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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #25 on: October 05, 2001, 10:04:46 PM »

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what's up with a 5.5, that's what it deserved. if you give it any higher than a 6 than you are lying. that album had no affect on rap whatsoever, it didn't change the game, it didn't sell, it didn't make warren g look like the dude that came out with regulate g funk era in 94, it didn't have a classic song on the whole cd, his lyrics were shitty, the featurings were from peeps that i couldn't believe were placed on a warren g cd, including two tracks that had nothing to do with warren, too many wack songs, too many times you wanna skip through songs and get the cd over with, didn't get rotation in my cd player for longer than a week, wasn't g-funk enough, no twinz, where was the dove shack, it seemed like the cd was rushed, no promotion becuase it didn't deserve it, is that enough reasons. this cd was bad, it came out around 2001 and streetz time so it made it even look worse. what is good with this cd besides songs 2,3?  , peace.


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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #26 on: October 07, 2001, 10:19:43 AM »
shit.....a clasic doesn"t have to be an album dat shakes tha whole industry........i mean....many clasicz did that but it doesnt mean itz a rule or somethin like dat.....eample:
"makaveli tha dk"....considered by many hip hop fanz as a clasic....but tha media fuckin trashed it back when it droped...
and still would easily trash it.....
warrenz "i want it all".....waz one great westcoast... g-funk...piece....yea a clasic in many pipz" opinionz......so fuck all tha hatin...warren iz one of tha best g-funk poducers...and althoug he had a dissaponitin piece like "take a look.."...he hit back wit dis calssic shit...
jus like dre wit hiz"..presents tha aftermath"...he wanted to try a dif aproach....witch didnt go well...but still came back wit a clasic....
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #27 on: October 10, 2001, 02:58:46 AM »
These are albums I think are classics in wc hip hop:

"Srt8 Outta CPT"
"Efil4zaggin"
"The Chronic"
"Doggystyle"
"Murder Was The Case"
"Dr. Dre 2001"

off the top of my head.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #28 on: October 10, 2001, 03:17:52 PM »
only wc classics are:

chronic
doggystyle
regulate
all eyez on me
str8 outta compton
2001

ones that came close:

streetz
dogg food
westside connection
(there are some others)  , peace.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #29 on: October 10, 2001, 03:45:13 PM »
the ONLY ...haha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haa


wheres del's debut??
wheres the pharcyde's debut
where's "life is too short"
where me against the world and the don killuminati
where's ice T's Original Gangsta and Iceberg
where's Cube's first 3 or 4
theres ALOT more you need to add

i ain't hating at all i'm just sayin


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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #30 on: October 11, 2001, 02:34:47 AM »
A lot of people think it's a classic album because it sold so many copies.  That doesn't make it a classic, but it's a very good album, with classic songs.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #31 on: October 19, 2001, 10:53:16 AM »
I just did a review of the album cause some people here were buggin me.  It will be up @ wckillaz soon.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #32 on: October 22, 2001, 05:33:18 PM »


This album is dope...good to smoke 2!
8/10
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #33 on: October 23, 2001, 07:59:13 PM »
I'd Say It's More Like

1. Intro- 4/5
2. Gangsta Love (Feat. Kurupt, Nate Dogg & Rbx)- 4.5/5
3. Why Oh Why (Feat. Daz & Kurupt)- 4/5
4. Dollars Make Sense (Feat. Kurupt & Crucial Conflict)- 3.5/5 (I loved crucial conflict)
5. I Want It All (Feat. Mack 10)- 4.5/5 (*almost classic now)
6. Havin' Things (Feat. JD & Nate Dogg)- 4/5 (I liked it, sorry)
7. You Never Know (Feat. Snoop, Phats Bossi & Reel Tight)- 3.5/5 Phats Bossi Is SO Tight On This.
8. My Momma (Ola Mae)- 2.5/5, I don't like the hook at all
9. G Spot- 4/5 Good G Funk Music
10. We Got That (Feat. Eve, Drag-On & Shadow)- 4/5, Actuall A Good RR Song
11. Dope Beat- 4/5 Awesome Hook.
12. World Wide Ryders (Feat. Neb Love, K-Bar)- 3.5/5
13. Game Don't Wait (Feat. Nate Dogg & Snoop)- 4/5 Nice
14. If We Give You A Chance (Feat. Slick Rick & Phat Bossi)- 4.5/5, I Love The Hook, I Always Sing It
15. I Want It All Remix (Feat. Memphis Bleek, Drag-On & Tikki Diamond)- 3.5/5 I Actually Liked The Remix.  It Was Good, Becuase It Was So Different From The O.G... Plus Warren did The HOok, Instead Of Mack 10... Interesting. Album 8.5/10, My Fav. Warren Album.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #34 on: October 23, 2001, 08:01:59 PM »

