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Common Sense Media says

Some interesting music here, but NOT for kids.

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Teen, 17 years old Written byCSM Screen Name... April 9, 2008

Stop hatin...

Good dont gotta hate just cuz the underdogs on top..Just because you soccer moms cant handle it doesnt mean ur suburban kids should be shielded from the street life you gotst open up your kids to this truth
Teen, 14 years old Written bywazzup April 9, 2008

true gangsta rap

*this is the best cd. how we do, put you on the game, and westside story are the best songs. buy it*
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Teen, 13 years old Written bygloobalord555 April 9, 2008

Not to bad

The language is really the only thing to worry about, the only song{I know of} that includes sexual content is 'How we do'. And when I say apropriate for kids my age, I really ment in the middle.
Teen, 16 years old Written bybups April 9, 2008

West Coast Ressurection

The Documentary Was a great CD. It shows games lyrical quality and his gangsta personality. Some of games material is profane and violent but what is more important is the heart that is seen in some of the songs. Start from scratch and Like father like son show a side of game that how we do and westside story don't. Many great producers like just blaze and dr dre also help this album
Adult Written bygangbanga911 April 9, 2008

A must have for any mature teen or adult's music library

There is very strong language, not to mention almost constant violence. However if you can get past the explicit content it has some educational value when it comes to looking at real gang life in compton that some families are not aware of. There is mild commercialism and the sleeve has pictures of guns, not to mention strong language and pictures of The Game's fellow gangsters flicking off the camera.