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PostSubject: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 12:17 am

Pick one album from each category......just skip if you haven’t heard or say if you’re not a fan

Big Daddy Kane
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap
Public Enemy
BDP / KRS-One
The Roots
Mobb Deep
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo
Outkast
Cypress Hill
Scarface
Geto Boys
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc.
Biggie Smalls
Ice Cube
NWA
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht
Spice 1
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip
Jungle Brothers
Too $hort
E-40
Gangstarr
LL Cool J
Nas
Redman
2Pac
Eminem
Canibus
Big L
OC
Common
Del The Funky Homosapien
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics
Jeru The Damaja
De La Soul
Pete Rock & CL Smooth
Brand Nubian
MF Doom / KMD
EPMD
The Pharcyde
UGK
Black Moon / Buckshot
Tha Alkaholiks
People Under The Stairs
Run-DMC
Beastie Boys
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith

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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 2:53 am

^^^ good idea mate, here's mine:

I just based mine on how much I listened to them shits in my lifetime

Big Daddy Kane – It’s A Big Daddy Thing
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap – 4,5,6
Public Enemy – Apocalypse ’91…The Enemy Strikes Black, not as good as Nations but more listens for me over the years
BDP / KRS-One – KRS-ONE/Self-Titled
The Roots – Things Fall Apart
Mobb Deep – The Infamous just edges out Hell On Earth for spins. Mainly because of Shook Ones Pt. II
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo – Enter The 36 Chambers just beats out any Wu from ’93 to ’96, maybe
Outkast – ATLiens
Cypress Hill – Temples Of Boom
Scarface – The Diary gets slightly more spins than his debut
Geto Boys – The Resurrection
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim – The 18th Letter but Let The Rhythm Hit ‘em is close by
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. – Slaughtahouse
Biggie Smalls – Ready To Die
Ice Cube – The Predator just beats out Death Certificate
NWA – Efil4zaggin
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht – We Come Strapped
Spice 1 – 187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip – Midnight Marauders slightly over Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers – Done By The Forces Of Nature
Too $hort – Get In Where You Fit In
E-40 – In A Major Way
Gangstarr – Hard To Earn
LL Cool J – Mr. Smith
Nas - Illmatic
Redman – Dare Iz A Darkside but I have his first 3 memorized
2Pac – Me Against The World, possibly Makaveli
Eminem – The Slim Shady LP
Canibus – 2000 B.C.
Big L – Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
OC – Word Life
Common – Like Water For Chocolate
Del The Funky Homosapien – Deltron 3030
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics – 93 ‘til Infinity
Jeru The Damaja – The Sun Rises In The East
De La Soul – Buhloone Mindstate
Pete Rock & CL Smooth – The Main Ingredient
Brand Nubian – Everything Is Everything......will not be a popular choice but it’s my favorite
MF Doom / KMD – Madvillainy
EPMD – Business Never Personal
The Pharcyde – Labcabincalifornia
UGK – I think Super Tight but maybe Ridin’ Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot – Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks – Coast II Coast
People Under The Stairs – Question In The Form Of An Answer
Run-DMC – Down With The King……it’s the one I listen to the most, fuck you guys
Beastie Boys – Paul’s Boutique
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith - Dr. Dooom - First Come, First Served
J-Live - All Of The Above


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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 5:01 am

rez'82 wrote:
Pick one album from each category......just skip if you haven’t heard or say if you’re not a fan

