2Pac – R U Still Down? [Remember Me] [Official Album], November 25, 1997

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2Pac – R U Still Down? [Remember Me]

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Disc One
1. Redemption (Intro)
2. Open Fire
3. R U Still Down? (Remember Me)
4. Hellrazor
5. Thug Style
6. Where Do We Go From Here (Interlude)
7. I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto
8. Nothing To Lose
9. I’m Gettin’ Money
10. Lie To Kick It
11. Fuck All Y’all
12. Let Them Thangs Go
13. Definition Of A Thug Nigga

Disc Two
1. Ready 4 Whatever
2. When I Get Free
3. Hold On Be Strong
4. I’m Losin’ It
5. Fake Ass Bitches
6. Do For Love
7. Enemies With Me
8. Nothin’ But Love
9. 16 On Death Row
10. I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto (Hip-Hop Version)
11. When I Get Free II
12. Black Starry Night (Interlude)
13. Only Fear Of Death

Released : November 25, 1997 Amaru Entertainment, Jive Records, Interscope Records
Certified : Gold – December 15, 1997; Platinum – December 15, 1997, 4x Platinum – December 15, 1997
Recorded : 1992–1994
Formats : CD, Cassette
Length : 102:40 min
Producer : Afeni Shakur (exec.), Lisa Smith-Putnam (exec.), Tony Pizarro, Akshun, Choo, Def Jef, DJ Daryl, Warren G, Khalid A. Hafiz, Johnny “J”, Laylaw, Live Squad, Levant Marcus, Michael Mosley, QDIII, Quimmy Quim, Chris Rosser, Conrad Rosser, Ricky Rouse, Soulshock & Karlin, 2Pac

Singles :

 I Wonder If Heaven Got a Ghetto” – Released: August 26, 1997
Do for Love” – Released: February 24, 1998

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Review : 

As more of the original songs are leaked, it has become evident that many of the album’s tracks were true to the originals, simply mastering and perfecting the original instrumentals and vocals. Songs like: “Hold On Be Strong”, “Nothin’ But Love”, “Nothing To Lose”, “Only Fear Of Death”, “When I Get Free II”, “Open Fire” are true to the originals. Those with fundamentally similar compositions include “Lie 2 Kick It”, “I’m Gettin’ Money” and “Thug Style”. Tracks with completely new instrumentation include “Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto”, “Hellrazor” and “Enemies With Me”.

Definition of a Thug Nigga” also appears on the soundtrack of the 1993 film, Poetic Justice.

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