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Until the End of Time is the fourth studio album by German synth-pop band the Twins, released in June 1985 by Hansa International. Despite the success of their previous album A Wild Romance, Until the End of Time failed to chart. However, the album contained the single "Love in the Dark" which peaked at No. 55 on the German singles chart. Side one. "I Fell for You" – 4:36. The Game of Chance" – 3:50. In My Broken Dream" – 3:56. Until the End of Time" – 4:59.
Until the End of Time is the eighth studio album, third posthumous album by rapper 2Pac which is certified 4x platinum by RIAA. It follows his previous posthumous albums R U Still Down? (Remember Me) and Still I Rise. The album consists of material recorded while the rapper was on Death Row Records toward the later end of 1996. A majority of the music compositions were remixed from their original state
2Pac’s seventh overall album and third posthumous album, Until the End of Time, was another double album released on March 27, 2001. The album debuted at on the Billboard 200 and went on to be certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA. The songs were recorded during the All Eyez On Me and Makaveli sessions but remixed for this release. The title track was released as a single and featured . from the R&B group Next on the chorus. Until the End of Time Q&A. I heard that this album was the best-selling Hip Hop album of 2001. Is it true? That is correct.
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The fourth album released in the wake of 2Pac's 1996 death, Until the End of Time certainly offers plenty of music, two discs' worth to be precise, yet doesn't offer too many highlights besides the chilling title track. As with many of 2Pac's posthumous recordings, the songs here seem overdone, too often dressed up with layers upon layers of production, choruses of background vocals, and a seemingly endless parade of guests. All of this over-production obscures 2Pac's performances, which somehow remain remarkable no matter how deep into the vault Afeni Shakur and Suge.