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The College Dropout 2004 Album

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1h 16m 13s
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Release Dates
2004-02-10
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The College Dropout is the debut studio album by American rapper and producer Kanye West. It was released on February 10, 2004, by Def Jam Recordings and Roc-A-Fella Records.
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1. Intro 19s
2. We Don't Care 3m 59s
3. Graduation Day 1m 22s
4. All Falls Down 3m 43s
5. I'll Fly Away 1m 9s
6. Spaceship 5m 24s
7. Jesus Walks 3m 13s
8. Never Let Me Down 5m 24s
9. Get Em High 4m 49s
10. Workout Plan 46s
11. The New Workout Plan 5m 22s
12. Slow Jamz 5m 16s
13. Breathe In Breathe Out 4m 6s
14. School Spirit Skit 1 1m 18s
15. School Spirit 3m 2s
16. School Spirit Skit 2 43s
17. Lil Jimmy Skit 53s
18. Two Words 4m 26s
19. Through The Wire 3m 41s
20. Family Business 4m 38s
21. Last Call 12m 40s

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I remember hearing 'Jesus Walks' on a music video show one weekend and I was immediate hooked. I also recall spending some time on the net afterwards looking for it to listen to it again. While Kanye didn't/doesn't have the best voice or rapping talent, the church/choir influenced production is brilliant which I've always loved and I ended up purchasing the album. Once past the annoying intro and other skits throughout the album, (my advice to anyone who hasn't heard this album would be to delete the skits out of your playlist), you are mostly left with a mix of thirteen great tracks. The skits criticize college, which is fine, but I don't think they are that engaging for repeated listens. The couple of exceptions, and the tracks I'm not infatuated with are, 'The New Workout Plan' which drags on, and the massive hit 'Slow Jamz' which I never got the great deal with. Another Twista hit, 'DJ Play a Love Song' is a better song. Apart from those, everything is pretty-pretty good. It's one of those albums I've been torn between a 4 and a 4.5 out of 5, and have maybe leaned toward the four at times as Kanye ain't a great rapper, but given the amount of brilliant tracks, which most albums would be happy to contain one of them, it gets a 4.5/5. And they DCFS, some of 'em dyslexic / They favourite 50 Cent song '12 Questions' :) Best Tracks: We Don't Care, Jesus Walks, Never Let Me Down, Two Words, Through the Wire, Family Business
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