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Undisputed [CD / DVD Combo][Deluxe Edition]

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Deluxe CD/DVD edition includes three additional tracks plus a bonus DVD containing a 35 minute behind the scenes documentary. 2012 release, the seventh studio album from the platinum selling rapper. The album features collaborations and production from the likes of Notorious B.I.G., Sean Kingston, Swizz Beatz, Adreena Mills and many others. Features the single 'I Don't Dance'.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Lookin Without Seein (Intro) - (Elite)
  2. What They Don't Know - (Swizz Beatz)
  3. Cold World - (Grease/Snaz)
  4. I Don't Dance - (J.R. Rotem)
  5. Sucka For Love - (Deezle)
  6. I Get Scared - (Grease)
  7. Slippin' Again - (Bird)
  8. Prayer - (X)
  9. I'm Back - (Bird)
  10. Have You Eva - (Grease)
  11. Get Your Money Up - (Snaggs)
  12. Head Up - (Tronzilla)
  13. Frankenstein - (Caviar)
  14. Ya'll Don't Really Know - (Swizz Beatz)
  15. I Got Your Back - (Caviar)
  16. No Love - (Grease/Snaz)
  17. Already - (Divine Bars)
  18. (Bonus Track) Fire - (Grease)
  19. (Bonus Track) F@# U Bitch - (Elite)
  20. (Bonus Track) Love That Bitch - (Divine Bars)

Disc: 2

  1. Already - video
  2. I Don't Dance - video
  3. + behind the scenes

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2012)
  • deluxe_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: INGROOVES
  • ASIN: B008XOXGM4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #278,546 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Hip-Hop-Fan2786 on September 11, 2012
Format: Audio CD
The legendary Dmx is back with his seventh solo album "Undisputed", its not as good as his earlier albums but its still solid. Dmx released two classics in 98 which was "It's Dark and "Hell Is Hot" and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood". But lets get into this Undisputed track by track review

1. "Lookin Without Seein" (Intro)

2. "What They Don't Know" This track is cool, reminds me of the old X. You can bob your head to this joint

3. "Cold World" (featuring Andreena Mill) Andreena did a great job on here, it seems like it was her song since X only has only on verse but he spits the realness we love from him. Great track

4. "I Don't Dance" (featuring MGK) This song was released in 2010 and it was originally called "Y'all N***** Bounce" but he remade it. This is literally one of the worst Dmx songs I ever heard, MGK didn't help out either. X says "Y'all n***** whisper X is a crackhead/ alright then f*** it then I'ma just crack heads" ..

5. "Sucka for Love" (featuring Dani Stevenson) This track is aimed at the ladies. The lyrics on here remind me of "How its goin down" from his Its dark and hell is hot album but a cheesier version. Basically hes saying shes just something to f***, hes not trying to wife her up.

6. "I Get Scared" (featuring Rachel Taylor) One of the emotional joints from X, the bad thing about the song sis that you can barely even hear his verses because the beat too loud.

7. "Slippin' Again" Now this is the Dmx I been waiting to hear. He shows his emotion and talks about his struggles with lines like " If y'all only knew/ what my life is like and what I'm going through/ maybe you'd think before you talk".
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful By DJamez on September 12, 2012
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big time dmx fan here, but this is a miss. easily his worst album. it sounds like a mixtape gone wrong, an album slapped together with no point.weak,whiny hooks, and some songs barely have a verse. the way the songs start , and end is very clear this is an unfinished project. xs' voice is also different, kind of like hes became a 4 pack a day smoker. im not saying its time to put the dog down, but he definately needs to regroup.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Justin Mitchell on September 15, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Here's a quick breakdown of the 17 tracks

.7 (previously released songs)
.1 (with previously used lyrics, but a different intrumental and hook (Cold World))
.7 (New songs)

I knew X was just trying to create hype when he said this was gonna be his best album since "It's Dark And Hell Is Hot", but I was expecting a little more. Not even much, my expectations were low, but I was still disappointed. DMX has always been in my top 5 favorites so the last thing I wanted to do was write a review like this, but I can't even pretend this is a great album.

Had half of the songs not been released on mixtapes from 2009-2011 I might have a different view of the album, but the fact that I've been listening to half of this album since 2010 makes it hard to really appreciate the music for the time being, no matter how good it is. This should have been a mixtape. Also, seeing as how he had no problem putting out old music, I don't know why he wouldn't put "Change Is Gonna Come" on here, it's one of his best songs in years.

Overall as a fan I'm glad to see X is trying to put his career back together. But it's off to a slow, disappointing start. Hopefully the next album will be better, but apparently it's just gonna be another compilation of stuff he recorded in the last 3 years according to the company who aquired his material and plans to release it. So I'm not to optimistic about that one either.....maybe the one after that.

I'm glad "Y'all Don't Really Know" got an official release

The re-hashing of half the songs
"Time To Get Paid" was cut from the final tracklisting
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dutch on October 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD
This is a completely average release with below average production and weak lyrics...but it is pretty decent listen. There is a few decent tracks but the overall presentation bogs it all down. The producers are recognizable, delivering a variety of beats but quite a few of them are big duds. The album does not really have a cohesive atmosphere as the tracks are all over the place, not delivering any bangers or anything even mildly impressive. DMX performs rather terribly, to be blunt. DMX has a rough and aggressive delivery with a below average flow, further dragged down by abrupt endings and lack of connectivity between lyrics....and that is not mentioning the over-aggression on the softer tracks. There is a little bit of substance and meaningful tracks and that is always a bonus. Decent but certainly flawed release, the "I Don't Dance" single, featuring Machine Gun Kelly, does not represent the type of album this is.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BLAKKPRIDE9716 on August 6, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Firstoff, when I heard this album (previewed it) I thought this album sukked..And afterwards I be previewing it like multiple times tryna get use to it (like 6 to 7 times) and I actually like this album this a beast ass album!! I'm a Music Junkie I know good music when I hear it I just listen to the beats how good they sound and then I hear X rappin his beast-ass lyrics so I would say this: This album does takes some getting use to..I get albums on my iPod this the one I got and I just play the whole album through when I'm doing something work or whatever and turns out not to be a bad album at all! Songs I oftenly play is trakks 2, 4, 8 through 12, 15, 17 & 18. Other than that it's a beast album!!!
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