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PostSubject: Best production...   Mon 04 Feb 2013, 4:13 am

List albums where they at least did more than a song, if not the majority, or all of them. Not just your favorite track by them.

For example, I think DJ Premier’s best production was Moment of Truth…

DJ Premier

Pete Rock

Dr. Dre

RZA

9th Wonder

Apollo Brown

Large Pro

Marley Marl

Bomb Squad

Organized Noize

Kanye West

Mannie Fresh

Erick Sermon

Stoupe

Buckwild

Timbaland

Warren G

Daz Dillinger

Rick Rubin

Neptunes

Ski Beatz

Jam Master Jay

DJ Muggs

Prince Paul

Havoc

DJ Quik

J Dilla

Hi-Tek

Da Beatminerz

Swizz Beatz

Ant Banks

Diamond D

Just Blaze

Alchemist

Madlib

The Beatnuts

Beats By The Pound (No Limit)

Mike Dean (Rap-A-Lot)

El-P

Kno

Statik Selektah

Pimp C







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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Mon 04 Feb 2013, 4:23 am

Add any other producers you want to. I just tried to list some all hip hop fans have heard at least something from
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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Mon 04 Feb 2013, 7:12 pm

DJ Premier - Jeru - The Sun Rises In The East (though Group Home's "Livin Proof" and M.O.P.'s "Firing Squad" are right there too)

Pete Rock - Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Mecca And The Soul Brother

Dr. Dre - NWA - Efil4zaggin

RZA - GZA - Liquid Swords

9th Wonder

Apollo Brown - The Left - Gas Mask

Large Pro - Breaking Atoms

Marley Marl - Lords Of The Underground - Here Come The Lords

Bomb Squad - Public Enemy - Apocalypse 91...(though I do really like the production on Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age too)

Organized Noize - Outkast - ATLiens

Kanye West

Mannie Fresh - Juvenile - 400 Degreez (though it's not saying much, since I've only heard this and the first Hot Boyz album)

Erick Sermon - Keith Murray - The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World (on any given day it's this or Whut? Thee Album)

Stoupe - JMT - Violent By Design

Buckwild - OC - Word....Life

Timbaland - Ginuwine - Ginuwine...The Bachelor

Warren G - Regulate...G Funk Era

Daz Dillinger - 2PAC - All Eyez On Me

Rick Rubin - Run DMC - Raising Hell

Neptunes

Ski Beatz - Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt

Jam Master Jay - Onyx - Bacdafucup

DJ Muggs - This one is tough. I'm going to go with Muggs vs. Planet Asia - Pain Language...though there's way too many that I love.

Prince Paul - A Prince Among Thieves

Havoc - Mobb Deep - The Infamous

DJ Quik - Safe + Sound

J Dilla - Pharcyde - Labcabincalifornia

Hi-Tek - Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star

Da Beatminerz - Smif-n-Wessun - Dah Shinin
Swizz Beatz

Ant Banks - The Big Badass or Get In Where Ya Fit In

Diamond D - Stunts Blunts & Hip-Hop

Just Blaze

Alchemist - Swollen Members - Balance...followed closely by Dilated Peoples - The Platform

Madlib - Madvillainy

The Beatnuts - Stone Crazy

Beats By The Pound (No Limit)

Mike Dean (Rap-A-Lot) - Geto Boys - The Resurrection, Bushwick Bill - Phantom of The Rapra, Menace Clan - Da Hood (all 3 had a similar production...at least from Mike Dean)

El-P - Mr. Lif - I Phantom

Kno - Oneirology

Statik Selektah - Reks - Grey Hairs

Pimp C

Ugh, it seems like that took forever.




