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    The 7 Day Theory

    2Pac - The 7 Day Theory

    1996 | Koch Records 

    • CD

      $15.99

      7 DAY THEORY

      05/22/2001

    • LP

      $17.99

      7 DAY THEORY

      05/22/2001

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    All Music Guide Review

    Released only eight weeks after Tupac Shakur died from gunshot wounds, Death Row released this posthumous album, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, under the name of Makaveli, a pseudonym derived from the Italian politician Niccolo Machiavelli, who faked his own death and reappeared seven days later to take revenge on his enemies. Naturally, the appearance of Don Killuminati so shortly after Tupac's death led many conspiracy theorists to surmise the rapper was still alive, but it was all part of a calculated marketing strategy by Death Row. All Eyez on Me proved that Tupac was continuing to grow as a musician and a human being, but Don Killuminati doesn't improve upon that image; instead it concentrates on G-funk beats and East Coast/West Coast rivalries. If Tupac had survived to complete Don Killuminati, it is likely that the record would have been even better. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

    The 7 Day Theory Track Listing

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  • E.D.I.
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  • Outlawz
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  • Makaveli
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  • Makaveli
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  • Krazy
  • Makaveli
  • 5:15
  • Sound Clip for Krazy from The 7 Day Theory

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  • Tyrone Wrice
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  • Credits of The 7 Day Theory

    • Simon
    • Executive Producer


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