Big Daddy Kane- It's A Big Daddy Thing
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap- 4,5,6 has become my most played G Rap album
Public Enemy- It Takes A Nation... (2nd on my list)
BDP / KRS-One- Criminal Minded (favorite hip hop album)
The Roots- Illadelph Halflife
Mobb Deep- Hell On Earth
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo- OB4CL
Outkast- ATLiens
Cypress Hill- Not a big fan, their second is my favorite from what I've heard
Scarface- Debut
Geto Boys- We Can't Be Stopped
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim- Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc.- Slaughterhouse
Biggie Smalls- Ready To Die
Ice Cube- DC
NWA- SOC
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht- MUsic To Driveby
Spice 1- 187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip- MM
Jungle Brothers- Straight Out The Jungle (only one I've heard)
Too $hort- Short Dog's In The House
E-40- The Ball Street Journal as of now... Haven't listened to much else in a while
Gangstarr- HArd To Earn
LL Cool J- MSKYO
Nas- Illmatic
Redman- Whut? Thee Album
2Pac- MATW
Eminem- MMLP, I guess. Not a giant fan of his albums
Canibus- Mic Club
Big L- Debut
OC- Word.. Life
Common- Ressurection
Del The Funky Homosapien- IWMBGWH, not a big fan
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics- 93 Til
Jeru The Damaja- Wrath Of The Math
De La Soul- The Grind Date
Pete Rock & CL Smooth- Mecca
Brand Nubian- One For All
MF Doom / KMD- Doomsday
EPMD- Strictly Business
The Pharcyde- The second one... Not a big fan
UGK- Ridin' Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot- Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks- 21 & Over
People Under The Stairs- OST, but I've only heard 2 from them. Need to get on that
Run-DMC- Raising Hell
Beastie Boys- Paul's Botique
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith- Critical Beatdown


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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 9:05 am

Nice Picks. Cool to see Mic Club on there. NOT cool to see The Ball Street Journal haha, I did like the first two songs on that one though

I was close to listing It Takes a Nation, Criminal Minded, Illadelph Halflife, Hell On Earth, really any Wu-Tang from 36 Chambers to Ironman, Mr. Scarface Is Back, Death Certificate, MSKYO, The Grind Date and Ridin' Dirty as well

I wanna add J-Live to this list. Mainly because I only own 3 albums from him and they are all dope
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 3:37 pm

Big Daddy Kane - Daddy's Home
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap - Roots of Evil
Public Enemy - Apocalypse 91...The Enemy Strikes Black
BDP / KRS-One - KRS-One
The Roots - Illadelph Halflife
Mobb Deep - The Infamous...
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo - Liquid Swords (36 Chambers for group)
Outkast - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill
Scarface - The Diary
Geto Boys - Geto Boys
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim - Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. - Disposable Arts
Biggie Smalls - Ready To Die
Ice Cube - The Predator
NWA - Efil4zaggin
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht - Music To Driveby
Spice 1 - AmeriKKKa's Nightmare
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip - Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers - J Beez Wit The Remedy (is the only full album I've heard)
Too $hort - Cocktails
E-40 - In A Major Way (but really not a fan)
Gangstarr - Hard To Earn (would be Moment of Truth, but that Mall song holds it back)
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Nas - Illmatic
Redman - Whut? Thee Album
2Pac - Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
Eminem - The Slim Shady LP
Canibus - 2000 B.C.
Big L - Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
OC - Word...Life
Common - Can I Borrow A Dollar? (but really not a fan)
Del The Funky Homosapien - Deltron 3030
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics - 93 Til Infinity/ 3rd Eye Vision
Jeru The Damaja - The Sun Rises In The East
De La Soul - Stakes Is High (I like 'em, but not a huge fan)
Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Mecca And The Soul Brother
Brand Nubian - In God We Trust (Everything is Everything is my 2nd favorite, so no worries)
MF Doom / KMD - Madvillainy
EPMD - Business Never Personal
The Pharcyde - Labcabincalifornia (but it's pretty much a 3-way tie)
UGK - Never really got into 'em
Black Moon / Buckshot - Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks - Coast II Coast
People Under The Stairs - OST and Highlighter are the only two I've heard (but both are dope)
Run-DMC - Raising Hell
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith - Doctor Octagon - Doctor Octagonecologist


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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 8:18 pm

NH = Never Heard
DC = Don't Care (which doesn't mean, I don't like them, just that I don't care enough to have a favorite album, which will be all of the 80s acts.)

