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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2008, 07:49:59 AM »
The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

LOL are you going to bring that shit up again?  :loco:

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2008, 07:50:48 AM »
The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

LOL are you going to bring that shit up again?  :loco:

I stick by what I say.

so you're admitting that you're ignorant?

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #27 on: July 03, 2008, 07:53:19 AM »
The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

LOL are you going to bring that shit up again?  :loco:

I stick by what I say.

so you're admitting that you're ignorant?

No, I am admitting this is fact and you just can't accept that Dre heads like you don't know it all.
 

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« Reply #28 on: July 03, 2008, 07:53:39 AM »
Here's a picture of the t-shirt Dre gave me when we were working on Chronic 2, I helped him produce some songs but refused to be paid so he gave me this t-shirt. There's only two in existence, Dre has the second one. He wore it underneath his shirt at his wedding. We should be together.

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #29 on: July 03, 2008, 07:54:53 AM »
The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

LOL are you going to bring that shit up again?  :loco:

I stick by what I say.

so you're admitting that you're ignorant?

No, I am admitting this is fact and you just can't accept that Dre heads like you don't know it all.

don't beat around the bush, i proved that your sources stink so if you still believe that you are right, then you're simply ignorant.


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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #30 on: July 03, 2008, 07:56:51 AM »
The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

LOL are you going to bring that shit up again?  :loco:

I stick by what I say.

so you're admitting that you're ignorant?

No, I am admitting this is fact and you just can't accept that Dre heads like you don't know it all.

don't beat around the bush, i proved that your sources stink so if you still believe that you are right, then you're simply ignorant.



You prove nothing, you make simple assumptions because that's all you can do. If you are a big Dre head, tell me around how many beats, tracks, and etc. were actually done for The Chronic. Also, tell me who is one of the people outside of Death Row who has California Love - The full Dre version.
 

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« Reply #31 on: July 03, 2008, 08:07:42 AM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

this cant be older than 2001, it uses a sample and dre didnt fuk with samples that late in his career. i would guess its a little older than aftermath or right around that time.


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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #32 on: July 03, 2008, 08:09:16 AM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

this cant be older than 2001, it uses a sample and dre didnt fuk with samples that late in his career. i would guess its a little older than aftermath or right around that time.

Nah. It's Death Row-ish. Dre wasn't fucking with The D.O.C. from like 1995 - 1998. Dre has always used samples, even on Chronic 2001.
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #33 on: July 03, 2008, 08:25:55 AM »
this cant be older than 2001
It is homie, it is.
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #34 on: July 03, 2008, 08:56:47 AM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

this cant be older than 2001, it uses a sample and dre didnt fuk with samples that late in his career. i would guess its a little older than aftermath or right around that time.

Nah. It's Death Row-ish. Dre wasn't fucking with The D.O.C. from like 1995 - 1998. Dre has always used samples, even on Chronic 2001.

dre replayed samples on 2001, this song is a straight sample. all i said was it could be from that era but i would guess it wasnt. i gotta double check cuz i got this on vinyl. i will look and see if there is a date on it.


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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #35 on: July 03, 2008, 09:00:48 AM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

this cant be older than 2001, it uses a sample and dre didnt fuk with samples that late in his career. i would guess its a little older than aftermath or right around that time.

Nah. It's Death Row-ish. Dre wasn't fucking with The D.O.C. from like 1995 - 1998. Dre has always used samples, even on Chronic 2001.

dre replayed samples on 2001, this song is a straight sample. all i said was it could be from that era but i would guess it wasnt. i gotta double check cuz i got this on vinyl. i will look and see if there is a date on it.

Still Dre was more of a sample than this way of Roy Ayers. The vinyl says Detox which makes no sense. Lol.
 

