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Lethal Injection (World) (Explicit) (Remastered) [Explicit Lyrics, Original recording remastered]

Ice Cube Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (24 Mar 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B00008GQDD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 125,021 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. The Shot (Intro) (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube0:540.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Really Doe (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:280.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Ghetto Bird (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 3:500.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. You Know How We Do It (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 3:520.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Cave Bitch (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:170.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Bop Gun (One Nation) (Digitally Remastered 03) (Feat. George Clinton) [Explicit]Ice Cube Featuring George Clinton11:172.49  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. What Can I Do? (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:390.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Lil Ass Gee (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:040.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Make It Ruff, Make It Smooth (Digitally Remastered 03) (Feat. K-Dee) [Explicit]Ice Cube Featuring K-Dee 4:230.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Down For Whatever (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:390.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Enemy (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:500.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. When I Get To Heaven (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 5:030.99  Buy MP3 
Listen13. What Can I Do? (Westside Remix) (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:270.99  Buy MP3 
Listen14. What Can I Do?(Explicit) (Eastside Remix) (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:460.99  Buy MP3 
Listen15. You Know How We Do It (Remix) (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 4:230.99  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Lil Ass Gee (Eerie Gumbo Remix) (Digitally Remastered 03) [Explicit]Ice Cube 5:210.99  Buy MP3 


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Cube does G-funk (but keeps it real) 3 May 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
For his follow-up to the excellent career-best 'The Predator', Ice Cube embraced funk grooves and gritty urban seventies beats, laying down big thick basslines, looping scratchy samples and serving up funk-synth lines and hard as nails rapping over the top. From the Slick Rick-sampling Really Doe onwards this album is vintage Cube, telling tales of wayward cops, intrusive cop helicopters, carjackings, teenage gangstas "harder than the O.G.s", and religion (honest). It's an infectiously listenable album, very accessible in that it moves away from the hardcore gangsta rap of NWA and early Cube solo work. It stands with The Predator as his most accomplished work to date - Cube sounds best when he's heavily involved in both writing and producing (as on these 2 albums). On later albums he concentrated on other areas, and the music and overall sound suffered accordingly. However, here he was in fine form, at the top of his game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By jamzy
Format:Audio CD
The title says it all, I mean when i first bought I just coudn't stop playing this album and saddly this is the last classic album Ice cube made as a solo artist but this album is not political as Death certificate or Predator but this album has only one political song which is "Ghetto bird" everything else is more gansta Rap and Gfunk sound and I wish he went on with his career with this sound but saddly this is the only album with that sound, but other then that this album is great! must if your a fan of westcoast hip hop and fan of Ice cube like every hip hop head!!
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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as his earlier albums 5 May 2004
By Lucas
Format:Audio CD
Following the relentless intensity of his early-'90s albums, particularly his post-Rodney King statement, The Predator (1992), Ice Cube reclined a bit and put his rap career on autopilot beginning with Lethal Injection, the last album he would record for five years. Yes, it's a disappointing album, but it's not a terrible album by any means, of course. Even if Ice Cube is a little devoid of substance here relative to his rabble-rousing past, he's still a talented rapper, and he has one of the West Coast's premier producers, QDIII, joining him for almost half the album. Unfortunately, much of what made Ice Cube's early-'90s albums so electric — his thoughtfulness, wit, hostility, energy, and social consciousness — is sadly in short supply. For compensation, Ice Cube offers a few standout singles, namely "You Know How We Do It" and "Bop Gun (One Nation)." The former follows the successful template that worked a year earlier with "It Was a Good Day" — a laid-back G-funk ballad laced with an old-school funk vibe; the latter clocks over 11 minutes, an epic ode to George Clinton's P-Funk legacy. These two songs undoubtedly rank alongside Ice Cube's best work ever. There are a few other songs like "Really Doe" and "Ghetto Bird" that also stand out, but even these songs sound rather lackluster relative to Ice Cube's previous work. He's obviously not interested in making an album as daring and ambitious as The Predator again, and you can't really blame him. After all, Ice Cube had delivered three brilliant albums, and a similarly brilliant EP as well, Kill at Will (1990), in just three years, not to mention his then-burgeoning role as an actor. He deserved a break. But at least he took the time to craft two standout singles that alone make this album worthy.
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WESTSIDE 18 April 2006
By C. Mort
Format:Audio CD
This is a great album,every song is hot its got a true westcoast feel to it and i luv it!