Big Daddy Kane DC
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap DC
Public Enemy DC
BDP / KRS-One DC
The Roots The Tipping Point
Mobb Deep The Infamous...
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo Wu-Tang Forever/Ironman
Outkast Stankonia
Cypress Hill Cypress Hill
Scarface The Untouchable
Geto Boys Geto Boys
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. Son Of Yvonne (Disposable Arts got replaced!)
Biggie Smalls Life After Death
Ice Cube The Predator
NWA Straight Outta Compton
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht NH
Spice 1 DC
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip Midnight Marauders
Jungle Brothers NH
Too $hort Born To Mack, Can't Stay Away (coin flip)
E-40 In A Major Way (maybe Grit and Grind if I'm really honest)
Gangstarr DC
LL Cool J DC
Nas It Was Written
Redman Doc's Da Name 2000
2Pac Me Against the World
Eminem SSLP
Canibus Fuck Canibus. I hope Rick Ross date rapes him.
Big L DC
OC Word...Life
Common Be
Del The Funky Homosapien DC
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics DC
Jeru The Damaja DC
De La Soul DC
Pete Rock & CL Smooth DC
Brand Nubian DC
MF Doom / KMD The Mouse and the Mask
EPMD Back in Business
The Pharcyde Bizarre Ride II
UGK Dirty Money
Black Moon / Buckshot DC
Tha Alkaholiks DC
People Under The Stairs DC
Run-DMC DC
Beastie Boys License To Ill
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith DC
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 8:29 pm

Big Daddy Kane - N/A
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap - N/A
Public Enemy - It Takes A Nation of Millions...
BDP / KRS-One - N/A
The Roots - Illadelph Halflife
Mobb Deep - Infamous
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo - 36 Chambers / Liquid Swords
Outkast - Stankonia
Cypress Hill - N/A
Scarface - N/A
Geto Boys - N/A
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim N/A
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. - eMc
Biggie Smalls - Ready to Die
Ice Cube - Raw Footage
NWA - N/A
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht - N/A
Spice 1 - N/A
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip - Midnight Marauders
Jungle Brothers - N/A
Too $hort - N/A
E-40 - N/A
Gangstarr - Mass Appeal (Greatest Hits, I know, but still...)
LL Cool J - N/A
Nas - Stillmatic
Redman - Red Gone Wild
2Pac - Me Against the World
Eminem - MMLP
Canibus - Rip The Jacker
Big L - The Big Picture
OC - Jewelz
Common - Be
Del The Funky Homosapien - Deltron 3030
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics - N/A
Jeru The Damaja - Sun Still Rises
De La Soul - N/A
Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Mecca
Brand Nubian - N/A
MF Doom / KMD - Operation Doomsday
EPMD - N/A
The Pharcyde - N/A
UGK - N/A
Black Moon / Buckshot - The Formula
Tha Alkaholiks - N/A
People Under The Stairs - N/A
Run-DMC - N/A
Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith - N/A
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 8:30 pm

How can you not care about Gang Starr & Jeru! WTF dude!

Go DL Sun Rises in the East and tell me you don't love it.
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sat 20 Apr 2013, 11:06 pm

Spice 1 and Tha Alkaholiks... Right up your alley, Juan

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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sun 21 Apr 2013, 10:57 am

SteveT wrote:
How can you not care about Gang Starr & Jeru! WTF dude!

Go DL Sun Rises in the East and tell me you don't love it.

I have never really been a Guru fan, just a Preemo fan. I like GS, just not enough to have a favorite album. And I've only ever heard Sun Rises from Jeru (retroactively), and while I thought it was dope, I wasn't in the moment with that album like a lot of others were, so it carries less weight with me. Maybe if I had heard it when it first came out...?

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Spice 1 and Tha Alkaholiks... Right up your alley, Juan

I have heard both Shaun, I'm just not a big enough fan to have a favorite of either.
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Sun 21 Apr 2013, 4:41 pm

