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2Pac - All Eyez On Me album mp3
Performer: 2Pac
Genre: Hip-hop, RAP
Title: All Eyez On Me
MP3 album size: 2360 mb
FLAC album size: 2220 mb
Style: Gangsta, G-Funk
Country: US
Released: 22 May 2001
Catalog number: DRR 63008-1
Label: Death Row Records

Tracklist


1Check Out Time
Backing Vocals – Natasha WalkerEngineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGill, Patric ShevelinFeaturing – Big Syke, KuruptMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, R. Brown, T. Shakur, T. Himes
4:39
2Got My Mind Made Up
Engineer – Tommy DFeaturing – Dat Nigga Daz, Kurupt, Method Man & RedmanMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Dat Nigga DazWritten-By – D. Arnaud, R, Brown, T. Shakur
5:13
3Shorty Wanna Be A Thug
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave AronProducer – Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, T. Shakur
3:51
4Tradin War Stories
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – C-Bo, Storm , OutlawzMixed By – Dave Aron, Mike MosleyProducer – Mike Mosley, Rick Rock Written By – R. ThomasWritten-By – K Cox, M. Greenidge, M. Mosley, M. Beale, T. Shakur
5:29
5Life Goes On
Backing Vocals – Stacey SmallieEngineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – Johnny "J"Written-By – C. Simmons, J. Jackson, J. Jefferson, T. Shakur
5:02
6When We Ride
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – DJ Pooh, Outlaw ImmortalzMixed By – DJ Pooh, Dave AronWritten-By – B. Washington, M. Jordan, T. Shakur, T. Himes, Y. Fula
5:09
7All About U
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Fatal, Yaki KadafiFeaturing, Vocals [Additional] – Nate Dogg, Snoop Doggy DoggMixed By – David BlakeProducer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Written-By – Bruce Washington, Calvin Broadus, Johnny Jackson, L. Blackmon, Nathaniel Hale, T. Jenkins, Tupac Shakur, Yafeu Fula
4:37
8No More Pain
Engineer – Dave Aron, Tom DaughertyEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave Aron, DeVante SwingProducer – DeVanteWritten-By – C. Smith, D. Swing, R. Diggs, Jr., T. Shakur
6:14
92 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Snoop Doggy DoggMixed By – David BlakeProducer – Dat Nigga DazWritten-By – C. Broadus, D. Arnaud, T. Shakur
4:07
10Run Tha Streetz
Engineer – Rick Clifford, Troy StatonEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGill, Patrick ShevelinFeaturing – Michel'Le, Mutah, Storm Mixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, M. Beale, T. Shakur
5:17
11Thug Passion
Engineer – Alvin McGill, Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Jewell, Storm , OutlawzMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Talkbox – David BlakeWritten-By – D. Hunter, J. Peyton, J. Jackson, K. Cox, L. Troutman, M. Greenidge, M. Beale, R. Troutman, S. Murdock, T. Shakur
5:08
12I Ain't Mad At Cha
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Danny BoyMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Dat Nigga DazWritten-By – D. Steward, D. Arnaud, E. Jordon, T. Shakur
4:53
13Ain't Hard 2 Find
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – B-Legit, C-Bo, E-40, Richie Rich Mixed By – Dave Aron, Mike MosleyProducer – Mike Mosley, Rick Rock Written-By – B. Jones, D. Stevens, E. Stevens, M. Mosley, R. Thomas, S. Thomas, T. Shakur
4:29
14Can't C Me
Producer [Assistant] – Larry ChatmanProducer, Mixed By – Dr. DreVocals [Additional] – George ClintonWritten-By – Dr. Dre, T. Shakur
5:30
15Only God Can Judge Me
Engineer – Alvin McGill, Rick CliffordFeaturing – Rappin' 4-TayMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Doug Rasheed, Harold Scrap FreddieWritten-By – D Rasheed, T. Shakur
4:57
16What'z Ya Phone #
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing, Backing Vocals – Danny BoyMixed By – David BlakeProducer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, T. Shakur
5:10
17Ratha Be Ya Nigga
Backing Vocals – Ebony , Puff JohnsonEngineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Richie Rich Mixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Doug RasheedWritten-By – D. Rasheed, T. Shakur
4:14
18Heaven Ain't Hard 2 Find
Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Danny BoyEngineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave Aron, QD 3Producer – QD3Written-By – QD 3, T. Shakur
3:58
19Heartz Of Men
Engineer – Carlos WarlickEngineer [Assistant] – Mike GeiserMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – David BlakeWritten-By – B. Worrell, D. Blake, C. Haskins, G. Clinton, Jr., Prince, T. Shakur, W. Collins
4:43
20California Love (Rmx)
Backing Vocals – Barbara Wilson, Danette Williams, Dorothy ColemanEngineer – Keston E. WrightFeaturing – Dr. Dre, Roger TroutmanKeyboards – Sean "Barney Rubble" ThomasPercussion – Carl "Butch" SmallProducer [Assistant] – Larry ChatmanProducer, Mixed By – Dr. DreTalkbox – Roger TroutmanWritten-By – Dr. Dre, L. Troutman, N. Durham, R. Troutman, T. Shakur, W. Cunningham
6:25
21Picture Me Rollin'
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Big Syke, CPO, Danny BoyMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, T. Shakur, T. Himes, V. Edwards
5:15
22All Eyez On Me
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Big SykeMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Pennington, J. Jackson, T. Shakur, T. Himes
5:08
23Wonda Why They Call U Bytch
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – 2Pac, Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, T. Shakur
4:19
24How Do U Want It
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – K-Ci & JoJoMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – Johnny "J"Written-By – J. Jackson, T. Shakur
4:47
25Ambitionz Az A Ridah
Engineer – Dave AronEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Dat Nigga DazWritten-By – D. Arnaud, T. Shakur
4:39
26Holla At Me
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillMixed By – Dave Aron, Johnny "J"Producer – Bobby "Bobcat" ErvinWritten-By – B. Ervin, T. Shakur
4:56
27Skandalouz
Engineer – Rick CliffordEngineer [Assistant] – Alvin McGillFeaturing – Nate DoggMixed By – Carlos Warlick, David BlakeProducer – Dat Nigga DazWritten-By – D. Arnaud, T. Shakur
4:09
28 Book 1
29 Book 2

