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Straight Outta...20th Edition [Explicit] Explicit Lyrics

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2007 release, the expanded 20th Anniversary edition of the multi-platinum, ground-breaking album from N.W.A. featuring five bonus tracks. Expanded to include tributes from Snoop Dogg, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Mack 10 and W.C.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Straight Outta Compton
  2. F*ck Tha Police
  3. Gangsta Gangsta
  4. If It Ain't Ruff
  5. Parental Deiscretion Iz Advised
  6. 8 Ball
  7. Somethign Like That
  8. Express Yourself
  9. Compton's N the House
  10. I Ain't Tha 1
  11. Dopeman
  12. Quiet On Tha Set
  13. Something 2 Dance 2
  14. F*ck Tha Police - Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
  15. Gangsta Gangsta - Snoop Dogg
  16. Dopeman - Mack 10
  17. If It Ain't Ruff - WC
  18. Compton's N the House - MC Ren


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 4, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Frontline Catalog
  • ASIN: B000XCZCVM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,138 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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NWA is the gangsta rap group that created the genre. There would be no Tupac, Biggie, 50cent, etc. if not for this group from the CBT.
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28 years ago, in 1987, the hip hop group 'n.w.a', started recording on this album that b-came the most controversial album in 1988. 27 years after it's original release, it's still an original classic. why this album is controversial is what's so suspicious. all the group did was tell the truth about what was going on in life and in the streets. the most so-called controversial song,' f... the police', got the most controversy b-cause of what the group told about the demonic police departments criminal activity. personally, i'm glad they made the song. the real controversy is that devil bill gates as well as the police did not want anybody telling about what the police was doing 2 black people as well as latinos, keeping everything a secret and making it look like we were lying about them. but everybody knew their criminalistic history. ever since the rodney king beating in the spring of 1991, the 1992 riots in the summer of 1992 and beyond,the killing of trayvon martin,the 12 year old kid who was killed 4 waving a toy gun, the man who was killed in a walmart store, the young man who had his back broken and later died of his wounds while in the back of a police paddywagon, the man who got choked to death 4 selling cigarettes. these devils have been exonerated by the demonic courts without any type of punishment. even 2-day, in 2015, the police r still exposing themselves as criminals. but god will cause all of them, the courts and the police, 2 suffer the consequences 4 all that. they have not gotten away with this and now, next month, the story of the rap group n.w.a, will b out in movie theatres called, what else, 'straight outta compton'. ice cube's son portrays him in the movie. this 1987 album should get more praise and accolades since the new movie is coming out. hope the movie gets it's most deserved props. which is why i'm getting this album, but in it's clean form.
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By Alexis on February 20, 2009
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It taxes 20 years for music to be objectiviely viewed as to what it is in the time and pace of it's creation. Looking back, I would have to see this is pure genious.
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Love this album with the gritty stories from the past about life in Compton as experienced by NWA members who have since moved on beyond but still suffer from current treatment by being black no matter status in life one has
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DVDs Played perfectly, explicit version,no complaints.Throw back music tho, can't touch later music by these artist. Mostly statement lyrics simple beats and hooks
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By john lawson on September 14, 2014
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Great cd of classic rap !!!
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I wish they were still together
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Makes no sense. It's like eating low fat ice cream, or watching a version of the Sopranos rented at one of those creepy LDS video stores where they edit out all the naughty language. No- if you're offended by f bombs, just don't listen to NWA.
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