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50 Cent-the Massacre [UMD Mini for PSP]

3.6 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Universal Music Group
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Jun. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BPCCMS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,427 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Format: Audio CD
YES, this is the 2nd copy i have of this album now, i bought it when it was first released and again this time round.
I wasnt sure what extra bits were gonna be on this album but when i finally watched all 21 music video's i was very very impressed!
On top of the 21 music video's on the DVD you also get the movie trailer for his new film ' Get Rich Or Die Tryin' and his new game '50 Cent : Bulletproof' both of which look like they are gonna make Mr 50 Cent an even richer man.
Album 4/5
DVD 5/5
Stand Out Tracks
PIGGYBANK <------ GREAT VIDEO ASWELL
OUTTA CONTROL <------ GREAT VIDEO ASWELL
DISCO INFERNO <------ GREAT VIDEO ASWELL
BUILD YOU UP <------ WELL NOT EVERY VIDEO IS GOOD
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While I found 50's first album pretty boring and uninventive, i assumed it was just down to the fact that like most artists it would take him an album to get the hang of it. He didn't. Undoubtably this was the most hyped up and eagerly awaited album of the year, but half the album is filler, and the other half is boring. I can honestly say after buying it I've listened to it maybe twice. Possibly the song that I was most looking forward to was Piggy Bank, the apparently amazing diss song, that will destroy Nas, Jadakiss, Fat Joe, Ja Rule and Shyne. But listening to it is laughable when you compare it to Jadakiss's Check Mate, or Shyne's For The Record. Everywhere I read now, people keep talking like 50 is some sort of lyrical T-rex, but this diss song is soooo weak. I just can't wait until Nas releases a song with the caliber of Ether on 50.
Eminem should sit down with 50 and tell him that even gangstas can talk about love or some sort of emotion (other than anger). Think about all of the greats (BIG, Pac, Jay-Z etc) none of them were (or are) afraid to talk about something other than shooting people (eg BIG's Suicidal Thoughts), however if 50 gets off of the subjects of killing or sex he seems sadly lost. In 1 song he seems stupidly proud of A Baltimore Love Thing, 50 uses a method already used by Nas and Tupac, (who both use extended metaphors to rap about guns) 50 attempts to rap along as if he is herion, but seems miserably confused, at times he is herion and at other times he seems to forget and raps as some sort of abusive husband.
His rhymes seem pathetic and ridiculous, I mean I would challenge anyone to find 5 songs on the album where 50 doesn't rhyme the words HOOD and GOOD.
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Although I feel this album was enjoyable, I can't help but feel a little let down. The reason is (like most of 50's supporters) that it isn't even half as good as "Get rich or die tryin'". Yes it does have some thrilling club songs like "Disco Inferno", "Candy Shop" and "Just a lil' Bit", but the rest of the album doesn't really feel like he's making a good effort. In fact the only track that he really shows any determination or passion is the super-dis song "Piggy Bank", this is probably strongest song on the album but at the same time it's just 50 being 50, boasting about being about being a super-hard gangster. When 50 releases his third album I would like to see him be more creative, we know he can be. I would like him to put more heart into his work like Eminem showed in "The Eminem Show" and less boasting about his ritches.
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By now, you have inevitably heard the two lead singles, Disco Inferno and Candy Shop. I'm not a big fan. These are perhaps two of the most annoying tracks on the album.
The next single is going to be Outta Control, a Dre banger along the lines of In Da Club. (Actually the beat reminds me a lot of Higher). I like this track. Other personal favorites include Disco D-producted Ski Mask Way, In My Hood, and This is 50. Position of Power also stood out on the first listen. A Baltimore Love Thing, rapped as if he were heroin, is a pretty creative and an enjoyable track.
There are also a few tracks that really don't work. The Eminem-produced Gatman and Robbin' just seems like a mess - esppecially when you compare to the Em track on The Game's album, We Ain't. The obvious future singles like So Amazin' and Build You Up, featuring Olivia and Jamie Foxx respectively, are annoying and predictable to the point that I can't even listen to them. (In the words of Fat Joe: Is it just me or is Candy Shop the same song as Magic Stick?)
There's also the overhyped battle track Piggy Bank, where 50 takes shots at Ja Rule, Nas, Jadakiss, Fat Joe and Shyne. This isn't a bad track - the beat is pretty nice and it has a few good lines - but it's pretty overall as a battle track. The line about Nas isn't bad - "Kelis said her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard / Then Nas went and tatooed the *** on his arm.". 50 says "these are warning shots, after your next move I'll give you what I got" - let's hope that's true. Hell, How To Rob was better and it wasn't intended as a real battle track.
When I listen to this, I get the impression that 50 gave The Game too many of the hot tracks. Maybe he felt that The Game needed more help on his debut album.
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