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Warriorz Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (13 Dec. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B00005N5CF
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,416 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Warriorz - Sample Contains a sample from I Forgot To Be Your Lover
2. Follow Instructions - Sample Contains a sample from Just Memories
3. Roll Call - Sample Contains a sample from Peace Of Mind
4. Intro
5. Welcome To Brownsville
6. Everyday Feat: Product G&B
7. Ante Up (Robbin Hoodz Theory)
8. Face Off
9. Warriorz
10. G Building
11. Old Timerz
12. On The Frontline
13. Nig-gotiate
14. Follow Instructions
15. Calm Down
16. Power
17. Home Sweet Home
18. Background Niggaz
19. Cold As Ice
20. Operation Lockdown
See all 23 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Product Description

1 x CD Album, Reissue
Europe 2001

1Premier Intro1:33
2Welcome To Brownsville4:01
3Everyday4:49
4Ante Up (Robbing-Hoodz Theory)4:09
5Face Off4:07
6Warriorz4:43
7G-Building3:36
8Old Timerz3:49
9On The Front Line3:05
10Nig-Gotiate2:26
11Follow Instructions3:48
12Calm Down3:39
13Power4:31
14Home Sweet Home3:58
15Background Niggaz3:54
16Cold As Ice4:04
17Operation Lockdown4:05
18Roll Call4:05
19Foundation3:42
20Ante Up (Remix) (Album Version)4:07

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Warriorz might be the Brownsville champions' most commercially accessible offering but if you're looking for sing-along melodies and rent-a-roughneck drama, look elsewhere. MOP are far from household names, and even though they might offer in interviews that they would like to at least touch the brass ring, you get the feeling that being grimy underground heroes suits this revered Brooklyn duo just fine. Protégés of the always superlative, DJ Premier M OP's bite is bracing and fierce, and even when the duo aims for some accessibility (à la their raw but hook-laden single "Ante Up" or working with R&B duo Product G&B on "Everyday") their sound and stance is still unrefined and unrelenting. Even when these guys play nice they still can't play by the rules, which means that the faithful will be happy indeed. --Amy Linden

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Oct. 2000
Format: Audio CD
MOP's new album "Warriorz" is a blueprint for a near perfect hardcore hip hop album. Of course it couldn't be perfect because what would they do next, but I don't feel MOP want to be associated with the word 'perfection'. Lets get it straight from the start, this album is raw, angry and powerful. Throughout their previous albums MOP have developed and grew in vocal strength sounding larger than life on their latest effort. From the opening to the closing track the album kicks along at a pace that will have you head nodding the entire duration. Beats come courtesy of Primo, DR Period, Lazy Laze and MOP themselves and each song is a street anthem that finally gives the hardcore heads something to chew on and digest. From Primo's up tempo 'Follow Instructions' to the albums strongest moment, 'Cold As Ice', this is solid hip hop that doesn't fail on any point. MOP have remained fairly under-rated in the past and if 'Warriorz' doesn't blow them up then the hip hop world has committed an unforgivable sin. Support real hardcore! 'Ante Up'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 3 Nov. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I won't lie, I'm a huge MOP fan, and was waiting for this album with thickly baited breath. Indeed, it took many trips down the road in precarious conditions, to surrounding towns and every shop I could find, until I got hold of this album...which happened incidently when it was raining hard and I was soaked to the bone. But after all the waiting, all the horrors I had to endure, was the album worth it? Well, on the way back from the shop on that rainy day, drenched like you wouldn't believe, my friend said 'Imagine if this album, after all we've been through, is really crap. If they've just sold out, gone R&B or pop.' I said 'No, even if they had done MOP would pull through...' And this is possibly their best album yet. It has the professional production, far surpassing Firing Squad, and the rugged hardcoremanship we'd expect from them, pushing First Family 4 Life bank into the past. The only album that can compare is the original, To The Death, and the variety of Warriorz is enough to beat even that away. The actual album has a variety from the featured R&B stylings of Project G&B with an MOP to edge, to the over-jazz of Nig-gotiate and the absolutely immortal Ante Up that will move you like no other track- physically. Teflon plays his part like the bonofied backhand man that he's always been, while Lord Have Mercy performs another great feature and the sampled Cold as Ice shows through their old-skool rootz. It's just...a brilliant album...if you're a fan and you don't have it then you should be thumping yourself with a metal shoehorn for being so foolish, and if you're not a fan then this is the album to start on, because it has everything you could want.
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By F. Fulford on 11 Feb. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'm not a harcore MOP fan, I havn't followed them from the start, I'm not from Brookyln, I'm not even all about gangsta rap. This album is brilliant. From the first tune with it's snapping beats and Teflons brutal interjection, right to the grimy, bumping old school flavoured last track, this album is just sick. The album goes from Welcome to Brownsville, one of the heaviest into's you've heard in your life, to the gritty, soulful Everyday, with brilliant vocals provided courtesy of Project G&B. Ante Up I don't even need to speak about: everyone has heard it, and it is a harcore anthem only rivalled by Mr Bumpy Knucks. Face Off is one of the definate highlights of the album, a hugely insightful and emotional outburst by Billy Danze that cuts through the bravado of the rest of the tune and drags you right to where he is. It's an explanation, not an excuse, and it's a single verse that everybody should hear. Warrioz, a pure street anthem, will get you snapping your neck like Busta Rhymes only wishes he could... Old Timerz is a true homage to the old school, from heads who clearly miss when life was less brutal, more optimistic, and when they could chill and have fun. My only problem with this album is that it's overlong, but listening to it right now I couldn't tell you what tunes should be cut. People will listen to this album and dismiss it as brutality: an endorsment of drugs and violence... but I think tracks like Face Off serve to prove that people arn't statistics or characatures, and show why people have the need to vent this and get it off their chest - I generally listen to left leaning socially conscious hip hop but am no less comfortable listening to this. At the end of the day it's a mix of entertainment and social commentary that equates to an audio version of City Of God. Most importantly, thanks to Premo et al there isn't a track on this that won't have you bumping your head from your yard to the job. It'll make you buy bigger speakers.
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Format: Audio CD
M.O.P are arguably one of the most underrated rap duo in hip-hop. M.O.P's albums get better one after the after and this is a must if you like rap especially hardcore rappers who rap quickly, violently and loudly.
The stand-out songs on this album are both versions of Ante Up, Cold As Ice, Welcome To Brownsville, Roll Call and Follow Instructions but you will find yourself playing most songs over and over again. The album has good appearances from Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma makes a great appearance, Product R & B and Teflon (who will mark his authority on the hip-hop scene in 2006). Production comes from M.O.Ps very own Lil Fame and Laze Elliott as well as the notorious and legendary producer, DJ Premier.
Warriorz is a truly great album and i recommend it to anyone who likes rap
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