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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #50 on: March 22, 2011, 07:38:16 AM »
Hip-Pop.

whats so Hip-Pop about this , when more then half of this are west Coast produced?
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #51 on: March 22, 2011, 08:09:56 AM »
Take u Home is by far the best track....great combo with kokane,, daz and too short.....rest of the cd is not that great.. except the songs we already know...like i dont need no bitch and gangbang boogie....but i have to give snoop credit he released a cd with 21 tracks...which is greta most of the cats today wait 3 years for a cd and put 13 songs on it....

all in all its an decent cd
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #52 on: March 22, 2011, 08:22:59 AM »
Snoop must be planning a lot of promo for this album as there's no UK specific date from the release.

I wanna order this and not download it but check out this price on amazon


37.76 = $60.00 USD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o


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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #53 on: March 22, 2011, 08:36:56 AM »
Snoop must be planning a lot of promo for this album as there's no UK specific date from the release.

I wanna order this and not download it but check out this price on amazon


37.76 = $60.00 USD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o


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Items: GBP 6.34
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Done!!! Thanks OG ;)
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #54 on: March 22, 2011, 09:17:19 AM »
17.  Keep Going ft. Terrace Martin

Where was that on?
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #55 on: March 22, 2011, 09:34:46 AM »
01.  Toyz N Da Hood Ft. Bootsy Collins                            2:40
02.  The Way Life Used To Be                                      3:43
03.  My Own Way Ft. Mr. Porter                                    3:05
04.  Wonder What I Do Ft. Uncle Chucc                             3:43
05.  Peer Pressure Ft. Traci Nelson                               4:07
06.  I Don't Need No Bitch Ft. Devin The Dude And Kobe Honeycutt  3:59
07.  We Rest In Cali Ft. Goldie Loc And Bootsy Collins            4:10
08.  El Lay Ft. Marty James                                       4:07
09.  Gangbang Rookie Ft. Pilot                                    3:46
10.  The Weed Iz Mine Ft. Wiz Khalifa                             3:43
11.  Take U Home Ft. Too Short, Daz And Kokane                    3:55
12.  It's D Only Thang                                            3:16
13.  Cold Game Ft. Latoiya Williams  
14.  Keep Going ft. Terrace Martin

This would be a near classic.

fixed


agree with this fixed tracklist except id add the track with kanye and raised in the hood..and maybe take out one or 2 of the more average ones
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Our Detox who Flop in heaven,
overrated be thy name,
thy wackness come,
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in Cali as it is in Europe,
give us this day our early leaks,
and forgive us our bootleggers,
for we promote those who bootleg the wankstas,
and lead us not into some gay shit,
but deliver us from wiggers,
Amen.


 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #56 on: March 22, 2011, 09:37:34 AM »
Let's be real, this is alright at best. Four or five songs worth listening to more than once. But it gets praise.

Then on the other hand, Dre has to put out a hands down timeless classic or else it gets shitted on.

I agree with this.  I think Dogg's getting praise because it isn't a wack album and people were expecting wackness since the first press release that it was going to be distributed in tandem with MTV or something IIRC.  The problem with this album is it's just kind of...boring, I'd say.  A lot of the tracks are just "meh."  Not wack, just bland.

Overall, better than Ego Tripppin by a slim margian (not much better, though), definitely better than Malice, but not as good as Blue Carpet.  Take You Home is the best song, but I also like This Weed Is Mine, Gangbang Rookie, El Lay (a little bit) and the one w/ Chucc.  Big disappointments, though, are the first Battlecat track (boring) and We Rest in Cali (should be much better given the pedigree).  Also, Peer Pressure sounds messy to me, surprising for a Fred Wreck production.  His drum patterns are usually very clean.
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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #57 on: March 22, 2011, 09:55:21 AM »
Let's be real, this is alright at best. Four or five songs worth listening to more than once. But it gets praise.

Then on the other hand, Dre has to put out a hands down timeless classic or else it gets shitted on.

