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    Default 2Pac - Euthanasia Breakdown (2012)

    01 Intro
    Not included

    02 Ride on 'em (featuring Outlaw Immortalz)
    This could have turned into the All Eyez on Me hit "When We Ride"
    although some think that it turned into the track "Initiated aka Thug Pound"
    with Tha Dogg Pound, but no solid proof for either.

    03 When I Get Free
    The name of this song was the 2nd working name for this album,
    written on a alternate tracklist 2Pac himself wrote on some hotel page
    with tracks already done with the real features on it.
    A Johnny J cut from the album, it ended up being released on "R U Still Down?"
    with 2 versions on the album.

    04 Life Goez On
    Made the final cut of the album, Pac going solo with a Johnny J production,
    a 1996 tribute to his deceased friend "Kato" who passed away during his Thug Life
    era, is now one of 2Pac's most popular songs around the world.

    05 Secretz of War
    Was a cut from the album, although there's a few versions around, 2 versions
    with the Outlawz and Pac doing a first take, and then a Rulez version leaked with a
    new 2Pac verse, a Kurupt verse, and alternate Outlaw verses.
    Was remixed on Still I Rise, and re-released on "Ressurection".

    06 Wonda why they call u Bitch
    This made the final cut, but two versions were recorded for the album with
    Biggie's then wife "Faith Evans" singing the chorus on the OG version which was recorded in
    1995, but was replaced by Death Row's Michel'e on the album version.
    Pac took the song with him from the Thug Life-MATW era to Death Row, with a previous
    OG being leaked to the net.

    07 Skandalouz
    A Daz production, recording with Nate Dogg instead of Jodeci, made the released album
    more of a slept-on 2Pac hit than most, with funky production on Arnaud's part there.

    08 Only God can Judge Me
    On this tracklist, it has no features, but when it made the cut of the album,
    it featured Bay Area artist Rappin' 4 Tay, on some funky production.
    2Pac's verses here are very well known and are pointed to some theories on
    discussion in the community, make this a winner on views on YouTube.

    09 Da Struggle Continues

    There were 2 versions recorded, one with OFTB, and the other presumably re-recorded for
    One Nation, a CDQ version recently leaked in the September Batch, with a update
    from the previous AEOM DAT versions.
    Didn't make the cut

    10 Till I C L.A.
    This is infamous around the Tupac scene, with a lot of fans hoping there's
    a secret recording of this lurking in the vaults somewhere, but evidence
    presumably guides us in the other direction, with our Co-admin Shiva asking
    one of the ex-Outlaws "Kastro" about this, and he answered saying the plan turned
    out to be "To Live and Die in L.A." on the Makaveli album.

    11 Enemiez with Me
    This originally was a Thug Life-MATW cut If I'm correct, and was brought to Death Row
    by Pac intending to re-record this and make it a AEOM banger, sadly it didn't make it at all
    and was in the vaults for a whole number of years, some version is still unleaked.

    12 The Heartz of Men
    The title "Heartz of Men" made the final cut and then went on to feature on 1998's
    "Greatest Hits" being the last track on Disc 2.
    With a funky DJ Quik production, Pac uses his rhyming skills throughout the whole song
    with a comedy-style hook to top it off. Class act

    13 Suka 4 Love
    A Troublesome-Strictly cut with the OG being recorded with G-Money, anyones guess is
    that Pac brought this record with him to Death Row with ambitions to re-record it for his
    album, but as far as we know, he never got that far, and remains a hopeful on the tracklist.
    Released as "Do for Love" in 1997 featuring Blackstreet, it is now one of 2Pac's most famous songs
    in a cartoon music video.

    14 Someday Soon (Outro)

    Not included

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    isnt All eyes on my Euthanasia? He changed it to All Eyes On Me last minute i believe

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    remember this from the resurrection book?

    http://cdn.hiphopdx.com/images/news/...5NPAC_450b.jpg

    how much of the tracklist is real? im wondering if these were ever made:

    if u want me 2 stay - prod by shock g
    n da morning ft r kelly
    5 levelz of tha game - prod by 187

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    I dont think that songs were ever made, pac could never record with R Kelly
    Maybe If U want me 2 Stay was produced, although its difficult to know this
    No doubt, ya know what time it is!!!

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    thanx for this man
    MY YouTube Channel


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    "if u want me 2 stay - prod by shock g
    n da morning ft r kelly
    5 levelz of tha game - prod by 187"

    I do not believe any of the songs were produced or were recorded during the time period as they were written after it was finalised while he was in jail that he was going to sign to DR and have the 3 album deal that they agreed.
    Speaking on the R.Kelly collab, the album Best of Both Worlds was planned between 2Pac and Kells for a long time during 96', but dates and commitments got between them both and it didn't work out.
    Shock G never produced any songs for Pac during the DR era, as the sound of Digital Underground was way behind him at that time as he was working with new producers such as QDIII, Hurt M Badd and of course Johnny J until June 1996.
    But they met up in 1996 as one of the member's here has a quote of Shock when he described the last time he saw Pac and there is photographic evidence to prove this.

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    Unfortunately, we'll never know Pac's true intentions with all this music he recorded. We only have a rough idea.

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    An R Kelly Tupac record would of been dope. Damn Pac as great as he was, had so much more to give, and further to go. Just amazing getting to look at his notes and ideas for music on paper.

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    There are 3 versions of When I Get Free, 2 of the Interscope versions were released on R U Still Down? (Remember Me). The 3rd one is the Deathrow Johnny J produced version intended for When I Get Free/Euthanasia/All Eyez On Me which didn't make the final product. It got remixed & released on Until The End Of Time.

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