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AnonymousCoward
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"Albums that made you stop checking for an artist/act"


  

          

Sometimes you give an artist the opportunity to make up for a stinker, but sometimes an album puts you off so much that you just accept the fact that you don't want ever want to hear another full-length from them. That albums have turned you off of an act?

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Subject Author Message Date ID
Phrenology and Electric circus
Nov 09th 2011
1
Sucks for you. You've missed some really excellent music
Nov 09th 2011
2
I've heard them. My wife is a fan
Nov 09th 2011
3
      I didn't like LWFC or Things fall apart
Nov 09th 2011
10
           I wasn't aware this was OKARTIST
Nov 09th 2011
11
                Just wondering what brought you to the site
Nov 09th 2011
12
                     This place has (or had) a pretty good reputation
Nov 09th 2011
14
damn. easily my favorite roots album
Nov 09th 2011
16
common's "be" for me.
Nov 09th 2011
29
Never happened
Nov 09th 2011
4
hope you're not paying to give a bunch of shitty artists a 2nd chance
Nov 09th 2011
21
Wale-Attention Deficit
Nov 09th 2011
5
Universal Mind Control, Watch The Throne
Nov 09th 2011
6
WTT? Which artist
Nov 09th 2011
8
coldplay - x&y
Nov 09th 2011
7
the very first album that i thought of...
Nov 09th 2011
13
      word
Nov 09th 2011
19
Jay-Z - Vol 2
Nov 09th 2011
9
Vol 2 and 3 are my least favorite Jay albums
Nov 09th 2011
22
I think vol. 3 is one of his most under rated ...
Nov 14th 2011
147
Oddly enough...
Nov 12th 2011
106
that record almost did it for me for similar reasons.
Nov 14th 2011
146
Ice Cube - Lethal Injection
Nov 09th 2011
15
^^^^
Nov 09th 2011
23
Yeah man, I was done with Cube after that.
Nov 09th 2011
24
yuuup
Nov 09th 2011
26
I stubbornly held on through the War & Peace Volumes
Nov 09th 2011
30
^^^^what he said
Nov 09th 2011
41
Crazy. I got into Cube in 93 via "Check yo self"
Nov 09th 2011
53
you missed all the good shit, Bruh...
Nov 09th 2011
56
Why'd you hate him in NWA?
Nov 10th 2011
73
      I never really liked Gangsta Rap ( specifically, what it stood for)
Nov 12th 2011
99
           But you love Mobb Deep though?
Nov 12th 2011
103
                I know, right? I'm a bit of a hypocrite, but I'll own up to it...
Nov 12th 2011
104
                and now that I think about it, THIS sums it up:
Nov 12th 2011
105
                Just admit it...it's called...er...Regional bias
Nov 14th 2011
148
That song kind of 'saved' Cube to me....
Nov 10th 2011
66
      ''When will they shoot'' is up there with PE's "Brothers gonna work...
Nov 11th 2011
95
           Yep
Nov 14th 2011
142
RE: Ice Cube - Lethal Injection
Nov 10th 2011
78
RE: Ice Cube - Lethal Injection
Nov 12th 2011
97
last two...
Nov 09th 2011
17
Pharcyde - Plain Rap
Nov 09th 2011
18
RE: Pharcyde - Plain Rap
Nov 09th 2011
28
That album sucked, agreed.
Nov 09th 2011
38
No FAT LIP so it doesn't count.
Nov 10th 2011
88
      That seems like an arbitrary cutoff point
Nov 10th 2011
89
Elephunk
Nov 09th 2011
20
RE: Elephunk
Nov 09th 2011
27
Prince (even though it's not really true)
Nov 09th 2011
25
Prince's Gold Album
Nov 10th 2011
79
Hip-Hop is Dead
Nov 09th 2011
31
I left the tour after "I Am"
Nov 09th 2011
44
^^^^ Likes His Hip-Hop With Meatpies and Footballs
Nov 10th 2011
64
The Eminem Show
Nov 09th 2011
32
RE: The Eminem Show - same for me, fam.
Nov 09th 2011
33
any hip hop fan with ears would agree
Nov 10th 2011
68
Disagree with what?
Nov 10th 2011
90
      uhhh...you may wanna re-read his response, bro.
Nov 10th 2011
92
           hahaha
Nov 14th 2011
143
Bingo, RE: Blood Money
Nov 12th 2011
107
the O.C. album after Jewelz...whatever that was.
Nov 09th 2011
34
that mobb deep album after murda muzik
Nov 09th 2011
35
Yeah, that Infamy album had maybe two tracks but otherwise garbage
Nov 09th 2011
40
you made it further than ME. "Murda Musik" was the last one.
Nov 09th 2011
42
      haha
Nov 09th 2011
47
           you know how you kinda 'don't mind' when shit gets stolen?
Nov 09th 2011
49
                still not worth it??? too funny
Nov 09th 2011
51
                boooooooooooooooooooo, enwurd, boo.
Nov 10th 2011
74
                that shit was turrible, and you know it, Kramer...
Nov 12th 2011
100
                     i'm the one who dubbed you a copy!!
Nov 14th 2011
138
                I'm glad someone else said this...
