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PostSubject: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Mon 26 Jul 2010, 2:30 am

The purpose of this thread is to list the albums on this list you HAVE NOT heard and then make an effort to listen to those albums and come back and drop your thoughts on them as you do. Sure, The Source isn't reputable anymore, but let's not concentrate on what should be on the list and instead try to hear something new:

• A Tribe Called Quest- Low End Theory
• A Tribe Called Quest- People's Instictive Travels and the Paths of Rythm
• A Tribe Called Quest- Midnight Marauders
• Above the Law- Livin' Like Hustlers
• Beastie Boys- License to Ill
• Beastie Boys- Paul's Boutique
• Big Daddy Kane- Long Live the Cane
• Big Daddy Kane- It's a Big Daddy Thing
• Biz Markie- Goin' Off
• Black Moon- Enta Da Stage
• Black Sheep- A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
• Bone Thugs and Harmony- Creepin' On Ah Come Up (EP)
• Boogie Down Productions- Criminal Minded
• Boogie Down Productions- By All Means Nessesary
• Brand Nubian- All For One
• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm
• Common Sense- Resurrection
• Cypress Hill- Cypress Hill
• Cypress Hill- Black Sunday
• Das EFX- Dead Serious
• De La Soul- Three Feet High and Rising
• De La Soul- De La Soul Is Dead
• Diamond D- Stunts,Blunts and Hip-Hop
• Digable Planets- Reachin'...
• Digital Underground- Sex Packets
• DJ Quick- Quick Is the Name
• D.O.C.- No One Can Do It Better
• Doug E. Fresh- World's Greatest Entertainer
• Dr.Dre- The Chronic
• Eazy E- Eazy Does It
• Eric B. and Rakim- Paid in Full
• Eric B. and Rakim- Follow the Leader
• Eric B. and Rakim- Let the Rythm Hit'Em
• EPMD- Strictly Business
• EPMD- Unfinished Business
• EPMD- Business as Usual
• Fugees- The Score
• Gang Starr- Step In The Arena
• Gang Starr- Daily Operation
• Genius/GZA- Liquid Swords
• Geto Boys- Grip It! On That Other Level
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Ice Cube- Amerikkka's Most Wanted
• Ice Cube- Death Certificate
• Ice T- Original Gangster
• Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince- He's the DJ, I'm The Rapper
• Jay-Z- Reasonable Doubt
• Jungle Brothers- Straight Out The Jungle
• Jungle Brothers- Forces Of Nature
• Just Ice- Kool and Deadly
• Kool G Rap and DJ Polo- Road To Riches
• KRS One- Return Of the Boom Bap
• LL Cool J- Radio
• LL Cool J- Bigger and Deffer
• LL Cool J- Mama Said Knock You Out
• Lord Finesse- Funky Technician
• Main Source- Breakin' Atoms
• MC Lyte- Lyte as a Rock
• MC Shan- Down By Law
• Mobb Deep- The Infamous
• Naughty By Nature- Naughty By Nature
• Nas- Illimatic
• Nice and Smooth- Nice and Smooth
• Notorious B.I.G.- Ready to Die
• Notorious B.I.G.- Life After Death
• NWA- Straight Outta Compton
• Ol'Dirty Bastard- Return to the 36 Chambers
• Onyx- Bacdafucup
• Organized Confusion- Stress:the Extinction Agenda
• Outcast- ATLiens
• Pete Rock and CL Smooth- Mecca and the Soul Brother
• Pharcyde- Bizzare Ride...II Pharcyde
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Public Enemy- Yo! Bum Rush the Show
• Public Enemy- It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
• Public Enemy- Fear Of a Black Planet
• Queen Latifah- All Hail the Queen
• Raekwon- Only Built For Cuban Linx
• Redman- Whut Thee Album
• Roots- Do You Want More?
• Roots- Illadephalflife v.3
• Run DMC- Run DMC
• Run DMC- Raising Hell
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Scarface- Mr. Scarface is Back
• Schooly D- Saturday Night: the Album
• Slick Rick- The Great Advantures Of Slick Rick
• Smif N Wessun- Da Shinin'
• Snoop Doggy Dogg- Doggystyle
• Souls Of Mischief- 93 Till' Infinity
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge
• Spice 1- Spice 1
• Stestasonic- On Fire
• 3rd Bass- Cactus Album
• Too Short- Born To Mack
• Tupac- Me Against The World
• Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
• Whodini- Escape
• Wu-Tang Clan- Enter the Wu-Tang
• X-Clan- To the East Backwards
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Mon 26 Jul 2010, 2:35 am

Here are the albums I have not heard or have not given more than one spin or haven't spun in probably over a decade and I will get started on em:

• Black Sheep- A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm
• Digable Planets- Reachin'...
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Jungle Brothers- Straight Out The Jungle
• Jungle Brothers- Forces Of Nature
• Just Ice- Kool and Deadly
• MC Lyte- Lyte as a Rock
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Queen Latifah- All Hail the Queen
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Smif N Wessun- Da Shinin'
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge
• Stestasonic- On Fire
• 3rd Bass- Cactus Album
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Mon 26 Jul 2010, 8:00 am

• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge
• Stestasonic- On Fire
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Whodini- Escape
• Schooly D- Saturday Night: the Album
• Doug E. Fresh- World's Greatest Entertainer
• MC Lyte- Lyte as a Rock(I've heard every song on this album, but i have never actually heard the actual album album)

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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Mon 26 Jul 2010, 10:15 am

• A Tribe Called Quest- People's Instictive Travels and the Paths of Rythm
• Biz Markie- Goin' Off
• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm- N/A
• De La Soul- De La Soul Is Dead
• Doug E. Fresh- World's Greatest Entertainer- N/A
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince- He's the DJ, I'm The Rapper
• Jungle Brothers- Straight Out The Jungle- N/A
• Jungle Brothers- Forces Of Nature- N/A
• Kool G Rap and DJ Polo- Road To Riches
• LL Cool J- Radio
• LL Cool J- Bigger and Deffer
• Lord Finesse- Funky Technician- N/A
• MC Lyte- Lyte as a Rock
• MC Shan- Down By Law- N/A
• Organized Confusion- Stress:the Extinction Agenda
• Pharcyde- Bizzare Ride...II Pharcyde
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Queen Latifah- All Hail the Queen
• Run DMC- Run DMC
• Run DMC- Raising Hell
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Souls Of Mischief- 93 Till' Infinity- N/A
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge- N/A
• Stestasonic- On Fire- N/A
• Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
• Whodini- Escape

I just downloaded Holly Int. about a week ago so that is on deck. A lot of the rest of those I have heard the majortiy of songs from them just never listened to the entire album at once. I put n/a by the ones I heard nothing really from it period save for one trk.
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Mon 26 Jul 2010, 4:58 pm

Albums i havent heard at all or havent hear in full:

• Above the Law- Livin' Like Hustlers
• Biz Markie- Goin' Off
• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm
• Doug E. Fresh- World's Greatest Entertainer
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince- He's the DJ, I'm The Rapper
• LL Cool J- Bigger and Deffer
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Just Ice- Kool and Deadly
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Schooly D- Saturday Night: the Album
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge
• Spice 1- Spice 1
• Stestasonic- On Fire
• Too Short- Born To Mack
• Whodini- Escape
• X-Clan- To the East Backwards (i have 8 of the 11 songs)


there are a few others i have to give more spins to


and im surprised Creepin on there over E1999



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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 11:54 am

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The purpose of this thread is to list the albums on this list you HAVE NOT heard and then make an effort to listen to those albums and come back and drop your thoughts on them as you do. Sure, The Source isn't reputable anymore, but let's not concentrate on what should be on the list and instead try to hear something new:

• A Tribe Called Quest- Low End Theory
• A Tribe Called Quest- People's Instictive Travels and the Paths of Rythm
• A Tribe Called Quest- Midnight Marauders
• Above the Law- Livin' Like Hustlers
• Beastie Boys- License to Ill
• Beastie Boys- Paul's Boutique
• Big Daddy Kane- Long Live the Cane
• Big Daddy Kane- It's a Big Daddy Thing
• Biz Markie- Goin' Off
• Black Moon- Enta Da Stage
• Black Sheep- A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
• Bone Thugs and Harmony- Creepin' On Ah Come Up (EP)
• Boogie Down Productions- Criminal Minded
• Boogie Down Productions- By All Means Nessesary
• Brand Nubian- All For One
• Chill Rob G- Ride the Rythm
• Common Sense- Resurrection
• Cypress Hill- Cypress Hill
• Cypress Hill- Black Sunday
• Das EFX- Dead Serious
• De La Soul- Three Feet High and Rising
• De La Soul- De La Soul Is Dead
• Diamond D- Stunts,Blunts and Hip-Hop
• Digable Planets- Reachin'...
• Digital Underground- Sex Packets
• DJ Quick- Quick Is the Name
• D.O.C.- No One Can Do It Better
• Doug E. Fresh- World's Greatest Entertainer
• Dr.Dre- The Chronic
• Eazy E- Eazy Does It
• Eric B. and Rakim- Paid in Full
• Eric B. and Rakim- Follow the Leader
• Eric B. and Rakim- Let the Rythm Hit'Em
• EPMD- Strictly Business
• EPMD- Unfinished Business
• EPMD- Business as Usual
• Fugees- The Score
• Gang Starr- Step In The Arena
• Gang Starr- Daily Operation
• Genius/GZA- Liquid Swords
• Geto Boys- Grip It! On That Other Level
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Ice Cube- Amerikkka's Most Wanted
• Ice Cube- Death Certificate
• Ice T- Original Gangster
• Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince- He's the DJ, I'm The Rapper
• Jay-Z- Reasonable Doubt
• Jungle Brothers- Straight Out The Jungle
• Jungle Brothers- Forces Of Nature
• Just Ice- Kool and Deadly
• Kool G Rap and DJ Polo- Road To Riches

