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for real i dont like that many songs on the album so it was classic for that time but not a classic all the way thru album...lol
but years later im still listenin to it and those sames traxx i was feelin them im feelin now
bangin album
bangin production
bangin lyrics
bangin features...for the most part
but it was updated version of warren g

but damn look at the muzik hes been puttin out lately....compared to then damn it makes his biggest hit regulate look bad....real bad but he did it not us cuz look when he releases a dope album we cop
i bought 3 of that return of the regulator and possibly more








DAMN RETURN OF THE REGULATOR IS CLASSIC

That I'd have to disagree with. Besides 3-4 "good" songs the album doesn't retain my interest all that much. It had the potential to be far better than what came out. It even had Dr Dre on there for the 2 that never work together. I wasn't expecting Regulate, but Take a Look over your shoulder, and I want It All are all superior

Phew, gotta respond to this one, 'cos Return of the Regulator is definitly my favorite Warren album! Never gets old! My favorite cuts:

- Lookin' at you
- Here comes another hit
- Somethin' to bounce to
- This Gangsta shit is too much
- Young loc's slow down
- Yo' Sassy ways
- It ain't nothing' wrong with you
- They Lovin' me now
- Streets of the LBC

To have this many tracks that I don't skip on a cd is pretty rare for me.
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for real i dont like that many songs on the album so it was classic for that time but not a classic all the way thru album...lol

I like most of the tracks of "Return Of The Regulator", i usually don't skip tracks just let it play all the way through.
 

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theres a few traxx that arent good IMO
but im not a fan of slow traxx but even the wc song is cool
but speed dreamin is fiyaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
the hook damn they killed that
but the album is bangin and like i said years later....its still bangin so it has classic material jus not all the way thru
my favorite warren g album
but he hasnt made this type of muzik since so he cant be complainin too much...lol



for real i dont like that many songs on the album so it was classic for that time but not a classic all the way thru album...lol

I like most of the tracks of "Return Of The Regulator", i usually don't skip tracks just let it play all the way through.
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the ultimate slap in the face was when they finally did a 213 album, they didn't let him do 1 beat on it!!!  WHAT??  that was prob gonna be his dream finally coming true, to work with his 2 best friends and they didn't let him do what he shinned at.  We all know rapping isn't his forte.  And that was also a slap in the face of all the fans who had been waiting for that 213 album for years.

Don't forget that the promised remix album with all Warren G productions never came out either. It was a good album, but it was messed up for both Warren G and all the fans that he didn't produce one song. The 213 album came out 10 years too late, but that was no excuse.
 

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yeah, Warren has been asked about this several times before.  But this is the first time he kinda gave an emotional answer, he spoke how he feels.  maybe it was just an emo moment, but at least its real feelings and not politically correct answers.

And don't get me wrong, I think it was a good move for him to go by himself to Def Jam.  He blew up kinda by himself.  I mean, he was there with all of them, working on the Chronic and Doggystyle.  But when it was time for his own solo project, he was pretty much on his own.  And honestly, I think it was more of Suge's choice than anybody else.. It was Suge that wanted DeathRow to be more of an exclusive Record Company, where it was self effecient.  Kinda like Motown, where it was just a team of producers, and artists working only for the Company.  He didn't really let any DR inmate go be featured on non-deathrow albums back then.  

Warren G's 1st album was a classic.. and it blew up big time, what was it like 3x platinum?  Imagine if it had a 94' era Snoop Doggy Dogg in his prime featured on say like 2 or 3 tracks!  Those smooth G Child tracks were basically taylor made for Snoopy back then.  Or even dre helping out behind the boards.  

that probably would have boosted the sales!
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Yeah, Warren didn't produce anythin' on the 213 album and it's really messed up that he didn't, i think it was Snoop's decision but anyway it was and still is a good album though. I think maybe Warren G always got shitted on cause he's "too humble" like he don't say nothin' against you if you do some shady shit to him, who knows? If he wouldn't have gone to Def Jam we would have missed a lot of classic shit. If he stayed on Death Row he prolly wouldn't even never put out an album. Did Dre and Suge ever even thought about lettin' him release an album on Death Row? Wasn't Rage's album supposed to be droppin' after "Doggystyle", and then Dogg Pound's album and RBX's?
 

