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Menacing, muscular and magnetic, DMX has been hard-core rap's unrivaled top dog. After the deaths of icons 2Pac and Biggie, when rap was threatening to go soft--DMX's uncompromising intensity and street cred kept hard core hard. With the expected 2010 release of two new albums, The Best Of DMX (Island Def Jam/UMe), released January 26, 2010, collects 19 of his best tracks from 1998 ... Read more in Amazon's DMX Store

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  • Audio CD (August 1, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000G1QX4A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,726 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. We In Here
3. I Run Shit
4. Come Thru (Move)
5. It's Personal
6. Baby Motha
7. Dog Love
8. Wrong Or Right (I'm Tired)
9. Give 'Em What They Want
10. Walk These Dogs
11. Blown Away
12. Goodbye
13. Life Be My Song
14. The Prayer VI
15. Lord Give Me A Sign
16. Year Of The Dog...Again

Editorial Reviews

DMX, the legendary Ruff Ryder who's sold 20 million albums, is back in the saddle with his eagerly-awaited sixth solo outing, Year Of The Dog Again, his previous album, 2003's Grand Champ, made him the only artist in the history of the Billboard Top 200 to have his first five albums debut consecutively at #1. Beyond iconic, DMX has been the voice of the hood since he first burst onto the scene as a representative of the street movement and record label Ruff Ryders. As hip-hop is assimilated into the cultural mainstream, it's time for the long overdue and much needed return of rap's prophetic visionary, DMX. The groundbreaking new album Year Of The Dog Again includes the single "Lord Give Me A Sign," as well as the blazin' track "We In Here."

Customer Reviews

Rap has really gone downhill the recent years, this Album brings it back, DMX style.
Mazz
So a CD whos worst song is still really good, and has at least 5 classics on it has to get a 5 star rating.
May Bay
This won't disappoint old DMX fans and I recommend this to anyone who likes rap music.
Kalie A. Gipson

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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Done on August 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
After a three-year hiatus DMX (Earl Simmons) returns with "Year of the Dog...Again" (2006). At thirty-six years old, Yonker's DMX is an established veteran in the Rap game delivering his sixth solo album. As X likes to remind his listeners the previous five (It's Dark and Hell Is Hot - Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood- And Then There Was X - The Great Depression - Grand Champ) went platinum/multi platinum, and I have no doubt this one will to. In the last couple of years DMX has been fighting some battles, whether it be with the law, record companies, or other issues. Being a long time fan I am really happy to see him back making music again. After the short intro DMX and long time collaborator producer Swizz Beatz deliver a fast paced banger with "We In Here", X rhymes with hunger and pride while repping himself and talking about the state of the game. DMX then provides "I Run S***" letting it be known that he's back and not going anywhere, Bloodline's Big Stan makes a brief appearance. With "Come Thru" (Move) X and Busta Rhymes deliver another track to blast in the whip. DMX's Ruff Ryders brethren Jadakiss and Styles P of the Lox drop in for "It's Personal", all three come on point delivering raw thugged out lyrics.Read more ›
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Music Master on August 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is for sure going to go down as a modern day classic. After DMX's long hiatus from rap, he comes back with this. It sounds like DMX from 1998 when he was original and made music that everyone loved. This album has the same feel as his first album, and the great songs that he made throughout his career. I keep saying, this is the year for rap. This is one of the many great albums that have come out this year, and watch out for many more classics like this one from some rap vets to give you great musical entertainment.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By May Bay on August 1, 2006
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I am so glad that this came out. Rap has been in such a poor state for the last couple of years, and now this drops. Its nice to know that you can always count on a all time great like DMX to make a comeback. He had so many great songs and CDs before this, and now he comes back and shows us that rap is not dead yet. There may be a couple minor problems with this, but there is not a weak song on the entire album, and there are a good number of clssics. The ranking of the songs (1-10) go from 7 to 10, and 7 is still a really good song. So a CD whos worst song is still really good, and has at least 5 classics on it has to get a 5 star rating.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By King of Men on August 1, 2006
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Listen to this! It is like the old DMX! He is so hard core, and his delivery is fierce. Just pay the money and get this, it is worth it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By G-Unit on August 1, 2006
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This is even better than his debut! Even though we were without DMX for a couple years, he has made up for lost time really fast by releasing a classic. You've got to love the songs on this, because they sound so vintage, but also manage to show that DMX has matured as an artist. Get this CD asap.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By musicfan on August 1, 2006
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This album is vintage DMX, if you tired of trashy, godawful hip-hop that has been ruining the american public, then this is the one for you, X Delivers one of the year's best performances in this one, Lord give me a sign is a great song and the rest of the songs are all good, Thank God for DMX, Cause he doesn't like the way rap is now and I Don't blame him, it is full of corruption, stupidity and ignorance, it's a shame to see him like this with his drug problem and other historical crimes, otherwise this is one of the best albums of 2006 and I Hope I Buy it again very soon.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David on August 1, 2006
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I feared the worst, ever since i heard the "leaked" copy of Here We go again, i was not impressed, then he left Def Jam, and everything seemed bleek for him.

I will not lie im a big DMX fan, and im most pleased to see him return as he really is, a street dog, after hearing this albumb for the first time i couldnt help but feel a deja vu from is dark and hell is hot, this album is vintage DMX.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kalie A. Gipson on August 30, 2006
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After claiming that he was retiring in 2003 after his last album "The Grand Champ", DMX is actually back with his new album "Year of the Dog...Again". This record was originally titled "Here We Go Again", but after months and months of being delayed and being pushed back, it got a new title and finally an official release date. To be honest, I knew his last album wasn't up to his standards but I was still very excited when I heard X was having a new album out. Despite there being a few tracks on here that's been out for quite a long time now, DMX doesn't disappoint with this one.

The first track, after the intro, is his latest single "We In Here". Produced by Swizz Beats, it sounds familiar to "Get It On The Floor" and some other X songs. It may get you out of your seat but the formula for this song is just getting repititive. "I Run S**t" is another fast-paced banger with X spitting tough rhymes. "Come Thru (Move)" with Busta Rhymes is pretty much just like "I Run S**T". The beat on this one though isn't that good in my opinion. "It's Personal" has been out for awhile but it's a good cut. All about bringing that heat. "Baby Motha" isn't a bad track but it's not one of my favorites. The chorus is just a bit annoying, even though the end is rather funny. "Dog Love" has X taking a break from all the thugged-out lyrics to deliver a joint for the females to listen to. I really like this one. I just love "Wrong or Right (I'm Tired)". It kind of has a rock beat to it, and the chorus is great. "Give Em What They Want" is a banger with Scott Storch production. This track is like a year old, but it's still fire. It could be a little longer though. "Walk These Dogs" is about the only track that I think is completely bad. It's rather old as well, and it would benefit from a lot of improvement.
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