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  • Audio CD (2 April 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Island
  • ASIN: B007K54KHM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,509 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Roman Holiday
  2. Come on a Cone
  3. I Am Your Leader (ft. Cam'ron & Rick Ross)
  4. Beez in the Trap (ft. 2 Chainz)
  5. HOV Lane
  6. Roman Reloaded (ft. Lil Wayne)
  7. Champion (ft. Nas, Drake, & Young Jeezy)
  8. Right By My Side (ft. Chris Brown)
  9. Sex in the Lounge (ft. Lil Wayne & Bobby V)
  10. Starships
  11. Pound the Alarm
  12. Whip It
  13. Automatic
  14. Beautiful Sinner
  15. Marilyn Monroe
  16. Young Forever
  17. Fire Burns
  18. Gun Shot (ft. Beenie Man)
  19. Stupid Hoe
  20. Turn Me On (ft. David Guetta)
  21. Va Va Voom
  22. Masquerade

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Despite the similarity in title to its predecessor, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded is in fact an album of entirely new material from the hottest female hip-hop and RnB star to emerge for many years. The album includes the club and chart hit "Starships", along with "Roman Holiday".

Having signed with Young Money, Nicki Minaj rose to prominence through collaborations with the likes of Rihanna and Mariah Carey, and then her own tracks from debut album Pink Friday, including "Your Love", "Check it Out" (featuring will.i.am) and "Moment For Life" (featuring Drake).

This deluxe edition includes a selection of bonus tracks.

BBC Review

All eyes are on Nicki Minaj, and not just on a superficial level. The runaway commercial success of debut album Pink Friday, combined with the New York Times recently labelling her "the most influential female rapper of all time", means her second studio set Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded has some serious scrutiny to face.

Early chatter suggested it was a concept album performed entirely in the guise of Minaj’s gay male alter-ego, Roman Zolanski. And while there’s a definite thread furthering Roman’s narrative, it’s by no means at the forefront – evidently, it’s hard to camouflage a personality as immense and as deafening as Minaj’s.

There’s a sense of flagrant abandon in almost every note of PF: RR. Major-key, tap-along pop sensibilities; disquieting lyrical content; wide-eyed, over-pronounced Valley Girl patter; a reworking of O Come All Ye Faithful; shuddering, skeletal beats. And that’s just the opening track. The album unfolds an immeasurable amalgam of genres and inspirations, all fused together in a diamond-encrusted bubble of futuristic, day-glo hip hop. The energy is palpable, the pace rarely lets up, and personality pervades throughout.

At a heady 19 tracks (all complete efforts, without a clichéd hip hop interlude in sight), a handful of songs do get mislaid along the way – Right by My Side would have drowned amongst its noisier neighbours were it not for the attachment of Chris Brown, while the sluggish Sex in the Lounge barely registers at all.

It’s not a question of volume, though, as many of the other serene numbers stand tall: Young Forever and Marilyn Monroe display the same tender vulnerabilities of breakthrough anthem Your Love, a necessary and successful respite in an album so boastful. But it’s a knowing, tongue-in-cheek boastfulness – one that it’s impossible to begrudge Minaj in light of her accomplishments. And in spite of the overt use of humour – often crude, often puerile, but continually effective – you’re always left with the impression Minaj takes what she does very seriously.

Few artists in Minaj’s position would dare to take risks as bold as this, and yet, it doesn’t feel as though she even sees it as risky – she’s breezily doing her thing, and the weight of whichever labels are bestowed upon her is irrelevant. Whatever the supposed role of Nicki Minaj within the hip hop hierarchy, whatever box she’s pushed into, she’ll have a hard time fitting in. Because, above all else, PF: RR cements her as a truly unique entity.

--Al Fox

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When I first clicked on purchase for Pink Friday, I felt as if I was doing something from which, due to my age, I was disqualified. It seemed to me that I was poking my nose into a club of which I could never hope any longer to be a welcome member. At 62 (as was), I should have been settling down gracefully with Beatles and Stones repackages, and reunion tours of bands which had expired 30 years ago. Yet it never felt that way for me: music has played such a vital and constantly rejuvenating role in my life, and I've never ceased to be amazed by the way in which the music we generally know as rock can constantly reinvent itself in ways which not even the most radical 60s pioneers (Beatles, Zappa, Dylan, Wilson, Spector, Bowie, etc.) could ever have dreamed of.
The music which has soundtracked my life has been as varied and chameleonic as I never would have expected.