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the ONLY ...haha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haa


wheres del's debut??
wheres the pharcyde's debut
where's "life is too short"D
where me against the world and the don killuminati
where's ice T's Original Gangsta and Iceberg
where's Cube's first 3 or 4
theres ALOT more you need to add

i ain't hating at all i'm just sayin





Exactly What I WAs Thinkin'.  Cube, Ice T, Too Short, Del, Ren Even, Eazy Does It, X-Raided Is Considered Classic, Etc.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #35 on: October 24, 2001, 09:56:02 AM »


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"I Want It All"



1.  Intro - Short skit about the evolution of G-Funk.

2.  Gangsta Love - (featuring Kurupt, RBX & Nate Dogg) -   "Call me/Dub, A/Double R, E/N be the N/Last letter be the G/G be for Griffen/Smiffen like Wesson/Niggas that be fessin/I'm crushin ya whole chest in."  Warren hits us hard with this laid back, classic Warren G melody setting the mood for the whole album.  His long time partner, Nate Dogg blows it up with his contributed harmonies.  RBX also fits in well over the slow groove.   4/5 dubs

3.  Why Oh Why - (featuring D.P.G.) -  D-A-Z starts off with a dope verse.  This is a song about the consequences of being a gangsta.  Warren has a nice verse over one of his own beats.  Kurupt's verse looses focus and tail spins into nothing.  Overall, a good track.  4/5 dubs

4.  Dollars Make Sense - (featuring Kurupt, Crucial Conflict & Reel Tight) -  Nice, beat with a little retro feel to it.  G-Dub starts things off with a dope, uncanny verse; rhymin at a fast pace.  I love the hook by Reel Tight.  Crucial Conflict add an extra spark to this joint.  Kurupt only talks in the beginning.  4/5 dubs

5.  I Want It All - (featuring Mack 10) -  A great song period.  Best beat on the album, with classic horns and steady piano keys.  The hook done by Warren is very original too.  This was the first single, with a tight Mack 10 appearance  Probably the last dope verse of his life.  4.5/5 dubs

6.  Havin' Thangs - (featuring Jermaine Dupri & Nate Dogg) -  One of my favorites joints this album has to offer.  I could care less of J.D., but this is still a great song.  Nate Dogg really shines with his powerfull vocals, "Chase ya dough...nooooow/Don't sell ya soul...nooooow/Do whatcha feeeeeel, yeah/Keep It real."  Warren provides a strong verse too.  This was the third single that went unoticed.  4.5/5

7.  You Never Know - (featuring Snoop Dogg, Phat Bossi & Reel Tight) -  An inspiring song fueled mainly by the Reel Tight hook, haha.  Another great G-Funk beat with longtime homie Snoop Dogg rappin by Warren's side.  The raps are pretty straight forward, nothin great.  People will probably like this song for it's beat and hook.  Good enough for me.  4.5/5 dubs.

8.  My Momma (Ola Mae) -  Soopafly handles the beat for this one so Warren can send a dedication to his who mother who had passed away.  Not a song I play a lot, the chorus is repetitive so it's hard to like.  3/5 dubs

9.  G-Spot - (featuring El DeBarge & Val "Lady V" Young) -  Stands as one of the best songs on this album that features 2 incredible singers.  They bring it proper with their parts.  You couldn't ask for more.  The nice, slow beat fits the hook and Warren's cool, relaxing flow for the ladies.  "She use to tell me that she loved me/All the time/I turn to her/And say that I'm/Infatuated/Concentrated on cuttin it up/Body bustin out yo blouse don't button it up."  4.5/5 dubs

