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Tha Carter II
 : Tha Carter II



by: Lil Wayne


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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0602498836514
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 4748821559
Label: Cash Money
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Cash Money
Model: 2073646
MPN: 1755500
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: 2013
Publisher: Cash Money
Release Date: December 06, 2005
Studio: Cash Money




Disc 1:
  1. Tha Mobb
  2. Fly In
  3. Money In Mind
  4. Fireman
  5. Mo Fire
  6. On Tha Block No.1
  7. Best Rapper Alive
  8. Lock And Load
  9. Oh No
  10. Grown Man
  11. On Tha Block No.2
  12. Hit Em Up
  13. Carter II
  14. Hustler Musik
  15. Receipt
  16. Shooter
  17. Weezy Baby
  18. On Tha Block No.3
  19. I'm A Dboy
  20. Feel Me
  21. Get Over
  22. Fly Out
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
For his fifth album, Lil' Wayne has stretched his wings further artistically than ever before. Besides utilizing the production talents of the legendary Mannie Fresh, he's also enlisted beats from the up and coming team Doe Boys in addition to self producing some cuts as well. Fans can expect special guest appearances from CMR artists such as Baby, Mannie Fresh, Lil'Mo, and other CMR Artists. The first blast from the album is the red-hot anthem, 'Fireman'. Universal. 2005.

Amazon.com:
Who would have thought back in the Hot Boys' early days that it'd be Lil Wayne who not simply survived his older peers like Juvenile, but ended up thriving by the time he reached Tha Carter, vol. 2, Weezy’s fourth album. He sounds more confident as an MC--but more importantly, he wields a genuinely impressive array of different styles (as opposed to countless one-note rappers), from the chattering, thuggish "Fireman" and the languid style of "Oh No" to the emotional, introspective "Feel Me." In some ways, he actually bears a resemblance to rap's other major "Carter" (Jay-Z), not just in his increasingly effortless flow but in his assertiveness as a leader. In other words, he's matured in all the right ways as an artist. His album is still longer than it needs to be--22 tracks, 77 minutes--but even the filler is listenable while the best songs, like "Receipt," "Shooter," and "Hustler Musik" help establish this as one of 2005's last great albums. --Oliver Wang



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