|DISC 1: BOOK ONE:|
|1||Ambitionz Az a Ridah|
|2||All Bout U|
|3||Skandalouz - (featuring Nate Dogg)|
|4||Got My Mind Made Up - (featuring Dat Nigga Daz/Method Man)|
|5||How Do U Want It - (featuring Jo Jo)|
|6||2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted - (featuring Snoop Dogg)|
|7||No More Pain|
|8||Heartz of Men|
|9||Life Goes On|
|10||Only God Can Judge Me - (featuring Rappin' 4-Tay)|
|11||Tradin War Stories - (featuring Outlawz)|
|12||California Love [RMX] - (Remix, remix)|
|13||I Ain't Mad at Cha - (featuring Danny Boy)|
|14||What'z Ya Phone Number|
|DISC 2: BOOK TWO:|
|1||Can't C Me|
|2||Shorty Wanna Be a Thug|
|3||Holla at Me|
|4||Wonda Why They Call U Bytch|
|5||When We Ride - (featuring OutLaw ImmortaLz/Outlawz)|
|7||Picture Me Rollin' - (featuring Danny Boy/Big Syke)|
|8||Check Out Time - (featuring Kurupt)|
|9||Ratha Be Ya Nigga|
|10||All Eyez on Me|
|11||Run Tha Streetz|
|12||Ain't Hard 2 Find|
|13||Heaven Ain't Hard 2 Find|
Featured Artists: Puff Johnson and Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound and George Clinton and Dr. Dre and Method Man and Redman and C-Bo and Michel'le and Roger Troutman and E-40 and Dat Nigga Daz and Jo Jo and Rappin' 4-Tay and The Outlawz and Danny Boy and OutLaw ImmortaLz and Big Syke and KuruptGenre: R&B
- Genre: Rap, Hip-Hop
- Release Date: March 2005
- Label: Death Row (USA)
- Rating: Parental Advisory (this format contains explicit lyrics).
- Format: CD
- Number of Discs: 2
- Audio Format: Stereo
Rolling Stone (4/4/96, p.60) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...Even as garden-variety thug, 2Pac shows more skill than most. He deserves to have all eyes--and ears--on him."
Spin (5/96, p.106) - 7 (out of 10) - "...As long as you don't expect philanthropy from him, you'll find honesty and some pleasurably twisted scenarios..."
Entertainment Weekly (12/27/96-1/3/97, p.146) - Ranked #3 on Entertainment Weekly's list of the `Top 10 Albums And Singles Of 1996.'
Entertainment Weekly (3/8/96, p.64) - "...On ALL EYEZ ON ME, 2Pac is clearly thrilled to host his own bustin'-out party. But even on this booty-shaking album, he's watching his back throughout the entire bash."
Q (12/99, p.90) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."
Q (7/01, p.130) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...One of the few occasions where 2Pac's music matches his kinetic personality....he really was the peerless embodiment of gangsta rap, a strutting provocateur staking out turf, calling out enemies and consoling peers..."
Musician (6/96, p.90) - "...gangsta rappers pretty much share the values of their Republican detractors: the emphasis on making money, the righteousness of bearing arms, the wonderfulness of consumption, respect for hierarchy and loyalty to one's own as overriding principles..."
Rap Pages (5/96, p.30) - 7 (out of 10) - "...Backed by `everything we push goes platinum' Death Row Records and a new crew of comrades...the lyrical Jesse James is back to expound on his lengthy dogmas within the infrastructure of his music....[T]his album conveys sudden gleams of brilliance and thick and chunky hits, radio-friendly or not..."
NME (Magazine) (3/2/96, p.47) - 9 (out of 10) - "...ALL EYEZ is his angry, end-of-tether, couldn't-give-a-shit meditation....an immense spewing of indignation and provocation, set to a brilliantly varied range of G-funk grooves....Tupac blasts out his non-PC opinions...with a competition-eliminating relentlessness..."
Pitchfork (Website) - "Pac's writing is inherently and inescapably political, and his feelings about prison, about race, and about America permeate nearly every verse."