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Old 03-22-2008, 09:36 AM   #1
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what's the best outkast album?

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Or Aquemini.
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Aquemini.
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Yes, Aquemini. There's no fucking way that it's Stankonia, which does, though, have a number of tracks which are right around the best of this current decade.

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thanks. the only song I have off of that album is da art of storytellin' part 1. i will have to acquire the rest. your input is very much appreciated.
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well obviously the old school hip hop fans are going to say Aquemini (I'm surprised they went with something that recent), but if you really want to see what Big Boi and Andre 3000 are truly capable of, pick up the double album, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. It doesn't have as much pure rapping, but it's really a tour de force.

I'm sure there will be dissenters on my statements.

All of their albums are great, BTW.
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Does Aquemini have Humble Mumble on it? No? Ok, Stankonia is still my fav then.
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I love Aquemini, but everybody overrates it a bunch.
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well obviously the old school hip hop fans are going to say Aquemini (I'm surprised they went with something that recent), but if you really want to see what Big Boi and Andre 3000 are truly capable of, pick up the double album, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. It doesn't have as much pure rapping, but it's really a tour de force.

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Speakerboxxx runs rings around nearly everything, but I find The Love Below a tad tedious at times.
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Speakerboxxx runs rings around nearly everything, but I find The Love Below a tad tedious at times.
See, I think it's the complete opposite. The Love Below is incredible.
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well obviously the old school hip hop fans are going to say Aquemini (I'm surprised they went with something that recent), but if you really want to see what Big Boi and Andre 3000 are truly capable of, pick up the double album, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. It doesn't have as much pure rapping, but it's really a tour de force.

I'm sure there will be dissenters on my statements.

All of their albums are great, BTW.
If that were one record, it wouldn't only be Outkast's best, it would be one of the best five or so hip-hop records in history.

But it's/they're not, so it/they isn't/aren't.
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I don't know how you would make that flow, though. Andre's retro diversions would be hard to track alongside BB's more "normal" hip hop...
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I don't know how you would make that flow, though. Andre's retro diversions would be hard to track alongside BB's more "normal" hip hop...
Definitely, but song-for-song, it's (or, rather, it would be) just about unbeatable.
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