Nov 13th 2011
123
                     Amerikkkaz Nightmare was dope.
Nov 14th 2011
139
Dr. Dre has gotten under my skin...
Nov 09th 2011
36
Don't worry
Nov 09th 2011
52
Busta Rhymes - It Ain't Safe No More
Nov 09th 2011
37
relapse
Nov 09th 2011
39
None Really Cause I Still Check
Nov 09th 2011
43
I'm gonna cop that last Jamiroquai outta loyalty.
Nov 09th 2011
45
last Jamiroquai album I bought was Dynamite :(
Nov 09th 2011
48
      I one of the few people who actually LIKED "Dynamite"...
Nov 09th 2011
50
Jay-Z-Kingdom Come
Nov 09th 2011
46
Street Hop
Nov 09th 2011
54
DMX - And then there was X. I thought it was cool-decent
Nov 09th 2011
55
I stayed on until Grand Champ,
Nov 10th 2011
61
RE: Albums that made you stop checking for an artist/act
Nov 09th 2011
57
Tricky- Blowback
Nov 09th 2011
58
the muggs and dame grease one for me
Nov 10th 2011
71
"Angels w/ Dirty Faces" was the end of the line for me.
Nov 13th 2011
121
I can't really help but keep checking unless artists disco gets crazy
Nov 09th 2011
59
Illmatic
Nov 09th 2011
60
Ludacris - Release Therapy
Nov 10th 2011
62
Sad but true.
Nov 13th 2011
124
Street's Disciple, Kingdom Come, Zooropa, The Fragile
Nov 10th 2011
63
Malpractice by Redman
Nov 10th 2011
65
that album as a whole was incredible amounts of doo-doo.
Nov 10th 2011
67
Doc's the Game
Nov 10th 2011
69
I thought that album was disappointing as well.
Nov 10th 2011
76
      it was da prelude to da poo poo. n/m.
Nov 10th 2011
77
that joint was dreadful.
Nov 10th 2011
75
Agreed!
Nov 12th 2011
110
I forgot it existed until you posted it
Nov 14th 2011
125
immobilarity
Nov 10th 2011
70
808s and Heartbreak. Game Theory. Finding Forever.
Nov 10th 2011
72
WTF @ Game Theory
Nov 11th 2011
93
      Lol i dont think I got through it
Nov 13th 2011
118
Surprised there aren't more Universal Mind Control votes.
Nov 10th 2011
80
RE: Most of us stopped at Finding Forever.
Nov 10th 2011
91
Same here!
Nov 12th 2011
108
after gutter rainbows i'm not chekcing kweli like i used to...
Nov 10th 2011
81
i hopped off after Quality.
Nov 10th 2011
82
Finding Forever, Elephunk, X&Y, Trinity: PPF
Nov 10th 2011
83
i don't understand the general dislike for Finding Forever
Nov 10th 2011
84
      I don't think it was a 'bad' album
Nov 10th 2011
85
      You're right, not "bad" but...
Nov 10th 2011
86
      it was the point where he went dumbed-down fully. that SAG card line...
Nov 10th 2011
87
           Those two lyrics define modern Common for me...
Nov 12th 2011
111
           lol, 2 lines don't define an MC
Nov 14th 2011
136
                those were just examples. the album is filled with them.
Nov 14th 2011
145
T.I.'s No Mercy
Nov 11th 2011
94
Yeah, I lost a lot of faith in Tip w/that album.
Nov 12th 2011
109
mop - foundation....i'm done with them...
Nov 12th 2011
96
that joint was mad forgettable.
Nov 14th 2011
140
Mosaic Thump.
Nov 12th 2011
98
You should give "Bionix" a listen. It made me check for 'em again.
Nov 12th 2011
101
RE: And Bionix has aged well.
Nov 12th 2011
102
Amen to this. I thought I was the only DeLa fan who hated Stakes
Nov 12th 2011
114
      Your'e not....
Nov 12th 2011
115
           i kinda liked it, man (c) De La Is Dead
Nov 14th 2011
141
Thank god I didn't stop checking for Q-Tip...
Nov 12th 2011
112
and people REFUSE to acknowledge it's greatness...
Nov 12th 2011
113
RE: Just last week, I said even less. . .
Nov 12th 2011
116
well everyone knows that Lessonites are insane.
Nov 13th 2011
117
RE: and people REFUSE to acknowledge it's greatness...
Nov 13th 2011
119
Co-sign
Nov 14th 2011
149
Year of The Dog... Again
Nov 13th 2011
120
Reasonable Doubt - Jay-Z
Nov 13th 2011
122
the strokes - first impressions of earth
Nov 14th 2011
126
      ghostface - the big doe rehab
Nov 14th 2011
127
           dj shadow - the outsider
Nov 14th 2011
128
                massive attack - 100th window
Nov 14th 2011
129
                     bjork - volta
Nov 14th 2011
130
                          sufjan stevens - the age of adz
Nov 14th 2011
131
                               cypress hill - skull & bones
Nov 14th 2011
132
                                    cormega - born & raised
Nov 14th 2011
133
                                         interpol - our love to admire
Nov 14th 2011
134
                                              tv on the radio - nine pieces of light
Nov 14th 2011
135
Killah Priest - View From Masada
Nov 14th 2011
137
GOBLIN
Nov 14th 2011
144

