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Terrorist Threats [Explicit]

December 9, 2003 | Format: MP3

$5.99
Also available in CD Format
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 27, 2003
  • Release Date: December 9, 2003
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2003 Capitol Records, Inc.. All rights reserved. Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc., 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California 90028. Unauthorized Reproduction is a Violation of Applicable Law
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  • Total Length: 51:22
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B000TEPHDC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,046 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
Westside Connection's (Ice Cube, Mack 10, WC) second album is "Terrorist Threats" (2003). Believe it or not it has been seven years since there last album "Bow Down". This release is 14 tracks long with two multimedia additions. After a short intro, "Call 9-1-1" gets things started well, like the chorus says this ones a banger. Awile back first track I heard off this album on the radio was "Gangsta Nation" feat. Nate Dogg, this is a memorable cut and my favourite at the moment. Westside Connection and Nate Dogg collabrate well on the lead single. Next couple of cuts dont really standout that much for me, maybe with more play they will. "So Many Rappers in Love" definitely does standout though, this a track where Westside Connection tears into MC's who used to act gangsta, fake thugs, and those who overuse R & B collabrations. While some people might think this is hating, I see it just as them expressing there views on how the games changed and how some rappers change there styles to get mainstream appeal. Westside Connection is basically sick of the never ending amount of R & B/Rap collabrations out these days on the radio and are speaking out about it. Backed by a nice beat and a exceptional chorus Westside Connection delivers a great track with "You Gotta Have Heart" a cut about surviving and thriving in the game. The title track "Terrorist Threats" has the connection dropping some more hardcore rhymes backed by a pounding beat. The closing track is "Superstar" (Double Murder = Double Platinum), a track where Westside Connection talks about the industry, media and how being shot or having a criminal record can make selling units easier regardless of actual skill. By dropping some bangers and not holding back on there opinions on "Terrorist Threats" Westside Connection have delivered a strong album worth checking out.
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damn I'm glad westside connection made a comeback this is better than the first cube, wc, and mack 10 has delivered and this is such a relief from the lame crappy love songs I've been hearing from all these stupid rappers who can't decide whether they're thugs or lovers. cube, and mack 10 is tight, and wc gives us more of that crazy flow he's known for I think wc is the best rapper I've heard this millenium can nobody touch his style check out the shadiest one, and ghetto heisman.
banging this whole cd is the best cd I' heard all year and worth the money I hope this brings the west coast some recognition since everybody's riding their straps like jay z, ja rule, camron, nelly, and noreaga copying slang by my man e40 glad that california isn't all about sno, and eminem and 50.
yo 50 cent, g unit, and other new york rappers take notes.
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"Terrorist Threats" is full of "bangers" and starts off really strong. The first 8-9 songs are very catchy and are potential hits. The rapping skill of Ice Cube, Mack 10 & WC have not reached a new level, but they still deliver some incredible verses. The only problem with this release is that as the album progresses towards the end, the songs become less hard and less "gangsta", but rather more melodic and r'n'b like. This, to a certain extend, spoils the overall impression of the album. Still, all songs are worth listening, especially to people with wider tastes in rap. Compared to Westside Connection's previous album, this one is a bit of a lyrical downfall, but is still truly worth your time
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By A Customer on December 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
First, I Gotta Say It's Been A While Since This Group Of Three Has Come Out With A CD Together. Second I Gotta Say That This Is What Hip-Hop Needs. I Dont Know About Some Of The Queers That Gave This CD A Weak Review. U Need To Look At Rap Today And Look At WSC And Pray To God That They Come Out With More S***. I'm Sick Of Fifty, Ja, Lil' Jon, Eminem, DMX, Jay-Z, And All These Othr Commercial Rappers. Finally Some Real Gangsters On The Sceen, And Not The Studio Kind. Who Cares If They Dont Gangbang Ne More, They Can Still Preach Thier Hardcore Gangsta Lyrics. So I Have Nothing But Praise For This CD, And Everyone That Is Hating On Them Go Pop Some Justin Timberlake And Ur CD PLayer And Try Not To Get Ur Panties In A Twist....
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What happened to the good rap? I sure miss the days of 2pac, NWA, and the OLD Snoop Dogg (not the sell out joke he is now). Well at any rate, this CD is the closest thing to good rap anymore so it may be worth your money. Buy it if you miss the old school rap of the late 80's and early 90's. If not, at least listen to song 9 and hear three **REAL** gangstas completely trash the new hip hop scene. This song alone is worth the $12. Also, for the million+ of you who bought the Chingy, Lil Jon, Nelly, or Lil Bow Wow CD, what were you thinking? Don't buy this CD because it doesn't desserve to be in the same CD case as any of them. Please stop supporting the new club, pop like, 13 year old fanbased rap of today. It is horrible.
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The production is great for the most part but there are some tracks that are lacking. "9-1-1" great track by young T.R.E, i love this song everything comes together perfectly possibly the best track on the album, each rapper delivers great lyrics that match the beat and concept. "potential Victims" is another great song if a bit short on the verses. Cube and Mack-10 steal it, WC is solid. To speed things up i'll do it like this......
Gangsta Nation- nice beat, good enough lyrics, WC shines
Get Ignit- nice beat (if a little commercial) nice lyrics by all 3, Mack's verse is probably my fav,
Pimp the system- good beat, nice lyrics, cube shines
dont get outta pocket- okay here's the tricky part. When i first heard this i didn't like it. i hated the beat but liked the lyrics. it's definitely one of those songs that may sound outta place.......unless it grows on you, it did with me. it's still an average beat but i dont skip as much(mostly for the lyrics, all 3 rip it
Izm- nice beat(sounds a little dated though) nice lyrics, cube again, coulda left this one off.....maybe with something more fitting to the "terrorist threats" theme
So many rappers in love- beat is kinda soft for me but i understand why they did it. i love the song nonetheless, i hate fake thugs like Ja-rule......etc. one of my fav's. lyrics are nice too
Light's out- nice beat, nice lyrics, mack-10 shines.....i think, cube is great too
Bangin at the party- hard baseline in this one i like, not for everybody, but still a banger, lyrics are average at best.
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