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
314-524 204-12Pac All Eyez On Me ‎(4xLP, Album)Death Row Records , Interscope Records314-524 204-1US1996
314-524 204-22Pac All Eyez On Me ‎(2xCD, Album)Death Row Records 314-524 204-2Canada1996
DRR 63009-22Pac All Eyez On Me ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Cle)Death Row Records DRR 63009-2US2001
M 10472Pac All Eyez On Me (Book I) ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Mad VoxM 1047RussiaUnknown
524 249-22Pac All Eyez On Me ‎(2xCD, Album)Death Row Records 524 249-2UK1996

Credits


  • Executive-ProducerSuge Knight
  • Co-producer2Pac
  • Executive-ProducerSuge Knight
  • Mastered ByBrian "Big Bass" Gardner
  • Other [Styling] – Barbara Warren
  • Photography ByKen Nahoum
  • Producer2Pac (tracks: 1-2, 1-14, 2-4, 2-6, 2-8, 2-11), Dat Nigga Daz (tracks: 1-1, 1-3, 1-4, 1-6, 1-13), Johnny "J" (tracks: 1-2, 1-5, 1-9, 1-14, 2-4, 2-6 to 2-8, 2-10, 2-11)
  • Co-producer2Pac
  • Executive-ProducerSuge Knight
  • Lacquer Cut ByDc
  • Mastered ByBrian "Big Bass" Gardner
  • Other [Styling] – Barbara Warren
  • Photography ByEdge Films, Ken Nahoum

Notes


Catalognumber on the CD1: 524 249-2 (524 250-2)
Catalognumber on the CD2: 524 249-2 (524 251-2)
Catalognumber on the back of the booklet: 524 204-2

℗ 1996 Death Row Records/Interscope Records except track 1-12 ℗ 1995 Death Row Records/Interscope Records © 1996 Death Row Records/Interscope Records. The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Death Row Records/Interscope Records and exclusively licensed to Island Records Ltd in the UK.

Sticker on the front cover case. Track 2-14 only listed on the back cover.