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Yeah, Warren didn't produce anythin' on the 213 album and it's really messed up that he didn't, i think it was Snoop's decision but anyway it was and still is a good album though. I think maybe Warren G always got shitted on cause he's "too humble" like he don't say nothin' against you if you do some shady shit to him, who knows? If he wouldn't have gone to Def Jam we would have missed a lot of classic shit. If he stayed on Death Row he prolly wouldn't even never put out an album. Did Dre and Suge ever even thought about lettin' him release an album on Death Row? Wasn't Rage's album supposed to be droppin' after "Doggystyle", and then Dogg Pound's album and RBX's?
yeah i have that impression as well, he seems to be a peaceful dude.

he should just go back to the basics, cause the G-files is mostly bullshit

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he should just go back to the basics, cause the G-files is mostly bullshit[/color]

Yeah, for real. I wouldn't mind another "Return Of The Regulator". West Coast beats with an "updated" sound.
 

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Man, Warren G is keeping it 100.

Sad to see his latest music hasn't done too good, he is a good artist, always humble and not gossiping and beefing like the rest of them.
It's loyalty man, I know Snoop did rep him back then, but Dre acted like he was ashamed of him of something.
And well Suge slapped him.
Warrens first album sold over 4 mill, and he didn't have Suge Knight to take all his money, so I'd say he definently had his dough alright.

I don't understand why know one is fucking with his beats, he is a dope producer.

And like that guy said, he was huge in Europe in the mid 90's, that Prince Igor, was a mayor hit, on the level with Regulator's.

So i'd say you've done more than alright man, without Dre and Snoop, and should be proud of it.

 

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Woa I got choked up watching Tha G Child like dat.

In the UK Regulate is one of those rare crossover tracks that everyone loves, like Gangsters Paradise & Hotstepper.

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listen to the shit he's been dropping recently, SHIT IS FUCKING WACK AS HELL


his production sucks now and he stop rapping his smooth flow




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Yeah, Warren didn't produce anythin' on the 213 album and it's really messed up that he didn't, i think it was Snoop's decision but anyway it was and still is a good album though. I think maybe Warren G always got shitted on cause he's "too humble" like he don't say nothin' against you if you do some shady shit to him, who knows? If he wouldn't have gone to Def Jam we would have missed a lot of classic shit. If he stayed on Death Row he prolly wouldn't even never put out an album. Did Dre and Suge ever even thought about lettin' him release an album on Death Row? Wasn't Rage's album supposed to be droppin' after "Doggystyle", and then Dogg Pound's album and RBX's?

Nate dogg, althought he was heavy featured on death row albums didn't have his chance to put his solo record out on death row and had to leave after a long feud. The record was out in 98 and been slept on cause g funk wasn't the trend anymore..
So there's no way Warren G could have put a record on death row. Def Jam was the best thing that hapened to him and leaving without beefing with snoop and the rest of the camp was a smart move...
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Yeah, i know. Nate Dogg even had to sue Death Row if i remember right.
 

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listen to the shit he's been dropping recently, SHIT IS FUCKING WACK AS HELL


his production sucks now and he stop rapping his smooth flow




he suck now, harsh reality
he makes the same music as your boyfriend

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to be real.. warren's new music is wack! i mean he knows that g-file isnt his sound but for the money he sold his soul to the mainstream shit.

btw where do you guys know that warren wasn't allowed to produce some tracks??? can someone get a quote from him talking about this??? because i read somewhere (i think it was posted here on dubcc) taht warren want to much money for his productions like daz on cali iz active  ;D ;D

come on warren: dont shit on your fans by searching the internet for some bootlegers and spend your time in production for a new G-Funk Era!! You got it!


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Yeah, i know. Nate Dogg even had to sue Death Row if i remember right.

