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5.0 out of 5 stars Ain't Nothing Like A Bad Boy Party
This cd is amazing from Bad Boy Records its a greatest hits from the last ten years to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Bad Boy Records. This cd brings back the old days when bad boy were on top with Biggie and Ma$e.
This cd features bad boy records biggest ever hits including 112's first ever single the classic Only You remix with Biggie and Ma$e, it also has...
Published on 18 Mar 2004 by JL

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1.0 out of 5 stars A Sham, Even With the Bonus DVD
You have to give Sean Combs credit for his bottomless ambition and determination to succeed, for without which, he wouldn't be the skilled businessman he currently is. A one-man-institution, he's made more than music: he's created a lifestyle and an attitude that everyone can easily identify. But his skills and market value as a producer are questionable at the least. (He...
Published on 28 May 2004 by Burjiz


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4.0 out of 5 stars 10th Anniversary, 1 Jun 2004
Bad Boy Records does it again assimilating some of the 90's top selling singles from the infamous label's roster into a collector's item with the release of Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary...The Hits. The first song "Victory 2004" features G-Unit's hungry rhyme slayer, Lloyd Banks with his cohort 50 Cent. Their lyrics compliment the track perfectly. Many will remember Banks standout lyrics from the mix-tape circuit but it takes on a whole new meaning when placed besides the legendary Mr. Wallace.
If you were looking for a remixed CD filled with the best of Bad Boy then you picked up the wrong CD. But, don't fret the "Flava In Ya Ear (remix) will bring you back to the days when doing a remix meant something. The Craig Mack song-featuring Notorious B.I.G., LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes and Rampage-set up Bad Boy Records as a company to be reckoned with which is still evident 10 years later. Biggie stole the show with his memorable first 4 bars, Songs like "Hypnotize" and "Big Poppa" are jewels from the Bad Boy dynasty certify Biggie as the prime ambassador and the King of New York during his brief recording career. Black Rob's "Whoa" catches ears with the innovative Buckwild produced single from his slept on album. Several collaboration tracks such as "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems (featuring B.I.G., Ma$e and P.Diddy)," "I Need A Girl Part 2 (featuring Loons, Ginuwine and Mario Winans)," "All About The Benjamins (featuring P.Diddy, B.I.G., The Lox and Lil Kim)" are contained in this bonus packed collector's edition. The stand out track throughout the CD is the never heard track from Ma$e, "I Ain't No Killer". Die hard Ma$e fans will love this track which shows why Mr. Betha will always be recognized as one of Bad Boys stand out acts.
Packaged with the initial release of the 10th Anniversary Bad Boy CD is a bonus DVD disc worth the purchase price in it's own right. The DVD is a inside look of the cinematic side to the Bad Boy empire showcasing video that are not included in the audio version of the CD. It's been ten years and Bad Boy still hasn't stopped.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ain't Nothing Like A Bad Boy Party, 18 Mar 2004
This review is from: Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary... The Hits [CD + DVD] (Audio CD)
This cd is amazing from Bad Boy Records its a greatest hits from the last ten years to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Bad Boy Records. This cd brings back the old days when bad boy were on top with Biggie and Ma$e.
This cd features bad boy records biggest ever hits including 112's first ever single the classic Only You remix with Biggie and Ma$e, it also has craig macks smash hit flava in ya ear and biggies big poppa. This singles more or less made bad boy what it is today and this cd also has some of their smash hits from recently including i need a girl part 2, whoa, i wish.
Overall this cd is great and if you have been a fan of the label since the begining this is a great cd to have cos there are so many big hit songs on this.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A Sham, Even With the Bonus DVD, 28 May 2004
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Burjiz (Schaffhausen, Switzerland) - See all my reviews
You have to give Sean Combs credit for his bottomless ambition and determination to succeed, for without which, he wouldn't be the skilled businessman he currently is. A one-man-institution, he's made more than music: he's created a lifestyle and an attitude that everyone can easily identify. But his skills and market value as a producer are questionable at the least. (He did, to his credit, produce Mary J. Blige's 1994 classic "My Life") He's no longer the sought-after hitmaker he was back in 1997. Oh, sure, he's had a few moderate success including 2002's "This is the Remix" and 2003's soundtrack to "Bad Boys II," but you get the feeling that P.Diddy is running out of musical ideas and repeating the same formula over and over again. This CD, which celebrates ten years of hits at the Bad Boy label, could have been a great collection and a qualified guilty pleasure of bubblegum hip hop pop. Instead, it's a botched effort that looks more like a cash-in than a greatest hits album. For one, the tracklisting is frustratingly incomplete. Yes, Biggie Smalls is represented here in 8 of the 14 tracks, but it also skips Faith Evans, who is only represented as a guest on the Biggie tribute "I'll Be Missing You." Any of her singles from her last three albums would have fit in with the rest of the CD nicely. As for 112, their strongest single was, in my opinion, the excellent "Peaches and Cream," but you won't find that joint on here, either. I would have gladly taken that song in place of anything by the annoying Ma$e, whose "Feel So Good" single makes an appearance. And what about the Lox, anyone? Considering that this is the label's SECOND greatest hits album, "Bad Boy 10th Anniversary: the Hits" looks cheap, tacky and halfassed. Yes, it does come with a bonus DVD of some of the videos, but since this is a MUSIC review, that doesn't really count. All in all, a missed opportunity.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good, only let down by Puff Daddy, 21 Mar 2004
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This review is from: Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary... The Hits [CD + DVD] (Audio CD)
The album comes in two parts - a CD compilation of Bad Boys Inc. tracks and a DVD featuring some of Bad Boys Inc.'s videos and commentary by Puff Daddy / P. Diddy. All in all a great collection of tracks. The CD speaks for itself - the greatest hits of the record label, which makes for great listening. The DVD is not quite so good. Most of the tracks on the CD have their video equivalents on the DVD - good watching, even if only to laugh at P. Diddy dancing round them all for no apparent reason. The horribly ill-conceived and generally cringe-making "I'll be Missing U" video is included, as well as less than enthralling, barely comprehensible commentary from P. Diddy. This aside, the choice of tracks is very good and is a worthwhile buy for anybody.
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