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Old 06-10-2013, 01:46 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Brother Ali - Shadows on the Sun
DANGERDOOM - The Mouse and the Mask
Gang Starr - Step in the Arena
Beastie Boys - Licensed to Ill
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Old 06-10-2013, 03:46 PM   #112 (permalink)
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And I have to agree with SoundgardenRocks, i did like some of the production on GKMC a good bit (mainly the mastering aspect i think) but no one beat on there can touch something like "4th Chamber" or the title track.
been listening to Black Up a lot recently. Great album. Production is top notch.
Let's clear some space out, so we can space out.
I dunno, I don't feel Liquid Swords, I've never been able to connect with it, just always washes over me. I can see Kendrick's every word in Good Kid.
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:55 PM   #113 (permalink)
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As much as I love GKMC and Liquid Swords, they sort of double as mood-pieces, so I can't listen to them EVERYWHERE. For example, I wouldn't put them on hanging out with friends usually. (Liquid Swords I might if I had some Wu friends)
GKMC has acouple of tracks ill play at parties but yeah Liquid Swords is more individual. What albums what are considerd "masterpieces" youd play at a party?

me id play some

Outkast
Tribe called quest- Low End Theory

Im blanking out right now for what albums id play but theres acouple more.
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:53 AM   #114 (permalink)
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@Goofle: Out of all the Beasties albums, LTI is your choice for masterpiece? You've got me curious now, what puts it above Paul's Boutique and Check Your Head for you?

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GKMC has acouple of tracks ill play at parties but yeah Liquid Swords is more individual. What albums what are considerd "masterpieces" youd play at a party?
Well album's that I consider masterpieces that I'd play at a party would be:

Redman - Whut Thee? Album
El-P - Cancer4Cure
Snoop - Doggystyle
Dre - 2001
Meth and Red - Blackout!
Wu-Tang Clan - 36 Chambers

and I'd Jay-Z's Vol. 2. (although I'm not sure I'd consider that a masterpiece)
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Old 06-12-2013, 01:06 AM   #115 (permalink)
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@Goofle: Out of all the Beasties albums, LTI is your choice for masterpiece? You've got me curious now, what puts it above Paul's Boutique and Check Your Head for you?



Well album's that I consider masterpieces that I'd play at a party would be:

Redman - Whut Thee? Album
El-P - Cancer4Cure
Snoop - Doggystyle
Dre - 2001
Meth and Red - Blackout!
Wu-Tang Clan - 36 Chambers

and I'd Jay-Z's Vol. 2. (although I'm not sure I'd consider that a masterpiece)
Dre 2001 definitely and Doggystyle. Redman wise I actually like Welcome To Da Bricks the most but I don't consider them classics in my opinion although I love Redman he says the funniest ****
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Old 06-12-2013, 03:09 AM   #116 (permalink)
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@ Soundgarden - I dunno, it was just my favourite when I went on a binge a month or two back. I'll check the track listings after work and explain more then.
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@ Soundgarden - I dunno, it was just my favourite when I went on a binge a month or two back. I'll check the track listings after work and explain more then.
Alright. LTI is a good album, no doubt, but to me it was Beasties' party album. They were much more artistic and interesting on later albums imo
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What albums what are considerd "masterpieces" youd play at a party?

Fugees - The Score
Nas - Stillmatic
DMX - It's Dark and Hell Is Hot
Talib Kweli - Quality
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Alright. LTI is a good album, no doubt, but to me it was Beasties' party album. They were much more artistic and interesting on later albums imo
I have LTI, PB and IL on the same rating in fairness.

Looking at the track listings, Ill Communication might be my fave.
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I have LTI, PB and IL on the same rating in fairness.

Looking at the track listings, Ill Communication might be my fave.
IC is great too! Did you ever check out "Hello Nasty"?
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