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Product details

  • Audio CD (31 Mar. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B0013NFMEM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,060 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. A Word Witchya! (Intro)
  2. Press Play
  3. SD Is Out
  4. Gangsta Like Me
  5. Neva Have 2 Worry
  6. Sexual Eruption
  7. Life Of Da Party - Snoop Dogg, Too Short, Mistah F.A.B.
  8. Waste Of Time - Snoop Dogg, Raphael Saadiq
  9. Cool
  10. Sets Up
  11. Deez Hollywood Nights
  12. Whateva U Do
  13. Staxxx In My Jeans
  14. Been Around Tha World
  15. Let It Out
  16. My Medicine
  17. Ridin' In My Chevy
  18. Those Gurlz
  19. One Chance (Make It Good)
  20. Why Did You Leave Me
  21. Can't Say Goodbye - Snoop Dogg, Charlie Wilson
  22. Nobody Better

Product Description

Product Description

1 x CD Album
UK & Europe 2008

1 - A Word Witchya! (Intro) (1:20)
2 - Press Play (3:48)
3 - SD Is Out (3:49)
4 - Gangsta Like Me (4:26)
5 - Neva Have 2 Worry (4:18)
6 - Sexual Eruption (Sensual Seduction) (4:00)
7 - Life Of Da Party (4:23)
8 - Waste Of Time (3:33)
9 - Cool (4:01)
10 - Sets Up (3:26)
11 - Deez Hollywood Nights (3:57)
12 - Whateva U Do (3:46)
13 - Staxxx In My Jeans (3:49)
14 - Been Around Tha World (3:10)
15 - Let It Out (2:37)
16 - My Medicine (2:40)
17 - Ridin' In My Chevy (3:15)
18 - Those Gurlz (4:00)
19 - One Chance (Make It Good) (3:33)
20 - Why Did You Leave Me (4:07)
21 - Can't Say Goodbye (4:07)
22 - Nobody Better (Bonus Track) (3:24)

BBC Review

Bearing in mind that rap music has always be considered a music genre for the rebellious youth, it is debatable when a rapper should hang up his or her mic. For Snoop Dogg, who returns with his ninth solo effort and 15 years of experience under his belt, it is pretty clear the thought of retiring is not yet in his foreseeable future. It's surprising, given that he has also been occupied with other projects, like his family reality show Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, endorsements and directing porno flicks. Snoop seems continuously on his grind, whilst displaying a multitude of personalities. I mean, what other entertainer could get away with openly exhibiting their gang affiliations and still appear on mainstream talk shows like The David Letterman Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show?

The aptly titled Ego Trippin', chooses not to be littered with the obvious current big names and rather lends most of the production to QDT Music, the producer collaboration of Teddy Riley and DJ Quik, while the sounds are inspired by '70s soul to '80s pop. Sensual Seduction, the lead single, has the Southern Californian singing the majority of the track through a vocoder, much like T-Pain, and enlists Shawty Redd to re-create the '80s disco funk, aiding one of his favourite topics: Bedding women. Yes, Snoop does continue to stay within his lyrical comfort zone; gangsters, hos and recreational drugs. Maybe this is an indication that he has nothing new to say on wax, although Neva Have 2 Worry aims to confirm this hasn't prevented him from successes: ''Stack plaque after plaque, gain millions sold I'm the Bo$$ of this bitch and I ain't never went Gold''.

Cool, a cover track by The Time, has Snoop singing again and My Medicine a country ode to Jonny Crash are both oddly brilliant, purely because we've never heard songs like these coming from die-hard rappers. Also, amongst the many titillating tracks, Been Around Tha World is dedicated to his wife. However, his boisterous accounts of his lifestyle overshadow the sentiment.

Although 21 tracks does become rather an arduous listen, it is intriguing and some what amusing going through Snoop's experimental journey. It just goes to show you can't keep a good Dogg down, especially when he's still got more to offer. --Maxine Headley

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Since featuring The Dramatics on his historic debut LP 'Doggystyle', Snoop has always demonstrated a real passion for classic black soul and funk music which pervades even his most menacing or mainstream releases.

His albums often feature at least one or two tracks which develop classic 70's themes, either lifting samples or full instrumentation, through to featuring the likes of George Clinton, Stevie Wonder or the Bee Gees.

