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Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« on: August 03, 2002, 02:34:56 AM »
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Xzibits new album titled Man vs Machine is droppin September 17, but Xzibit is already hyping his next project. X revealed that The Coast Is Clear, the debut album from the Golden State Project will be released in February on his own label Open Bar.

"We 'bout to hit 'em hard," Xzibit said of his side project. "We've been talkin' 'bout it, talkin' 'bout it since my first record. And now, you know, Open Bar Entertainment is a reality. It's my label. We're on Columbia Records, and it's a whole new push.

The reason for the delays was Xzibit's new solo album, which has been more than a year and a half in the making.

I've been training for this album like I've been getting ready to fight Lennox Lewis or something. I went back in the studio as soon as I got off the road last spring. And I really had a vision for this album. I think I've overcome a lot, and I feel like Man vs. Machine was a fitting title to personify that struggle. It's me staying true to the basic fact that I love the music first and I love the fans and I get my success when I'm out in front of the crowd. Whether there's 30,000 of y'all or five of y'all, I don't care. I got the mic and I'm rippin', and y'all are goin' off and screaming right back at me. That's real." Xzibit explained.

The first single is the Dre-produced Multiply and features additional vocals from Nate Dogg, who showed up, along with Dre and Busta Rhymes, when Xzibit filmed the video for the track earlier this month in Los Angeles.Chris Robinson directed the clip, which follows a caravan of vehicles through the desert to Las Vegas, where X's next video will pick up. Xzibit is seen in each of the rides, which include his own Cadillac Escalade and a tour bus fitted with a stripper pole.

X will head overseas for a short European trek after the Anger Management Tour ends September 8.

Here is the tracklisting to Man vs. Machine, along with the possible album cover, and a snippet preview for the song Symphony in X Major

01. Release Date
02. Symphony in X Major feat. Dr. Dre [Visist WestCoask2k To Listen]
03. Multiply feat. Nate Dogg
04. Break Yourself
05. Heart of Man
06. Harder feat. Golden State Project
07. Paul
08. Choke Me, Spank Me (Pull My Hair)
09. Losin' Your Mind feat. Snoop Dogg
10. (Hit U) Where It Hurts
11. BK to LA feat. M.O.P.
12. Say My Name feat. Eminem, Nate Dogg
13. My Life, My World
14. Gambler feat. Anthony Hamilton
15. What a Mess
16. Missin' U
17. Right On
18. Bitch Ass Niggaz (Interlude) feat. Eddie Griffin
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2002, 06:11:28 AM »
DAMN! This looks dope as hell...Tight news man...
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #2 on: August 03, 2002, 06:12:42 AM »
THERE IS ALREADY A POST WITH THIS ARTICLE!  ::)
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2002, 04:52:14 AM »

Dope! Thanks for the info!!!!!  8)  ;D
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2002, 05:04:36 AM »
the last song on the cd is an interlude, wtf, peace.
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2002, 03:30:43 PM »
looks tite
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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2002, 03:37:09 PM »
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Dope! Thanks for the info!!!!! 8) ;D

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« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2002, 03:44:51 PM »
For some reason, I'm not anywhere near as hyped for this album as I was for "Restless."  The only albums I was more hyped for ever were "2001" and The MMLP.

I dunno why, but this is just like another album fro mthe West.  I only heard "Multiply: once, and compared to "X" when I first heard it, it blows "Multiply" out the water.

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« Reply #8 on: August 11, 2002, 04:32:47 PM »
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For some reason, I'm not anywhere near as hyped for this album as I was for "Restless."  The only albums I was more hyped for ever were "2001" and The MMLP.

I dunno why, but this is just like another album fro mthe West.  I only heard "Multiply: once, and compared to "X" when I first heard it, it blows "Multiply" out the water.




You need to hear "Multiply" more, to let it grow on you.
I thought it was average at first, but the beat/chorus & lyrics makes it doper everytime I hear it.

And since you're not that hyped I figure that you haven't heard "Losin your mind" ft. Snoop Dogg yet, that shit is  :o
I'm more hyped for this than "Restless", and BEST believe I was hyped for that one.

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« Reply #9 on: August 11, 2002, 04:53:05 PM »
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You need to hear "Multiply" more, to let it grow on you.
I thought it was average at first, but the beat/chorus & lyrics makes it doper everytime I hear it.

And since you're not that hyped I figure that you haven't heard "Losin your mind" ft. Snoop Dogg yet, that shit is :o
I'm more hyped for this than "Restless", and BEST believe I was hyped for that one.



Thats just cause you love xzibit so much, everyone else thinks the songs are just average. Nothin to be that hyped up about. I might buy this cd. the song gambler is the only track ive heard that I really like. The other two on the sampler are dope but im lookin for more than just a dope album.
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2002, 06:57:58 PM »
Dope tracklisting  ;D
There's not that many guest appearances on the cd(compared to restless). Thats dope, more of xzibit.  But the guest Appearances are dope anyway. Ras Kass, Saffir, Dre, Snoop, Eminem, Nate Dogg & MOP.
But theres no king t or tha liks, That sucks.
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« Reply #11 on: August 12, 2002, 04:38:59 PM »
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Thats just cause you love xzibit so much, everyone else thinks the songs are just average. Nothin to be that hyped up about. I might buy this cd. the song gambler is the only track ive heard that I really like. The other two on the sampler are dope but im lookin for more than just a dope album.


As far as I can remember, 85% said that they thought those 2 tracks were dope.
And you aren't looking for a dope album?
You only buy old classics?
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« Reply #12 on: August 12, 2002, 04:50:03 PM »
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As far as I can remember, 85% said that they thought those 2 tracks were dope.
And you aren't looking for a dope album?
You only buy old classics?


Loose your mind was cool. Multiply was boaring. And i dont even care a tiny bit what other people think. If i listened to 85% of what people thought was good music Id be bumpin Nelly and Ja Rule. Dont get me wrong I love dope albums(and old classics are dope albums too arent they?) but dope albums come out all the time, Xzibit has alot of talent but he seems to throw it away and he could make more than dope albums. Restless was dope. I want something more than dope from Xzibit. And if you're wondering whats above dope for me its an album that made me go wow. Restless made me knod my head but beats dont make classics.
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« Reply #13 on: August 12, 2002, 05:15:03 PM »
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Loose your mind was cool. Multiply was boaring. And i dont even care a tiny bit what other people think. If i listened to 85% of what people thought was good music Id be bumpin Nelly and Ja Rule. Dont get me wrong I love dope albums(and old classics are dope albums too arent they?) but dope albums come out all the time, Xzibit has alot of talent but he seems to throw it away and he could make more than dope albums. Restless was dope. I want something more than dope from Xzibit. And if you're wondering whats above dope for me its an album that made me go wow. Restless made me knod my head but beats dont make classics.



yea, Restless was dope, but some of the beats were boo-boo, and some of the guests were misplaced.
Quik, Soopa & Battlecat didn't make good contributions to the album.
I'll bet you 100 that this album will be better.
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Re: Xzbit man vs machine tracklist
« Reply #14 on: August 12, 2002, 05:18:59 PM »
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yea, Restless was dope, but some of the beats were boo-boo, and some of the guests were misplaced.
Quik, Soopa & Battlecat didn't make good contributions to the album.
I'll bet you 100 that this album will be better.


I know itll be better just not classic. And whats wrong with the Quik track. That song was one of the only ones that acctully had a concept to it. Most of the others were Xzibit rapping about basicly nothing.
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