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All Eyez On Me (Clean Version)

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Ambitionz Az A Ridah
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All About U
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Skandalouz
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Got My Mind Made Up
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How Do You Want It
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2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted
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No More Pain
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Heartz Of Men
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Life Goes On
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Only God Can Judge Me
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Tradin War Stories
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California Love (remix)
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I Ain't Mad At Cha
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Whatz Ya Phone #
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Can't C Me
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Shorty Wanna Be A Thug
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Holla At Me
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When We Ride
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Thug Passion
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Picture Me Rollin'
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Check Out Time
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All Eyez On Me
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Run Tha Streetz
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Ain't Hard 2 Find
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Total Tracks: 27   Total Length: 132:03

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Hua Hsu edits the hip-hop section of URB Magazine and writes about music, culture and politics for Slate, the Village Voice, The Wire and various other magazine...more »

05.04.09
After two hours, is the listener's exhaustion vicarious or inherited?
2009 | Label: Death Row Records / Entertainment One Distribution

There were fewer eyes back then, in the mid 1990s, a blink or two before hip-hop blossomed into a stable, safe form of global pop. All Eyez on Me — a compelling, colossal double-album and an even more engrossing story — helped insure that victory.

Despite his surging representation as a rapper and actor, 2Pac spent the release of his chart-topping breakthrough Me Against the World locked up. He had to rely on the dark machinations… read more »

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Maybe it was his time in prison, or maybe it was simply his signing with Suge Knight’s Death Row label. Whatever the case, 2Pac re-emerged hardened and hungry with All Eyez on Me, the first double-disc album of original material in hip-hop history. With all the controversy surrounding him, 2Pac seemingly wanted to throw down a monumental epic whose sheer scope would make it an achievement of itself. But more than that, it’s also an unabashed embrace of the gangsta lifestyle, backing off the sober self-recognition of Me Against the World. Sure, there are a few reflective numbers and dead-homiez tributes, but they’re much more romanticized this time around. All Eyez on Me is 2Pac the thug icon in all his brazen excess, throwing off all self-control and letting it all hang out — even if some of it would have been better kept to himself. In that sense, it’s an accurate depiction of what made him such a volatile and compelling personality, despite some undeniable filler. On the plus side, this is easily the best production he’s ever had on record, handled mostly by Johnny J (notably on the smash “How Do U Want It”) and Dat Nigga Daz; Dr. Dre also contributes another surefire single in “California Love” (which, unfortunately, is present only as a remix, not the original hit version). Both hits are on the front-loaded first disc, which would be a gangsta classic in itself; other highlights include the anthemic Snoop Dogg duet “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted,” “All About U” (with the required Nate Dogg-sung hook), and “I Ain’t Mad at Cha,” a tribute to old friends who’ve gotten off the streets. Despite some good moments, the second disc is slowed by filler and countless guest appearances, plus a few too many thug-lovin’ divas crooning their loyalty. Erratic though it may be, All Eyez on Me is nonetheless carried off with the assurance of a legend in his own time, and it stands as 2Pac’s magnum opus. [All Eyez on Me, Rovi – Steve Huey

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