if u luv true gangsta rap eg westcoast then ul buy this.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  46 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Really Dope. 6 Feb 2006
By H3@+h - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have to admit, I listened to this album constantly when it came out. It's what I think of as Ice Cube's g-funk album. I say that because I think this was his answer to "The Chronic" and "Doggystyle". A few tracks I don't care for much, but the better ones make it worth owning. "Really Doe" and "Ghetto Bird" are both great, and "You Know How We Do It" is a cruising classic. "Bop Gun" is a sweet party track, because of it's length, and the fact that George Clinton is on it. I also dig the groovy "Make It Rough, Make It Smooth", "Down For Whatever", and "When I Get To Heaven". All on the mellow side. As for the bonus tracks, I don't think they're half as good as the bonus tracks on "The Predator", but with the remastering I'll take 'em. This is also another Cube disc that's heavy on the pro-black/anti-white thing, fyi. Still though, a must for bigger fans, others can probably stick with the "Hits".
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars People don't know what they're missing 10 July 2000
By J. Jongeling - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is the best cd Cube has ever made, period. Why only 4 stars? I dunno. But this definetely deserves 5 stars because it has the best songs you'll ever hear out of gangsta rap like One Nation (Bop Gun), Ghetto Bird, Really Doe and so many more. I know it only has 12 tracks but, people, listen to the quality on this record...It's phonomenal. I have hardly seen any rapper or music artist, for that matter put so much quality and chance into an album. I hope you go by my word and make this cd a part of your collection.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Re-Release Of A Sick Ice Cube Album 8 Dec 2007
By Soul Groove - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
In late 1993, Ice Cube releases his 4th full length album (5th if you count Kill At Will EP). He still has some heat in his often angry social and political lyrics. But, he does chill a litle more, as do the beats. Beatwise, this is my favorite Cube album. Sir Jinx, Laylaw (Above the Law), QD III, Madness 4 Real, 88X Unit, and Brian G lace cube up with some smokin' G-Funk beats. His previous albums had some funky beats that were more pre g-funk and more raw, while these are more polished. QD III laced "You Know How We Do It" is one of my favorite g-funk songs of all time. The beat is sunny and laidback with a touch of soul, and there is a piercing whiny synth making the joint a great one to roll to. Cube's rhymes add to the relaxed effect of this classic. "Ghetto Bird" is a pulsating joint where Cube flees the cops, ducks the police chopper, jacks someone's ride, and goes to his woman's house and digs her out. The beat is bouncy with another whiny synth. "Make It Ruff, Make It Smooth" (f/ K-Dee) is a raucous good time. Cube is the ruff loc, and K-Dee is the smooth mack over a bouncy, twangy lowrider beat. "When I Get To Heaven" is a little more controversial. He discusses the corruptness and emptiness of the church declaring it "nuthin' but a fashion show." He knocks on religion. Take it how you want you to. The beat is chill and twangy and has a cool vibe with a flute in the hook. "Lil A-- Gee" is a tale of a younster growin' up fast and causin' trouble and panic mad young. "Cave B----" is an angry, controversial, and somewhat humorous knock on white women and how Ice Cube wants nothing to do with them. The beat has a little more East Coast bump to it and sounds dope in the system. Then we have the full album version of "Bop Gun(One Nation)," a p-funk meets g-funk classic with George Clinton adding his gruff vocals and Ice Cube gettin' it crunk, a dope g-party jam. This version is 11 minutes long! The beat "Enemy" has the early Ice Cube vibe to it with angry lyrics and an old-school beat sounding circa Death Certificate. Ice Cube still uses the c-word towards white folks like on the older albums here. This is the 2003 re-release, and there are 4 bonus tracks- mixes for "What Can I Do" (Westside Mix, and Eastside Mix), the former a lowrider ready bouncer, and the latter a jazzy a-la-Tribe Called Quest, QD III's awesome remix for "You Know How We Do It," and N.O. Joe's Eerie Gumbo Funk mix for "Lil' A-- Gee," and his version has that Texas Mobb style he is known for and a sick whiny synth. As for the album, I feel it's a classic for anyone lovin' gangsta rap, G-Funk, controversial and social aware rap because it caters to all those milieu.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ice Cube Hittin You With Some P Funk Rhymes For The Nine-Tre (4 star) 19 Jan 2006
By Chandler - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ice Cube's 4th full album Lethal Injection would produce more great results comming off his most commercial LP (back in the early 90's) The Preditor. Compared to albums such as Amerikka's Most Wanted/Kill At Will and Death Certificate, a more older Ice Cube would come on this album with less gang related topics and less pro-black rhyme structure. Hooking up with a producer named q d III most parts throughout the album come off sucessful, and at the same time, more laid back (I guess Cube's production skills wern't in full swing yet back in '93). "Really Doe", "Cave B***h" (despite how racial you think that song is), "Lil A** Gee" would be the only few songs that will take you back to the early days of Ice Cube. The latter would be a song on the effect on little kids getting caught up in gangbanging. "Ghetto Bird" is an ode to those high speed chases that often occur in Los Angeles. The soft atmosphere occurs on most tracks as songs like "You Know How We Do It", "Make It Ruff, Make It Smooth" and "When I Get To Heaven" would play off well, but at the same time, might have left old Cube fans scratching their heads ("Down For Whatever" couldn't have been any slower). Despite the eleven minute long song "Bop Gun", that will make you nod your head to the uplifting p funk tune of George Clinton's (who ironically appears on this track) "One Nation Under A Groove".

If you purchased this after 2003, you would get four extra tracks (mostly taken from his Bootlegs & B Sides album) of remixes of the hits. ATCQ's Ali Shaheed Muhummad would remix "What Can i Do" with a beat that doesn't sound like Cube would be confortable with but pulls it off anyway. Cube himself would remix "You Know How We Do It" making it sound better than the origonal.

Overall, this album is solid release from Cube that I enjoyed at most parts. No he doesn't carry the same tone as he did back in his NWA days, but hits us with something more relaxing. People say that this is Cube's worst album that he released between 1990 and 1993, but that doesn't mean that it's a bad album (personally I believe The Preditor was his worst), and has been sucessful in many points, reading that it was his second most selling album behind The Preditor. This one I recommend picking up, it carries its weight for the majority.

Lyrics: B+

Production: A-

Musical Vibes: B

Overall: B+

Favorite Tracks: Really Doe, Ghetto Bird, You Know How We Do It (both origonal and remix), Cave B***h, (Bop Gun) One Nation, When I Get To Heaven, What Can I Do (Remix), Lil A** Gee (Remix)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars underrated 31 Dec 2005
By M. Weill - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ice Cube comes back with this darker sound after the predator. a lot of people don't feel this album, i think because it is so much darker and crazier. the sound is still funky, and personnally i really dig it, some of ice cube's best work on here (see song two "really doe").
all in all, highly recommended
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