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R U still down for more? More prolific than ever, the sadly departed Tupac reemerges with yet another compilation of demos, unfinished thoughts, and songs even he probably didn't like. Until the End of Time chronicles the fruitful Makaveli period of Pac's career, shortly before his untimely slaying. One of Tupac's greatest assets was the way he reveled in his own contradictions, the way he'd drop an uplifting track like "Keep Ya Head Up" in the middle of a hardcore gangsta album. Despite moments like the pensive "Until the End of Time" or "Letter 2 My Unborn," an overwhelming majority of Until is straight thug life. He's a masterful narrator ("Ballad of a Dead Soulja," "Last Ones Left"), but over the course of one-and-a-half hours the thugisms get monotonous, especially given the number of songs that appear twice. The most intriguing moments of Until are the odd references--to his own death, to a young Jay-Z, to the then-unknown phrase "Bling Bling." An album strictly for die-hards. --Hua Hsu
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 27, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Amaru/Interscope
  • ASIN: B00005AKBN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (281 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,102 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Don't misunderstand. This is not a "2Pac faked his own death" writing. I do, in fact find it amazing that an albulm released over 5 years after the man's death could be so on-point. Honestly, most music recorded this year, isn't up to today's standards, but 2Pac somehow...transcends time?...is timeless?
Anyway, I would have given this collection 6 stars if possible. Only because I gave All Eyez On Me 5 stars, and I think this one is far better. This is 2Pac in his prime...2Pac at his best.
According to the CD insert, this one was recorded during his Makaveli period, but the moods of the songs seem to span his carrer. While there are the tracks like M.O.B. that could have been on Makaveli or Thug N U Thug N Me that has All Eyez On Me written all over it, you've also got songs like Everything They Owe, which sings of restitution for misdeeds visited upon blacks in America, that are 2Pac at his most militant...2Pacalypse Now.
It's important to understand that this IS NOT a collection of songs that didn't make his previous albulms. Until The End Of Time is an unreleased albulm, on par with 2Pac's best recordings.
Poetic, relevant, good music.
Whether he's actually dead or not can be debated on and on. But you cannot question the fact that his words will live on forever.
Remember me as an outcast outlaw,
Another albulm out, that's what I'm about, more,
Gettin' raw 'til the day I see my casket,
Burried as a G, while the whole world remembers me,
Until the end of time.
-2Pac
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This album is the fourth album of new material released by 2pac, and surprisingly it is easier to compare it to albums he released when he was alive than his latest posthumous releases. It seems to be somewhere between Makaveli and All Eyez on Me. To those of you who may have been dissapointed by the posthumous releases of 2Pac or other artists, you will find no such disappointment here.
Most of the tracks have been remixed from their original counterparts and bootegged versions, but most are for the better because of it. This is a true 2Pac album, unlike Still I Rise which was a 2Pac + Outlawz albulm, and with two discs of material there is no shortage of 2Pac.
Some of the best tracks on the CD are: Ballad of a dead soulja, until the end of time, letter to my unborn, when thugs cry, and let em have it. 2Pacs lyrical ability is showcased very well in this package. I reccomend this to anyone interested in 2Pac, either a long-time fan or first time listener. This new album will not dissapoint you.
I am very satisfied. The only thing I had a problem with was some of the censoring of some of 2Pac's lyrics, although it only happened a few times throughout the entire album. Also, some of the tracks were dramatically altered from what 2pac had intended (as seen in unreleased versions). Such tracks are Closest Road Dogs and When Thugz Cry. Closest road dogs was a duet with Big Syke, not a solo song. When Thugz Cry had a really good chorus that was not included in the final cut. However, these are only minor issues, and both of those songs still sound great. This is a great rap album. Buy it and be amazed.
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By A Customer on May 30, 2001
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Tupac Shakur is not your typical rapper. He does not rap about things that are written just to sell records, he didn't do videos with himself coated in gold and platinum. Tupac was a poet and spoke about real life. This CD "Until The End of Time" is one of the best CDs I've heard (in any genre.) Tupac is unlike any other but if I was to compare him to anyone I wouldn't compare to people like Biggie Smalls and Jay Z.... but rather to people like Bob Marley and John Lennon. Tupac had something to say, and if you've ignored him so far because of the negative image he got in the media, PLEASE check this CD out. Tupac may not have been a perfect person, but he had a huge heart and an even bigger mind. This CD transcends rap music! My favorite tracks are "Ballad of a Dead Soulja" "Letter to my Unborn" and "This Ain't Livin." On one of his songs Tupac Shakur said tha the wanted to be a "living legend" when he died. With the continual release of CDs like this (far superior to the hip-pop on the radio these days) he is.
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By A Customer on April 5, 2001
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this is a great CD, fully worthy of putting 2Pac's name on it. it's got some tight tracks on it, including ballad of a dead soulja, world wide mob figgaz, thug n u thug n me, until the end of time,... and there's plenty more. what makes this CD great is you get to hear more of 2Pac's insights, visions, sorrow, pain, and struggles. 2Pac is still the realest rapper ever to live and with this CD, his messages and ideas remain loud and clear. unlike all these watered down hip hop lyrics that are played out and commercialized today, 2Pac's music was intended to not only entertain, but to communicate powerful ideas and provoke people to think and stand up for themselves. amaru and death row did an outstanding job on this cd, can't wait for the other double album to drop in the fall. tupac shakur lives on!
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2pac returns triumphantly on this 2 CD set and proves that he is still a vital voice in contemporary music. The album showcases a broad range of thoughts and styles from the tender introspection of 'Until The End Of Time' and 'Letter to My Unborn', to the wild, fun party cuts 'Let 'Em Have It' and the unrestrained anger of 'All Out' which declares war on Tupacs enemies past, present and future.
While Tupacs voice, lyrics and flow have remained as fresh and relevant as when he was alive, the production obviously suffers without his guidance. Rather than chosing to release the raw original versions, they have decided to commercalise the songs to lend them chart appeal. This is most noticeable on 'Words 2 My First Born' where the emotional weight and significance of the subject matter, is set to a dancehall style instrumental. 'Everything They Owe' also suffers due to an inexcusably sloppy production, where the verses run out of time with the backing track.
This leads me to my second gripe; if they have so obviously altered the production to give the album commercial appeal, why have they failed to promote it ?. .
2pac was and remains, a hip-hop legend and he deserves more respect and care, both in terms of production and promotion.
I strongly recommend this album,although purely on the strength of 2pacs vision and artistry.
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