Yeah he sued death row first to have the rights for the songs he recorded, then around 2005 or 2006 he sued suge knight for 10 millions$, representing the royalties in never got for the death row featurings... if i'm right i didn't get shit because he didn't sign a contract with death row on the early dayz..
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DAMN RETURN OF THE REGULATOR IS CLASSIC

That I'd have to disagree with. Besides 3-4 "good" songs the album doesn't retain my interest all that much. It had the potential to be far better than what came out. It even had Dr Dre on there for the 2 that never work together. I wasn't expecting Regulate, but Take a Look over your shoulder, and I want It All are all superior

Phew, gotta respond to this one, 'cos Return of the Regulator is definitly my favorite Warren album! Never gets old! My favorite cuts:

- Lookin' at you
- Here comes another hit
- Somethin' to bounce to
- This Gangsta shit is too much
- Young loc's slow down
- Yo' Sassy ways
- It ain't nothing' wrong with you
- They Lovin' me now
- Streets of the LBC

To have this many tracks that I don't skip on a cd is pretty rare for me.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoy some of the tracks you listed, and overall this is a decent album, just not classic IMO, but I can see how others would enjoy it on that level and rate it as a solid album, and wouldn't knock anyone's opinion of thinking that on any debate-level

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listen to the shit he's been dropping recently, SHIT IS FUCKING WACK AS HELL


his production sucks now and he stop rapping his smooth flow




he suck now, harsh reality

 ::) You can say that about Warrens current material, but praise Snoops? & you wonder why people point and laugh at you, and why they will never take your opinion serious!!!
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DAMN RETURN OF THE REGULATOR IS CLASSIC

That I'd have to disagree with. Besides 3-4 "good" songs the album doesn't retain my interest all that much. It had the potential to be far better than what came out. It even had Dr Dre on there for the 2 that never work together. I wasn't expecting Regulate, but Take a Look over your shoulder, and I want It All are all superior

Phew, gotta respond to this one, 'cos Return of the Regulator is definitly my favorite Warren album! Never gets old! My favorite cuts:

- Lookin' at you
- Here comes another hit
- Somethin' to bounce to
- This Gangsta shit is too much
- Young loc's slow down
- Yo' Sassy ways
- It ain't nothing' wrong with you
- They Lovin' me now
- Streets of the LBC

To have this many tracks that I don't skip on a cd is pretty rare for me.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoy some of the tracks you listed, and overall this is a decent album, just not classic IMO, but I can see how others would enjoy it on that level and rate it as a solid album, and wouldn't knock anyone's opinion of thinking that on any debate-level

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listen to the shit he's been dropping recently, SHIT IS FUCKING WACK AS HELL


his production sucks now and he stop rapping his smooth flow




he suck now, harsh reality

 ::) You can say that about Warrens current material, but praise Snoops? & you wonder why people point and laugh at you, and why they will never take your opinion serious!!!


Snoop still putting out classic joints like 2 min Warning and Secrets, Warren G is weak.  I pity him
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Warren G new album was on the same level as Snoop Dogg
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exactly. both albums were weak, and both artists can make alot better music if they want to, but they opted to go the sellout route, and the end result is that MnW is the lowest selling solo album by snoop, with around 150k in sales, while warren's album didnt even chart. i dont think warren's album did more than a couple thousand units
 

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Warren G did keep it real (well, his last music suck, just as Snoop)
Snoop Dogg was faking it.
 

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Who giveS a fuck! WARREN G CREATED CLASSIC ALBUM AND MUSIC WITHOUT THEM FOOLS! WHEN U REALLY THINK ABOUT IT, HE WAS BETTER OFF AFTER HOW ALL THAT SHIT TURNED OUT! IF ANYTHING, WARREN G DID IT ON HIS OWN BEFORE MANY OF THESE RAPPERS NOW! HE DID IT ON HIS OWN BEFORE SNOOP OR THA DOGG POUND! HE WAS HIS OWN MAN AND HANDLED SHIT THE RIGHT WAY! EVERYBODY NEEDED SOMEONE TO START OFF! DRE NEEEDED NWA! ICE CUBE SAME SHIT! EMINEM NEEDED DRE! DRE NEEDED SNOOP AND VICE VERSA! IT GOES ON AND ON! ITS ALL GOOD A GRAVY!
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dan you would think that suge didnt want him at deathrow but it sounded likedre,snoop etc didnt want him there
 

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dan you would think that suge didnt want him at deathrow but it sounded likedre,snoop etc didnt want him there

Nah, it doesn't. Suge decided what got released. I think Dre said that just cause he knew that Warren ain't comin' out on Death Row anytime soon and he already had huge success with "Regulate", so Dre knew he could get a deal on another label and release an album. A lot of people on Death Row records didn't get the credit they deserved, no wonder that so many people left and started talkin' shit about Death Row Records.