I agree with this.  I think Dogg's getting praise because it isn't a wack album and people were expecting wackness since the first press release that it was going to be distributed in tandem with MTV or something IIRC.  The problem with this album is it's just kind of...boring, I'd say.  A lot of the tracks are just "meh."  Not wack, just bland.

Overall, better than Ego Tripppin by a slim margian (not much better, though), definitely better than Malice, but not as good as Blue Carpet.  Take You Home is the best song, but I also like This Weed Is Mine, Gangbang Rookie, El Lay (a little bit) and the one w/ Chucc.  Big disappointments, though, are the first Battlecat track (boring) and We Rest in Cali (should be much better given the pedigree).  Also, Peer Pressure sounds messy to me, surprising for a Fred Wreck production.  His drum patterns are usually very clean.

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #58 on: March 22, 2011, 09:58:22 AM »
Peer Pressure is pure funk. Crazy ft. Nate was nice but less upbeat. Best true g funk track I've heard in a long time.

Toys n the Hood...can't go wrong w/that Knee Deep sample. Wish it was longer though and had a bit of rapping on it.


Cold Game and Gangbang Rookie are solid too. Don't know what the hype is about Take U Home. No way this is even in the same league as "Ain't No Fun."
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #59 on: March 22, 2011, 10:00:36 AM »
wow I'm actually blown away by how good this is  :o

the only tracks I didn't throw on my iPhone were "Wet" and "Superman", everything else bangs

this will be the first Snoop album I cop since Ego Trippin and it's his best since BCT for sure  8)
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #60 on: March 22, 2011, 10:39:57 AM »
8/10   :)
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #61 on: March 22, 2011, 11:19:06 AM »
This is the tracklist I put together. Took off 6 tracks and added the Snoop/Wiz Khalifa song at the end.

1. Snoop Dogg - Toyz N Da Hood Ft. Bootsy Collins (2:40)
2. Snoop Dogg - The Way Life Used To Be (3:43)
3. Snoop Dogg - My Own Way Ft. Mr. Porter (3:05)
4. Snoop Dogg - Wonder What I Do Ft. Uncle Chucc (3:43)
5. Snoop Dogg - Peer Pressure Ft. Traci Nelson (4:07)
6. Snoop Dogg - I Don't Need No Bitch Ft. Devin The Dude And Kobe Honeycutt (3:59)
7. Snoop Dogg - Boom Ft. T-Pain (3:50)
8. Snoop Dogg - We Rest In Cali Ft. Goldie Loc And Bootsy Collins (4:10)
9. Snoop Dogg - El Lay Ft. Marty James (4:06)
10. Snoop Dogg - Gangbang Rookie Ft. Pilot (3:46)
11. Snoop Dogg - The Weed Iz Mine Ft. Wiz Khalifa (3:43)
12. Snoop Dogg - Take U Home Ft. Too Short, Daz And Kokane (3:55)
13. Snoop Dogg - Raised In Da Hood (3:39)
14. Snoop Dogg - Cold Game Ft. Latoiya Williams (3:49)
15. Snoop Dogg - That Good Ft. Wiz Khalifa (3:48)
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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #62 on: March 22, 2011, 11:24:44 AM »
this will be the first Snoop album I cop since Ego Trippin

Wow, you really skipped purchasing a lot of Snoop albums then...  ;)
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"Detox" is a myth -- Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Area 51, Iraq having WMD, Detox...you get it now?  It was invented by the Aftermath marketing department to maintain the fans' attention.  Notice how everytime a new Aftermath album is ready to come out, they always mention Detox is next up?  Because they are using the invention of "Detox" as a way to market other albums.  The sooner you realize that Detox is NOT REAL, the sooner you'll feel liberated.  Oh yeah, f.u. Aftermath for fooling us fans.
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #63 on: March 22, 2011, 01:09:52 PM »
I just listened through the album again, and have to ask this question:

Why would Snoop put two tracks on the album (back-to-back nonetheless) that use the same exact sample?