10.  We Got That - (featuring Eve, Drag-On & Shadow) -  This is were the album slips a bit.  The track seems very much out of place with the Ruff Ryder camp hookin up with Warren G.  I think this was to sell records though.  Warren did not lace this beat, and again, it doesn't fit the flow of the album.  3/5 dubs

11.  Dope Beat -  A very smooth, classic G-Funk feel.  G-Dub comes with the simple rhymes about his come up from 213 up intil now.  Only song here with Warren spittin all verses, doing the hook and producing the beat.  3.5/5 dubs

12.  World Wide Riders - (featuring Neb Love & K-Bar) -  Two members of The 5 Footaz use this mellowed out beat to just expose themselves to the rap world.  It's really their song, Warren G just lets them do their own thang.  Nothing special from them.  3.5/5 dubs

13.  Game Don't Wait - (featuring Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg) -  This is the original version recorded in early '98.  I definitely prefer the Dr. Dre remix.  This version has a weak beat, and verse from both Snoop & Warren.  Nate gets boring with his deep chorus that plays over and over in your head.  3.5/5 dubs

14.  If We Give You A Chance - (featuring Slick Rick, Phat Bossi & Val "Lady V" Young) -  Two O.G.'s Slick Rick and Warren G blend pefectly together along with more pleasant vocals from Val Young.  A great song about the two hittin up the streets of NYC in the late night.  Another beat that is meant to just relax your mind and let your conscious be free.  4.5/5 dubs

15.  I Want It All Remix - (featuring Memphis Bleek, Drag-On & Tikki Diamond) -  Album ends on a bad note, second song that doesn't belong on this CD.  More rappers Warren shouldn't be hookin up with.  This isn't a Warren G production either, Vada Nobles produced it.  2.5/5 dubs      

I had to do this quick review to show the people who hate on this album, that it stands as one of the best West coast records since the rebirth of this left coast hip-hop.  Warren evolves with this album rappin about more mature themes over more reserved, r&b rhythms.  Many people aren't feelin the vibe the album has to offer, but that's because they hate on the smoother, more soulful shit.  Warren always put it down like that, what's the problem?  Yeah, G-Dub's rhymes have slipped back a lil compared to what he use to flip back in '94.  That's another reason, but I seem to not really notice it cause he makes it up with the ill hooks and beats.  People have trouble accepting the Ruff Ryder appearances, I do too, but that doesn't ruin the whole album.  This CD starts off strong, about halfway through the album, some flaws pop up.  It doesn't have a strong finish, but there are enough dope joints.  I love the overall mood to this album, Warren keeps a good overall flow intact for it.  Some songs that should have been left out; "We Got That" and the "I Want It All" Remix.  Warren gives us those tight gangsta ballads only he can give us like, "G Spot" and "You Never Know."  He produces the whole album except for 3 songs.  Warren tried to make up for his lack of rhymes at times with loads of guest rappers.  It seems to me Eve and Memphis Bleek were commercial stunts.  With "Return Of The Regulator" on the horizon, Warren G vows more Warren G, as a rapper and producer.  Look for him to do the whole album with the exception of Soopafly and his older bother, Dr. Dre, doing a track each.  Guests are toned down this time as well.  Responses have been great so far, could this rank passed "I Want It All" and "Take A Look Over My Shoulder?"  I hope so.  For this album, more reserved Warren G music.  He lives up to the G-Funk title with songs like, "Gangsta Love," "Why Oh Why," "I Want It All," and "G-Spot."  Great album to just push play and fall back to.  8/10 dubs

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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #36 on: October 24, 2001, 05:58:32 PM »
i don't hate on it (obviously you were directing that shit at me), the album is just garbage...if you are gonna cop a warren g album make sure you have all the others before you get this one, peace.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #37 on: October 24, 2001, 07:36:19 PM »
I Don't Agree.  This Is My Fav. Warren G Album. Peace.
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« Reply #38 on: October 25, 2001, 09:30:33 AM »
>:(

This album is not classic but its definitely not garbage >:(
Warren was just following the trend of having a million guest on the cd. This cd is dope though, some songs like Dope Beat,Gangsta Love are straight out G Funk
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« Reply #39 on: October 27, 2001, 12:46:31 AM »

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i don't hate on it (obviously you were directing that shit at me), the album is just garbage...if you are gonna cop a warren g album make sure you have all the others before you get this one, peace.



