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    Default The most lyrical album of all time?

    Yo,
    The title says it all. What is the best album of all time as far as lyrics go and explain why.

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    explain why?

    Listen to the album start 2 finish, and it explains itself.

    nuff said


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan Michaelz View Post


    explain why?

    Listen to the album start 2 finish, and it explains itself.

    nuff said
    Liquid Swords is one of my favorites as well but Grandmasters may be his best as far as lyrics go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    Liquid Swords is one of my favorites as well but Grandmasters may be his best as far as lyrics go.

    Queens Gambit is the best track off that album


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    DJ MUGGS GRANDMASTERS DISAPPOINTING BEATS MAKE THE ALBUM WACK,

    HOW DOES A TEMPLES OF BOOM PRODUCER TURN WACk?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan Michaelz View Post
    Queens Gambit is the best track off that album
    Probably true. Exploitation of Mistakes is a classic as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COLUMBIANA View Post
    DJ MUGGS GRANDMASTERS DISAPPOINTING BEATS MAKE THE ALBUM WACK,

    HOW DOES A TEMPLES OF BOOM PRODUCER TURN WACk?
    The production sounded very "Wu" to me.

    "The day Buddha was born it rained tea instead of water" - Warcloud

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    Because I said so!



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    ^

    good call

    Pun FTW


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    There are a lot of albums in terms of lyrics that easily surpass Capital Punishment.

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    Big L - Lifestyles ov da poor and dangerous

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    There are a lot of albums in terms of lyrics that easily surpass Capital Punishment.

    Maybe so, but few can compare with the delivery


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    Wu-Tang Forever.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattch82 View Post
    Wu-Tang Forever.



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