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Thank Me Later (Int'l Version) [Explicit]
 
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Thank Me Later (Int'l Version) [Explicit]

31 Jan. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2010
  • Release Date: 31 Jan. 2014
  • Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records
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  • Total Length: 1:05:22
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B003REIG02
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,139 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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As a hardcore Drake fan owning ALL of his mixtapes, I can safely say this is a sub-par album with only a few decent tracks. I can't help but feel disappointed and deflated over the over-hyped first studio album. Its true Drake did not want to go too commercial, that promise he has kept. He also said that he made this album for his fans; this is so far from the truth.

If anyone had Toronto III, what happened to the track Made? In my opinion, this is one of his better tracks! He obviously has the ability to produce an album full of amazing songs; why he hasn't done that on his first album is beyond me. I would of liked to have seen a fast, lyrically outstanding track like "Stay Late" (Ransom) on here as the whole album seems depressing. I must admit, my favourite song on the whole album is "Thank me Now" and "Light Up". It is the only song which I actually enjoy listening to; this is probably due to the lack of singing!! Also, Jay-Z kills it; he will always be my favourite!

Moreover on the overall tone of the album, it seems that Drake portrays a rather dark time in his career rather than his original aim of inferring its a successful time. As it was his first album, I suppose he was under some restraints as to what he was able to rap about; contrary to his mixtapes which I feel is the real Drake. "Fear", "Winner", "Killer", "Say Something", "Made", "Baby Come With Me"(although this was only a 1 minute snippet!)...these are the songs, I assume, Drake fans want to hear! What happened with "Put it Down feat Bun B"?? I feel this had the potential to be one of Drakes biggest tracks and I honestly believed the full version would have been included within Thank me Later.

As to whether I would recommend this album to someone else...I regret to say no.
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Amazing album! Drake puts both music and words together different to what others are doing at the moment. Songs you may like to download are ''I get lonely too'' & ''Fall for your type'' which aren't available off this album, but are fantastic tracks.
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Drake has been easily the most hyped artist for the last 2 years and with anticipation building for this album after his So Far Gone mixtape, Dreezy has finally stepped up to the plate. How did it pan out?

The first track is lyrically brilliant compared to the rest of the album. Finely crafted lyrics laced over soft drums and soothing piano keys from none other than Alicia Keys. Unfortunately, he has not put as much effort into the rest of the album as he seemed to on this joint. Impressive track.

The production sees its highs and lows on this album. The latter in the form of monotonic RnB beats.

Kanye West & Boi-1da impress with 4 very impressive beats (Over, Show Me A Good Time, Miss Me & Find Your Love).

Criticisms come on 3 tracks sounding very similar to one another, with varying producers (Karaoke, The Resistance, Cesc's Interlude). One of these would have been fine. Instead we are left with 3 monotonic tracks, which just sound like extensions of each other. His singing ability is overshadowed by Reverb applied to his voice.

The remaining 6 tracks are fairly standard in terms of production and lyrics......a typical Young Money album. Young Jeezy does not help the album.

Jay-z and Nicki Minaj bring a diverse feel and flow to the album which is much needed for Drake, whos flow remains unchanged throughout.

Overall, I score the album 7/10. Good Effort from Dreezy. But it does not meet the hype, so don't get your hopes up.

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To be completely honest with you, in my first listen through of this album, I was a bit skeptical. Yeah, a few songs stood out, but I felt that the album was very average - nothing special. A few listens later, and it's now an album I listen to without skipping a track. Now, I'll admit, I prefer Drake's slower, R&B style songs to his more hip-hop/rap ones, so songs such as 'Shut It Down', 'Find Your Love' and 'Cece's Interlude' were all instant hit's for me. But, my favorite song on this album (perhaps on any of Drake's albums/mixtapes) is 'Fireworks'. As the intro track, this song really hits hard. It has three verses, each very deep and personal, exploring Drake's thoughts and feelings towards certain events in his life at that time - his rise to fame, his brief relationship with Rihanna and his parent's divorce. The production on this song is also great, with a dark and atmospheric beat, and Alicia Keys is a perfect feature on the chorus. Definitely a 'must listen to' track. Other great songs on the album include 'The Resistance', 'Over', 'Fancy', 'Unforgettable' and 'Miss Me'.

Overall, a great album with a nice mix of songs ranging from Rap to slow R&B, from emotional, dark tracks to uplifting and high energy ones. If at first you don't like what you hear, give it a few more listens.
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A good album, but weaker than expected. I've been listening to it for a good while now trying to find the talent that we know this man has and to be honest, aside from 4 tracks i couldn't find it.
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The incredible and diverse genre of hip hop deserves more creativity in albums than Drake's "Thank Me Later". There's nothing particularly bad as such about Drake's debut, but there's nothing outstanding either. It's full of beats we've heard before. Drake's a competent if not outstanding rapper, but is a very decent singer. He is more talented than this album suggests.

The fireworks on the opening track I'm afraid fizzle out. As brilliant a tune as "Best I Ever Had" is on "Thank Me Later", there's nothing really that comes close to the infectiousness of that track. What really, really grates about "Thank Me Later" however is the sheer amount of bravado Drake seems to think having one album and appearing in a TV show deserves. I've never heard an album that bigs its star up like this one and frankly I never want to again. It's not so much an album, more an ode to a monstrous ego.

There is promise here but little else. It's very generic and mainstream. Save your bucks for elsewhere. I really hope Drake's talent doesn't go to waste, but it will do if he doesn't rein in his planet-sized ego.

Average. 3 stars.
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