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Deuce

4.3 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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The highly-anticipated 2003 album from writer, producer and certified rap legend The D.O.C. With Deuce, the D.O.C. sets out to create a new history, one whose setting is miles away from the city of Compton that made him famous. Surrounded by a hungry youn

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Music Business
  2. Intro
  3. Concrete Jungle
  4. A Lil D!ck ?hit
  5. The ?hit
  6. What Would You Do?
  7. Psychic Pimp Hotline
  8. Gorilla Pimpin'
  9. Judgement Day
  10. Soliliquy
  11. Ghetto Blues
  12. All in the Family
  13. Critical Condition
  14. Touch of Blues
  15. Mentally Disturbed
  16. Safari West
  17. D.F.W.
  18. Simple as That
  19. Playboy
  20. Snoop Props


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 25, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Red Urban Records
  • ASIN: B000089IXV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,368 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After hearing Helter Skelter, I didn't know what to expect when I purchased this album. The D.O.C. could have been arguably the greatest lyricist of all time if it wasn't for his tragedic accident that in the end he lost his voice. I gave it 4 stars because all the songs were good, but the D.O.C. himself didn't rap that much if anything at all and the two songs featuring Dr. Dre, "Judgement Day" and "Gorilla Pimpin" he didn't even spit out any verses. Overall a great cd and hopefully the new generation of rap fans will reconize the d.o.c. and realize that he is without a shadow of a doubt, a true rap legend.
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The greatest rapper ever from Dallas Texas is The DOC. He is a legend. If you ever liked West Coast rap you owe the DOC almost as much as you owe Dr. Dre. Dre was the sound, the DOC was the voice. His writing skillz are attached to so many west coast classics it ain't even funny. His own lyrical talent, one of the greatest ever, was tragically cut short when his vocal cords were damaged in a car accident back in 1989. After a failed comeback CD in the mid nineties the diggy diggy DOC has dropped another CD entitled "Deuce". This CD dropped earlier this year and unfortunately was slept on. MAN THIS CD IS BANGIN! First of all the title, "Deuce" is a reference to an up and coming crew of Dallas rappers, particularly one called 6Two, who made his debut appearance on the Chronic 2001 classic "Xxplosive". DOC writes all over this CD but it's 6two and the other cats from the Silverback family that vocalizes the vision. The CD starts off with 2 interludes, one abt the music business, and another reintroducing THE DOC to the world reppin Dallas. The first cut is "Concrete Jungle", a hype head bobber featuring Nate Dogg...Nice! Jazzy Pha dropped a nice track on this cut. After another interlude comes "The Sh..", a beautiful reunion cut with MC Ren, Ice Cube, and Snoop. On fire! "What Would You do" is a nice West Coast murda muzik type cut with a DFW connection from 6two and U P T I G H T. "Gorilla Pympin" is a Dre influenced cut with a sample of the 70's classic "Do It". Track 9 "Judgment Day" is a Dre produced cut that straight west coast, all the way down to the police sirens. Track 11 "Ghetto Blues" is a tight track, preceded by an acoustic interlude done by the DOC himself. Real smooth laid out anthem on predestination in da hood. Great cut.Read more ›
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I'm glad The D.O.C finally got a new album out. I got his two past realeases and was impressed and was happy when I found out another one was coming out. If the car accident wouldn't happened DOC would probarly be one of the dopest rappers out. This ain't as good as No One Can Do It Better but it's great. Won't mention highlights since they're mostly great. Westcoast music at it's best. Respect to all the rappers who was involved with this project and helped and supported DOC to realease this. It ain't over yet! DOC 4 ever.
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The D.O.C. born Tracy Curry in 1968 in Houston, TX has a long history of MC-ing from back in the N.W.A. days from "No One Can Do It Better", till the year 1990 D.O.C. had a terrible car accident, crushed his vocals sounding like a menacing demonic creature, then in 1991 N.W.A. broke up! Dr. Dre & The D.O.C. left Eazy-E to hook up with Suge Knight to form Death Row Records, in which The D.O.C. has appeared on both Doctor's The Chronic, & Big Snoop D-O-Double G's Doggystlye, then in 1995 left Death Row to work on his 1996 release with DJ Erotic D on "Helter Skelter", which D.O.C. sounds almost menacing, yet tired & weary!

In 2003, The D.O.C. is back with a new pack of friends, Houston Native D.O.C. has lived in West Dallas, TX for a while before moving to Los Angeles, CA where in West Dallas D.O.C. met rapper Six-Two & The Silverback Crew, in which the year 2003 The D.O.C. drops "Deuce" for his 3rd Album, which is good for both West Coast Rhidaz & Dirty South Playaz! The D.O.C. has plenty back up on this Album thanks to Six-Two & his old friend DJ Erotic D in which he duz bring them into the Brand New World where West Coast meets Dirty South on the song "DFW' featuring Six-Two, El Dorado, U.P.T.I.G.H.T. & Birdman, or "The ?hit" featuring Ice Cube, MC Ren, Snoop Doggy Dogg & Six-Two.

Deuce features Fort Worth, TX's own Six-Two, El Dorado, U.P.T.I.G.H.T. & Cadillac Seveille, as well as D.O.C.'s partner DJ Erotic D, Flea, Birdman, Jazze Pha, Voodoo Einstein, N.W.A. partners Dr. Dre, Ice Cube & MC REn, also Death Row partners Kurupt, Snoop Doggy Dogg & Nate Dogg!

The D.O.C. is still one of the Best there is!

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A good album here for sure..U can tell The D.O.C put alot of thought in it..He cant rap so he had to put together a cast to represent his vision , and for the most part he delivered a keeper of an album with some serious high points. "Judgement Day "and "Mentalee Disturbed" are bangin' Dre beats ( he is credited as A Young and not Dr Dre for some reason )..Dre also produced a great skit and is on the mic also a little bit..It was also cool to have Ren and Cube on there also. GET THIS !!
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I wish the D.O.C. rapped on the album. I didn't mind his scratchy voice on Helter Skelter, it actually contributed to the feeling of the ablum, the rhymes on Helter Skelter would have seemed a little off if performed in his original voice. Six Two is a decent rapper and he holds it down pretty well but I really wish D.O.C. would have spit something on here.
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