Having started at 13 with Frank Ifield (...no, why should that embarrass me?!!) and The Tornados, inspiration and excitement has come to me from acts as diverse as Alan Price, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Beach Boys, Love, The Doors, Yes, Genesis, Tangerine Dream, Pat Metheny, Donna Summer, Van der Graaf Generator, Todd Rundgren, Steve Reich, Renaissance, Lush, and many, many others, to give me a wonderful collection of around 9000 records, none of which I regret buying (OK, some were a bit tragic, but they still represent moments in time, and I'd never part with a single one). You'd think by now I'd have heard everything I could ever wish to hear, and had lost my capacity to be impressed.

Prior to Ms Minaj, I had already bought stuff by Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, so I was familiar with the rap oeuvre. But when I heard about Nicki, and decided to check her out on YouTube, I was absolutely blown away.
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The singles are brilliant but very different form most of the album. Much too rap like for me but there are some good tracks.

The tracks that i enjoy are:
Roman Holiday
Come on a cone
I am your leader
Va Va Voom
Starships
Pound the alarm
stupid hoe
However all the others I just skip.
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I so love Nicki Minaj, she is very different from other female black artist that I see. She has such nice creative taste in cloths and style. And despite I am a gay man who loves men. I have to say Nicki Minaj have such a curvy sexy womanly body than all the other female artist so far. Nicki Minaj have also great talent in her music, sometimes rough and sometimes smooth, but above all "Miss Hot Thing" knows her stuff and mind.
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As with many other reviewers....my advice is do not listen and dismiss this fantastic album first time round as i almost did, instead i followed the advice given by other reviewers here and gave this album a few runs....i'd put it on as back ground music whilst getting on with whatever and i found this really did begin to grow on me to the extent that i'd rate it as one of my fave's to listen to....i won't say much more about this as music is really a very personal thing and people need to make up their own minds whether this is their thing or not....but if you've bought this album because there's one or two songs on here that you like then don't dismiss the rest of the album first time round and just skip to the songs you like....give it a chance and it's unlikely to dissapoint.
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I'm not sure what it is About Nicki that has persuaded a 53 year old stick in the mud whose collection of music is mostly classic rock and metal with a smattering of folky prog etc etc, to buy some rap tunes, she just seems different, wacky, funky,
but with a very powerful and unusual voice?? I have to say at this point I haven't actualy bought either album, just a selection of five songs that i've heard on radio one, starships, fly, dominoes, super bass, and pound the alarm. Now I'm sure there are a few hard core rappers reading this that are thinking " omg nicki what have you done!!!" ...but rest assured i am nothing if not choosy, and Nicki must have something very special if i've bought rap!!! I'm given to understand she writes her own stuff? ...perhaps that's what it is!
...Anyway I would welcome some comments from a more typical fanbase to explain this new ( for me ) phenomenon!! and also, having dipped my toe in the water, where I might go next??

UPDATE! ....Have now ordered both Pink Friday ( super bass ediion ) and Roman Reloaded. Both from Amazon. Haven't actualy got them yet - ....c'mmon guys, sort it out!!
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At first I was very skeptical about Nicki's new album. Listening to the first few songs I assumed she had tried to recreate that gritty sound we heard on Roman's Revenge on about 5 songs and I was nstantly disappointed. However, after listening for a second time, I heard each song individually and realised that she has created some completely new and interesting sounds.

I love how the album begins with songs from her alter ego Roman Zolanski, Beez In The Trap standing out as one of her singles. Then she gives us a string of unavoidable dance tunes from Starships to Automatic, the beat just doesn't stop and she proves she can do pop just as well as she can rap. To wrap up the album we are blessed with some softer melodies like Marylin Monroe and Young Forever which are reminiscent of last album's Dear Old Nicki and Save Me.

This is a really interesting album and there certainly is something for everyone. Just don't make the mistake of writing it off at the first listen. Leave it for a day, come back to it 'ith an open mind and you will surely enjoy.
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