Looks like 2Pac - All Eyez On Me but here is 14 tracks on Disc2Remastered 2001 reissue. Original issue released in 1996.

Recorded at Can-Am Studios.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering.

℗ 1996 Death Row Records.
© 2001 Ron Winter Productions under Exclusive European Licence from Death Row Records.
Distributed by SPV GmbH, P.O. Box 72147, 30531 Hannover.
Made in Germany.[Back cover]
+℗©1995/℗©1996, 2001 Death Row Recordings, LLC.
Manufactured and Distributed by Death Row Recordings, LLC.

[Inner Gatefold]
Recorded at Can-Am Studios
Mastered […] at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 4001617 941522
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): [Sonopress logo] A-60064/ 94152-1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): [Sonopress logo] A-60065/ 94152-2 A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LB 47
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 0787
  • Label Code: LC11645
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Barcode (Text): 7 31452 42492 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 731452424921
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Price Code: PY 898
  • Rights Society (Attached Boxes): BIEM STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 1): PMDC FRANCE 524 250_2 90A L7 1AF
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 1): Made in France by PMDC 524 251 2 90A 1A
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 1): IFPI L004
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 1): IFPI L004
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 1): IFPI 0296
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 1): IFPI 0299
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 2): PMDC FRANCE 524 250_2 90A L7 1.A
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 2): PMDC FRANCE 524 251_2 90 L7 1-F
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 2): IFPI L004
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 2): IFPI L004
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 2): IFPI 0240
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 2): IFPI 0207
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, Variant 3): PMDC FRANCE 524 250_2 90 L7 1C
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, Variant 3): PMDC FRANCE 524 251_2 90 L7 1C
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, Variant 3): IFPI L004
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, Variant 3): IFPI L004
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, Variant 3): IFPI 0261
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, Variant 3): IFPI 0247
  • Barcode: 7 28706 30081 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 728706300810
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): 6807-63008-1 (A) S-47599 [S-47566, scratched out] DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): 6807-63008-1 (B) S-47600 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): 6807-63008-1 (C) S-47601 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): 6807-63008-1 (D) S-47602 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E, etched): 6807-63008-1 (E) S-47603 RE-1 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F, etched): 6807-63008-1 (F) S-47604 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side G, etched): 6807-63008-1 (G) S-47605 DcBqs
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side H, etched): 6807-63008-1 (H) S-47606 DcBqs