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« Reply #36 on: July 03, 2008, 09:01:23 AM »
i gotta double check cuz i got this on vinyl. i will look and see if there is a date on it.
The vinyl is from 2001. But the track is old as hell.
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #37 on: July 03, 2008, 09:10:06 AM »
I forgot:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=AovvEKFwWLU

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I took the photo. I'll admit, the vinyl isn't mine. My older brother stopped by this weekend. He's always going out and collecting rare ass shit. To him that stuff is like his personal treasures. For some reason he's extremely against sharing the shit. I had to sneak that photo. He has no idea about my YouTube channel. I can only look at his shit when he's around. He goes back and forth between here and Chino. He stopped by this weekend and surprised me with this shit. He let me listen to the record at his house, and I gotta say, IT"S DOPE AS FUCK! When he left the room I snapped a picture with my phone.

The original "Blunt Tyme" is on there, the original "OG To BG", there's a remake of "Hoe Hopper" called "Hoe Hoppin". The original "California Love". There's a track called "Deadly Whispers" (I think that's what it's called.) that uses the beat at the end of the "California Love" video. It's also got "Keep Their Head's Ringin". There's only 8 total tracks, 12 with inserts.

He's told me that he's also getting a promo ep of "Helter Skelter" pressed in 1994, which features the original "Can't See Me", "Give Me Fifty Feet", "Natural Born Killaz", "Game OVer", and "Grand Finalle II".I don't know of anymore. I guess those are the only songs' they finished?

Some of the shit that I've heard is beyond belief. There is so much unreleased shit, especially during the 1992-1994 era. We have to remember that for a while there, Dre was on house arrest. All he did was work in the studio and make records.

Most people have trouble believing that this shit is true, but let me break it down.

When a record company is going to release and album they let the artist work in the studio. The artist records the tracks to DAT's. They often times dub their shit to tapes so that they can go home and listen to shit to see what needs to be altered or improved. Or just to let other people listen. When they are ready to move on with the album, the company gets involved and start handling all the legal work (sample clearance, royalty percentage, copyright, etc.). Right away the company presses the album to vinyl, because believe it or not the record executives actually listen to everything they release. (It's cheaper to press to a vinyl than a CD back then) They also press vinyls to prepare for promotional use. Then, when all the legal shit is square, and everything is straigt they move forward with pressing CDs. CD pressing is an enormous commitment by the record company and involves massive production. So they want to make sure that everything is legit and straight before they waste there money pressing millions of CDs (you must remember, CD prodution was more expensive back then). But if the shit isn't right or if the artist's contract expires or if the artist leaves the record company (like Dre did) the album isn't released. Plus I've heard Dre didn't really like the album anyway. Because he was trying to steer away from gangsta rap after his apocalyptic "Helter Skelter". The Chronic 2 does still have that gangsta tone.

Most of the unreleased albums from Death Row are stored on high quality DATs, but many did make it to vinyl and tape, some even to CD. THERE IS SO FUCKING MUCH. Alot of people think they know alot about Death Row, but even they would shit if they knew how much more there is. It's like there's 10 times as much unreleased as there is actually released. It must be understood that the Death Row inmates were young, talented, and eager. Everyone was puttin' shit down and makin' records, almost too fast for the company to arrange releases. Every artist that got signed tried to sign their own people, so on and so on. Very few people know the scale of this shit.

I think the Death Row auction has something to do with my brother getting that vinyl. All of Suge's shit on Death Row is being inspected and gone through. I think that vinyl leaked out somehow. The auction is in 2 days. Hopefully the right people get that shit and are wise enough to release all that shit. If they do, we'd be having like 25 more classic albums come out.

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everything will be uncovered eventually. Top Dogg, The Realest, J-Flexx, etc. have been brought to us by For The People Entertainment. The guy who started that company has connections within Death Row. He pays people who have access to the recordings to leak them to him. Suge does not approve of For The People Ent. Other shit like MC Hammer and 2nd II None have been leaked by individuals who are either Djs or insiders at Death Row. There's going to be alot of shit leaked after this Death Row auction.

But you notice that all the shit that has leaked in good quality have always been the lesser albums. The albums that aren't really that good. All the really good shit, Suge kept locked up completely. Everything that has leaked so far, has been owned by Suge, but also by the artists who recorded it and their associates as well. So most likely they leaked it. But I know for sure that all of it is leaked by people on the inside. They sell it privately and it eventually leaks to the net. Very few people ever take credit for leaking it because they fear Suge.

