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Reasonable Doubt [Explicit]
 : Reasonable Doubt [Explicit]



by: JAY-Z


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Price: $13.99
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Jay-Z
EAN: 0049925004021
Format: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued
Item Dimensions: 4748820559
Label: Roc-A-Fella
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Roc-A-Fella
Model: 2005851
MPN: 1687705
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Roc-A-Fella
Release Date: November 14, 2006
Studio: Roc-A-Fella




Disc 1:
  1. Can't Knock The Hustle
  2. Politics As Usual
  3. Brooklyn's Finest
  4. Dead Presidents II (New Lyrics)
  5. Feelin' It
  6. D'Evils
  7. 22 Two's
  8. Can I Live
  9. Ain't No *****
  10. Friend Or Foe
  11. Coming Of Age
  12. Cashmere Thoughts
  13. Bring It On
  14. Regrets
  15. Can I Live II
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Jay-Z, Reazonable Doubt, back by popular demand, classic debut album from arguably The Greatest MC Of All Time. This title has previously scanned 1.4 million units. Jay-Z's classic debut is a compelling reflection on his life as a hustler. It's invested with an uncommon complexity and candor that has noticeably faded in his later material. Armed with clever phrasing and sly deadpan wit, Jay-Z navigates indulgent romp "Can't Knock the Hustle", thought-provoking introspection Regrets, and devastating street-corner soliloquies "Friend or Foe" with savvy composure. The beats on Reasonable Doubt, provided by the likes of DJ Premier & Ski, are as irresistibly slick as his persona. "Brooklyn's Finest," his mic-passing session with his friend Notorious B.I.G., takes on a torch-passing significance in the wake of Biggie's death. That song, and the entire album, foreshadows Jay-Z's subsequent ascension to kingpin status.

Amazon.com:
Jay-Z's classic debut is a compelling reflection on his life as a hustler. It's invested with an uncommon complexity and candor that has noticeably faded in his later material. Armed with clever phrasing and sly deadpan wit, Jay-Z navigates indulgent romps ("Can't Knock the Hustle"), thought-provoking introspection ("Regrets"), and devastating street-corner soliloquies ("Friend or Foe") with savvy composure. The beats on Reasonable Doubt, provided by the likes of DJ Premier & Ski, are as irresistibly slick as his persona. "Brooklyn's Finest," his mic-passing session with his friend Notorious B.I.G., takes on a torch-passing significance in the wake of Biggie's death. That song, and the entire album, foreshadows Jay-Z's subsequent ascension to kingpin status. --Del. F. Cowie



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