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They've transcended their vigilant hip-hop roots and have become a global phenomenon, the likes of which the music world has rarely seen. Ever-curious and ever-confident, that group is The Black Eyed Peas, and after energizing crowds 'round the globe with the monster-stomp of Elephunk, it's time for the quartet – William, Fergie, apl.de.ap and Taboo to get down to business ... Read more in Amazon's The Black Eyed Peas Store

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  • Audio CD (8 Jun. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B00283S6VM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD Audio  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,604 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Boom Boom Pow
2. Rock That Body
3. Meet Me Halfway
4. Imma Be
5. I Gotta Feeling
6. Alive
7. Missing You
8. Ring-A-Ling n
9. Party All The Time
10. Out Of My Head New
11. Electric City
12. Showdown
13. Now Generation
14. One Tribe
15. Rockin To The Beat
16. Mare Album

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Fifth studio album from the American hip hop group. 'The E.N.D.' standing for 'The energy never dies' contains the hit singles 'Boom Boom Pow', 'I Gotta Feeling' and 'Meet Me Halfway'.

BBC Review

Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D

Since the last Black Eyed Peas album four years ago, Fergie's surprised us all by becoming one of the world's most popular solo stars. Despite penning most of her album, Will.i.am had no such success with his own record, even if he managed to woo the UK by taking Queen Cheryl of Cole under his arm on Heartbreaker.

Now the pair are back with fellow BEP comrades Taboo and apl.de.ap for their fifth studio album. While Monkey Business was a fun party album, The E.N.D steps it up a gear and through the power of the mighty vocoder transforms the Peas into in your fave dancefloor creatures.

The dramatic Boom Boom Pow lays out the album's intentions perfectly and with its 'You're so two thousand and LATE' snap gives us a brand new insult to throw out there. I Gotta Feeling quakes with the familiar sound of it's producer David Guetta and fellow anthems Missing You and Rock That Body continue pummelling us with wild basslines and vocal snarling.

When it's time to take a breath of fresh air from the all-night rave, Meet Me Halfway is there to show you what BEP doing a Coldplay song would sound like. Answer: very good. Fergie regains some of the softness she explored on Big Girls Don't Cry on gorgeous love song Alive, but you're advised to give her attempt at a Jamaican accent on the instantly skippable Electric City a miss.

Daring and constantly innovative, the Black Eyed Peas have taken the techno/RnB door opened by Kanye West and flung it open wide. --Talia Kraines

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L J on 6 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Im a big fan of the Peas and loved both their last 2 albums. This one is a little different and I think will be a grower. It's more mature and I think goes back to their original style of Bridging the Gap and pre Fergie days which I wasn't hugely keen on. But its not quite as random and fun as Elephunk or Monkey Business. It's definately a dance album with some major beats so I think will be a great album for the car with the windows down and the sun shining! My general conclusion is its a bit different but I like that. Its good for bands to try something new and develop different styles.

Also, the 2nd disc edition contains 4 new tracks and 6 remixes of previous songs including one for Pump It which I absolutely love. But they are all great and I think for big BEP fans its worth the extra cash.
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Format: Audio CD
I have purchased this album elsewhere however I would like to make a review here in order to spread the word and help others decide in potentially buying this.

The Black Eyed Peas album "The E.N.D." is on form as ever. Compiled with many of Black Eyed Pea's latest successes along with a few others that are partially discovered throughout their listeners, The E.N.D. makes a very good album this year. The audio quality is as ever excellent, and current trend within the genre.

If you are ever within the tides of wether to buy this or not, I would recommend it. If you're an avid fan of Black Eyed Peas, this is a must buy within their current albums.

Excellent!
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Format: Audio CD
Each song is reviewed out of 5 stars and the a overal review opinion.

Boom Boom Pow = 5/5
Rock That Body = 5/5
Meet Me Halfway = 5/5
Imma Be = 3/5
I Gotta Feeling = 5/5
Alive = 5/5
Missing You = 5/5
Ring-A-Ling = 4/5
Party All The Time = 5/5
Out Of My Head New = 4/5
Electric City = 5/5
Showdown = 5/5
Now Generation = 5/5
One Tribe = 5/5
Rockin To The Beat = 4/5
Mare Album =3/5

Some songs are quite beaty whilst others are slower pace , a good mix of style although some weird sound effects in some songs and one or two dud songs. Overall plenty of good songs and a fairly long album compared to most.
Overall = 9/10
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29 of 37 people found the following review helpful By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Reinvention cannot take place without some degree of risk.
BEP have taken risks aplenty with their latest release 'The End'
("The Energy Never Dies") and the results are hugely satisfying.

The slinky shift from all purpose polished pan-world pop
to a harder-edged synthetic sound has come as a nice surprise.

Mr. am and his cohorts seem very much at home in their new
reincarnation. They will doubtless lose some of their hardcore
devotees but for those with a more open mind and ears there are
many pleasures to be found in this generous sixteen song collection.

In 'Meet Me Halfway', with its dance-friendly beat and seductive central
vocal performance from the inimitable Ms Ferguson, is as near-perfect
a pop song as you will be likely to hear this summer.

'One Tribe', with its naive but sincere one-world message is a positive
anthem for the noughties - no bad thing in such dark times !

One can almost imagine some of these compositions having been conceived
in whatever the transatlantic equivalent to a suburban bedroom might be.
Relatively simple resources economically and effectively employed.

Technology harnessed to refined and competent pop sensibility comes together
in rousing form in what is arguably the album's finest track 'Gotta Feeling'.
If it doesn't make you feel like dancing then you haven't got a heart.
(Mrs Wolf proudly demonstrated her recently acquired pole-dancing class skills
to me with this number - a truly perfect wonder to behold !)

I have never been a big fan of synthesised vocal treatments but somehow they
seem to work here when managed by songsmiths of such strong talent and calibre.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andromeda Descendent TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 13 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
This may not be a popular view, but every time a BEP album comes out I think it's fresh and new, but a year later I can't be bothered with it because it sounds a bit stale to me. Could be that by naming themselves after food, the Black Eyed Peas have got it spot on - as they are masters at producing fresh new sounds, which (in my opinion) have no longevity to them. If you think I'm talking rubbish by saying this, they've actually acknowledged this is true themselves in a commitment they have made to keep shaking up the production of the tracks on this album and coming up with newer versions through their website.

So then, I find myself yet again loving a new BEP album and wondering if this time it'll last.

This album changes style dramatically, and many people won't like it - but probably just as many people will love it. Boom Boom Pow is not a fluke - the BEPs have definitely gone down the synth/dance route - although there are still moments where the old BEPs of Elephunk hang on.

Standout tracks for me include Boom Boom Pow, Imma Be, Missing You and Meet Me Halfway.

This version has a second CD, with new material and remixes. Does this prove their commitment to revisiting their music and updating it? Perhaps so, or perhaps it's just a promotional disc - you can't read too much into it - just know that it's not some half-hearted effort and it's definitely worth the money if you're into the Peas.
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