The following is a real life example.

A dude, EMz, who worked for Interscope's Rap/Urban Music Department gave his boy a copy of Snoop Doggy Dogg F/ Tray Dee "21 Jumpstreet", the friday before Murder Was The Case soundtrack dropped. Since SWV f/ Wu Tang Clan "Anything", off the Above The Rim soundtrack, earlier that year leaked to radio they were ready to release it as a single, it already was one of the most played songs at the time. By the time They dropped it as a single, due to how much it ws played on radio, everyone had already taped it directly off the radio, and the single didn't sell well. So from that point on Suge was very protective of shit leaking.
Suge gave the warning. But EMz took it upon himself to give fans a sneak preview of what was to come on the Murder Was The Case soundtrack, so he gave his boy at 92.3 who had a radio show at Midnight on Friday nights to play the record once, when the offices were closed and Suge wouldn't be listening. While The DJ who had the tape was editing out the curses DJ Theo, who had a show from 2-6 was jealous the other dude had the exclusive Snoop, so while dude was editing the tape Theo snatched it up on the sneak tip and and announced he'd be playing it after the commercial, this was while the work day was still going on, so the radio station was being played at Death Row Offices. The dude EMz, called pleading Theo not to play the song, but Theo str8 didn't give a fuck and hung up on EMz, then when he got back from commercail, Theo playeds parts of the Phone call with him and EMz and then played "21 Jumpstreet".
As expected, Suge and his gang, marched into Interscope offices that next week went to EMz office, screaming at him, giving him the usual altimatum, either Resign, or take a beating. However knowing Suge, he could have quit and still got that ass whipped. Luckily, his Supporior Fade Dunaway (who once took a severe beating by suge himself) saved EMz' ass by walking in and told EMz things weren't working out, he had to go.

So basically it's people on the inside man. Alot of people leak shit because it makes them seem significant in the rap game (even though everyone loses the source anyway). Plus the shit is tight. People figure they can make money off of it.

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #38 on: July 03, 2008, 09:39:15 AM »

The original "Blunt Tyme" is on there, the original "OG To BG", there's a remake of "Hoe Hopper" called "Hoe Hoppin". The original "California Love". There's a track called "Deadly Whispers" (I think that's what it's called.) that uses the beat at the end of the "California Love" video. It's also got "Keep Their Head's Ringin". There's only 8 total tracks, 12 with inserts.

He's told me that he's also getting a promo ep of "Helter Skelter" pressed in 1994, which features the original "Can't See Me", "Give Me Fifty Feet", "Natural Born Killaz", "Game OVer", and "Grand Finalle II".I don't know of anymore. I guess those are the only songs' they finished?

dont know how credible that is, but... I WANT THOSE  8)
:o me too.

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I took the photo. I'll admit, the vinyl isn't mine. My older brother stopped by this weekend. He's always going out and collecting rare ass shit. To him that stuff is like his personal treasures. For some reason he's extremely against sharing the shit. I had to sneak that photo. He has no idea about my YouTube channel. I can only look at his shit when he's around. He goes back and forth between here and Chino. He stopped by this weekend and surprised me with this shit. He let me listen to the record at his house, and I gotta say, IT"S DOPE AS FUCK! When he left the room I snapped a picture with my phone.

The original "Blunt Tyme" is on there, the original "OG To BG", there's a remake of "Hoe Hopper" called "Hoe Hoppin". The original "California Love". There's a track called "Deadly Whispers" (I think that's what it's called.) that uses the beat at the end of the "California Love" video. It's also got "Keep Their Head's Ringin". There's only 8 total tracks, 12 with inserts.

He's told me that he's also getting a promo ep of "Helter Skelter" pressed in 1994, which features the original "Can't See Me", "Give Me Fifty Feet", "Natural Born Killaz", "Game OVer", and "Grand Finalle II".I don't know of anymore. I guess those are the only songs' they finished?

Some of the shit that I've heard is beyond belief. There is so much unreleased shit, especially during the 1992-1994 era. We have to remember that for a while there, Dre was on house arrest. All he did was work in the studio and make records.

