Doctor's Advocate [PA] by The Game (Rap) (CD, Nov-2006, Geffen)
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About this product
- Artist:The Game (Rap)
- Release Year:2006
- Record Label:Geffen
- Playing Time:73 min.
- Contributing Artists:Kanye West,Snoop Dogg,Busta Rhymes,Nate Dogg,Jamie Foxx,Will.I.Am,Nas,Junior Reid,Xzibit,Kurupt,Dion,Swizz Beatz,Daz,Shorty,Marsha
- Producer:Kanye West,Will.I.Am,Hi-Tek,Swizz Beatz,Just Blaze,Scott Storch,D-Roc,Jellyroll,Andrew VanMeter,Mr. Porter,J.R. Rotem,Mike Chav,Ervin "EP" Pope
- Distributor:Universal Distribution
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:n/a
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- jaay299Feb 22, 2013by
This is a great CD. Lots of good songs with really good beats and lyrics if your into that type of thing. The beats also bump well in a system. In my opinion def The Games best CD so far.. Can't wait to see what else he comes out with because this CD set the bar pretty high.
- musicgangsta337Nov 21, 2006by
The Game - Doctor's Advocate [PA]2006
Doctor's Advocate is a 2006 album by West Coast rapper The Game released November 14. Doctor's Advocate is The Game's sophomore album and is a reference to rap pioneer Dr. Dre who essentially "found" The Game, according to The Game himself. The album has many of the same producers that his first album did, including Kanye West and Just Blaze. In contrast to his debut, this album features no production from Aftermath CEO and famed hip-hop producer Dr. Dre, although longtime Dre collaborator Scott Storch produced two songs on the album.
The album was originally intended by The Game to be released on June 6, 2006. It had been delayed several times for further work. Since then, The Game has switched from his former label, Aftermath Entertainment to Geffen Records in order to eliminate his contractual obligations to 50 Cent's G-Unit Records, although the label is still under the Interscope Records distribution label. The Doctor's Advocate had no input from Dr. Dre because The Game did not want rappers with whom he had beef with saying that the success of the album was only due to Dre's involvement. The Game addresses the situation on the album's title track, "Doctor's Advocate". fransisco monteil is gay n likes megan wolf who is sitting in back of edgar.
# Title Producer(s) Guest Performer(s) Time
1 "Lookin At You" Ervin "EP" Pope 3:37
2 "Da Shit" DJ Khalil 5:23
3 "It's Okay (One Blood)" Reefa & D Roc Junior Reid 4:17
4 "Compton" will.i.am will.i.am Of Black Eyed Peas 4:41
5 "Remedy" Just Blaze 2:57
6 "Let's Ride" Scott Storch 3:57
7 "Too Much" Scott Storch Nate Dogg 4:11
8 "Wouldn't Get Far" Kanye West Kanye West 4:11
9 "Scream On Em" Swizz Beatz Swizz Beatz 4:20
10 "One Night" Nottz Andrea Martin 4:27
11 "Doctor's Advocate" Jonathan "J.R." Rotem Busta Rhymes & Shorty 5:03
12 "Ol' English" Hi Tek Dion 4:44
13 "California Vacation" Jonathan "J.R." Rotem Snoop Dogg & Xzibit 4:29
14 "Bang" Jelly Roll Daz & Kurupt 3:37
15 "Around the World" Mr. Porter Jamie Foxx 4:02
16 "Why You Hate the Game" Just Blaze Nas, Marsha Of Floetry 9:22
17 "Bonus Track: I'm Chillin Cool & Dre Dre & Fergie Of Black Eyed Peas 4:32
This cd has 2 covers to pick fromRead full review
- m4dch3mistMar 25, 2007by
All The Haters Can Go Suc.....
Why do the other two talk bad about the album, but they dont say whats wrong with it?
If your a fan of Gangsta Rap, Or Westcoast Rap, You'll love THE D.A.
Game shines on this CD more than ever and With the help of Nas, Kurupt & Daz, Kanye West, Nate Dogg, Snoop, Xzibit, WHO NEEDS 50 SNITCH oops i meant cent
As far as Production Goes, will people stop crying that Dr. Dre didnt make it, so it HAS to be whack, He NEEDS dre. C'mon, Dr Dre is good but he isnt the best and he isnt the only good producer. The Beats on this album are just as good if not better then his first. Production from Scott Storch, Swiss Beatz, Just Blaze, Jelly Roll, and Hi-Tek all kill it.
As far as rapping, The Game has improved 100% at his flow, Delivery, and Lyrics. A REAL HIP HOP FAN WILL CARE ABOUT ACTUAL LYRICS, NOT IF 50 CENTS ON THE ALBUM OR IF DR DRE MADE THE BEATS. and if you care about guest features or who made the beat more than you care about the actual RAPPING then go listen to 50 Cent, Because you dont deserve to call yourself a real hip hop fan.
In the end Game comes back to a raw, NWA type of sound on alot of the songs, and i think that it works for him, if you think the documetary was good, or you like westcoast, Gangster rap, then buy this album. 10x better than the first and it hasnt even gone platinum yet, what a shame. Its terrible how real talented artists get slept on so muchRead full review
- umfan4life7May 07, 2007by
Personally, I'm a huge fan of The Game. So when this CD came out, of course I had to have it. First listen was kinda rough and I wasn't very impressed. But once you get to your 2nd and 3rd listens, you really begin to appreciate the talent put forth here. This was not nearly as mainstream as The Documentary was. Rather, it takes you back to the good ole NWA days.
I loved this album as a whole and I'd recommend it to anyone who is a true fan of real hip hop.
- a.ortega89-2008Feb 23, 2010by
The game is on fire. This cd is dope. From beginning to end. Everyone should have this cd no matter what music your into. This cd is a must. Good shit game