"Eyez Closed" and  "Raised in Da Hood"  both sample Jimmy Spicer "Money (Dollar Bill Y'all)" (the same one Maino used for "Hi Hater"). Seems like "Eyez Closed" used a slowed down version.
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #64 on: March 22, 2011, 01:11:24 PM »
1. Toyz' 'N Da' Hood - N/A. Funky intro. You know Snoop always has sick Intro's. Bootsy Collins or George Clinton are always on one  :D
2. The Way Life Used To Be - 4.25/5. Funky Battlecat beat. Love it! Snoop raps real nice on here. Very good start  8)
3. My Own Way - 3.5/5. Beat is pretty simple and takes a backseat. I really like Mr. Porter hooks; always have. The beat is too simple to take this song to the next level.

4. Wonder What I Do - 3.75/5. Battlecat again, my God. Uncle Chucc has a hell of a voice. Pretty cool and funky. Snoop is cool on this too.
5. My Fuckin' House - 3.5/5 Beat BANGS. Jeezy fits it well. That "my fuckin house" in the background is annoying though. E-40 sounds cool on it too. I like it for what it is.
6. Peer Pressure - 4.5/5. Fredwreck! Beat is awesome. Sounds A LOT like "Crazy." Traci Nelson smashes it too. Very good authentic west sounding record.

7. I Don't Need No Bitch - 4.5/5. We all heard it. Dope ass song. Can't go wrong with Khalil/Kobe. So cool to see Devin on this too. Bangin' record.
8. Platinum - 2.75/5 Snoop & Kells! Lex Luger (no surprise). This is ehh. "That's That Shit" was way better. Does nothing for me at all.
9. Boom - 4/5. A Scott Storch single?!? Beat is bangin' for a mainstream record. T-Pain does a good job. This is a real cool record! Play this in the car on the way to the club.

10. We Rest 'N Cali - 3.75/5. This is cool. Beat is funky and cool. Smooth, funky Bootsy Collins. Nice to see Goldie Loc on here too. Cool record overall.
11. El Lay - 3.75/5. Smooth. Scoop Deville is cool. Never heard of this Marty James but it's a smooth hook. Wtf is that Tray Deee at the end?! Thought he HATED Snoop.
12. Gangbang Rookie - 3.5/5. Straight gangsta shit Snoop does best. I fuck with this heavy. They got a real youngin' rappin' on here lol.

13. The Weed Iz Mine - 4/5. Has a cool old school vibe to it. This just has a dope funk level to it. Wiz Khalifa sounds great on it too. Very cool record. Who's the girl on it?
14. Wet - 2/5. The first single. It serves it's mainstream purpose. I can't fuck with it though.
15. Take U Home - 5/5. Nice to see Meech Wells! This is pure funk  8) Kokane kills the hook and Too $hort sounds dope as fuck on it too. Daz & Snoop sound tight too.

16. Sumthin' Like This Night - 2.5/5. Snoop always has at least 1-2 weird collaborations. This is ehh. Not terrible, but doesn't really do anything for me.
17. Superman - N/A. Lol it's hard to hate on this. Definitely not my cup of tea as a hip-hop fan but it's straight comedy. I'm not even gonna rate it  :P

18. Eyez Closed - 2.75/5 Beat is alright; heard much better from Kanye. Sounds like he gave him a throwaway. John Legend is dope as fuck. I had higher hopes for this. The beat is just coasting; very boring. And wow to add to the disappointment, Kanye used the same verse during the GOOD Friday songs (the cypher? - I know I've heard it).

19. Raised In Da' Hood - 3.75/5. Baby Dubb on the beat. This is cool; funky. Snoop's flow and raps on point. I dig this.
20. It's D' Only Thang - 3/5. Hook is ehh. Beat is ok. Not an awful song but doesn't have any replay value really.
21. Cold Game - 4.5/5. The last song on Snoop albums are always sick lol. Who produced the beat? Latoiya Williams has a beautiful voice as always.

