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Old 11-17-2007, 07:10 AM   #76
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it's an 80s oldie (nto goldie)
2 girls rapping over a New Year's Day sample
masterly titles "A bit of U2"

it's a classic in its own right

sounds interesting but i can't find any clips of it- do you have any?
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Old 11-17-2007, 07:24 AM   #77
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I'm looking too, but so far no luck

understandably so I guess since it's not the best song ever
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heh, ok.
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Old 12-30-2007, 03:35 PM   #79
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Holy shit.

While half-drunk last night, I found a "Top 100 Hip-Hop tracks" list online and downloaded about 60 of them. I'm listening now to what I downloaded...unbelievable

I figured it was a good time to revive this thread.
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Outkast
MF DOOM

yes
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Old 02-10-2008, 03:42 PM   #82
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I just sort of realized hip-hop is fucking awesome, and this thread is ridiculously helpful.

Nas and Eminem and some Outkast are amazing.

This thread.



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The only hip hop albums I own are Jurassic 5's Quality Control and Power In Numbers. Love em both.
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Diemen, Dave C could recommend tons of albums, but, might I just say that you should buy The Low End Theory by A Tribe Called Quest. I loved it when it came out 17 years ago, and still do.
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thanks for the recommendation, nsw - I'll check it out.
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thanks for the recommendation, nsw - I'll check it out.
Good....if you hate it, sorry.

Again, Dave C is more the connoisseur, but since neither of us are hip hop devotees, perhaps you will like the album, too.

Let me know, ok?
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The Low End Theory

Also recommended: "Hard to Earn" by Gang Starr and "Illmatic" by Nas.
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The only hip hop albums I own are Jurassic 5's Quality Control and Power In Numbers. Love em both.
Beastie Boys' Paul's Boutique is art. Also, Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt and Nas' Illmatic are essential.
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Paul's Boutique

High Plains Drifter, FTW.
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Nas' Illmatic are essential.
I just downloaded it.
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