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  • Audio CD (7 Dec. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B002QEISRU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,692 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. IntroSnoop Dogg0:14£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. I Wanna Rock [Explicit]Snoop Dogg 3:56£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. 2 Minute Warning [Explicit]Snoop Dogg 1:53£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. 1800 (Featuring Lil Jon) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring Lil Jon 3:35£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Different Languages (Featuring Jazmine Sullivan) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring Jazmine Sullivan 4:44£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Gangsta Luv (feat. The-Dream) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring The-Dream 4:16£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Pronto (Ft. Soulja Boy Tell 'Em) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg featuring Soulja Boy Tell 'Em 4:57£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. That's Tha Homie [Explicit]Snoop Dogg 5:43£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Upside Down (feat. Nipsey Hussle and Problem) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg featuring Nipsey Hussle and Problem 4:44£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Secrets (Featuring Kokane) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring Kokane 4:53£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Pimpin Ain't EZ (Featuring R. Kelly) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring R. Kelly 4:12£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Luv Drunk (Featuring The Dream) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring The-Dream 3:55£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Special (Featuring Brandy and Pharrell) [Explicit]Snoop Dogg Featuring Brandy and Pharrell 5:26£0.99  Buy MP3 
Listen14. OutroSnoop Dogg 1:31£0.99  Buy MP3 

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Malice In Wonderland is the tenth studio album from Snoop Dogg--one of the finest rappers of his generation and a huge influence on the entire hip hop genre. With artists queueing up to work with Snoop, it is no surprise that this record features appearances from the likes of The Dream on single "Gangsta Luv", Soulja Boy on "Pronto" and R. Kelly on "Pimpin' Ain't EZ". With one of the most distinctive vocal styles in the world, Snoop Dogg continues to push himself and produce great rap music.

BBC Review

Snoop’s 2008 collection, Ego Trippin’, saw the gangsta rap veteran – “Pushing 40, still a big deal” – focus on his own rhymes, guests conspicuous by their absence. This tenth album takes the opposite approach, with a wealth of guests on board, but the results are similarly commendable. The rapper’s heyday, where incendiary LPs Doggystyle and Murder Was the Case helped define the gangsta sound, might arguably be behind him, but Snoop’s still exhibiting the singular traits that made his name.

Now chairman at Priority Records – he tells us he’s the boss with no little authority on the Lil Jon-featuring 1800 – Snoop’s extra-curricular business activities have proved much more than flirtatious distractions. He’s invested more than just his money, and while X-rated movies and the man’s own acting abilities are certainly not to everyone’s tastes, they go to show that Snoop has drive and ambition to spare. He dragged himself out of the ‘hood – “I went from a yard to a three-car garage” – and he’s never going back.

Malice…, both musically and lyrically, has enough nods to Snoop’s early releases to have some listeners concluding it’s a ‘return to form’. But the truth is, with only a few exceptions, his albums have been consistently strong. Snoop’s flow has defined him, relaxed but never missing a beat; his talk of being a gangsta is rooted in reality, and he’s genuinely lived the pimp lifestyle. Unlike many of his peers, Snoop’s really told it as it is, and with an enviably starry address book to hand he’s been able to surround himself with the cream of contemporary production talents.

“We need you to move… like, expeditiously,” instructs Snoop on Pronto – really, what other mainstream rapper ever uses that kind of language? The wordplay is slick throughout, and the production sharp and precise, both functional and fresh. Timbaland and Dr Dre earn co-credits on I Wanna Rock and That’s Tha Homie respectively, and their presence, alongside The Neptunes and Teddy Riley, is proof (if any was needed) that Snoop commands respect. Pimping ain’t easy, but Snoop’s evidently still at the forefront of this difficult field.

His eyes have never been off the prize, and while the journey from Dre protégé to today’s multi-media impresario hasn’t always been smooth, it’s certainly been interesting. And Malice… is a fine X to mark this spot in his career. --Mike Diver

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 11 Nov. 2012
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If you're a Snoop fan from back in the day, you'll have different expectations from the new generation who lap up Lil' Wayne. As much as I feel Snoop has had his greatest days and seems to just keep on going I try to forget about the past and take his album for what it is now.

With that aside, it's a typical recent Snoop album that will contain songs by artists you can't believe Snoop would ever join up with (Justin Timberlake was an epic low and Soulja boy is this albums surprise), beats that are a bit too mellow and funky, generic pop songs to please the radio BUT, and it's a big but, like a ladies big butt, the songs that are good are brilliant and almost worth the album. Typically these are the songs that direct back to the era of Snoop's most gangsta tunes.

He sets out, as a business man would, to cater for the largest audiences, the newby radio generation that eat up anything with a current artist in, the fans that like Snoops funk style and some songs for the fans that are still hooked on his gangster beats (me). This album is getting 5 stars because none of the songs are terrible and a lot are actually fantastic, they just don't all satisfy my real cravings for the old Snoop but I realise those days are probably gone and I enjoy this album for those top notch songs I do like. Don't hang the mic up just yet.
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By JL on 11 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Well Tha Big Homie is back once again!!! I just wanna say firstly that this is a good album from Snoop i give it 4 only cos i couldnt give it 3.5

Snoop as everyone knows has been in the game for a minute and has always been hampered by the fact his first album was a classic just like other artists like MJ, people cannot get over the fact that he cant do a better album than Doggystyle but this is way Doggystyle is a classic!!

Anyway this new album is a good album, and with every rapper these days u know it has the usual suspects as far as production so u got Danja, Neptunes, Tricky, so the production is good and some of the tracks are also very good especially the singles Gangsta Luv and I Wanna Rock which are 2 of the best tracks on the album along with Upside Down and Thats Tha Homie, Pimpin Aint EZ. The rest of the tracks are solid good tracks which u would expect of Snoop. On thing i found strange was the track with Lil Jon, i dunno but fr me lil jon and the stuf he does had its moment and it was a while ago so i found this track pretty random.

So the album over all is a good album and is worth getting but one thing i will say is that Snoop had a great mixtape out just before the album to biuld aniticipation for this album and to be honest the mixtape for me is probably better than the album, the mixtape was called ''I WANNA ROCK'', if u dont want the album i would def get the mixtape cos it had gangsta luv and the single i wanna rock on it which are 2 of the best tracks on the album!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott Jason Merrell on 25 Oct. 2012
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all i can say is that it is time for snoop tho hang up the mic it has come to the point where i dont buy a snoop album unless it is about 1 pound this album is to pop and the guess vocals are under-par with the like of soulja boy who aint even that good
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Malice n Wonderland is a Brilliant CD, With Some Amazing Songs Like Gangster Love. The CD is Definately a Mood Setting for Those Gangster Loving Teens, But Really It is For Various Ages and I Was Altogether Happy With It.

James.
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