The E•N•D

~ Release group by The Black Eyed Peas


Release Format Tracks Date Country Label Catalog# Barcode
The E•N•D CD 17 Interscope Records UICS-9098 4988005535214
The E•N•D Digital Media 16 Interscope Records 602527108384
The E•N•D CD 15 Interscope Records 0602527079691 602527079691
The E•N•D 2×CD 15 + 10 Interscope Records 602527079691
The E•N•D CD 16 Interscope Records 0602527081427 602527081427
The E•N•D CD 16 Interscope Records 2708142 602527081427
The E•N•D 2×CD 15 + 10 Interscope Records 0602527079691 602527079691
The E•N•D CD 15 Interscope Records B0012887-02 602527036045
The E•N•D (Target edition) 2×CD 15 + 10 Interscope Records B0012907-72 602527036090
The E•N•D 2×CD 15 + 12 Interscope Records 0602527267647 602527267647


associated singles/EPs: Boom Boom Pow
I Gotta Feeling
Imma Be
Meet Me Halfway
Rock That Body
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Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D

Since the last Black Eyed Peas album four years ago, Fergie's surprised us all by becoming one of the world's most popular solo stars. Despite penning most of her album, had no such success with his own record, even if he managed to woo the UK by taking Queen Cheryl of Cole under his arm on Heartbreaker.

Now the pair are back with fellow BEP comrades Taboo and for their fifth studio album. While Monkey Business was a fun party album, The E.N.D steps it up a gear and through the power of the mighty vocoder transforms the Peas into in your fave dancefloor creatures.

The dramatic Boom Boom Pow lays out the album's intentions perfectly and with its "You're so two thousand and LATE" snap gives us a brand new insult to throw out there. I Gotta Feeling quakes with the familiar sound of it's producer David Guetta and fellow anthems Missing You and Rock That Body continue pummelling us with wild basslines and vocal snarling.

When it's time to take a breath of fresh air from the all-night rave, Meet Me Halfway is there to show you what BEP doing a Coldplay song would sound like. Answer: very good. Fergie regains some of the softness she explored on Big Girls Don't Cry on gorgeous love song Alive, but you're advised to give her attempt at a Jamaican accent on the instantly skippable Electric City a miss.

Daring and constantly innovative, the Black Eyed Peas have taken the techno/RnB door opened by Kanye West and flung it open wide.