AnonymousCoward
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1. "Phrenology and Electric circus"
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Wed Nov-09-11 10:02 AM by AnonymousCoward

  

          

I didn't like LWFC or Things fall apart, but I gave both acts one more chance, and they let me down. I still enjoy the Roots as a live act, but I don't ever want to hear another Roots LP.

AOI: Whichever the first one was

Nastraudamus

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2. "Sucks for you. You've missed some really excellent music"
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The Roots are on the run of their career right now with the last 3 albums.

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AnonymousCoward
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3. "I've heard them. My wife is a fan"
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Not my thing.

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10. "I didn't like LWFC or Things fall apart"
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then why are you here?


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AnonymousCoward
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11. "I wasn't aware this was OKARTIST"
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http://clydefrazierapproves.com/
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bentagain
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12. "Just wondering what brought you to the site"
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Wed Nov-09-11 12:23 PM by bentagain

  

          

since LWFC came out in 2000 and you're registered in 2002, the same year Phrenology came out

I mean if you were DONE with those artists, why come to the site?


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14. "This place has (or had) a pretty good reputation"
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as a place to discuss hip hop, and music in general. That's what brought me here. I'm not a huge Roots fan either - the last album I bought by them was "Phrenology" and I think I only own three (that one, "Things Fall Apart," and "Do You Want More").

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16. "damn. easily my favorite roots album"
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i never understood why so many ppl didn't like it.. i thought it had just about everything you could be looking for...

i promise i'm not gonna shit on your opinion, but u think u could enlighten me on that one??

  

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29. "common's "be" for me."
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full-blown retreats are unseemly.

  

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4. "Never happened"
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Wed Nov-09-11 10:21 AM by cjr2221

  

          

I give everything a chance regardless of who the artist is, what they do outside of the music, or their past work; b/c the music is all I care about.

  

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21. "hope you're not paying to give a bunch of shitty artists a 2nd chance"
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the music IS what matters, but sometimes you can get a hint that it just might suck..

  

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5. "Wale-Attention Deficit "
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loved mixtape about nothing, but it was just evident he was going in a different direction than I thought after hearing it and that seems to be confirmed

  

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6. "Universal Mind Control, Watch The Throne"
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8. "WTT? Which artist"
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I gave up on Jay at Kingdom Come.

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7. "coldplay - x&y"
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horrible album.

PRINCE beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/17th-day
D'ANGELO beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/smack-your-ass-pull-your-hair
IPHONE LP2 “A beatmaker who loved” https://music.apple.com/us/album/a-beatmaker-who-loved/1473644375

  

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DonWonJusuton
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13. "the very first album that i thought of... "
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this is when you knew Coldplay wasn't forreal... sucks too, cuz ROBTTH was pretty damn good... it's always a pivotal moment w/ that album right after the HUGE one.. i think Coldplay failed that test and let everyone know they weren't the band many ppl thought they could be.. and i don't even think it's cuz the music on X&Y sucked that bad... it was just a watered down rehash... which imo is a lot worse... if they came out w/ just a shitty album or experimented and failed, i'd be MUCH more willing to give them another shot... but that shit just left a bad taste

  

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19. "word"
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>sucks too,
>cuz ROBTTH was pretty damn good...

AROBTTH was my favorite album of 2002. epic. classic. i woulda took a bullet for chris. he showed that a sappy guy can make a powerful album.

>i think
>Coldplay failed that test and let everyone know they weren't
>the band many ppl thought they could be.. and i don't even
>think it's cuz the music on X&Y sucked that bad...
>it was just
>a watered down rehash... which imo is a lot worse... if they
>came out w/ just a shitty album or experimented and failed,
>i'd be MUCH more willing to give them another shot... but that
>shit just left a bad taste

i agree 100%. take a risk! look at beck, he changes all the time!

basically, with gwenyth in the picture, he showed that a happy guy can make a weak album.

PRINCE beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/17th-day
D'ANGELO beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/smack-your-ass-pull-your-hair
IPHONE LP2 “A beatmaker who loved” https://music.apple.com/us/album/a-beatmaker-who-loved/1473644375

  

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9. "Jay-Z - Vol 2"
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I don't know if it was because Aquemini was a million times better and dropped that same day or because I could NEVER deal with those processed Swizz Beatz style productions.

there is absolutely NOTHING that I like about that album.

other than the Primo intro, but the fact that Jay didn't rhyme on it made it bad. lol

After that, I said, I'm done with this dude.

I didn't get Vol 3 or Dynasty when they dropped.

I wasn't back on board until Blueprint (which I think is overrated) but still a great album.

  

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22. "Vol 2 and 3 are my least favorite Jay albums"
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That style of production he had for the majority of the songs sounded bad to me then and worse now.
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I don't like the beat anymore because its just a loop. ALC didn't FLIP IT ENOUGH!

Flip it enough? Flip these. Flip off. Go flip some f*cking burgers.(c)Kno

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147. "I think vol. 3 is one of his most under rated ..."
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... definitely up there with my faves behind Black Album.

https://youtu.be/Kkp6UkSh5IQ

  

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106. "Oddly enough..."
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Vol. 2 is the album that really introduced me to Jay-Z (got into his music really late). Definitely not as good as some of his material that's come before or after that, but Vol. 2 still had some bangers on it. To me, Vol. 3 is worse.

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146. "that record almost did it for me for similar reasons."
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but I liked Vol. 3 even if it didn't was a lil scatterbrained.

but Jay has this weird thing...

where he'll drop an album or two I like, then follow it up with some straight POO POO then come back hard.

  

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dalecooper
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15. "Ice Cube - Lethal Injection"
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Bought at the time it came out because I was a big fan of the couple before it, and I remember thinking through at least half the disc, "What the fuck is this shit?" Especially the 11 minute "Bop Gun" - I liked Parliament even then but it seemed like a bizarre thing to put on a Cube record. The whole album just sounded all wrong to me. Ironically, I ended up re-buying it years later and like it pretty well now (though not as well as any of its predecessors), but my overall instincts were correct, considering what he released from the mid-90s on.