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Death Row Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ron Winter Productions
  • Licensed From – Death Row Records
  • Distributed By – SPV GmbH
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – A-60064
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – A-60065
  • Recorded At – Can-Am Recorders
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Death Row Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Death Row Records
  • Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
  • Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – PMDC, France
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Death Row Recordings, LLC
  • Copyright (c) – Death Row Recordings, LLC
  • Manufactured By – Death Row Recordings, LLC
  • Distributed By – Death Row Recordings, LLC
  • Recorded At – Can-Am Recorders
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Better Quality Sound
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47599
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47600
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47601
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47602
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47603
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47604
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47605
  • Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-47606
  • Published By – Songs Of Universal
  • Published By – Joshua's Dream
  • Published By – D. Dillinger Music
  • Published By – Big Simon Says Publishing
  • Published By – Wb Music Corp.
  • Published By – My Own Chit Music
  • Published By – Nate Dogg Music
  • Published By – Gimmie Minz Music
  • Published By – Yaki Kadafi Music
  • Published By – Universal Music Corp.
  • Published By – Black/Hispanic Music
  • Published By – All Seeing Eye Music
  • Published By – PolyGram International Publishing, Inc.
  • Published By – Better Days Music
  • Published By – Songs Of PolyGram International, Inc.
  • Published By – Antraphil Music
  • Published By – Sharon Hill Music
  • Published By – Da-Swing Mob
  • Published By – EMI April Music Inc.
  • Published By – Ramecca Publishing
  • Published By – Wu-Tang Publishing
  • Published By – Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc.
  • Published By – Way 2 Quik
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Lemana
it doesn't sound as bad as some people say it sounds here. I never heard the first pressing from 96 but I don't think that that it would sound much better (another guy here says the original doesn't sound much better). but the cover with that "digitally remastered" written all over looks bad! overall the bass is really low and LOUD ! but the vocals are clearly listenable.I think this vinyl still sounds better than my original 1996 CD. but sure I could master it better^^
inform
Truly one of the worst sounding records in my collection. By the time side B1 ends, my ears are so fatigued that I just give up and play the FLAC, since it's obvious this was pressed from the CD master.
Qane
What a lovely new pressing. It really is a nice treat. I think that 2pac would be very pleased with the quality of this new pressing. In fact, while I am listening to it, I like to imagine him (2pac) looking down from heaven and smiling at me, with such a happy look on his face.
Xinetan
Play it on a serious stereo set and it blows u away !Don’t be misled by negatieve reviews here. And keep in mind it is recorded in 1996. These days everything sounds more vibrant and clearer. Enjoy friends ????
Fearlessrunner
Pressing review :The tracks dont sound all that dynamic/full but generally its fine. I wouldnt go out and pay anything over 50$ for this release but at 30ish dollars I think its great value. The worst thing aside from cosmetic issues is that 1 track (so far) seems to have some weird high pitch background noise but you might not hear it and its not super obvious.
Phalaken
Anyone else realize the misspellings of names in 2pac’s thank yous? Mutulu Shakur is spelled “Mutula Shakur” and Sekou Odinga is spelled “Sekon Odiaga” Just kinda weird, wondering if the original press also has this misspelling
Mr_TrOlOlO
I love this album and every song is a classic.
Onetarieva
Anyone else came across a 2017 European release of this album? It basically looks the same but without this "2 compact disc" or whatever thing on the front cover.
Andromakus
Not with my records... The sound is crap ! I think i put a potatoe on my turntable that will be the same song
Fog
Yep got mine ! Really good pressing, sounds clear and powerful !
Llathidan
worst pressing I have ever heard. The sound is weak. Pac's vocal is low and muffled. Whoever did this remastering needs more training. Bad pressing ! don't buy ...
Nilador
I have tried really hard to like this album but after repeated listening I just can't. Such a mediocre MC at best, throw away terrible production. Sorry, I've been into hip hop since day one and I will never understand what the appeal is. My observation is that everyone I know who hates real hip hop loves Tupac, for this lp especially... figures.
Funky
You, my friend, are a joke! No offence ;) :P
Usanner
  Ackniculous you've been into hip hop since day one... When was that? 2007?
Jusari
