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Format: CD
Sku: 208164312
UPC: 602517745292
UPC 14: 00602517745292
Release Date: 8/26/2008
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Intro ~ Game
2. LAX Files ~ Game
3. State of Emergency - (featuring Ice Cube) ~ Game
4. Bulletproof Diaries - (featuring Raekwon) ~ Game
5. My Life - (featuring Lil Wayne) ~ Game
6. Money ~ Game
7. Cali Sunshine - (featuring Bilal) ~ Game
8. Ya Heard - (featuring Ludacris) ~ Game
9. Hard Liquor (Interlude) ~ Game
10. House of Pain ~ Game
11. Gentleman's Affair - (featuring Ne-Yo) ~ Game
12. Let Us Live - (featuring Chrisette Michele) ~ Game
13. Touchdown - (featuring Raheem DeVaughn) ~ Game
14. Angel - (featuring Common) ~ Game
15. Never Can Say Goodbye - (featuring LaToiya Williams) ~ Game
16. Dope Boys - (featuring Travis Barker) ~ Game
17. Game's Pain - (featuring Keyshia Cole) ~ Game
18. Letter To the King - (featuring Nas) ~ Game
19. Outro ~ Game

"...The Game's routine is just as entertaining the third time around.  Entertainment Weekly
"Perhaps one of the telling strengths of LAX is that despite all star guest is very much The Game's album.
"With the Game's third and best album...we learn more about who the rapper really is: a guy who loves hip-hop, from top to bottom...  Slant Magazine

Professional Reviews

Urb 9 of 10
The Game loves hip-hop. The music fills him with joy and it overflows into his lyrics. Sure, it turns into some serious namedropping (almost always), but it's also the reason why he's three-for-three in the category of dope, dope records. And on LAX, even more than on The Documentary or Doctor's Advocate, The Game pairs that unabashed love with swirling ideas and concepts that elevate the record to an easy contender for album of the year. Who else would bookend his album with spoken word from another MC?...The fact that DMX--in full-on prayer mode--is the MC makes this one of the best ideas in recent rap history. No hyperbole. It's no mistake that Dark Man X's character in Belly turned preacher and, on the intro and outro, his passionate pleas for protection, understanding and forgiveness are as genuine as they are powerful...perfectly setting the table for Jayceon Taylor's mission. That mission's climax happens near the end of LAX with "Never Can Say Goodbye." Game breaks down the last 24 hours in the celebrated lives of Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G. and Eazy-E over three verses whose execution lives up to the promise of the premise...The other guest-appearances hear Game adopting to his cameo's style, from the blatantly Wu-Tang title of the Raekwon assisted "Bulletproof Diaries" or the Kanye-produced and Common-blessed "Angel," but even on cuts like these Game is still the Game. There's no hiding a face tattoo that began as tear drop and turned to a butterfly before metamorphosizing into a symbol of hometown pride. The visibility of his quick impulses, from the face tattoos to the near-tears title track of Doctor's Advocate, reveal a vulnerability unlike any other rapper today. Game is willing to let it bleed openly. He's got to...for his love of the game. - Brandon Perkins

Product Attributes

Product attributeArtist:   Game
Product attributeLabel:   Universal Music Group
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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