Big Daddy Kane-It's a Big Daddy Thing
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap-Live and Let Die
Public Enemy-Fear of a Black Planet
BDP / KRS-One-Criminal Minded
The Roots-Things Fall Apart
Mobb Deep-Infamous
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo-36 Chambers and Liquid Swords
Outkast-ATLiens
Cypress Hill-Black Sunday
Scarface-The Diary
Geto Boys-Till Death Do Us Part
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim-Paid in Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc.-Slaughtahouse (never really gotten into him like that though
Biggie Smalls-Ready to Die
Ice Cube-Death Certificate
NWA-Straight Outta Compton
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht-Music to Driveby
Spice 1-187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip-Midnight Marauders
Jungle Brothers-N/A
Too $hort-Short Dog's in the House
E-40-In A Major Way
Gangstarr-Moment of Truth
LL Cool J-Mama Said Knock You Out
Nas-Illmatic
Redman-Muddy Waters
2Pac-All Eyez on Me
Eminem-Slim Shady LP
Canibus-2000 BC
Big L-Lifestylez ov da Poor n Dangerous
OC-Word...Life
Common-Electric Circus, personal favorite but most will give it to Chocolate
Del The Funky Homosapien-Both Sides of the Brain
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics-93 Til Infinity
Jeru The Damaja-The Sun Rises in the East
De La Soul-tried more than once but I never really got into them
Pete Rock & CL Smooth-Mecca and the Soul Brother
Brand Nubian-In God We Trust by default
MF Doom / KMD-Madvillainy
EPMD-Strictly Business
The Pharcyde-Labcabincalifornia
UGK-Ridin Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot-Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks-Likwidation
People Under The Stairs-The Next Step by default
Run-DMC-N/A
Beastie Boys-Licensed to Ill
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith-Critical Beatdown
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Mon 22 Apr 2013, 11:53 pm


Big Daddy Kane - Its a Big Daddy Thing
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap - Live and Let Die
Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation...but Apocalypse 911 is so damn close to me its more of a tie
BDP / KRS-One - Criminal Minded
The Roots - Illadelph Halflife
Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo - 36 Chambers grouo but they have 3 classics to me / OBFCL solo GOAT album
Outkast - Aquemini
Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
Scarface - Mr. Scarface is Back
Geto Boys - Till Death Do Us Pat
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim - Follow the Leader
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. - Slaughtahouse
Biggie Smalls - Ready tio Die
Ice Cube - Amerikkkas Most Wanted
NWA - Straight Outta Compton barely
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht - We Come Strapped
Spice 1 - 187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip - Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers - only heard their debut
Too $hort - Shorty the Pimp
E-40 - In A Major Way
Gangstarr - Moment of Truth, then Step In the Arena
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Nas - Illmatic
Redman - Whut Thee Album
2Pac - Me Against the World
Eminem - Slim Shady LP
Canibus - Rip the Jacker
Big L - Lifestylez Ov Da Poor and Dangerous
OC - Word....Life
Common - Resurrection
Del The Funky Homosapien - No Need for Alarm
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics - 93 Til Infinity / 3rd Eye Vision
Jeru The Damaja - Sun Rises in the East
De La Soul - Stakes is High
Pete Rock & CL Smooth - MEcca and the Soul Brother
Brand Nubian - In God We Trust
MF Doom / KMD - Operation Doomsday
EPMD - Strictly Business
The Pharcyde - Labcabincalifornia
UGK - Ridin Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot = Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks - Coast to Coast
People Under The Stairs - N/A
Run-DMC - Raisin Hell
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith - Critical Beatdown / First Come, First Served
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 5:27 am

Big Daddy Kane Long Live The Kane
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap Road To Riches
Public Enemy Yo Bumrush the show
BDP / KRS-One Criminal Minded/Return Of The Boom Bap
The Roots Illadelph Halflife
Mobb Deep The Infamous
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
Outkast
Cypress Hill Black Sunday
Scarface Mr Scarface Is Back
Geto Boys We Cant Be Stopped
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. Sittin On Chrome
Biggie Smalls Ready To Die
Ice Cube Death Certificate
NWA Straight Outta Compton
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht Its a compton thang/we come strapped
Spice 1 Spice 1
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers
Too $hort Short dog in the house
E-40 Federal
Gangstarr Daily Operation
LL Cool J BAD
Nas Illmatic
Redman Whut Thee Album
2Pac All Eyez On me
Eminem
Canibus
Big L Lifestylez ov da poor + Dangerous
OC Word Life
Common
Del The Funky Homosapien No Need For Alarm
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics Third Eye Vision
Jeru The Damaja Wrath of the math
De La Soul Buhloone Mind state
Pete Rock & CL Smooth Mecca & soul brother
Brand Nubian
MF Doom / KMD mm food
EPMD Strictly Business
The Pharcyde Labcab
UGK super tight
Black Moon / Buckshot
Tha Alkaholiks Coast II Coast
People Under The Stairs
Run-DMC Raising Hell
Beastie Boys
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith Critical Beatdown/Dr Octagon
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 5:29 am