Overall much better than Ego Trippin' & Malice N' Wonderland. Snoop always has plenty filler because his albums are so long.

1. Toyz N Da Hood
2. The Way Life Used To Be
3. My Own Way
4. Wonder What I Do
5. Peer Pressure
6. I Don't Need No Bitch
7. Boom
8. We Rest N Cali
9. El Lay
10. Gangbang Rookie
11. This Weed Iz Mine
12. Take U Home
13. Raised N Da Hood
14. Cold Game

Would have a made a near classic album  8)
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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #65 on: March 22, 2011, 01:18:08 PM »
Snoop must be planning a lot of promo for this album as there's no UK specific date from the release.

I wanna order this and not download it but check out this price on amazon


37.76 = $60.00 USD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :o


order from amazon.com it will cost you
Items: GBP 6.34
Shipping & Handling: GBP 4.11

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Total Before Tax: GBP 10.45
Estimated Tax To Be Collected: GBP 0.00

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Order Total: GBP 10.45



Done!!! Thanks OG ;)

I get all my west coast albums from amazon.com, uk version just rips you off with the whole import thing.

Where does this rank in snoops catalogue, i was close to giving up on him after malice !

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #66 on: March 22, 2011, 01:36:47 PM »
Snoop seriously needs to drop that 21 track bullsh*t he's on... too much filler... if he narrowed it down to the best songs he could easily make classic albums...
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #67 on: March 22, 2011, 01:41:21 PM »
this album is funked out to the fullest. 8/10. best album from snoop i've heard since doggystyle!
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #68 on: March 22, 2011, 01:50:53 PM »
01.  Toyz N Da Hood Ft. Bootsy Collins - 4/5, dope funky intro, reminds me of "Intrology" kinda
02.  The Way Life Used To Be - 4.5/5, nice solo opener for Snoop
03.  My Own Way Ft. Mr. Porter - 4/5, laid back production and hook from Mr. Porter, Snoop sounds good here
04.  Wonder What I Do Ft. Uncle Chucc - 4/5, another funk inspired cut that works
05.  My Fucn House Ft. Young Jeezy And E-40 - 4/5, I personally find this to be a banger though I know some won't like this cuz Jeezy is here, but all 3 do their thing
06.  Peer Pressure Ft. Traci Nelson 4.5/5, vintage Snoop, sounds kinda like "Crazy" with some of the elements in the beat, love the hook as well
07.  I Dont Need No Bitch Ft. Devin The Dude And Kobe Honeycutt - 5/5, the track that officially had me hyped for this album, top notch verses from Snoop and Devin and Kobe KILLS this hook, beat is also on some Detox shit  :shocked:
08.  Platinum Ft. R. Kelly - 3.5/5, R. Kelly rapping the first verse surprised me, he only had a few corny lines nut nothing really 'wack', Snoop actually killed this flow-wise, decent party/club banger and Lex Luger switched the sound up nicely
09.  Boom Ft. T-Pain - 4/5, WHOA this is actually knockin'! this should have been the lead single
10.  We Rest In Cali Ft. Goldie Loc And Bootsy Collins - 4.5/5, great to see Goldic Loc on here, overall just a dope West Coast record even though there's nothing we haven't heard before content-wise in it
11.  El Lay Ft. Marty James 3.5/5, Marty James was aiight but this song could have been much better with another singer, Snoop's verses were dope and the beat is smooth
12.  Gangbang Rookie Ft. Pilot - 5/5. another vintage gangsta record from Snoop and even that little dude Pilot kills this shit, love it
13.  The Weed Iz Mine Ft. Wiz Khalifa - 4.5/5, Snoop and Wiz are now 3/3 with their collaborations and this one might just be their best if it has more replay value than "That Good", really feeling this joint and can't wait to spark up later to it
14.  Wet - N/A, never listened to the entire song and don't plan on it, not my cup of tea but I understand Snoop wants to appeal to all different audiences, this one just ain't me so it's a skipper
15.  Take U Home Ft. Too Short, Daz And Kokane - 4/5, West Coast posse track, would have loved to hear Kurupt on this one
16.  Sumthin Like This Night Ft. Gorillaz - 4/5, never really did hear much of Gorillaz' music but I knew this would be something hit/miss considering the 2 genres, and it's a hit for me
17.  Superman Ft. Willie Nelson - N/A, I won't bash this because I look at it as more of a skit/interlude and once again Snoop just tryin' to appeal by having Willie Nelson's name on here
18.  Eyez Closed Ft. Kanye West And John Legend - 4/5, expected something a little different but this is still dope, beat has the same sample as Maino's "Hi Hater" and Kanye's verse was recycled but it still fit the song
19.  Raised In Da Hood - 3.5/5, cool track but nothing too special
20.  Its D Only Thang - 4/5, David Banner came through with a dope track, Snoop wrecked it
21.  Cold Game Ft. Latoiya Williams - 4.5/5, great way to close out the album, great vocals from Latoiya

