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Old 07-19-2013, 12:00 AM   #1021 (permalink)
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Tbh I'd rather listen to anything on TLB than Speakerboxxx tbh. I've never liked TWYM.

Actually, no, it's not better than Roses at all. Or Dracula's Wedding or My Favourite Things.
"My Favorite Things"? Really? It's okay for a cover song/Coltrane remix I guess but I've always viewed it as something I'd expect to find on an outtakes collection rather than an actual album.

Anyway I like both halves/albums, but Speakerboxxx has the stronger individual tracks for me. "Ghetto Musick", "Bowtie" and "The Way You Move" are some of my favorite Outkast songs. "Unhappy" is pretty good too. Hell, I even like "Intro".
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:06 AM   #1022 (permalink)
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"My Favorite Things"? Really? It's okay for a cover song/Coltrane remix I guess but I've always viewed it as something I'd expect to find on an outtakes collection rather than an actual album.

Anyway I like both halves/albums, but Speakerboxxx has the stronger individual tracks for me. "Ghetto Musick", "Bowtie" and "The Way You Move" are some of my favorite Outkast songs. "Unhappy" is pretty good too. Hell, I even like "Intro".
I was gonna mention Unhappy tbh, agree with you there.

But seriously Roses is one of the best tracks Outkast did. It's way better than TWYM.
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:08 AM   #1023 (permalink)
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I was gonna mention Unhappy tbh, agree with you there.

But seriously Roses is one of the best tracks Outkast did. It's way better than TWYM.
To me "Roses" sits alongside the likes of "Toilet Tisha" as Outkast stabs at muzak that really don't do it for me.
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Old 08-02-2013, 10:26 PM   #1024 (permalink)
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1. OutKast
2. Public Enemy
3. Nas
4. MF DOOM (although I prefer the DOOM/Madlib combo)
5. Notorious BIG
6. GZA
7. Eminem
8. Kanye West
9. Big L
10. Death Grips
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Old 08-02-2013, 10:32 PM   #1025 (permalink)
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1. OutKast
2. Public Enemy
3. Nas
4. MF DOOM (although I prefer the DOOM/Madlib combo)
5. Notorious BIG
6. GZA
7. Eminem
8. Kanye West
9. Big L
10. Death Grips
with the exception of death grips that is a terrific list. id have them in different order but almost all of the same artists. im glad to see gza on there, hes my boi
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with the exception of death grips that is a terrific list. id have them in different order but almost all of the same artists. im glad to see gza on there, hes my boi
Thanks.

What don't you like about Death Grips, by the way?
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What don't you like about Death Grips, by the way?
i only really listened to exmilitary but in general i dont like '''dark' rap or whatever you would call it. i dont like odd future either. i dunno its too 'experimental' to me and too far from the core of what i consider rap tbh
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i only really listened to exmilitary but in general i dont like '''dark' rap or whatever you would call it. i dont like odd future either. i dunno its too 'experimental' to me and too far from the core of what i consider rap tbh
Fair enough. I must admit I didn't like Exmilitary that much but their last two albums were amazing in my opinion.

I dislike OF as well, though.
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:37 AM   #1029 (permalink)
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Nas on number one. I don't care about the other ranks. But Nas on #1.
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Old 08-05-2013, 04:20 PM   #1030 (permalink)
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This was hard....In no particular order:

Nas
Krs-One
2pac
Rakim
Chuck D/Public Enemy
Guru/Gangstarr
LL Cool J
NWA
Run DMC
Wu Tang Clan

Honorable mentions: Mos Def, The Fugees, , A Tribe Called Quest

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