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Del The Funky Homosapien - No Need for Alarm

Yes !! A lotta Deltron fans in 'ere... I never gots to hearing that one.
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 12:33 pm

Big Daddy Kane- A Taste Of Choclate
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap- Live And Let Die
Public Enemy- Fear Of A Black Planet
BDP / KRS-One- Return Of The Boom Bap
The Roots- Tipping Point
Mobb Deep- The Infamous
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo- 36 Chambers
Outkast- ATLiens
Cypress Hill- Cypress Hill
Scarface- Mr. Scarface Is Back
Geto Boys- Grip It! On The Other Level
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim- Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc.- Long Hot Summer (the most tolerable album)
Biggie Smalls- Life After Death (today)
Ice Cube- Death Certificate
NWA- N4Life
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht- Music To Driveby
Spice 1- 187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip- Midnight Marauders
Jungle Brothers- N/A
Too $hort- Life Is..
E-40- Hall Of Game
Gangstarr- Step In The Arena
LL Cool J- Al World
Nas- Stillmatic
Redman- What? Thee Album
2Pac- Me Against The World
Eminem- MMLP
Canibus- Lyrical Law
Big L- Really? Life Ova
OC- Oasis
Common- BE
Del The Funky Homosapien- Both Sides Of The Brain
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics- N/A
Jeru The Damaja- Sun Rises
De La Soul- Timeless: The Singles
Pete Rock & CL Smooth- Main Ingredient
Brand Nubian- Foundation
MF Doom / KMD- Mouse & The Mask
EPMD- Hits
The Pharcyde- N/A
UGK- Ridin Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot- None
Tha Alkaholiks- 21 & Over
People Under The Stairs- don't have a fav from them
Run-DMC- Hits
Beastie Boys- Hits
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith- None

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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 12:44 pm

Lounge, do yourself a favor and listen to the Deltron album, its classic. No Need for Alarm is my favorite from Del but Deltron and Both Sides of the Brain are close, and i love his debut as well
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 1:33 pm

Big Daddy Kane - N/A
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap - N/A
Public Enemy - N/A
BDP / KRS-One - Criminal Minded
The Roots - The Tipping Point
Mobb Deep - The Infamous...
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo - Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers / Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version
Outkast - Aquemini
Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill
Scarface - The Fix
Geto Boys - We Can't Be Stopped
Eric B. & Rakim/Rakim - The 18th Letter
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc. - Son Of Yvonne
Biggie Smalls - Life After Death
Ice Cube - N/A
NWA - N/A
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht - N/A
Spice 1 - N/A
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip - Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers - N/A
Too $hort - N/A
E-40 - N/A
Gangstarr - Moment of Truth
LL Cool J - N/A
Nas - Illmatic
Redman - Whut? Thee Album
2Pac - 7 Day Theory
Eminem - MMLP
Canibus - 2000 B.C.
Big L - Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
OC - N/A
Common - N/A
Del The Funky Homosapien - Deltron 3030
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics - '93 Til Infinity
Jeru The Damaja - The Sun Rises in the East
De La Soul - The Grind Date
Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Mecca & the Soul Brother
Brand Nubian - N/A
MF Doom / KMD - Madvillainy
EPMD - N/A
The Pharcyde - Labcabincalifornia
UGK - Ridin' Dirty
Black Moon / Buckshot - Enta Da Stage
Tha Alkaholiks - N/A
People Under The Stairs - N/A
Run-DMC - N/A
Beastie Boys - License To Ill
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith - Dr. Octagonecologyst
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Tue 23 Apr 2013, 11:09 pm

I'm liking the diversity in all these picks. I was expecting more of just the recognized classics.