DParry78 This whole notion that All Eyez On Me has filler is a bullshit re-writing of hip hop history. This album was considered a classic and one of the best ever by nearly everyone when it came out. Only when the age of the internet came did I ever find people saying this album (or any other classic album for that matter) has filler or is weak - never seen that in person before, its universally considered a classic almost everywhere. The first disc alone is nearly flawless, and while the second disc isn't quite as strong it still contains several classic tracks. And to say Pac fan's have no idea of rap is nonsensical and a sweeping generalization at best. I love this album for the same reasons I love any other hip hop classic, be it Illmatic, 36 Chambers, The Chronic, It Takes A Nation, etc. If you don't consider this album a classic you probably under the age of 35 and werent' around to see its impact. This new generation of so-called "purists" and hipsters trying to re-write history. If you were of age when this album came out and try to front on it, thats EVEN worse cause it just makes you a hater, or at the very least, you don't have the hip hop knowledge that you think you do. Goddamn I’m happy you said this. Sick and tired of the idiots spreading their ignorant opinions as gospel on this site.
JoJolar
This whole notion that All Eyez On Me has filler is a bullshit re-writing of hip hop history. This album was considered a classic and one of the best ever by nearly everyone when it came out. Only when the age of the internet came did I ever find people saying this album (or any other classic album for that matter) has filler or is weak - never seen that in person before, its universally considered a classic almost everywhere. The first disc alone is nearly flawless, and while the second disc isn't quite as strong it still contains several classic tracks. And to say Pac fan's have no idea of rap is nonsensical and a sweeping generalization at best. I love this album for the same reasons I love any other hip hop classic, be it Illmatic, 36 Chambers, The Chronic, It Takes A Nation, etc. If you don't consider this album a classic you probably under the age of 35 and werent' around to see its impact. This new generation of so-called "purists" and hipsters trying to re-write history. If you were of age when this album came out and try to front on it, thats EVEN worse cause it just makes you a hater, or at the very least, you don't have the hip hop knowledge that you think you do.
fetish
Yo! Feel you. Having this discussion often with friends. I'm a rap fan as well, record collector, DJ, Soul, Funk, Disco, Rap and House music addict.While most 2Pac Fans have no idea of rap, most hardcore rap fans have no idea of 2Pac. His second album "Srictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.." is a super hard, raw as f funk bomb. 10 times harder then any Public Enemy record. Some songs are in a bad recording/mixing quality though. The Album "Thug Life" is a bomb as well. Superior West Cost LP. Both of these LPs have very few fillers, most songs are good. "Me Against The World" and "Makaveli ‎– The Don Killuminati" are good as well. "Thug Life" and "Me against the World" contain some of the best Easy Mo Bee productions ever.Stay away from the stuff released after his death. His first album is mediocre and "All Eyez On Me" contains way more fillers, then good songs though.
MARK BEN FORD
Why are you dropping the same opinion on two releases?That's nonsense!Anyway, I cannot follow your opinion at all!
Modigas
I've had this pressing since 2007 and have heard it many times on different equipment throughout the years. It's a good pressing. Minimal crackle/pop and I think it sounds better than the remastered CD. If you're getting skips then use a better turntable and learn how to properly set it up.
MeGa_NunC
In what way do you think it sounds better than the CD? :)
Stylish Monkey
I found this pressing to be absolutely horrendous after side 1. I might have just drawn a dud copy, but it basically muffled half-way through Skandalouz and fidelity never returned. A pressing using the same stampers was issued somewhere around 2014 and it blows.
The Sinners from Mitar
It drives me crazy that they cheaped out and put the 2CD flag on the album cover, but the collection sounds good so no need to really drop coin on a minty OG pressing.
CrazyDemon
Should I go for the OG or the reissue? How much different is the sound difference?
Galubel
Anyone else have skips on Got My Mind Made up (towards the beginning)? Got my brand new and sealed, and even tried cleaning after I heard the skips but no luck....
Ice_One_Guys
No skips on my copy. Plays perfectly from start to finish on my AT LP-120. Guess I lucked out?I've had other albums that skipped straight out of the shrink, though...even after trying multiple copies. Sometimes, adjusting the tracking force helps. On the 180-gram reissue of the first Clash album, Janie Jones skips, but if I adjust the counterweight from my usual "2" to a "1.5," it reduces the skips to a couple of fleeting pops.
Buge
Got them as well. The whole record is really well recorded apart from this one... Less annoying, the sleeve has been taken from the CD cover.
Yahm
Brand new reissue ...brilliant album altho dated now ...but still a classic .My only criticism is that california love should have been the original and not the remix. RIP PAC <3
Lanin
