mind. but if ur a fan of his, this cd isnt going to change ur mind either. its nothing new. its still great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THUG ON DA LINE on October 21, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
layzie bones the new revolution is an ok cd not layzies best but i have high standards for them since i started listing to them back in the creeping on ah come up days so its pretty hard to really impress me but iam happy with this purchase there a little to no recycled songs a few collabs with the high power soilders same ones from bizzys and layzies album thug unificaton
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ctrx VINE VOICE on August 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
On paper, a lot is wrong with Layzie Bone's August 22 release "The New Revolution". The album has a poorly planned release date, virtually no promotion, odd guest appearances, and an unlikely record label. As Bone Thugs-N-Harmony prepares for a full-blown comeback with a group album set for a September 19 release and another coming in the following year, Layzie appears to have sneaked in a solo album at the worst possible time. But after giving the album a few listens, this date almost makes sense. While always regarded as a talented and entertaining rapper, Layzie's solo releases have always been spotty and plagued with cluttering filler tracks. 2001's "Thug By Nature" provided everything the title would suggest and nothing more, and 2005's messy "It's Not A Game" was barely tolerable, mostly unreleased tracks spanning his whole career thrown together on a single disc. His collaboration album with Young Noble was definitely a step in the right direction, but this new release does not continue in that manner. If "The New Revolution" could be described in one word, it's awkward. His head-scratching decision to sign with Hi-Power Records doesn't seem to pay off, with guest appearances from numerous obscure chicano rappers that don't mesh well with Layzie's style. Much of these collaborations are spent with various Mr. Criminals and Mr. Capone-Es shouting "West coast! South Central!" type of cries and Layzie trying to draw a connection to Cleveland. Speaking of awkward, the only Bone member, or should I say former Bone member, to show up is Bizzy, for the forced collaboration "Streets". What's left of the formerly strong Mo Thugs collective also shows up for the uninspired "Touchdown".Read more ›
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First off. Layzie is a great rapper and has some great verses on many bone songs. But he just cannot make it solo. This is a decent album and has a few standout tracks, but is only recommended for the die hard bone thugs fans like myself who want to own every btnh song ever made. The standouts are:
"Vote for Me" (A great upbeat song, that is similar to 1st of tha month)
"Mo Murder" (Great beat with Layzie's unique rapping inbetween)
"For My Weed heads" (C'mon the title alone explains it, great song)
"Streets (Ft. Bizzy) (Great beat with bizzy spittin as he always does)
"Touchdown W/ Mo Thugs" (Very interesting song with a cool style, listen to this).

The highlights are few and far between but this should be bought by the true bone fans
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The album is going to be fire
I love Bone but layzie's solos are wack besides a few songs here and there but this one is a little better but Cleveland was wack
Oct 31, 2006 by anthony quinn |  See all 2 posts
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