overall the album gets a solid 4/5 from me, Snoop really surprised with this one... the majority of the album has the sound that his core fans want to hear, while still balancing out with the minimal poppy tracks to get the chicks/younger generation, and out of the 21 songs there are 18 that are keepers, I had a feeling this would be his best record since TBCT and I'm happy I was right... guaranteed purchase from me  8)


best tracks right now for me: "I Don't Need No Bitch", "Gangbang Rookie", "The Weed Iz Mine", "The Way Life Used To Be", "Cold Game"

this will be the first Snoop album I cop since Ego Trippin

Wow, you really skipped purchasing a lot of Snoop albums then...  ;)

not really, considering I own:

Doggystyle
Doggfather (sold it though)
Tha Last Meal
R&G
Blue Carpet Treatment
Ego Trippin
Doggumentary (will be copped in a week)

since I got negged I'm sure that was you assuming I only liked Snoop's new material, so I'll take my prop back please  8)
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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #69 on: March 22, 2011, 01:54:05 PM »
After one listen I'd rate it

Somewhere in between/around the same level of

Paid Tha Cost
R&G
No Limit Top Dogg

Not as good as

Doggystyle
Tha Last Meal
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment

better than

Doggfather
Da Game Sold/Told
Ego Trippin
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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #70 on: March 22, 2011, 01:56:15 PM »
BloodMoney, don't you like "No Limit Top Dogg" or "Tha Last Meal"?
 

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #71 on: March 22, 2011, 01:56:35 PM »
1. Toyz' 'N Da' Hood - N/A. Funky intro. You know Snoop always has sick Intro's. Bootsy Collins or George Clinton are always on one  :D
2. The Way Life Used To Be - 4.25/5. Funky Battlecat beat. Love it! Snoop raps real nice on here. Very good start  8)
3. My Own Way - 3.5/5. Beat is pretty simple and takes a backseat. I really like Mr. Porter hooks; always have. The beat is too simple to take this song to the next level.

4. Wonder What I Do - 3.75/5. Battlecat again, my God. Uncle Chucc has a hell of a voice. Pretty cool and funky. Snoop is cool on this too.
5. My Fuckin' House - 3.5/5 Beat BANGS. Jeezy fits it well. That "my fuckin house" in the background is annoying though. E-40 sounds cool on it too. I like it for what it is.
6. Peer Pressure - 4.5/5. Fredwreck! Beat is awesome. Sounds A LOT like "Crazy." Traci Nelson smashes it too. Very good authentic west sounding record.