Some of these N/A 's though I don't know if you mean you've heard it and it wasn't for you, which is fine, or if you haven't heard anything by them at all.

Because if you haven't heard any at all you're missing out on a lot of great/classic hip hop
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 12:44 am

my blanks are for if I've heard one album or less. I've heard material of all of em but no more than one album.
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 12:49 am

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Lounge, do yourself a favor and listen to the Deltron album, its classic. No Need for Alarm is my favorite from Del but Deltron and Both Sides of the Brain are close, and i love his debut as well

indeed, I've heard few songs but always passed on buyin it over something else.

I got both sides of the brain tho... I remember one of the tracks off that used to be on one of tthose skateboarding playstation game I used to play... I think it was Grind Session, I forget the name of the track but its the one where he starts off "its important that you practice good hygeine, especially if you want to roll with my team" and raps about brushing teeth and shit hahaha
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 12:50 am

wonder what a album would sound like collaborated with Dan the Automator, Del and Kool keith all together!
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 11:39 am

My N/A's are either I haven't heard enough full albums (ie Kane, G Rap) or am just disinterested/not a fan (most old school west coast)... or some combination of the two.
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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 1:58 pm

rez'82 wrote:
Pick one album from each category......just skip if you haven’t heard or say if you’re not a fan

Big Daddy Kane- It's A Big Daddy Thing by default
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo / Kool G Rap- Live & Let Die
Public Enemy- Only own It Takes a Nation of Millions, don't bump it at all
BDP / KRS-One- Criminal Minded, the others that I own (about six other releases) are boring to these ears
The Roots- How I Got Over
Mobb Deep- Infamous
Wu-Tang Clan / Group or Solo- 36 Chambers by far
Outkast- Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Cypress Hill- Black Sunday
Scarface- The Diary
Geto Boys- We Can't Be Stop
Eric B. & Rakim / Rakim- Paid In Full
Masta Ace / Masta Ace Inc.- Long Hot Summer
Biggie Smalls- Ready to Die
Ice Cube- Own most of his albums, not really a fan of his though, don't bump any of them
NWA- Straight Outta Compton
Compton’s Most Wanted / MC Eiht- We Come Strap
Spice 1- 187 He Wrote
A Tribe Called Quest / Q-Tip- Low End Theory
Jungle Brothers- n/a
Too $hort- not a fan
E-40- The Hall of Game
Gangstarr- Moment of Truth
LL Cool J- nah, not a fan
Nas- God's Son
Redman- Whut Thee Album
2Pac- Me Against the World
Eminem- The Eminem Show
Canibus- For Whom The Beat Tolls
Big L- Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
OC- Word Life
Common- Be
Del The Funky Homosapien- I Wish My Brother George Was Here
Souls Of Mischief / Hieroglyphics- 93 Til Infinity
Jeru The Damaja- Own all his albums, don't bump any of them
De La Soul- The Grind Date
Pete Rock & CL Smooth- Mecca & the Soul Brother
Brand Nubian- not a fan
MF Doom / KMD- MF...Food?
EPMD- Lol boredom
The Pharcyde- Bizarre Ride
UGK- Supertight
Black Moon / Buckshot- Enta the Stage
Tha Alkaholiks- 21 & Over
People Under The Stairs- Stepfather
Run-DMC- n/a
Beastie Boys- Own their first two, don't bump them
Ultramagnetic MCs / Kool Keith- n/a

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PostSubject: Re: Best album from...   Wed 24 Apr 2013, 11:30 pm

thelundquist wrote:
My N/A's are either I haven't heard enough full albums (ie Kane, G Rap) or am just disinterested/not a fan (most old school west coast)... or some combination of the two.

I would be surprised if you didn't enjoy Kool G Rap's 4,5,6. Not old school sounding, just hardcore mid 90's and Live And Let Die is even better but may sound a bit old school to you, I don't know. Roots Of Evil as well is insane, to me anyway
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