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Dr Claw
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23. "^^^^"
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>Bought at the time it came out because I was a big fan of the
>couple before it, and I remember thinking through at least
>half the disc, "What the fuck is this shit?" Especially the
>11 minute "Bop Gun" - I liked Parliament even then but it
>seemed like a bizarre thing to put on a Cube record. The
>whole album just sounded all wrong to me.

hearing that album, I had the same exact reaction.

  

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24. "Yeah man, I was done with Cube after that."
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>Bought at the time it came out because I was a big fan of the
>couple before it, and I remember thinking through at least
>half the disc, "What the fuck is this shit?" Especially the
>11 minute "Bop Gun" - I liked Parliament even then but it
>seemed like a bizarre thing to put on a Cube record. The
>whole album just sounded all wrong to me.

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26. "yuuup"
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30. "I stubbornly held on through the War & Peace Volumes"
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Lethal Injection is Death Certificate by comparison to either of those.

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41. "^^^^what he said"
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53. "Crazy. I got into Cube in 93 via "Check yo self""
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And he was one of my fav's til like 99-2000...I actually thought War & Peace Vol. 1 was great at the time, SMH.

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56. "you missed all the good shit, Bruh..."
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"AmmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" and "Death Certificate"? Certifiable classics.


I actually HATED Cube when he was in NWA. But once I heard "AMW", I had to bow down and admit he was ridiculous. One of the best MC's ever. Definitely in my Top 20, if not Top 15.






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73. "Why'd you hate him in NWA?"
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Honest question.

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99. "I never really liked Gangsta Rap ( specifically, what it stood for)"
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I just never liked the whole concept of pointing out the worst things in our community for entertainment. I thought it was irresponsible.

I'm not gonna get into it, because we had a post on it a couple years back and it turned into a shitstorm.


But let's just say, I wasn't a big fan of Gangsta Rap, and NWA are the Godfathers of that genre.


*EDIT*

but to be fair, I won't sit here and act like I never listened to it. On a purely *musical* level, there were some decent songs here and there. But I just don't like the legacy it created...


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103. "But you love Mobb Deep though?"
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Not trying to be snarky or anything but I remember you said you dig them and they were pretty much doing the same thing, weren't they?

However, I understand somewhat; I have often given the pass to east-coast gangsta rap for reasons I can't explain (maybe it comes across as less glamorizing and more focused on individuals rather than the gang aspect) but at the end of the day, it's the sound of the music that makes me enjoy it more. Like you, I never liked NWA too much and Ice T, Spice 1, Mack 10, Above the law, CMW and all the other ones never did shit for me while I thought (early) Ice Cube was dope as fuck. I wonder why? Maybe it was the Bomb Squad production on "AMW" but I LOvE ''Death Certificate" too and the beats on that one are west coast as fuck (P-funk samples in almost every song, handclap drums etc.)

  

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104. "I know, right? I'm a bit of a hypocrite, but I'll own up to it..."
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but to be fair, it's all about the production. Because them dudes ain;t doin' SHIT on the mic.

Also, considering that Q-Tip is rumored to have produced "The Infamous", it's kinda obvious that there's a steady decline in quality since then.







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105. "and now that I think about it, THIS sums it up:"
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>However, I understand somewhat; I have often given the pass to
>east-coast gangsta rap for reasons I can't explain (maybe it
>comes across as less glamorizing and more focused on
>individuals rather than the gang aspect) but at the end of the
>day, it's the sound of the music that makes me enjoy it more.
>Like you, I never liked NWA too much and Ice T, Spice 1, Mack
>10, Above the law, CMW and all the other ones never did shit
>for me while I thought (early) Ice Cube was dope as fuck. I
>wonder why? Maybe it was the Bomb Squad production on "AMW"


that's pretty much my EXACT sentiment.


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148. "Just admit it...it's called...er...Regional bias"
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66. "That song kind of 'saved' Cube to me...."
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If I'm honest he was starting to slip a lil with the Predator, taking on other rappers' styles and shit. Though, that album probably had Cube's best known single on it, and it opened in classic Cube style: the first track after the opener was always a big "Fuck You" song.

From NWA through Death Certificate... Cube was one of my favorite rappers for real.

  

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95. "''When will they shoot'' is up there with PE's &quot;Brothers gonna work..."
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...as one of those Hip-Hop songs that just crush everything in its path; I don't like the Predator too much either but that song has always slayed to me; it's the type of Hip-Hop song that could substitute for some crushing metal when I'm in *that* mood...

  

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142. "Yep"
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>...as one of those Hip-Hop songs that just crush everything
>in its path; I don't like the Predator too much either but
>that song has always slayed to me; it's the type of Hip-Hop
>song that could substitute for some crushing metal when I'm in
>*that* mood...

and good looks on that PE track, that was one of my favorites on FEAR OF A BLACK PLANET... the video was a classic too.

"In 1995, you'll twist to this"

Damn right.

  

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78. "RE: Ice Cube - Lethal Injection"
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Me too. Looks like we might have a winner...

  

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97. "RE: Ice Cube - Lethal Injection"
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I liked Lethal Injection more than Predator. I always compared Cube releases to Death Certificate and Predator was more of a let down. On Lethal at least Cube went back to more west coast sounding production.
Looking back now though i'd probably say Predator is the better album, sans the Das Efx and Cypress Hill biting...