• KRS One- Return Of the Boom Bap
• LL Cool J- Radio
• LL Cool J- Bigger and Deffer
• LL Cool J- Mama Said Knock You Out
• Lord Finesse- Funky Technician
• Main Source- Breakin' Atoms
• MC Lyte- Lyte as a Rock
• MC Shan- Down By Law

• Mobb Deep- The Infamous
• Naughty By Nature- Naughty By Nature
• Nas- Illimatic
• Nice and Smooth- Nice and Smooth
• Notorious B.I.G.- Ready to Die
• Notorious B.I.G.- Life After Death
• NWA- Straight Outta Compton
• Ol'Dirty Bastard- Return to the 36 Chambers
• Onyx- Bacdafucup
• Organized Confusion- Stress:the Extinction Agenda
• Outcast- ATLiens
• Pete Rock and CL Smooth- Mecca and the Soul Brother
• Pharcyde- Bizzare Ride...II Pharcyde
• Poor Righteous Teachers- Holly Intellect
• Public Enemy- Yo! Bum Rush the Show
• Public Enemy- It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
• Public Enemy- Fear Of a Black Planet
• Queen Latifah- All Hail the Queen
• Raekwon- Only Built For Cuban Linx
• Redman- Whut Thee Album
• Roots- Do You Want More?
• Roots- Illadephalflife v.3
• Run DMC- Run DMC
• Run DMC- Raising Hell
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Scarface- Mr. Scarface is Back
• Schooly D- Saturday Night: the Album
• Slick Rick- The Great Advantures Of Slick Rick
• Smif N Wessun- Da Shinin'
• Snoop Doggy Dogg- Doggystyle
• Souls Of Mischief- 93 Till' Infinity
• Special Ed- Youngest In Charge
• Spice 1- Spice 1
• Stestasonic- On Fire

• 3rd Bass- Cactus Album
• Too Short- Born To Mack
• Tupac- Me Against The World
• Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
• Whodini- Escape
• Wu-Tang Clan- Enter the Wu-Tang
• X-Clan- To the East Backwards

Which of these do I need to check out immediately?

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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 11:56 am

Road To The Riches and It's A Big Daddy Thing

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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 12:03 pm

T. Myers wrote:
Road To The Riches and It's A Big Daddy Thing

Thanks, will do

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"It's hard to focus, perhaps the last opus/If younger heads quote this then it ain't all hopeless" - Dalek
"If this is what makes Mims hot, and this is why I'm not/Put a bullet in my brain bury me with Tupac" - Reks
"And I won't say I'm the best since Rakim & Pac n' them/Better yet, I'm the best since Mozart & Bach n' them" - Celph Titled
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 12:06 pm

Above the Law, Spice 1, and Too Short.
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 1:13 pm

What Terry and SRP said

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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 27 Jul 2010, 3:16 pm

I own the majority of the albums on that list, and the ones I don't I've heard.
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Thu 29 Jul 2010, 8:11 am

Southern Rap Pro wrote:
• Heavy D & The Boyz- Livin' Large
• Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince- He's the DJ, I'm The Rapper
• Nice and Smooth- Nice and Smooth
• Queen Latifah- All Hail the Queen
• Salt N Pepa- Hot, Cool and Viscious
• Schooly D- Saturday Night: the Album
• Stestasonic- On Fire
• Whodini- Escape

Those are the ones i don't own. Also, i still have my copy of that 100th issue with LL on the front and my fold out with the top 100 albums doesn't list Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique, Digable Planets - Reachin' or Cypress Hill - Black Sunday but has NWA - Efil4Zeinnub, Makaveli - 7 Day Theory and Outkast - Southernplaya... in its place
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Thu 29 Jul 2010, 10:03 am

Eastern Rap Pro wrote:
I own the majority of the albums on that list, and the ones I don't I've heard.
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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Tue 03 Aug 2010, 6:06 pm

Wayne wrote:
Eastern Rap Pro wrote:
I own the majority of the albums on that list, and the ones I don't I've heard.

Either you've heard Black Sunday or you haven't. Which is it?

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PostSubject: Re: Top 100 Hip-Hop Albums of All Time (According to The Source)   Fri 06 Aug 2010, 3:13 pm

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T. Myers wrote:
Road To The Riches and It's A Big Daddy Thing

Thanks, will do

Got this today. It was very good. I'd give it 4.5 stars right now. I prefer both Wanted: Dead or Alive and Live and Let Die to it but I can see why it's considered a classic. Next up, BDK.

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"They call me the Cinco de Mayo killa 'cause I May put 5 in ya" - K-Rino
"It's hard to focus, perhaps the last opus/If younger heads quote this then it ain't all hopeless" - Dalek
"If this is what makes Mims hot, and this is why I'm not/Put a bullet in my brain bury me with Tupac" - Reks
"And I won't say I'm the best since Rakim & Pac n' them/Better yet, I'm the best since Mozart & Bach n' them" - Celph Titled
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