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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's blockbuster album, 'Uni5: The World's Enemy,' is its first release in more than 15 years with all five members in tow. Though 'Uni5: The World's Enemy' updates Bone's signature sound and style into a less abrasive, more reflective incarnation, the group's potency has only been heightened.
Although Flesh-N-Bone was arrested in the late 1990's and sentenced to more than a decade in prison, having all five group members working in unison on 'Uni5: The World's Enemy' gave the collection more significance in a robust effort. The unity of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony shines throughout 'Uni5: The World's Enemy.'
The piano-accented 'Facts Don't Lie' features the group coming together to document its history and cement its status as the rap game's original thugs, while the melodic 'Pay What They Owe' details how Bone changed the music world.
Long-time Bone fans know that one of the group's strengths is its ability to make credible inspirational music. The moody 'My Life' and the bluesy 'Determination' encourage fans to look for the positive in life and to not give up in the face of
adversity.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony reaches its creative apex on 'Uni5: The World's Enemy.' It's an album that could have only been made by worldly, battle-tested, street-savvy men who have tasted success and disappointment, who have known triumph and failure.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 4, 2010)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Asylum Records
  • ASIN: B002VH7P2G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160,185 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I was once a huge hip-hop fan. Those days are dead. But I still check in with Bone Thugs-n-Harmony every few years when they are able to get their acts together and put out an album. I always hope for a return to the glory days, but of course it never happens. Fans have been waiting 15 years for E. 1999 Eternal Part II. Never going to happen. We all know that. When I first heard that the 5 thugs would unify to make an album together, I was excited. When I heard it for the first time a few days ago, I though; eh, not bad. Since then the album has grown on me. It's refreshing to hear all 5 members doing what they've always done best. It's great that even now, bone still goes against the grain. Is this a pop record? No it isn't, I don't consider this club music as some reviewers have said. Sure, it's accessible and mellow, but it's not exactly what is popular now, so I can't call it pop. Will Bone expand their fan base with this? Probably not. Will it go platinum? No way. However, I don't care and I don't think they care anymore either. They are making the music that they love. Bone's heyday is long gone. They will never achieve the level they once did. Their last album did well on the strength of the single with Akon. I don't hear a hit single on this album. Sales are not my concern. I am just happy to hear the 5 original thugs rhyming together and harmonizing again. If they put out another record I'll buy it. I think at this point, I will support them until they retire.
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im not sure what the first reviewer is talking about but this is an outstanding album considering ths is the first album with all five members included in aabout 15 years.Now is this the best bone album ever? no of course not, but if you like rappers who can flow and actually have something important to say instead of the bubble gum rap forced upon consumers by radio then this is for you.for all the 90's babies who might not know about bone please note that at one time or another your favorite artist at one point has tried to sound like bone, from mariah carey to lil wayne to kid cudi, so you should definitly give the originators a try
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Another reviewer brought this up, and i totally agree. This is not Est.1999. This is not Art of War. This is not Resurrection. This is not Thug World Order. This is not Thug Stories. And this is not Strength and Loyalty. This is Bone at their most mature, most insightful, most religous, and finally most complete. We have never been given an album where all FIVE members shine equally, and I for one am ecstatically playing this cd over and over...and over and over. As a longtime Bone fan, I've grown up listening to these guys... literally GROWN UP. Any one of these negative reviewers obviously have not matured as they've gotten older, thus cannot see past the differences between this release and their first releases. This is reality rap for the soul, and I cannot endorse this melodic, positive, yet still banging, album enough. Ignore the naysayers, support the greatest Hip Hop group of all time, buy this album, and treat yourself to one of the best hip hop cd's we've been graced with in a LONG time.
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So, I have to say I was pretty unsure about my purchase when picking this up off Amazon. Mainly because I found the majority of the sample clips to sound very 'pop' like and generaly not in the likes of the traditional Bone style. It appears that Warner bros tried to appeal to a wider, perhaps younger audience with some of these songs....half of them sound completely different than the others. But having said that, this CD has REALLY grown on me and ironically has become one of my favorites in their collection. Track 4, 6 and 11 are my favorites. "Rebirth" is cool but kinda of getting old since I had watched the video so much before buying the album. I LOVE Layzie's and Krazie's verses in Rebirth....BUT, you also get to hear Flesh and Wish on the album cut which the totally left out on the Rebirth music video. All in all not perfect, but hey this isn't E 1999 anymore. The sound has changed, and our boys have matured. Take it for what it is...Cop the classics, then add this to your collection later. That's what I did.
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The first Bone song I heard was "Creepin On a Come Up" and I was 15. The Bone was young and I was young, it all matched. Now that I'm 29, I expect Bone to be more mature. They should be done with slanging and banging on East 1999. Like the Word say, when I was a child, I thought like a child, now that I'm a man, I shall think like a man. This is what the album is about. Bone defintely got the flow but now with a grown up message. If you expected the same old East 1999, Buddah Lova, Mr. Quiga type Bone from the old days, well you haven't grown up. This Bone is pass cartilage, get some calcium in your diet. Great album. This is 3X platinum music. I bet you. Saint Louis, 63113 out dirty!!!
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Much like the others here I been listening to Bone since Creepin On Ah Come Up, I was 12 or 13 when that came out. I followed their music devoutly all through the 90's but after Resurrection I kinda moved on. Yet as a lover of music Bone has remained an all-time-favorite of mine and they have had a huge part in shaping my musical tastes. All I can say about this album is that Bone sounds just as sharp as ever, the creativity and the verbal dexterity is still just as impressive, if not more, then it was in their earlier days. On this album they deliver their rhymes tightly with laser-beam precision but best of all, the melodies are layered so beautifully and skillfully. These dudes are on another level, simply addressing real-life issues encouraging us and themselves to maintain like warriors and continue to try and do the right thing especially when facing hard times. It's inspiring to still see these guys going in like family after all they've been through. Bone gave this album one hell of an effort and I totally respect their growth and maturity. I'm 28 years old now, I don't wanna hear E.1999 part 2, it's not about that anymore. On this album they are telling you what they are about NOW. I'm proud of these cats, true Legends in the game.
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