Your favorite Hip Hop album[s]

Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Chalaco, Jan 26, 2004.

  1. Chalaco Registered Senior Member

    I can see this cat is a rap head. I shall post some of my many favorite hip hop albums soon. Hip hop heads: stay tuned...
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  3. Esoteric Tragic Hero Registered Senior Member

    1. "Personal Journals", Sage Francis
    2. "The score", Fugees
    3. "It was written", Nas
    4. "I told You So", Chino XL
    5. "The Infamous", Mobb Deep

    This is my dorm room staple for Hip Hop. I dabble more into the Reggae (Sizzla Kolangi), Classical(Shubert) and Metal(Tool) though.
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  5. Wrong Robot Registered Senior Member

    Pete Rock has an album out now, it's like a compilation of sorts, Hip Hop underground soul classics it's very fresh, I'm liking it a lot.

    Also, I must say Diverse - One AM is quite possibly the best album I've heard in a long time, the beats are so fresh, so creative and dynamic, I only just got it a couple days ago, but I've listened to it at least a dozen times already.
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  7. YoungWriter Audiophile Registered Senior Member

    Beastie Boys- License to Ill or The Sounds of Science
  8. Neurocomp2003 Registered Senior Member

    besides the 2 i listed above

    Albums that I own that i stil like:
    Warren G's Regulator/return of the regulator
    Lox Money Power Respect
    Fugees the score
    Terror squad (the one with bigpun/fat joe)
    Coolio (yes coolio) My Soul
    X Restless
    Krayzies Thug Mentality
    KRS I Got Next
    Will Smiths big willie style.(only a couple of tracks like "just het two of us"
    Eminem's 3rd album
    Fredro Starr Solo album

    Albums I wish i owned(i gotta bad bad memory)
    Nate doggs 2x cd
    modddeep muziq or infamous
    Lazy bones Thug by nature
    Onyx's first album (not gonna type the name)
    Twista Adrenaline rush
    talib kweli, Kurupts, Lost boys, Bonethugs
  9. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

    I dig the classics the most:

    Eric B and Rakim
    Let the Rythm Hit 'Em
    It is just untouchable.

    Strictly Business

    Poor Righteous Teachers
    Holy Intellect

    3rd Bass
    The Cactus Album

    Straight Outta Compton

    and the list goes on...

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