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8/2/2004 2:52:06 PM
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Suge Knight's Death Row Records has decided to move up the release date of "Live," the brand new live album by legendary artist Tupac, to Friday, August 6th. The new album was initially scheduled for release on Tuesday, August 10th, but to avoid continued massive bootlegging, the company has decided to release the record this Friday.
"Live" marks the first time that some of Pac's most celebrated songs have been gathered on a single live disc. The material was recorded live in 1996. The deluxe slip-case package also features extensive liner notes.
Beginning with his debut album, "2Pacalypse," and his star-making performance in the feature film "Juice," Tupac quickly became a controversial, high-profile super-star.
His albums, "Me Against the World" and "All Eyes On Me" -- the first double-disc of original material in hip hop history -- cemented Tupac as one of the biggest forces in hip hop.
Since his tragic death in 1996, fans can't seem to get enough of Tupac. His posthumous releases have sold in the millions.
The confirmed track listing for 2Pac "Live" will be as follows:
1. Live Medley
3. Ambitionz Az A Ridah
4. So Many Tears
6. Hit Em Up
7. Tattoo Tears
8. Heartz of Men
9. All About You
10. Never Call You B**** Again
11. How Do You Want It
12. 2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted
13. California Love
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