7. I Don't Need No Bitch - 4.5/5. We all heard it. Dope ass song. Can't go wrong with Khalil/Kobe. So cool to see Devin on this too. Bangin' record.
8. Platinum - 2.75/5 Snoop & Kells! Lex Luger (no surprise). This is ehh. "That's That Shit" was way better. Does nothing for me at all.
9. Boom - 4/5. A Scott Storch single?!? Beat is bangin' for a mainstream record. T-Pain does a good job. This is a real cool record! Play this in the car on the way to the club.

10. We Rest 'N Cali - 3.75/5. This is cool. Beat is funky and cool. Smooth, funky Bootsy Collins. Nice to see Goldie Loc on here too. Cool record overall.
11. El Lay - 3.75/5. Smooth. Scoop Deville is cool. Never heard of this Marty James but it's a smooth hook. Wtf is that Tray Deee at the end?! Thought he HATED Snoop.
12. Gangbang Rookie - 3.5/5. Straight gangsta shit Snoop does best. I fuck with this heavy. They got a real youngin' rappin' on here lol.

13. The Weed Iz Mine - 4/5. Has a cool old school vibe to it. This just has a dope funk level to it. Wiz Khalifa sounds great on it too. Very cool record. Who's the girl on it?
14. Wet - 2/5. The first single. It serves it's mainstream purpose. I can't fuck with it though.
15. Take U Home - 5/5. Nice to see Meech Wells! This is pure funk  8) Kokane kills the hook and Too $hort sounds dope as fuck on it too. Daz & Snoop sound tight too.

16. Sumthin' Like This Night - 2.5/5. Snoop always has at least 1-2 weird collaborations. This is ehh. Not terrible, but doesn't really do anything for me.
17. Superman - N/A. Lol it's hard to hate on this. Definitely not my cup of tea as a hip-hop fan but it's straight comedy. I'm not even gonna rate it  :P

18. Eyez Closed - 2.75/5 Beat is alright; heard much better from Kanye. Sounds like he gave him a throwaway. John Legend is dope as fuck. I had higher hopes for this. The beat is just coasting; very boring. And wow to add to the disappointment, Kanye used the same verse during the GOOD Friday songs (the cypher? - I know I've heard it).

19. Raised In Da' Hood - 3.75/5. Baby Dubb on the beat. This is cool; funky. Snoop's flow and raps on point. I dig this.
20. It's D' Only Thang - 3/5. Hook is ehh. Beat is ok. Not an awful song but doesn't have any replay value really.
21. Cold Game - 4.5/5. The last song on Snoop albums are always sick lol. Who produced the beat? Latoiya Williams has a beautiful voice as always.

Overall much better than Ego Trippin' & Malice N' Wonderland. Snoop always has plenty filler because his albums are so long.

1. Toyz N Da Hood
2. The Way Life Used To Be
3. My Own Way
4. Wonder What I Do
5. Peer Pressure
6. I Don't Need No Bitch
7. Boom
8. We Rest N Cali
9. El Lay
10. Gangbang Rookie
11. This Weed Iz Mine
12. Take U Home
13. Raised N Da Hood
14. Cold Game

Would have a made a near classic album  8)

Same tracklist I used for my version except I added "That Good" at the end
 

Cali_Heat

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #72 on: March 22, 2011, 01:59:57 PM »
Doggystyle
Tha Doggfather
Doggumentary
Tha Last Meal
TBCT
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Will_B

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Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #73 on: March 22, 2011, 02:00:15 PM »
After one listen I'd rate it

Somewhere in between/around the same level of

Paid Tha Cost
R&G
No Limit Top Dogg

Not as good as

Doggystyle
Tha Last Meal
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment

better than

Doggfather
Da Game Sold/Told
Ego Trippin
Malice N Wonderland

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Blood$

Re: Snoop Dogg - Doggumentary (Discussion Thread)
« Reply #74 on: March 22, 2011, 02:01:40 PM »
BloodMoney, don't you like "No Limit Top Dogg" or "Tha Last Meal"?

I own Tha Last Meal, love NLTD but I honestly haven't even seen it around in stores over here to cop it  :(