Most people have trouble believing that this shit is true, but let me break it down.

When a record company is going to release and album they let the artist work in the studio. The artist records the tracks to DAT's. They often times dub their shit to tapes so that they can go home and listen to shit to see what needs to be altered or improved. Or just to let other people listen. When they are ready to move on with the album, the company gets involved and start handling all the legal work (sample clearance, royalty percentage, copyright, etc.). Right away the company presses the album to vinyl, because believe it or not the record executives actually listen to everything they release. (It's cheaper to press to a vinyl than a CD back then) They also press vinyls to prepare for promotional use. Then, when all the legal shit is square, and everything is straigt they move forward with pressing CDs. CD pressing is an enormous commitment by the record company and involves massive production. So they want to make sure that everything is legit and straight before they waste there money pressing millions of CDs (you must remember, CD prodution was more expensive back then). But if the shit isn't right or if the artist's contract expires or if the artist leaves the record company (like Dre did) the album isn't released. Plus I've heard Dre didn't really like the album anyway. Because he was trying to steer away from gangsta rap after his apocalyptic "Helter Skelter". The Chronic 2 does still have that gangsta tone.

Most of the unreleased albums from Death Row are stored on high quality DATs, but many did make it to vinyl and tape, some even to CD. THERE IS SO FUCKING MUCH. Alot of people think they know alot about Death Row, but even they would shit if they knew how much more there is. It's like there's 10 times as much unreleased as there is actually released. It must be understood that the Death Row inmates were young, talented, and eager. Everyone was puttin' shit down and makin' records, almost too fast for the company to arrange releases. Every artist that got signed tried to sign their own people, so on and so on. Very few people know the scale of this shit.

I think the Death Row auction has something to do with my brother getting that vinyl. All of Suge's shit on Death Row is being inspected and gone through. I think that vinyl leaked out somehow. The auction is in 2 days. Hopefully the right people get that shit and are wise enough to release all that shit. If they do, we'd be having like 25 more classic albums come out.

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everything will be uncovered eventually. Top Dogg, The Realest, J-Flexx, etc. have been brought to us by For The People Entertainment. The guy who started that company has connections within Death Row. He pays people who have access to the recordings to leak them to him. Suge does not approve of For The People Ent. Other shit like MC Hammer and 2nd II None have been leaked by individuals who are either Djs or insiders at Death Row. There's going to be alot of shit leaked after this Death Row auction.

But you notice that all the shit that has leaked in good quality have always been the lesser albums. The albums that aren't really that good. All the really good shit, Suge kept locked up completely. Everything that has leaked so far, has been owned by Suge, but also by the artists who recorded it and their associates as well. So most likely they leaked it. But I know for sure that all of it is leaked by people on the inside. They sell it privately and it eventually leaks to the net. Very few people ever take credit for leaking it because they fear Suge.

The following is a real life example.

A dude, EMz, who worked for Interscope's Rap/Urban Music Department gave his boy a copy of Snoop Doggy Dogg F/ Tray Dee "21 Jumpstreet", the friday before Murder Was The Case soundtrack dropped. Since SWV f/ Wu Tang Clan "Anything", off the Above The Rim soundtrack, earlier that year leaked to radio they were ready to release it as a single, it already was one of the most played songs at the time. By the time They dropped it as a single, due to how much it ws played on radio, everyone had already taped it directly off the radio, and the single didn't sell well. So from that point on Suge was very protective of shit leaking.
Suge gave the warning. But EMz took it upon himself to give fans a sneak preview of what was to come on the Murder Was The Case soundtrack, so he gave his boy at 92.3 who had a radio show at Midnight on Friday nights to play the record once, when the offices were closed and Suge wouldn't be listening. While The DJ who had the tape was editing out the curses DJ Theo, who had a show from 2-6 was jealous the other dude had the exclusive Snoop, so while dude was editing the tape Theo snatched it up on the sneak tip and and announced he'd be playing it after the commercial, this was while the work day was still going on, so the radio station was being played at Death Row Offices. The dude EMz, called pleading Theo not to play the song, but Theo str8 didn't give a fuck and hung up on EMz, then when he got back from commercail, Theo playeds parts of the Phone call with him and EMz and then played "21 Jumpstreet".
As expected, Suge and his gang, marched into Interscope offices that next week went to EMz office, screaming at him, giving him the usual altimatum, either Resign, or take a beating. However knowing Suge, he could have quit and still got that ass whipped. Luckily, his Supporior Fade Dunaway (who once took a severe beating by suge himself) saved EMz' ass by walking in and told EMz things weren't working out, he had to go.