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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Mon 04 Feb 2013, 9:25 pm

Dj Preemo- Group Home-Livin' Proof

Dr Dre--The Chronic

Rza--Liquid Swords

Madlib--Lord Quas

DJ Muggs-Cypress Hill-Black Sunday

El-P--ISWYD

Erc Sermon--Unfinished Business

Havoc--Infamous



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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Tue 05 Feb 2013, 1:32 am



DJ Premier - Livin Proof

Pete Rock - Mecca and the Soul Brother

Dr. Dre - efil4zaggiN

RZA - OBFCL

9th Wonder - Minstrel Show

Apollo Brown - Gas MAsk or Dice Game

Large Pro - Breaking Atoms

Marley Marl - Mama Said Knock You Out

Bomb Squad - It Takes a Nation of Millions

Organized Noize - this is real though but as a whole I'd go Soul Food

Kanye West - College Dropout

Mannie Fresh - Guerrilla Warfare

Erick Sermon - Whut Thee Album

Stoupe - Violent By Design

Buckwild - Word...Life

Timbaland - Deliverance (Bubba Sparxx)

Warren G - Regulate G Funk Era

Daz Dillinger - Dogg Food

Rick Rubin - Licensed to Ill

Neptunes - Lord Willin


DJ Muggs - III: Temples of Boom

Prince Paul -6 Feet Deep

Havoc - Hell on Earth

DJ Quik - Quik is the Name

J Dilla - Donuts or Labcabincalifornia

Hi-Tek - Train of Thought

Da Beatminerz - Dah Shinin


Ant Banks - Shorty the Pimp or Amerikkkaz Nightmare

Diamond D - Stunts, Blunts Hip Hop

Just Blaze - Blueprint or Philly Freeway

Alchemist - H.N.I.C. or Special Edition (Infamous Mobb) for his odler stuff, but his more recent sound definitely The Weatherman

Madlib - Madvillainy but some honorable mentions include Further Adventures of Lord Quas, Soundpieces, and stoney Jackson

The Beatnuts - Musical Massacre

Beats By The Pound (No Limit) - Tru 2 Da Game

Mike Dean (Rap-A-Lot) - The Diary

El-P - The Cold Vein

Kno - Will rap For Food is my favorite, Piece of Strange is technically better

Statik Selektah - Stick 2 the Script

Pimp C - Ridin Dirty





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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Tue 05 Feb 2013, 8:48 am


Preemo-Livin' Proof (EASILY), especially when you think of how horrible the lyrics were but most hip-hop heads have that one listed as an all-time classic or close to classic effort....it was strictly Preemo that did that baby bubba!

Pete Rock-Mecca And The Soul Brother

Marley Marl-Bizmarkie-Goin' Off and Big Daddy Kane-Long Live The Kane (tied)

9th Wonder-Buckshot and 9th-The Formula and Little Brother-Chitlin Circuit 1.5 (tied)

Bomb Squad-Public Enemy-It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back (changed the sampling game forever)

Rick Rubin-LL Cool J-Radio (drum programs, scratching, boom bap, Gritty NYC hip-hop)

Apollo Brown-Apollo Brown/O.C.-Trophies

Erick Sermon-EPMD-Strictly Business and Redman-Whut! Thee Album (tied)

Havoc-Mobb Deep-The Infamous and Mobb Deep-Hell On Earth (tied)

RZA-Raekwon-Only Built For Cuban Linx

Prince Paul-De La Soul-3 Feet High And Rising

Dilla-Donuts

Swizz Beatz-DMX-It's Dark And Hell Is Hot

Dr.Dre-Dr.Dre-The Chronic 2001 (this one contained his best package of beats to me, even better then the original Chronic IMO, although lyrically The Chronic along with it's production was the better overall album)

Timbaland-Missy Elliott-Supa Dupa Fly

The Neptunes-Kelis-Wanderland (I know it's not hip-hop but go and check out the beats/production that they gave her on that album, it's completely bananas man)


Kanye West-Kanye West-Late Registration and Common-Finding Forever (tied)

Da Beatminerz-Black Moon-Enta Da Stage

Organized Noise-Outkast-ATLiens

Diamond D-Stunts,Blunts And Hip-Hop







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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Tue 05 Feb 2013, 8:25 pm

Loving these picks so far. Nice to see different albums listed. True sign of a legendary producer when they have numerous fan favorites...

