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Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
Media Format: Compact Disk
Rating: PA
Release Date: 13-JAN-2004

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Few things are as potentially embarrassing as a moment in popular culture whose time has just passed. Worse still is when it reappears, insisting upon its continued relevance. Such is the case with this Bone Thugs-N-Harmony reunion album. The platinum-selling Eazy-E protégés break off yet another piece of their double-time sing-song rhyme style, while once more celebrating gangsta themes to the exclusion of almost everything else. (One new development: in one song, they add Ecstasy to their regimen of ganja, ganja, and ganja.) For all that, BTNHResurrection is a pristine work of production; those who didn't find the group's act tedious the first time around might not mind hearing more of the same. --Rickey Wright
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 13, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: February 29, 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Ruthless (Red)
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • ASIN: B00004OCFE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,126 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Bone Thugs N Harmony have been my favorite group ever since they came out with the Thugghish Ruggish Bone. This new album beats them all in my opinion. The sound is more futuristic and the lyrics are better than ever. All the tracks are pretty good. And the fact that no intro or interludes are on this album make it even better. The best songs in my opinion are Show Em, Battlezone, Ressurection(Paper Paper), Souljahs Marching, and Murder One. All the other tracks are great too. I think this is better some of the recent rap albums that have dropped. No one keeps it realer than Bone Thugs in my opinion. With so many rap artists concerned with only what people like to hear, Bone Thugs reverse that with rapping from their hearts and saying what they feel. Like on the songs Change The World, No Way Out, and Dont Worry, Bone Thugs tell their listeners to stay strong and to try to make things positive. Those are things that many rappers avoid, they just choose to boast about their lables and their lyrical skills and try to make people feel sorry for them. Theirs too much of that in the rap industry and thats ok on a few songs but these rappers need to realize that theres more than that to make a record that everyone will feel. With Krayzie, Bizzy, Layzie, Wish, and Flesh as a full time member, Bone Thugs stand at the top with this fresh new album for the fans
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F#%K what'cha heard. Obviously some people who write reviews for mags & online reviews just don't get it. It ain't all about harmonizing over soft beats, which some of these so-called "professional" reviewers might have you think. BTNHResurrection is far more than that. This is an album signifying the return of the greatest selling hip-hop group ever. It's also an album which might be the LAST for them as a whole group. Yes, Bizzy Bone may be gone from Bone now, but he definitely makes his presence known on this album. The album features stellar production from DJ Uneek (Ecstasy, Weed Song, & Change the World, along wit three others), LT Hutton (Battlezone), JT Thomas (Souljahs Marching, Resurrection), and Darren Vegas (The Righteous Ones, One Night Stand). But it AINT just the production that is stellar on this album. It's the fact that Bone mixed it up. Did somethin different. Experimented. And although it leaves maybe an incomplete feeling hearin only three members on some songs, it's different. And it's also nice to see Flesh & Bone get the kind of spotlight he deserves, bein on almost all of the trax instead of the two or three he's normally on on Bone's albums. The standout trax on this album are Ecstasy (perfect blend of thugishness and harmony), The Righteous Ones (a beautifully crafted track), Battlezone (Krayzie absolutely RIPS this), Weed Song (almost sounds like a bedtime song you'd let your kids listen to before bed. SMOOTH. A lot of harmony), and Souljahs Marching. And of course, Resurrection (Paper, Paper) which, although he isn't in the video, features Flesh. This albums only drawbacks are trax like 2 Glocks & Can't Give It Up. These little dittys don't do nuthin for me. But, the high points FAR outweigh the low. So forget a magazine review. Trust this one. Go buy this album NOW! You will NOT be dissapointed.
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Bone is still holdin' it down. This CD has shown that they are still gangsta'd out but they know that it's more going on than the everday stuff. They are definitely holdin' it. If you want to hear music about what's real, listen to this. If you want to see that gangsta'd out shorties still got something to hope for, check it out. I am especially feeling CHANGE THE WORLD featuring BIG B. The lyrics are tight the arrangement is tight everything is just on point. I want to know more about this artist and see him out there doing his own thing. CHECK OUT BIG B---CHANGE THE WORLD. This CD is definitely one that I'm glad I bought.STAY MYSTERIOUS BONE!
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As a longtime Bone Thugs fan, I admit I put off buying "BTNHResurrection" for much too long. I didn't think anything could top other albums like "Creepin on ah Come Up", "E 1999 Eternal", "Art of War", or "Thug Mentality" and I expcted to be disappointed. I was pleasantly surprised, as "BTNHResurrection" deserves to be spoken of in the same company as the previously mentioned. Bone is lyrically great here, sounding more mature than previously, less mainstream oriented than on "The Art of War". The production, handled by DJ U-Neek, LT Hutton, and Jamie Thomas is consistent and good, fitting their style perfectly. This is also the only Bone album where Flesh-N-Bone appears consistently, on the vast majority of the tracks. On "BTNHResurrection", Bone's lyrics deal with shutting down rumors, and then evolve to the thuggish imagery of their previous albums, along with a few great inspirational tracks thrown in. "BTNHResurrection" is definitely a great album deserved to be owned by any passing BTNH fan.

The album leads off with the strong "Show 'Em", anchored by Bizzy, shunning haters over a tough beat. "The Righteous Ones" is a hard song with a weird chorus by David's Daughters. "2 Glocks" is a well produced, tough song led by Krayzie in the chorus. On "Battlezone", a good war song, Krayzie and Bizzy lead with a good chorus and singing. On "Ecstasy", Bone deals with a new drug on the block, with a beat reminiscent of "Smokin Buddha". Bizzy sings the chorus on the strong "Murder One", as Krayzie does on the similarly good "Souljahs Marching". After the pretty good "Servin' the Fiends" is the best track, "Resurrection (Paper, Paper)".
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