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2pac - All Eyez On Me Explicit Version (4LP) $36.36 + Delivery or Free with Prime (over $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU via US

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Usually this vinyl is around the $50-$55, been lowering lately. Never seen it at this price.

Also you can get:
Best of tupac cd for $3 for part 1

https://www.amazon.com.au/Best-2Pac-Part-1-Thug-PAC/dp/B000X...

and $3.50 for part 2

https://www.amazon.com.au/Best-2Pac-Part-2-Life-PAC/dp/B000X...


All Eyez on Me is the fourth studio album by American rapper 2Pac (and the last to be released during his lifetime), released on February 13, 1996, by Death Row and Interscope Records.

All Eyez on Me features guest appearances from several artists including The Outlawz, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, E-40, Redman, Method Man, Tha Dogg Pound, K-Ci & JoJo, Roger Troutman, among others. The album features production by 2Pac himself alongside a variety of producers, including DJ Quik, Johnny "J", Dr. Dre, Rick Rock, Daz Dillinger, DJ Pooh, DeVante Swing, among others.

The album features the Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles "How Do U Want It" and "California Love". It featured five singles in all, the most of any of Shakur's albums. Moreover, All Eyez on Me made history as the first ever double-full-length hip-hop solo studio album released for mass consumption globally.

ALL EYEZ ON ME
ARTIST : 2PAC
PATYPE : 33 RPM Vinyl
GENRE : Rap Hip-Hop
MFG NAME : DEATH ROW RECORDS
VENDOR : ENTERTAINMENT ONE U.S.
LPFormat: Vinyl LP

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      • Because back in the day hip-hop was breaking completely new ground. There was nothing like Dre or Tupac when they were on top, but these newer acts are more evolution than revolution.
        Can you imagine being growing up in the 80's when you had Sabbath, Black Flag, Bowie, Prince, MJ, Midnight Oil, Hoodoo Gurus, Run DMC, NWA, Ice T, Metallica, AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Guns N Roses, Minor Threat, Violent Femmes, B52s, Suicidal Tendencies etc etc all completely different genres, all original and groundbreaking. These days it's either over-produced pop or hiphop, that's about it. That's all of your choices. Both of which are minor variations of theme rather than anything new.

        So yeah there's no competing with the old days :)

  • I'm a prime member but it keeps adding postage - any ideas why?

    • +1

      need to spend $49

    • +2

      Because it comes from America. Need to spend over $49 for free international shipping as a Prime member.

      • See my post above.

  • One of the GOATS

    • +1

      he's dead too btw.

      (surefire way to get negative votes)

      • is he though?

  • +6

    "Explicit Version" ummm there's a non explicit version? and what is it just one long continuous beep with a few words here and there? haha

  • love it when i see white people listening and singing along to hip hop music.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XASNM1XEQPs

    • How about when black people listen to rock?

      • yeah, when those two listen to rock.. it's also very entertaining.

      • +2

        Blacks invented both

    • This feels like a comment trapped in the 90's.

  • +3

    Used to play both discs over and over again on my fancy Sony discman with shockwave when the album first came out (CD1 more than CD2). Tried to listen to it again a few years ago, can’t say I enjoyed it that much (although I still listen to many other hip hop artists). He was a very gifted lyricist and it would have been great to hear what he would have had to say as a maturing adult. ‘We ain’t ready to have a black president’ was one of the first things that sprung to mind when Obama was elected. It’s a shame he never got to witness that. As I’m getting older, I can’t help to think how much I would enjoy music from the likes of Nicki Minaj and Eminem if they could use their amazing talent through more meaningful songs, produced by better producers. I also miss the old Kanye.

    • +3

      Eminem was great but his career needed better people around him, could have made so much better stuff with that lyrical and rapping talent

      • +1

        Eminem still has his classic songs (and I consider him the rap GOAT). But no one has soul like 'pac. Lyrical genius.

        • first 3 albums were good, maybe mathers 2 as well

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