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Shock Value II


Download links and information about Shock Value II by Timbaland. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:13:05 minutes.

Artist: Timbaland
Release date: 2009
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:13:05
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (By DJ Felli Fel) 0:48
2. Carry Out (feat. Justin Timberlake) 3:52
3. Lose Control (feat. JoJo) 4:27
4. Meet In Tha Middle (feat. Bran' Nu) 4:00
5. Say Something (feat. Drake) 4:00
6. Tomorrow In the Bottle (feat. Chad Kroeger & Sebastian) 5:27
7. We Belong to the Music (feat. Miley Cyrus) 4:27
8. Morning After Dark (feat. Nelly Furtado & SoShy) 3:51
9. If We Ever Meet Again (feat. Katy Perry) 4:52
10. Can You Feel It (feat. Esthero & Sebastian) 4:44
11. Ease Off the Liquor 5:58
12. Undertow (feat. The Fray & Esthero) 4:21
13. Timothy Where You Been (feat. Jet) 4:50
14. Long Way Down (feat. Daughtry) 4:23
15. Marchin On (feat. OneRepublic) [Timbo Version] 4:11
16. The One I Love (feat. Keri Hilson & D.O.E.) 4:33
17. Symphony (feat. Attitude, Bran' Nu & D.O.E.) 4:21



The second volume of Timbaland’s landmark Shock Value is even more audacious than the original. While there are appearances from the mainstays of Timbaland’s clique (Nelly Furtado, Justin Timberlake, Keri Hilson), the majority of Shock Value II is devoted to collaborations with new protégés. “If We Ever Meet Agin” (with Katy Perry) and “We Belong to the Music (with Miley Cyrus) continue Tim’s primary interest, which is transforming unlikely partners with his dazzling and futuristic club beats. His songs with Daughtry and the Fray are solid, although those band’s individual styles seem to overtake Timbaland’s idiosyncratic concepts. The anthemic “Marchin On” (with OneRepublic) presents a more even match-up. As one might expect, the Timberlake and Furtado songs are the album’s strongest, although songs with JoJo (“Lose Control”) and R&B singer Brandy (who reinvents herself as Bran’ Nu for “Symphony” and “Meet In Tha Middle”) could earn those singers places on Tim’s regular roster. “Timothy Where You Been” interpolates Australian rock band Jet’s 2003 song “Timothy,” as Timbaland relives his recent successes and shouts out his famous friends.