DMX : And Then There Was X
Excellent condition and playability.
All the barking and growling in the world could not detract from the fact that DMX is a troubled, tormented soul. On And Then There Was X, the multiplatinum-selling Dark Man X uses his signature fragmented flow with its singsongy vocal inflections to preach, teach, and reveal. Melodramatic storytelling has always been his shtick, whether it's tales of robbing liquor stores, plotting violent murders, or teaching shorties the code of the streets. X's inner conflicts are laid out on "Angel," a dialogue between himself and his Lord, and his ability to acknowledge different perspectives of a situation (i.e., repercussions) on several songs add depth to his character. The anthemlike "What's My Name," with its affirmations "I have no friends" and "I'm not a nice person," proves that money, fame, and popularity do not translate into happiness for DMX. --Celine Wong
1. [0:36] The Kennel (Skit) [Explicit]
2. [4:20] One More Road To Cross [Explicit]
3. [3:35] The Professional [Explicit]
4. [3:37] Fame [Explicit]
5. [0:39] A Lot To Learn (Skit) [Explicit]
6. [3:52] Here We Go Again [Explicit]
7. [4:28] Party Up [Explicit]
8. [3:33] Make A Move [Explicit]
9. [4:13] What These Bitches Want [feat. Sisqo] [Explicit]
10. [3:52] What's My Name [Explicit]
11. [3:42] More 2 A Song [Explicit]
12. [3:48] Don't You Ever [Explicit]
13. [0:35] The Shakedown (Skit) [Explicit]
14. [4:21] D-X-L (Hard White) [feat. Drag-On] [Explicit]
15. [4:00] Comin' For Ya [Explicit]
16. [1:59] Prayer III [Explicit]
17. [5:05] Angel (Featuring Regina Bell) [feat. Regina Bell] [Explicit]
18. [3:53] Good Girls, Bad Guys [feat. Dyme] [Explicit]
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