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13402663, Pharoahe Monch's PTSD album is probably one of the most|
Posted by Somnus, Sat Sep-05-20 09:32 AM
important albums to come out in the last couple of years
huge fan, but I'm JUST NOW really digesting this album
simply masterful, so pertinent, so personal, probably his Magnum Opus
13402681, 2014. It's too much new music for most to go back an listen to |
Posted by Case_One, Sat Sep-05-20 01:34 PM
a album form 2014 for the first time. But since we all a little extra time on our hands, I may give it a go.
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13402694, Wow that may be one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard|
Posted by Anonymous, Sat Sep-05-20 04:46 PM
Glad I never had that mindset or else I would’ve never heard landmark albums of the past.
13402722, Yeah lmao|
Posted by Bambino Grande, Sun Sep-06-20 04:31 AM
Too many new soundcloud links from lil skrrt and yung xanny, sorry Stevie, EWF, Beach Boys, Prince & MJ :—/
13402695, I don’t know...feel like he missed the mark on this like always|
Posted by Anonymous, Sat Sep-05-20 04:48 PM
There’s a lot I like about the album but then there’s just shit that doesn’t add to the concept.
Plus the production just seemed off to me.
With he would do a whole album with Marco Polo.
13402697, “like always”|
Posted by DJR, Sat Sep-05-20 05:02 PM
Haven’t heard this album, but listened to Desire and Internal Affairs quite a bit back in the day. It’s been a long time though. Curious to know what your issues are with those albums? I remember liking both of them quite a bit.