So basically it's people on the inside man. Alot of people leak shit because it makes them seem significant in the rap game (even though everyone loses the source anyway). Plus the shit is tight. People figure they can make money off of it.

whos that guy?

so the vinyl really excists? :o
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #39 on: July 03, 2008, 09:50:43 AM »
This is a fake promo thing for Chronic 2. Nothing exclusive on there at all. And the My Life track has to be Aftermath era. D.O.C. is on there and he didn't start fucking with Dre again until after Dre left Death Row and formed Aftermath.
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #40 on: July 03, 2008, 09:55:48 AM »
This is a fake promo thing for Chronic 2. Nothing exclusive on there at all. And the My Life track has to be Aftermath era. D.O.C. is on there and he didn't start fucking with Dre again until after Dre left Death Row and formed Aftermath.

It's Death Row. It's around 93-94ish. He didn't fuck with him till he won those gang of lawsuits in 97-98 then Dre invited him and Six Two upto Aftermath to work on his new album. The D.O.C. left Death Row in 1995 and moved to Georgia where I believe he linked up again with Erotic D. ;)
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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #41 on: July 03, 2008, 11:13:20 AM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

It's not necessarily "fake". It's pressed by the company. It's not a demo it's a promo.
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #42 on: July 03, 2008, 11:15:58 AM »
Lol. I own one of those t-shirts No Compute. Also, that Anonymous One guy is a bullshitter. He said he had Over The Counter. Lol.

A bullshitter?
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #43 on: July 03, 2008, 11:22:09 AM »
rare death row shit brings haters as always  ::)

Yeah, it brings haters because they're fuckin' jealous. They know that in their hopeless insignificant lives they will never come across this shit. Especially to the ones who think they know it all. To them it's almost like an insult, because it challenges their petty knowledge, which is mostly based on assumption and common knowledge anyway. Of course these songs fuckin' exist. WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU THINK DRE DID FOR 2 FUCKIN YEARS ('94-'95)!!!? SIT ON HIS ASS?

He did the Helter Skelter and Chronic 2.
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« Reply #44 on: July 03, 2008, 11:31:41 AM »
These threads are interesting but always contains two type of people.

1) Those who wont believe anything until its in there hands
2) Those who will believe anything.

The truth is usually somewhere in the middle.

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« Reply #45 on: July 03, 2008, 11:36:43 AM »
rare death row shit brings haters as always  ::)

Yeah, it brings haters because there fuckin' jealous. They know that in their hopeless insignificant lives they will never come across this shit. Especially to the ones who think they know it all. To them it's almost like an insult, because it challenges their petty knowledge, which is mostly based on assumption and common knowledge anyway. Of course these songs fuckin' exist. WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU THINK DRE DID FOR 2 FUCKIN YEARS ('94-'95)!!!? SIT ON HIS ASS?

He did the Helter Skelter and Chronic 2.
MOST OF THESE HATERS THAT CLAIM THAT ALL THESE SONGS DON'T EXIST ARE USUALLY PEOPLE THAT AINT FROM UNITED STATES AND ARE VERY JEALOUS CAUSE THEIR COUNTRY IS BASICALLY VERY BORING AND AIN'T SHYT TO DO THERE...BASICALLY WHAT I MEAN IS THAT THEY WISH THEY WERE HERE INSTEAD OF OVA THERE...ALL THE SONGS EXIST BELIEVE IT AND THEY WILL BE LEAKED SLOWLY ......LIKE THE MAKAVELI BOOTLEGS WERE...PEOPLE SAID THE SAME SHYT BACK THEN ABOUT 2PAC AND THESE BOOTLEGS UNTIL THEY STARTED SELLING BACK IN THE BEGGINING OF 1997 FOR 600 DOLLARS TRUST THAT...SO HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF AGAIN WITH DEATH ROW BUT A LIL DIFFERENT THIS TIME..
 

