The Black Eyed Peas* ‎– The E.N.D

Interscope Records ‎– B0012887-02
CD, Album

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1 Boom Boom Pow
Co-producer – Jean Baptiste (2), Poet Name LifeProducer – Will I AmWritten-By – Apl. De Ap, Fergie (2), Taboo (9), Will I Am
2 Rock That Body
Co-producer – Funkagenda, Mark KnightGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Hal RitsonKeyboards – Adam Walder, Mark KnightProducer – David Guetta
3 Meet Me Halfway
Bass [Synth Bass] – Printz BoardGuitar – George Pajon Jr., Tim "Izo" OrindgreffKeyboards, Synthesizer, Bass Guitar, Drum Programming – Keith Harris
4 Imma Be 4:16
5 I Gotta Feeling
Co-producer – Frederick Riesterer*Mixed By – Dylan "3D" Dresdow*Producer – David GuettaSynthesizer –*
6 Alive 5:03
7 Missing You
Producer – Printz Board
8 Ring-A-Ling 4:33
9 Party All The Time 4:44
10 Out Of My Head
Producer – Printz Board
11 Electric City 4:08
12 Showdown 4:27
13 Now Generation 4:06
14 One Tribe 4:41
15 Rockin To The Beat 3:45

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Includes 24 pages boklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02527 03604 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602527036045
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-231277 L4 1B 04
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L424
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 72014

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
602527104096(83) The Black Eyed Peas* The E.N.D(CD, Album) Interscope Records 602527104096(83) Hungary 2009 Sell This Version
STARCD 7363 The Black Eyed Peas* The E.N.D(CD, Album) Interscope Records STARCD 7363 South Africa 2009 Sell This Version
60252708142 The Black Eyed Peas* The E.N.D(CD, Album) Interscope Records 60252708142 Brazil 2009 Sell This Version
0602527081427 The Black Eyed Peas* The E.N.D(CD, Album, Unofficial) Interscope Records (2) 0602527081427 Europe 2009 Sell This Version
B0012887-02 The Black Eyed Peas* The E.N.D(CD, Album) Interscope Records B0012887-02 US 2009 Sell This Version



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September 10, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
I know it's long, but bare with me.

I'm in love with music. I've listened to tens of thousands of songs. And as an avid listener of music ranging from the deepest darkest corners of electronic music, to all styles of rock, pop, reggae, classical etc., I can honestly say that this album is quite inventive and musically rich (not so much lyrically, but they're still catchy). Yeah yeah, it's got those weird and stupid sounding commercial pop effects, but it's not that hard to look past all that crap. Now like so many other people I HATED this album when it came out, and it took me a good four years and plenty of listens to really get this album in all of it's glory. I think this album gets a bit of it's hate for being another victim of the radios totally over-killing this on the waves, and since it's very different from anything else, and also it having that ever-so-hated Dance/Pop sound, it gave a lot of people (including me) a headache.

So for reals, if you cannot like this over a course of four years and having listened to it a few times over those years, then maybe you just need a bit more time or it's just simply not YOUR thing. Just because you or your friends don't like it, it doesn't mean that it's not good. I can guarantee you that The E.N.D will be looked at as a milestone in the evolution of music many years from now... Haha, okay, maybe it's not great enough to be remembered like that, but it's still notable enough for being a more than solid Dance/Pop album. Even with all this though, you still might not be able to help but skip a few tracks (I always skip "Boom Boom Pow", good gracious that song's annoying). Oh, and don't be scared away from the very bad rating, if you look at the details most of the one stars are from the same people spamming a low rating over and over. The E.N.D is at least 3.75 out of 5.00