  

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17. "last two..."
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...Redman LP's...duke is shell of what he was...sad really...

others:

Mobb Deeps last two to 3 LP's...how hard can one skinny crew be? How many cats have they claimed to kill on tracks, got old...not to mention the fall off in the beats department...
Jay Z--after Blueprint I was done...
Busta--don't really know which ones, but he just fell hard...duke always shines in spots, but as a whole project, can't do it...

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18. "Pharcyde - Plain Rap"
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I was a mega-Pharcyde fan with their first two albums, especially "Bizarre Ride" which I about played a hole in. Best free CD I ever got - I lifted it from our college radio station's promo stack in '93, and that's the copy I still own, worn as it is. Anyway, when they put out that EP in 2000 I was psyched to see them return, having no idea of the group's inner turmoil or any of that mess. I bought the EP, listened to it twice, and HATED it. But it was their first thing released after 5 years and it looked like it was just kind of tossed out there (that cover art... smh), so when "Plain Rap" hit I still snapped it up without having heard a lick of it.

Never again. Done with 'em. They fell off as hard as anybody has ever fallen off, in every phase of their game.

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28. "RE: Pharcyde - Plain Rap"
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...no doubt...horrible product...

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38. "That album sucked, agreed."
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88. "No FAT LIP so it doesn't count."
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>I was a mega-Pharcyde fan with their first two albums,
>especially "Bizarre Ride" which I about played a hole in.
>Best free CD I ever got - I lifted it from our college radio
>station's promo stack in '93, and that's the copy I still own,
>worn as it is. Anyway, when they put out that EP in 2000 I
>was psyched to see them return, having no idea of the group's
>inner turmoil or any of that mess. I bought the EP, listened
>to it twice, and HATED it. But it was their first thing
>released after 5 years and it looked like it was just kind of
>tossed out there (that cover art... smh), so when "Plain Rap"
>hit I still snapped it up without having heard a lick of it.
>
>
>Never again. Done with 'em. They fell off as hard as anybody
>has ever fallen off, in every phase of their game.


That album only had three of them on it, no? It def didn't have Fat Lip. So it doesn't count.


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89. "That seems like an arbitrary cutoff point"
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Does "Niggaz4life" not count as N.W.A.? I mean yeah, lack of Fatlip is a big part of why post-"Labcabin" Pharcyde sucks, but it's not like the group was called Fatlip and the Pharcydes. He was just one member out of a bunch of them - though as it turned out, he might have been the most important one.

I also don't get what happened to Imani. Probably my favorite on "Bizarre Ride" tied with Fatlip, and he induces sleepytime nowadays.

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20. "Elephunk"
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remember when BEP was like, an actual semi-underground rap group?

  

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27. "RE: Elephunk"
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Yup, I remember when they made quality ish...saw them open for The Roots years ago...

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25. "Prince (even though it's not really true)"
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(because I dug 20ten and some of his 3-piece suit(e) that he dropped the year prior)


"My Name Is Prince" was the warning shot, "Gangster Glam" was the time I had to start ducking.

but for a long time I missed a lot of his music because his early '90s period was so ... laughable.

"Gett Off" (a song I remember liking) performed at the MTV Music Awards with the booty-out pants.... the symbol, everything.

  

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79. "Prince's Gold Album"
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I was riding with him on the symbol album but Gold was it.

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31. "Hip-Hop is Dead"
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I already knew that Nas sucked, but that really sealed the deal for me.

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44. "I left the tour after "I Am""
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64. "^^^^ Likes His Hip-Hop With Meatpies and Footballs"
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>I already knew that Nas sucked, but that really sealed the
>deal for me.

  

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32. "The Eminem Show"
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It was actually a pretty decent album, and compared to Encore it was a work of art. But it was that album where I realized "I've probably heard everything I need to hear from this guy." Combination of him getting worse and me completely losing my desire to listen to shock rap (this album concided with, I believe my sophomore year of high school so I guess I was maturing beyond wanting to hear him talk about raping his mother anymore). I listened to Encore like twice and my feelings were confirmed. Have yet to give a single Eminem album post-Encore a single spin and don't plan on it.


Others:



Redman - Malpractice. Still love Red to death but he ain't even trying anymore.

Mobb Deep - Blood Money. They've just run their course. Havoc should transition into a career of strictly producing, and Prodigy should probably retire.

50 Cent - Curtis. He completely lost all remnants of his "Power Of The Dollar" steez, combined with that ridiculous tiff with Kanye, he started to become extremely grating as a person and an artist. I've since come to appreciate him as a person (some of the shit he says and does is wild entertaining) but still don't fucks with his music anymore.



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33. "RE: The Eminem Show - same for me, fam."
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i thought it had a couple of joints (especially "say what you say"), but i couldn't vibe to the album too much.

i've heard eminem wreck it a few times recently, so i can respect that, but i can't see myself copping another eminem album. still own the first two, though.

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68. "any hip hop fan with ears would agree "
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90. "Disagree with what?"
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There were many points made in my post.

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92. "uhhh...you may wanna re-read his response, bro."
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143. "hahaha"
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107. "Bingo, RE: Blood Money"
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Completely lost all interest in Mobb Deep at that point

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34. "the O.C. album after Jewelz...whatever that was."
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Diamond D's second album.

BlackSheep's second album.

IMMOBILARITY. prior to OBFCL2, i hadn't had any desire to fool with Rae anymore. he's on time out status again, actually. Shaolin vs. Wu Tang didn't do much for me.

Prince - Musicology

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35. "that mobb deep album after murda muzik"
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infamy? is that what it's called?

bought it, listened to it once, now it's somewhere at the bottom of my storage bins.

didn't buy any mobb stuff after that.