DJ Premier - Moment Of Truth...sometimes Livin' Proof...sometimes Hard To Earn

Pete Rock - The Main Ingredient

Dr. Dre - shiit....Doggystyle

RZA - Cuban Linx but fuck...anything from 93 - 97

9th Wonder - The Final Adventure with Murs....suprised me

Apollo Brown - Dice Game with Guilty

Large Pro - Illmatic...It aint hard to tell put it above Breaking Atoms

Marley Marl - Mama Said Knock You Out

Bomb Squad - It Takes A Nation but I really love Shut 'Em Down and Can't Truss It from Apocalypse '91

Organized Noize - ATLiens

Kanye West - College Dropout i suppose...been a long time since I heard it

Mannie Fresh - 400 Degreez easy for me

Erick Sermon - always loved the beats on Erick's Double Or Nothing LP....would get a different answer everyday though

Stoupe - Violent By Design every time

Buckwild - Word Life

Timbaland - Vol.3 from Jay-Z

Warren G - hmm Regulate just over the Twinz album and Take A Look Over Your Shoulder...underrated that one

Daz Dillinger - Dogg Food

Rick Rubin - Radio

Neptunes - Lord Willin from Clipse

Ski Beatz - Camp Lo's first one...i can't think of the name at the moment

Jam Master Jay - it's been too long, i can't remember

DJ Muggs - Temples Of Boom...amazing

Prince Paul - Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep...i'm pretty sure he did that, if not Buhloone Mind State

Havoc - Hell On Earth...only a few albums could beat out The Infamous

DJ Quik - Rhythm-Al-Ism...took already amazing production to another level with this one

J Dilla - Donuts.....is their a better hip hop instrumental album?

Hi-Tek - the first Reflection Eternal

Da Beatminerz - Dah Shinin'

Swizz Beatz - It's Dark And Hell Is Hot...i like that early ruff ryders stuff he did

Ant Banks - The Big Bad Ass

Diamond D - Stunts, Blunts & Hip Hop

Just Blaze - The Blueprint pretty easy for me

Alchemist - H.N.I.C.

Madlib - tie between Lootpack - Soundpieces and Madvillainy

The Beatnuts - Street Level/Self-Titled...probably a top 10 - 20 album for me

Beats By The Pound (No Limit) - Ghetto D Master P

Mike Dean (Rap-A-Lot) - My Homies from Scarface and Untouchable from Scarface...i love the sound of those two

El-P - The Cold Vein

Kno - Pieces Of Strange from Cunninlyguists

Statik Selektah - the first 1982 album

Pimp C - Ridin Dirty...i love that Big Mike "Havin Thangs' song though

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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Tue 12 Feb 2013, 4:09 pm

Dr. Dre-The Chronic

RZA - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Kanye West-The College Dropout

Buckwild-Nineteen Ninety Now (Haven't heard word life going to have to give that a listen)

Jam Master Jay-King of Rock

Mobb Deep-The Infamous

Madlib- Madvillainy

Large Pro - Illmatic

Kno- Piece of Strange (Will Rap for Food is my favorite album by them as a group but a Piece of Strange has his better production work by like 1.5%)

I'd like to add Mf Doom to this while he does team up with quite a few producers he has some of my favorite instrumentals, so for mf Doom it is

MF doom- Take Me to Your Leader
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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Fri 15 Feb 2013, 8:29 am

Mrmikeoxlong....def hear Word Life and Jewelz from OC. Two classics

I need to hear more Run DMC. I've only got the debut, Raising Hell and Down With The King

Take Me To Your leader is a good pick for Doom. I think MM Food just takes it for me

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PostSubject: Re: Best production...   Fri 15 Feb 2013, 4:19 pm

MM Food takes a close second for me just because I love the Godzilla samples throughout the Take me to your leader it just works perfectly to me.

I've only heard 3 Run-Dmc albums and out of them King of rock was my favorite production wise.
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