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #46 on: July 03, 2008, 11:52:00 AM »
rare death row shit brings haters as always  ::)

Not really the truth. Half his information such as the guy who got beat down by Suge at Interscope is in the Ronin Ro book, and a bootleg with those rares doesn't exist, if it did he would have posted something rare to get the groupies on his nuts. The Chronic 2 exist beats wise and a few tracks, but it was never completed. Dre has about twenty beats for it.

Man Kilo2, you really think you fuckin' know it all. Yeah, no shit it's from the book. I never said it wasn't. If your referring to the converstion with The Jsta on the Wu-Tang forum, well he's fuckin' visually blind. I can't tell him about some shit he'll never get a chance to appreciate. That's fucked up, it would spark an interest that couldn't be satisfied. Have some consideration..

Anyways it does exist. Did you not read the details concerning this shit. I can't transfer the shit for four reasons.
1. It's not my vinyl
2. My brother doesn't live with me
3. Even if I could get it Jeremy (my brother) would practically disown me. Going behind his back and leaking that shit would not only be a fucked up act of betrayal, it would also be a stab in the heart of one of his few true interests. That shit is his fuckin treasure man. He lives for music. I respect him alot. He's doin his thing with radio and I respect that alot. He did something with his fuckin life (unlike everyone on here, and yeah including me, but he don't have time for this petty shit, so I release the information for him rather he knows or not). He didn't exactly have it made growing up, yet he still is doing something real. I'll be damned if I fuck him over for yall.
4. Even if I did get it I don't have a record player and I don't know how to transfer it anyway.

I never said it was completed. ...T  H  I  S     I  S    A    F  U  C  K  I  N  G     P  R  O  M  O....  Do you not  get that. Since when has it been god's law for a promo to be the finished release.

So MR. KILO2, I can see already that you base your image off the facade of a G. Already a poor example of what's real.

Anyways I'm sorry if I challenge your (Ronnin Ro) based knowledge. Just because Ronnin Ro says it ain't so don't make it so.  ;)
Ronnin Ro was very limited in his focus of information. He wasn't really out to reveal all there is to know about Death Row. In fact, he simply wanted to tell good story about a place that isn't well spoken (or written) about. There is alot of speculation as to how acurate Ronnin Ro's info was anyway.

Also, if you have the original press of "All Eyez On Me" it advertises for Dre's album to come out later the same year.
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D-Stress

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #47 on: July 03, 2008, 11:52:59 AM »
Lol. I own one of those t-shirts No Compute. Also, that Anonymous One guy is a bullshitter. He said he had Over The Counter. Lol.

A bullshitter?

i love your collection on youtube but he did you get this "over the counter" shit?i mean the info, im 99% sure you dont have it
 

AnnonymousOne

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #48 on: July 03, 2008, 11:56:49 AM »
Lol. I own one of those t-shirts No Compute. Also, that Anonymous One guy is a bullshitter. He said he had Over The Counter. Lol.

A bullshitter?

i love your collection on youtube but he did you get this "over the counter" shit?i mean the info, im 99% sure you dont have it


I have six songs from it.
 

AnnonymousOne

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Re: Dr Dre - Chronic 2
« Reply #49 on: July 03, 2008, 12:02:58 PM »
It's not called "Smokin' Weed For Hours", and that "Chronic 2" is a fake. This is older than 2001. It's just a demo.
Anyway, here is the CDQ son.
Dr Dre - My Life
And because I'm a nice guy, here is the instrumental version.
Dr Dre - My Life (Instrumental)

It's nicknamed "Smokin' Weed For Hours." I labeled it that strictly for Youtube purposes. And if you actually look, it says "My Life" OG also. I did that because I also uploaded the remix. Everybody freeloads and it makes it easier for me if I label the songs with different names so that the songs don't get confused when requested.