Chronic 2001 available on May 27 2016 from Amazon for 3.48
UPC bar code 060694904862 ξ1 registered January 31 2015
Product category is Audio
Manufacturered by Aftermath
Product weight is 0.22 lbs.
Dr. Dre ~ Dr. Dre 2001 Despite the number of guests on hand, Dr. Dre's decade-/century-/millennium-ending sequel to The Chronic is, like its predecessor, less a stack of posse cuts and more an elegantly seamless work from West Coast hip-hop's premier auteur. Deliberately cinematic in everything from its mix of moods to dramatic musical surges, 2001 is Dre's assessment of the gangsta life in medium shots. No longer fully immersed in violence and random sex, yet aware of their attraction, he often lets his guests blow steam about whatever's on their minds. When he takes stock of gangbanging circa late '99, though, he drops his neutral tone; he even provides another half-joking but stern warning to protégé Eminem on "What's the Difference." Between his discovery of Slim Shady, visits from old pal Snoop Dogg, and, most of all, the masterful sound and flow of this CD, Dre should shut down all talk of his supposed irrelevance. --Rickey Wright
1. The Watcher (4/5)- It does have some interesting lyrics, and sets up for what will be the mood of the album, however the beat is rather sparse (although it does sound better the more I listen to it), especially coming from Dre.2. F___ You (4/5)- The production is more vintage Dre, with the slinky synthesizer effect and heavy bassline. While it's a nice track (southern rapper Devin, comes off the best, providing a sloppy, yet tight hook), I can't give it a 5, since by 19..