Follow his career closely across more understated album tracks and through collaborative work with Nate Dogg such as their 213 group album and you'll instantly recognise Snoop's ear for good, classic, soulful or funk music.

These intelligent musical influences have long deserved a full outing amid Snoop's increasingly guest-laden albums which attempt to appeal to every demographic in rap and beyond at the expense of any personal focus.

Ego Trippin' finally seems to follow Snoop's own artistic direction and is therefore innevitably his most musical and most personal album to date - and not just due to the absence of features (just 3 of 20 tracks).

Gone are collaborations with every platinum rap artist out there, gone are production credits that read like a who's who, gone even is planned work with Bono, Madonna and Mick Jagger - a measure of his solo intentions.

Instead we're treated to Snoop's own passion for music, inspired by the 80's and 90's swing of Teddy Riley through to the 70's and 80's soul of the Gap Band and Charlie Wilson, littered with classic music in between.

It's a musical resurrection for rap at a time when the genre has retreated underground, suffocated by a mainstream spotlight on 50 Cent's monotonous grumbling, Kayne West's quasi-pop, and Soulja Boy-esque crunk posturing.
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Snoop makes albums which are to be listened to in their entirety.

A superb mixture of trademark 'Dogg, and some real soul and r'n'b joints thrown into the mix.

Like Snoop, love this. He just keeps on getting better.
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Since featuring The Dramatics on his historic debut LP 'Doggystyle', Snoop has always demonstrated a real passion for classic black soul and funk music which pervades even his most menacing or mainstream releases.

His albums often feature at least one or two tracks which develop classic 70's themes, either lifting samples or full instrumentation, through to featuring the likes of George Clinton, Stevie Wonder or the Bee Gees.

Follow his career closely across more understated album tracks and through collaborative work with Nate Dogg such as their 213 group album and you'll instantly recognise Snoop's ear for good, classic, soulful or funk music.

These intelligent musical influences have long deserved a full outing amid Snoop's increasingly guest-laden albums which attempt to appeal to every demographic in rap and beyond at the expense of any personal focus.

Ego Trippin' finally seems to follow Snoop's own artistic direction and is therefore innevitably his most musical and most personal album to date - and not just due to the absence of features (just 3 of 20 tracks).

Gone are collaborations with every platinum rap artist out there, gone are production credits that read like a who's who, gone even is planned work with Bono, Madonna and Mick Jagger - a measure of his solo intentions.

Instead we're treated to Snoop's own passion for music, inspired by the 80's and 90's swing of Teddy Riley through to the 70's and 80's soul of the Gap Band and Charlie Wilson, littered with classic music in between.

It's a musical resurrection for rap at a time when the genre has retreated underground, suffocated by a mainstream spotlight on 50 Cent's monotonous grumbling, Kayne West's quasi-pop, and Soulja Boy-esque crunk posturing.
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Snoop's new lp is a solid record and im not even a huge snoop fan. I read the comment about the weak Teddy Riley beats, even though you have the right's to your opinion i beg to differ. Teddy's Beats are serious and above par with most of todays producers by far. Do your knowlege B. Best tracks: SD is out, gangsta like me, sexual eruption, waste of time, cool, deez holywood nights. I'm a huge rick james fan and i hear rick james all over this lp. Good Look snoop.
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Snoop dogg's 9th studio album is also probably his worse to date..i've never heard such rubbish thats passing itself off as decent hip hop as whats on this album. It has 2 or 3 good tracks which the single sexual seduction is one but the beats are bland and uninpired. The Teddy riley produced tracks are some of the weakest on here..ted used to be a killer producer back in the 80's and 90's but hois tracks here are really weak. Thing is snopp has always had to rely on top producers but this album just doesnt have many. The neptunes prod oone of the better tracks "sets up" and the bonus track "nobody better" flips the aint nobody sample originally for one and is cool. Tracks like "neva have to worry" "let it out" "gangsta like me" (there are more!) are the kinda of bland 50 cent tracks he has on his albums..terrible beats..thats the prob here..theres just too much dross and at 22 tracks deep this is an example of quantity over quality. Terrible album..one of hip hops major diappointments of 2008! for good hip hop check out lupe fiascos album or the new pete rock..leave this alone!
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