PRINCE beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/17th-day
D'ANGELO beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/smack-your-ass-pull-your-hair
IPHONE LP2 “A beatmaker who loved” https://music.apple.com/us/album/a-beatmaker-who-loved/1473644375

  

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40. "Yeah, that Infamy album had maybe two tracks but otherwise garbage"
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Haven't bought a Mobb Deep album since Murda Musik.


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42. "you made it further than ME. "Murda Musik" was the last one."
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I hope they saved the money they stole from me... it's the last they'll ever get.


and even if I entertained the idea of them making things right, "Return of the Mac" convinced me that it was best that we all go our separate ways.

a LOT of you cats rode HARD for that album... *cough*MistaModerata and DJ Contact*cough


That shit was TURRIBLE. 45 minutes of babbling and cursing. mostly babbling...


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47. "haha"
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"murda muzik" had some flashes of stuff that kept me interested--e.g. that alchemist song with kool g. rap. i kindly disliked the majority of that album though.

but going into "infamy" i thought, "man, i can't WAIT to see what kind of fire P is gonna give us coming off of 'the takeover'! he's gonna be motivated and take that crown back!!"

nuthin.

no matter how much positive attention "return of the mac" and that other P solo got, it wasn't enough for me after MM and infamy.

damn shame.

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49. "you know how you kinda 'don't mind' when shit gets stolen?"
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yeah. My cousin was in my car, and I left "Return of the Mac" on the seat...right where I knew he'd be sitting...with a 5 Dollar bill taped to it.

Me: "Man...I hope nothing EVER happens to this Prodigy album...it's so amazingly awesome that I'll NEVER stop listening to it!!!"


He didn't bite.

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51. "still not worth it??? too funny"
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PRINCE beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/17th-day
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74. "boooooooooooooooooooo, enwurd, boo."
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100. "that shit was turrible, and you know it, Kramer..."
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138. "i'm the one who dubbed you a copy!!"
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i love it. *still on the Prodigy/Mobb Deep bandwagon*

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123. "I'm glad someone else said this..."
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...I thought I was the only one that thought ROTM sucked, because the consensus around here seems to be that it was great.

That said, I still fuck with Mobb Deep. Free Agents and Amerikkaz Nightmare worked for me.

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139. "Amerikkkaz Nightmare was dope."
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>That said, I still fuck with Mobb Deep. Free Agents and
>Amerikkaz Nightmare worked for me.

the bonus disc for Free Agents was better than the actual disc.

>...I thought I was the only one that thought ROTM sucked,
>because the consensus around here seems to be that it was
>great.

i still love ROTM. Blood Money had some solid joints on it, but i didn't hear it until way after it came out.

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36. "Dr. Dre has gotten under my skin..."
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...I've been waiting for Detox since I finished college, so I'm kinda done waitin'. I know this isn't exactly what you all are discussing, but I think when an artist goes on a lifelong hiatus from his/her fans only leaving a sprinkle here and there, you become no longer interested in whatever it is you anticipated.

There are a lot of albums that leave you sour. Like some of you, Things Fall Apart was not great to me. And Electric Circus was my straw with Common. But you know what? A lotta artists f**k up. If I gave up on Nas after Nastradamus, I'd be one lonely hip-hopper. If you're a true fan of their work, you'll stay loyal...just not always content with what they put out.

  

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52. "Don't worry"
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Dre will fit perfectly into this post once "Detox" drops.

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37. "Busta Rhymes - It Ain't Safe No More"
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I still check for the occasional single or jay dee produced joint but as far as albums I just don't care anymore.


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39. "relapse"
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and curtis

  

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43. "None Really Cause I Still Check"
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The only artists I don't check for is the ones that I didn't like from the beginning, but once in a while I'll peep out a tune or two by those kats as well just cause, I'm open to hear something if I think it might be worth a listen.


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45. "I'm gonna cop that last Jamiroquai outta loyalty. "
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but yeah...I was straight after "A Funk Oddysey". To be fair, "Dynamite" was pretty damned good, but as far as "blind, day-it-came-out" purchases? Jamiroquai doesn't really top that list anymore...


I quit *waiting* for new JMQI shit between "AFO" and "Dynomite"...


( and judging by the singles I heard from the "Dust Light..." album? it ain't too good...)


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48. "last Jamiroquai album I bought was Dynamite :("
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>but yeah...I was straight after "A Funk Oddysey". To be fair,
>"Dynamite" was pretty damned good, but as far as "blind,
>day-it-came-out" purchases? Jamiroquai doesn't really top that
>list anymore...

His shit ain't poppin' like that no more.
>
>
>I quit *waiting* for new JMQI shit between "AFO" and
>"Dynomite"...
>
>
>( and judging by the singles I heard from the "Dust Light..."
>album? it ain't too good...)

RDLS has a few joints like "White Knuckle Ride" and "She's a Fast Persuader" but overall I'm missing the upright bass and funk from Stuart Zender in theeeee worst way.
>
>
>


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50. "I one of the few people who actually LIKED "Dynamite"..."
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but as Harriet Wheeler once said:

"here's where the story ends..."


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46. "Jay-Z-Kingdom Come"
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after this, I don't really listen to anything post Black album.