I will forever be perplexed by the love 2Pac garners from two totatlly different types of fans; one group bumps Pac for the thug side of him, as featured on tracks like "2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted" and "How do you Want it;" yet, there is an equal and perhaps more vocal following that loved Tupac for his save the world/stand up to life songs like "Wonder why they call you bitch," or "I ain't mad at cha." I'm somewhere in the middle, with a foot closer to the bitches ain't shit message he was so good at delivering. Regardless, for any 2Pac fan, this LP with its four records is undoubtedly a must-own. From the perspective of a hip-hop historian (whatever that means), this very well could be the most important album to be released. Especially if you examine when it came out (shortly after Shakur was released from prision;), it's format (the first double rap album ever), and what it meant with respect to Shakur's eventual murder (essentially served as a catalyst for the east/west coast hip-hop rivalry).
Kale
You are absolutely wrong comrade. 100's my ass. This IS indeed the first double rap album ever. You need to do your homework and learn your hip hop history before making such absurd assertions. I guess if you count the Master P "compilation" album called Down South Hustlers, then All Eyez On Me would technically be the second double rap album ever recorded, but Master P's album was a compilation of various artists and therefore doesn't really count. It doesn't matter either way. Pac's album was the first double cd to MATTER - it was the album that made it a rite of passage for other MC's to make their own double albums. They saw the massive commercial success of this album that still maintained hip hop respect and tried to replicate it. The impact and influence of this album is almost immeasurable - and it ain't even Pac's best album - that title goes to Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.
Mustard Forgotten
Mate. This was not the first 'double' rap album ever. Err there were 100's before this. Don't know what you're on about here.
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Tame Impala - Live VersionsKanye West - The Life Of PabloBurial - Temple SleeperHans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch - Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)David Sylvian - Dead Bees On A CakeJoy Orbison & Boddika - More Maim / In HereTame Impala - InnerspeakerSantana - Abraxas2Pac - All Eyez On MeSpaced - DeeperRolling Stones - Blue & LonesomeMazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might SeePink Floyd - AnimalsMidland - Final CreditsDead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting VegetablesVarious - Chicago ServicePink Floyd - PulseBoards Of Canada - The Campfire HeadphaseAphex Twin - Modular TraxHans Zimmer - Inception (Music From The Motion Picture)Wun Two - Baker's DozenVarious - Ideas Of Reference And The Luna SeaÉdouard-Léon Scott De Martinville - Au Clair De La LuneZomby - Where Were U In '92?Portishead - DummyGrizzly Bear - Painted RuinsDeath Grips - Bottomless PitRyo Fukui - SceneryBobby Konders - House RhythmsJon Hopkins - SingularityBjörk - BiophiliaBlack Sabbath - SabotageDanny Tenaglia - Global Underground 017: LondonMarika Hackman - We Slept At LastNirvana - In UteroKowton - Whities 002Takuya Kuroda - Rising SonLouiselle - La MoscaSupertramp - Breakfast In AmericaPaul Simon - Graceland (The Remixes)Bad Influence Featuring DJ Rush Puppie - Time & Time / Back In The DayVarious - BoJack Horseman (Music From The Netflix Original Series)Lorde - The Love Club EPModest Mouse - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even SankKeane - Hopes And FearsLa Ley - DesiertosB12 - Electro-SomaMark System - Final ApproachPsychic Mirrors - I Come For Your LoveEric B. & Rakim / Prince - I Know You Got Soul / UptownVarious - Superlongevity 6Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia - 1989Neon Indian - VEGA INTL. Night SchoolDave Matthews Band - CrashPhotek - Form & FunctionLuxury Elite - World ClassAFX - Analord 02Chris Stapleton - TravellerNine Inch Nails - Bad WitchDamien Jurado - Visions Of Us On The LandAdonis - We're Rocking Down The HouseTool - 72826Daniel Schmidt And The Berkeley Gamelan - In My Arms, Many FlowersPender Street Steppers - Life In The ZoneChiwoniso - ZvichaperaThe Sonics - 50Rupture - Orangutan Suicide SessionsTame Impala - Tame ImpalaSIT - Sideways LPSystem Of A Down - ToxicityPaysage D'Hiver - Paysage D'HiverClio - EyesJeff Mills - Live At The Liquid Room - TokyoRoyal Crown Of Sweden - R.E.G.A.L.I.E.R.Foo Fighters - Wasting LightD.J. Flash - I Have A DreamWhite Poppy - White PoppyEast End Dubs - Social 4Neuromancer - Pennywise / The Unforgettable FeelingThe Flaming Lips - Strobo TripB-Key - The Guitars Tune / The MaskDJ Detweiler - Flutedrop 7"Cream - Disraeli GearsF.U.S.E., Further Underground Sound Experiments - Substance AbuseQueen - Rock MontrealRichard Wahnfried - Time ActorBetween The Buried And Me - Automata ILemon D - Urban Flava Pt 1DJ Tiësto - Magik Six: Live In AmsterdamMassive Attack - Ritual SpiritThe Dead Texan - The Dead TexanBen Folds Five - The Unauthorized Biography Of Reinhold MessnerLarry De Kat - Purrrversions EPMichael Jackson - ThrillerBeastie Boys - Ill CommunicationDon Blackman - Don BlackmanThe Tea Party - The Edges Of TwilightUnknown Artist - UntitledUnionJack - There Will Be No ArmageddonKode9 + The Spaceape - Memories Of The Future