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8 thoughts on “ One More Road To Cross - DMX - ...And Then There Was X (CD, Album)

  1. AND THEN THERE WAS X was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album and "Party Up" was nominated for Best Rap Solo Performance. Personnel includes: DMX, Regina Bell, Dyme, Sisqo, The Lox, Drag-On/5().
  2. Label: Def Jam - ,Ruff Ryders - ,B.A.R. Entertainment Management Inc. - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Thug Rap/5(47).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of And Then There Was X on Discogs. Label: Ruff Ryders - P2 ,Def Jam Recordings - P2 • Series: Def Jam • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Hip .
  4. Artist: Dmx - Title: and Then There Was X - Format: CD - Label: Virgin Emi - Release Date: 22/12/ - Catalogue Number One More Road To Cross. The Professional. Fame. Alot To Learn (Skit) Here We Go Again. this is another great album from the legend that is dmx with some good songs different to his other albums but then they are Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. And Then There Was X is the third album by American rapper DMX, released December 21, on Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings.. Although not credited as his best work, the.
  6. Track 18 is a bonus track. Made in the EU. This is an European release made by Universal M&L in Germany. This cd has black CD artwork and the same catalognumber as another European release that was made by EDC in Germany. There is also an European release with identical catalognumber, but with white CD /5(53).
  7. DMX's third studio album turned the fire that his previous two albums lit, into an absolute wild fire. In my opinion, one of the best rap album's ever created, And There Was X was his (not only his best album, but one of the most purchased rap albums in history) best studio album to date/5().
  8. Though it's DMX's third album in two years, And Then There Was X doesn't show much sign of burnout. True, it's similar to his last, which balanced new-school gangsta tracks ("The Professional," "Make a Move") with a couple that question the inevitable trappings that come with success ("Fame," "One More Road to Cross").

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