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54. "Street Hop"
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Black Album to a degree
Battle of the Sexes
Last 2 Walk
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55. "DMX - And then there was X. I thought it was cool-decent"
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But I just lost interest in him for some reason

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61. "I stayed on until Grand Champ,"
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"And Then There Was..." was the beginning of the end though. Then all the drug shit, it's like, this much bad shit should not be happening to one person, unless they're bringing it on themselves.

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57. "RE: Albums that made you stop checking for an artist/act"
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DMX - Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood
Eminem - Relapse
Lil Wayne - Tha Carter IV
Asher Roth - Asleep In the Bread Aisle
Rick Ross - Teflon Don
Van Hunt - What Were You Hoping For?
Georgia Anne Muldrow - Umsindo
Slum Village - Detroit Deli


On The Lookout 4:
some new music. WTF is going on this year?

  

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58. "Tricky- Blowback"
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71. "the muggs and dame grease one for me"
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i was thinking about going back and checking out his later stuff, but now i'm hesitant, i guess.

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D'ANGELO beat tape https://chrisp.bandcamp.com/album/smack-your-ass-pull-your-hair
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121. ""Angels w/ Dirty Faces" was the end of the line for me."
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______******_______******______******

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59. "I can't really help but keep checking unless artists disco gets crazy"
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massive (looks at Myka 9, Prince types) but there are albums that have definitely made me feel like there's nothing an artist can do to make me like them as much as I used to anymore.

Eminem - Recovery (drained whatever small hope Relapse gave me forever)
Alicia Keys - whatever her last album was called, everything good about her was pretty much dead
Wiz Khalifa - Rolling Papers (to be fair I thought everything else he did besides Kush&OJ sucked too, but that tape was ROCKIN)
Method Man - Tical 0 or whatever the fuck that mess was called
Hold Steady - Stay Positive (this is an instance where I didn't even know they've released more albums, apparently two)



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60. "Illmatic"
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Nas lost.

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62. "Ludacris - Release Therapy"
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I think for people from Atlanta around my age, Luda feels like a close friend, since he was a radio personality that I'd been listening to since he was an intern. He just makes shittacular albums. His amazing guest features make his albums seem even more shitty.

Some other ones, just looking at my CD collection from my seat....

Whatever was the Ginuwine album after 100%, because there wasn't any Timbo production on there.

The first non-Bad Boy 112 album.

50's Curtis album.

Amerie's Touch album. I found I couldn't take a whole album of hers.

I don't really ever wanna hear another full Bone Thugs n Harmony album.

No more Chamillionaire albums or mixtapes.

No more Kelis albums if she's not gonna work with Pharrell or someone interesting.

I don't wanna hear Pimp C or Bun B solo again. It's evident when they don't have each other to play off of.

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124. "Sad but true."
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>I don't wanna hear Pimp C or Bun B solo again. It's evident
>when they don't have each other to play off of.

I stopped after the first Trill album.

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63. "Street's Disciple, Kingdom Come, Zooropa, The Fragile"
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65. "Malpractice by Redman"
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Jordan!

  

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67. "that album as a whole was incredible amounts of doo-doo."
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69. "Doc's the Game"
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Say what you will, but coming on the heels of Muddy Waters, I thought that LP was trash.

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76. "I thought that album was disappointing as well."
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>Say what you will, but coming on the heels of Muddy Waters, I
>thought that LP was trash.

mostly because of production, even though the album was still pretty damn funny ("BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRUCK YOOOOOOOOOOU" and the Sooperman Lover song with the funny-ass beat)

  

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77. "it was da prelude to da poo poo. n/m."
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75. "that joint was dreadful."
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110. "Agreed!"
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He'd totally jumped the shark by then. Docs Da Name was pretty crummy too, and there were some okay joints on both of them, but the magic was gone. Unfortunately, the magic in his lyricism and delivery had left by the time he attempted a comeback.

He's still one of the all-time greats, though. Without a doubt.

  

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125. "I forgot it existed until you posted it"
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I played it twice, never finished it once.

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70. "immobilarity"
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72. "808s and Heartbreak. Game Theory. Finding Forever."
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93. "WTF @ Game Theory"
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listen/connect with me:

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twitter: @amplifya / @hecticzeniths
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118. "Lol i dont think I got through it"
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And I haven't listened to a Roots album since

  

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80. "Surprised there aren't more Universal Mind Control votes."
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91. "RE: Most of us stopped at Finding Forever."
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~Austin

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108. "Same here!"
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I remember I bought UMC on the Zune marketplace for $1, that was when they were first launching. I bumped that shit front the back once, said "What the fuck?" (literally, out loud, by myself) and gave it another spin to make sure I wasn't trippin'. Never listened again; would've rather spent that $1 on a double cheeseburger.

People hate Finding Forever, but I fuck with that album tough. At least that had great records like Black Maybe, Start The Show, etc. UMC had nothing, IMO.

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81. "after gutter rainbows i'm not chekcing kweli like i used to..."
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blu...stopped caring about him 3 wack/unofficial/unmastered lps ago

and a bunch of west coast veterans have been dropping nothing but garbage recently so yeah...i'm not checking for them anymore

still i feel like i'm giving these artists way too many chances...lol

  

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82. "i hopped off after Quality."
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mistamonotone - taboo
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83. "Finding Forever, Elephunk, X&Y, Trinity: PPF"
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_______________________________________

<<progressions.

  

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84. "i don't understand the general dislike for Finding Forever"
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Jordan!

  

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85. "I don't think it was a 'bad' album"
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but it kinda just showed that Common really wasn't going to be doing this "rapping" thing for much longer

  

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86. "You're right, not "bad" but..."
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he got lazy and it showed. Had it's moments but it was clear his focus was elsewhere.

