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Old 10-24-2007, 06:02 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt
Got this when it came out not knowing much rap, enjoyed it so much I jumped on the mid 90's rap bandwagon. Got into a lot of East coast rap, then branched off to the west. Got most of the 90's rap in my collection now.

Toby Keith - Greatest Hits Volume 1
Was into country for a while, but when I got this CD I realized how talented Toby was and what really good country was. Own all his CDs now, and branched off to others from the 90's.

Didn't really pick up a specific CD that changed music for me, just heard them on the radio a lot and realized I loved there music.

Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
This CD brings back memories of great lyrics and guitar playing for me. I have most albums from the Boss to date.

Wu Tang - Wu Tang Forever
Not there best Album, but diffidently the most played CD from them I have. I really enjoyed the style and great talent from the Wu. Picked up a bunch of CDs from the solo artists like RZA and Method Man. Great group with a lot of lyrical talent.

Just some that I can think of off the top of my head.
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