tha last buulshit dat waz as big as dis one...waz from one dude who dissed Biggies rap skillz.....lol
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #40 on: October 27, 2001, 08:00:06 AM »
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #41 on: November 01, 2001, 08:24:12 AM »
yo.....why tha fuck you frontin bitch?.....i just said what i think towards yo opinion....why iz ya dissin......couldnt ya say....i dunno:
hey geezy....imo yo opinion iz statight bullshit.....

i never said you waZ a dumbass i jus expressed my thought towards what looks to me  as staraight bullshit...i would say it to anyone who would say this...this ain somthin personal......and you jus" fuckin misinterpret it and start dissin......at least be carefull wit yo shit.....

i read some of yo posts befo...you once said that "i want it all" ain got enogugh g-funk in it or somethin like it....lol.....so i kinda repressed it and now it came out when you reminded me of yo op towards i want it all.....

p.s not enough g funk...r u kiddin"...?
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #42 on: November 01, 2001, 10:45:43 AM »
This album is not classic but its definitely not garbage
Warren was just following the trend of having a million guest on the cd. This cd is dope though, some songs like Dope Beat,Gangsta Love are straight out G Funk >>

Its a damned good thing Warren had so many guest spots because Warren isnt exactly Rakim on the mic.  But-I think this CD is DAMNED good and I seriously find it hard that any hip hop fan could listen to this and not enjoy it.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #43 on: April 21, 2002, 07:10:29 AM »
Name:  Warren G
Album:  "I Want It All"
Released:  October 12th, 1999
Category:  West Coast, G-Funk
Rating:  4/5
Reviewed By: Incognito on 10/18/01
 
 

1. Intro - Short skit about the evolution of G-Funk.

2. Gangsta Love - (featuring Kurupt, RBX & Nate Dogg) - "Call me/Dub, A/Double R, E/N be the N/Last letter be the G/G be for Griffen/Smiffen like Wesson/Niggas that be fessin/I'm crushin ya whole chest in." Warren hits us hard with this laid back, classic Warren G melody setting the mood for the whole album. His long time partner, Nate Dogg blows it up with his contributed harmonies. RBX also fits in well over the slow groove. 4/5

3. Why Oh Why - (featuring D.P.G.) - D-A-Z starts off with a dope verse. This is a song about the consequences of being a gangsta. Warren has a nice verse over one of his own beats. Kurupt's verse looses focus and tail spins into nothing. Overall, a good track. 4/5

4. Dollars Make Sense - (featuring Kurupt, Crucial Conflict & Reel Tight) - Nice, beat with a little retro feel to it. G-Dub starts things off with a dope, uncanny verse; rhymin at a fast pace. I love the hook by Reel Tight. Crucial Conflict add an extra spark to this joint. Kurupt only talks in the beginning. 4/5

5. I Want It All - (featuring Mack 10) - A great song period. Best beat on the album, with classic horns and steady piano keys. The hook done by Warren is very original too. This was the first single, with a tight Mack 10 appearance Probably the last dope verse of his life. 4.5/5

6. Havin' Thangs - (featuring Jermaine Dupri & Nate Dogg) - One of my favorites joints this album has to offer. I could care less of J.D., but this is still a great song. Nate Dogg really shines with his powerfull vocals, "Chase ya dough...nooooow/Don't sell ya soul...nooooow/Do whatcha feeeeeel, yeah/Keep It real." Warren provides a strong verse too. This was the third single that went unoticed.

7. You Never Know - (featuring Snoop Dogg, Phat Bossi & Reel Tight) - An inspiring song fueled mainly by the Reel Tight hook, haha. Another great G-Funk beat with longtime homie Snoop Dogg rappin by Warren's side. The raps are pretty straight forward, nothin great. People will probably like this song for it's beat and hook. Good enough for me. 4.5/5

8. My Momma (Ola Mae) - Soopafly handles the beat for this one so Warren can send a dedication to his who mother who had passed away. Not a song I play a lot, the chorus is repetitive so it's hard to like. 3/5

9. G-Spot - (featuring El DeBarge & Val "Lady V" Young) - Stands as one of the best songs on this album that features 2 incredible singers. They bring it proper with their parts. You couldn't ask for more. The nice, slow beat fits the hook and Warren's cool, relaxing flow for the ladies. "She use to tell me that she loved me/All the time/I turn to her/And say that I'm/Infatuated/Concentrated on cuttin it up/Body bustin out yo blouse don't button it up." 4.5/5

