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All World 2 (Explicit) [Explicit]

December 8, 2009 | Format: MP3

$9.49
Also available in CD Format
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 7, 2009
  • Release Date: December 8, 2009
  • Label: Def Jam
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 1:13:57
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B003064W5K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,187 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
One major point against this set is that 4 songs "Rock the Bells," "Jack the Ripper," "Big Ole Butt," and "Around the Way Girl" are already on the first All World compilation. Don't get me wrong, they're classic hip-hop tracks, but it's a bit unfair to those who may have been planning to buy both "All World" sets (I include myself in that group). I was expecting other newer singles such as "Father," "Imagine That," and "Control Myself" to be included, but aside from that it does a pretty descent job covering the second half of his career. Also, it is good to see the inclusion of older songs such as "I'm That Type of Guy," "To the Break of Dawn," and "Pink Cookies...," which did not make the last set.
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...and by that I mean jumping on the trend in hip-hop the past decade or so where every single has to include raps from about 20 different guest artists, where a song's listing includes about half a dozen "with" and "and featuring" credits, to the point where the guy whose song it's supposed to be almost seems tacked on as an afterthought. Furthermore, the gratuitous swearing is off-putting. Yeah, yeah, I know that's how most of them do it these days, but you know what? LL rarely stooped that low in the first half of his career, so why's he think he's gotta do it now? Yeah, I know, he was the first rapper to include the word "mother******" on a record, but his profanity was pretty few and far between for a long time after that. This collection brings all of that to the forefront, however, and it's just disappointing if you like to listen to hip-hop that doesn't make you feel like a 12 year old.

Other reviewers have mentioned the odd inclusion of four songs from the previous collection, which is weird since this one's even purposely called "All World 2" as if to say "You need this to compliment the other one," even though it contains four duplicated songs. Why couldn't they have subbed a few more songs that didn't make either collection, like "Go Cut Creator Go" or his excellent re-working of the Rufus hit "Ain't Nobody" (featured in "Beavis & Butt-Head Do America")?

Having said that, there's some great songs on here - "Dear Yvette", "I'm That Type Of Guy", "Phenomenon", "Paradise", and the bizarre "Pink Cookies In A Plastic Bag Getting Crushed by Buildings". And it's an okay compliment to "All World 1", just kind of odd that both cover so much common ground where there are so many other great LL songs out there that didn't make either one.
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I know I'm a few years late on this review but since I own All World, Radio and BAD I think I qualify to review this album. Especially since I've heard or have most of the songs on here. I don't have all his albums. Some of them I just downloaded the songs I liked but I did it legally off Itunes. If you're an old school or new school LL fan then you already know the four songs on here that are on the first All World compilation. That in itself is a slap in LL's face as well as his fans. As if "the label" is saying, "hey, you don't have any other classics or good new songs to put on here, so we'll just put four songs from your first compilation on here out of spite". I have an underground song called "Queens" with Prodigy and Kool G Rap that's been on a few mixtapes and he mentioned how he missed the old Def Jam and wished Rick and Russell were back. "Cause these new monkeys don't even know who I am". The promotion and marketing wasn't worth a .... Now I'm back on top where I'm supposed to be and ya'll paying the respect you owe to me". I had to edit it but you get the point. I think you know who he's taking a shot at. He also said him and Redman didn't get "signed", they were just inherited. So a lot of drama was going on with Def Jam when this compilation was released because it could have been handled better. There are however some songs that do deserve to be on here like Ill Bomb, Dear Yvette, That Type of Guy and the classic posse cut, the I Shot Ya Remix. Pink Cookies was a good addition as well but everybody that remembers the song when it was getting regular radio play knows the remix was the version that was popular, not this album version. I'm glad I have my trusty old 12" vinyl record otherwise I think the remix version would be lost to time.Read more ›
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I see a lot of people complaining about the fact that there are songs on here that were originally on "All World". You can't blame LL for this, we all know he has hits that could have been on here, ,so BLAME DEF JAM. They figured we're kicking him off the label,, lets make some money of him. I love the fact that they added "Pink Cookies" on this one, but there was more new stuff they could have added like headsprung and other songs. My advice to all my LL fans here is to go and make your own All World 2 and combine it with all world and BUMP THAT S***. THAT'S WHAT'S UP. I can't wait for his new album "Authentic" to drop, Def Jam can suck it, this new album is shaping up to be extra special, the likes of which they weren't worthy to put their stamp.

Def Jam was the house LL built, they evicted him, ,now it's the house LL can tear apart. Jay-Z is a B**ch too, he's a great MC but a bad businessman.

peace
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