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87. "it was the point where he went dumbed-down fully. that SAG card line..."
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and that Jennifer Aniston line was the death of him in my eyes.

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<<progressions.

  

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111. "Those two lyrics define modern Common for me..."
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...and he is one of my top 5 all time.

I just stopped caring after I heard those two lines.

But that album *was* pretty good. I liked it a lot better than Be, believe it or not.

  

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136. "lol, 2 lines don't define an MC"
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its just rap music fellas, geez.

Jordan!

  

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145. "those were just examples. the album is filled with them."
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and the fact that he followed this up with UMC just proved it was a precursor to complete cornball status.

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94. "T.I.'s No Mercy"
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I haven't heard any of his new shit yet. I will eventually, but he lost me with that piece of buffalo.

  

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109. "Yeah, I lost a lot of faith in Tip w/that album."
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I understand they just rushed something out to eat off of before he went back to prison, but still, that was disgustingly bad. Still boggles my mind that they didn't just put out a greatest hits album instead - would've done numbers, less money to spend, they could've added 1-2 new tracks as bonuses, and IMO, Tip arguably has the best singles catalog of any rap artist.

Hopefully the new shit is dope though. He's been sounding hungry on what I've heard him on recently.

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96. "mop - foundation....i'm done with them..."
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140. "that joint was mad forgettable."
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they have a new album coming out really soon, and i barely care. SMH.

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98. "Mosaic Thump."
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i was disappointed by Stakes Is High, but i gave them another shot w/Mosaic Thump. it was their last.

fuck you.

  

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101. "You should give "Bionix" a listen. It made me check for 'em again."
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102. "RE: And Bionix has aged well."
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Mosaic Thump was pretty bland, but besides a couple tracks on Bionix, it's a really solid back to basics album.

And it has 'Trying People.' Automatic win.

~Austin

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114. "Amen to this. I thought I was the only DeLa fan who hated Stakes"
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http://clydefrazierapproves.com/
http://stylepoints.tumblr.com/

"Like 4 out of 5 things you say on OKP offend me." -FireBrand

  

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115. "Your'e not...."
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Well, in the context of Hip-Hop as a whole, I didn't hate it but in the context of the musical universe that De La Soul had created for themselves, it was so underwhelming it's not even funny... NOTHING I like about that band except some solid emceeing is there to be found, terribly dull record...

  

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141. "i kinda liked it, man (c) De La Is Dead"
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it hasn't aged that well though. i was listening to it recently and couldn't wait for it to go off.

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112. "Thank god I didn't stop checking for Q-Tip..."
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...after those wack ass "Kamaal the Abstract" and "Live at the Renaissance" demos.

"The Renaissance" is one of the best hip hop albums of the past decade IMO. Love that shit.

  

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113. "and people REFUSE to acknowledge it's greatness..."
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>"The Renaissance" is one of the best hip hop albums of the
>past decade IMO. Love that shit.


Yep. I agree one hundred percent.


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116. "RE: Just last week, I said even less. . ."
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. . .and these flip-flopping mofos tried to take me to task for it:

http://board.okayplayer.com/okp.php?az=show_topic&forum=5&topic_id=2621948&mesg_id=2621948&listing_type=search#2622057

So be careful there, Mr. Haley.

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117. "well everyone knows that Lessonites are insane."
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119. "RE: and people REFUSE to acknowledge it's greatness..."
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>
>>"The Renaissance" is one of the best hip hop albums of the
>>past decade IMO. Love that shit.
>
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>Yep. I agree one hundred percent.
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totally in agreement. if people cant hear the beauty of that album
their ears are full of shit

  

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149. "Co-sign"
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The Renaissance was my favorite album the year it came out. It is basically the solo album Q-Tip/Tribe fans have been waiting for from him all along.

That Kamaal the Abstract album, although well made, was just not my style. Maybe I'll revisit it if I remember and I am in the mood, but my musical AD/HD prevents me from playing it all the way through.. It's not that it's bad, I just don't have the patience to let the songs ride out.


White Bronco.

  

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120. "Year of The Dog... Again"
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Leather In The Summer.
Silk In The Winter.


Twice upon a time,
there was a boy who died...
And lived happily ever after...

But that's another chapter...

  

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122. "Reasonable Doubt - Jay-Z"
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I first heard it because my boy talked me into buying it for him back in like '96 but i didn't get what was so fly about it until like 3 months ago. i had bought the Black Album so that was more of my intro to Jay-Z than Reasonable Doubt, but I went all those years doubting the hype.

I was a big Chemical Brother's fan until Come With Us and i thought they fell off with that album...until I heard it a couple of years later and it was like listening to a completely different album. now i feel the same way about the Push the Button album.

I also stopped following De La after the Bionix album. i think i'm gonna have to give it another go, if only for the Grind Date.

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126. "the strokes - first impressions of earth"
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127. "ghostface - the big doe rehab"
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128. "dj shadow - the outsider"
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129. "massive attack - 100th window"
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130. "bjork - volta"
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131. "sufjan stevens - the age of adz"
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132. "cypress hill - skull & bones"
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133. "cormega - born & raised"
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134. "interpol - our love to admire"
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135. "tv on the radio - nine pieces of light"
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(or whateva the fuck that weedplate wuz called)

  

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137. "Killah Priest - View From Masada"
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Heavy Mental was my shit, and I was really disappointed w/ this album. Haven't fucked with KP since.

  

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144. "GOBLIN"
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