10. We Got That - (featuring Eve, Drag-On & Shadow) - This is were the album slips a bit. The track seems very much out of place with the Ruff Ryder camp hookin up with Warren G. I think this was to sell records though. Warren did not lace this beat, and again, it doesn't fit the flow of the album. 3/5

11. Dope Beat - A very smooth, classic G-Funk feel. G-Dub comes with the simple rhymes about his come up from 213 up intil now. Only song here with Warren spittin all verses, doing the hook and producing the beat. 3.5/5

12. World Wide Riders - (featuring Neb Love & K-Bar) - Two members of The 5 Footaz use this mellowed out beat to just expose themselves to the rap world. It's really their song, Warren G just lets them do their own thang. Nothing special from them. 3.5/5

13. Game Don't Wait - (featuring Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg) - This is the original version recorded in early '98. I definitely prefer the Dr. Dre remix. This version has a weak beat, and verse from both Snoop & Warren. Nate gets boring with his deep chorus that plays over and over in your head. 3.5/5

14. If We Give You A Chance - (featuring Slick Rick, Phat Bossi & Val "Lady V" Young) - Two O.G.'s Slick Rick and Warren G blend pefectly together along with more pleasant vocals from Val Young. A great song about the two hittin up the streets of NYC in the late night. Another beat that is meant to just relax your mind and let your conscious be free. 4.5/5

15. I Want It All Remix - (featuring Memphis Bleek, Drag-On & Tikki Diamond) - Album ends on a bad note, second song that doesn't belong on this CD. More rappers Warren shouldn't be hookin up with. This isn't a Warren G production either, Vada Nobles produced it. 2.5/5

      I had to do this quick review to show the people who hate on this album, that it stands as one of the best West coast records since the rebirth of this left coast hip-hop. Warren evolves with this album rappin about more mature themes over more reserved, r&b rhythms. Many people aren't feelin the vibe the album has to offer, but that's because they hate on the smoother, more soulful shit. Warren always put it down like that, what's the problem? Yeah, G-Dub's rhymes have slipped back a lil compared to what he use to flip back in '94. That's another reason, but I seem to not really notice it cause he makes it up with the ill hooks and beats. People have trouble accepting the Ruff Ryder appearances, I do too, but that doesn't ruin the whole album. This CD starts off strong, about halfway through the album, some flaws pop up. It doesn't have a strong finish, but there are enough dope joints. I love the overall mood to this album, Warren keeps a good overall flow intact for it. Some songs that should have been left out; "We Got That" and the "I Want It All" Remix. Warren gives us those tight gangsta ballads only he can give us like, "G Spot" and "You Never Know." He produces the whole album except for 3 songs. Warren tried to make up for his lack of rhymes at times with loads of guest rappers. It seems to me Eve and Memphis Bleek were commercial stunts. With "Return Of The Regulator" on the horizon, Warren G vows more Warren G, as a rapper and producer. Look for him to do the whole album with the exception of Soopafly and his older bother, Dr. Dre, doing a track each. Guests are toned down this time as well. Responses have been great so far, could this rank passed "I Want It All" and "Take A Look Over My Shoulder?" I hope so. For this album, more reserved Warren G music. He lives up to the G-Funk title with songs like, "Gangsta Love," "Why Oh Why," "I Want It All," and "G-Spot." Great album to just push play and fall back to. - Incognito
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #44 on: April 21, 2002, 02:37:50 PM »
I would give this album a 7.5 easily. Ya never know was a tight song.
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #45 on: May 01, 2002, 03:20:18 PM »
I Want It All was a sick fuckin album yall

7.5/10 for sure

the only wack songs on the album was You Never Know and Ola Mae

Game dont wait, World Wide Ryder, Dope Beat were decent

the rest was AMAZING!!!!

Gangsta Love, My Oh My, Havin Thangs, G Spot, I want it all,
Dollars and sense , damn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Warren G- I Want It All
« Reply #46 on: May 02, 2002, 09:49:46 AM »
a great album. easiley 8/10 my favorite song is gangsta love btw all the songs are at least 6.5/10 ;)
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