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    Quote Originally Posted by WACKCLOUD AKA FLOOR TILE TANK View Post
    ROC MARCY DROPS GUTTER JEWELS OVER SICK BEATS THAT HAVE NERDS ASKING FOR DRUMS IN FEAR



    "dude wheres the drums"

    PARANOID WHITES ON DOWNERS & ANTIDEPRESSENTS CANT BUMP RICH NIGGA MUSIK
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    this is easily the best album of the year, i love how dark and grimey this shit is.. both from the production and vocal point of view.. Roc Marciano's turned into such a dope producer, listening to this LP, it doesn't matter if Alchemist, Q-Tip or Marcy did the beat because they all equally hot.. but then, he learned from the best.

    this and "Marcberg" are some of the best shit released in the last five years, but this might actually get the nod for being even iller. i love that Q-Tip brought in a real gangsta beat for this, haven't heard anything like that from him in a while. this is the type of albums that should get 5 mics ratings if The Source was still a respectable magazine.



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    Co sign everything you said.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WACKCLOUD AKA FLOOR TILE TANK View Post
    Lmao!! Truth be told

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    lol Smh @ the negativity of these "critiques"

    don't drop one liners about weak drums or mastering if you don't understand what goes into production, let alone the work of a producer / mc

    it's almost 2013... and artists might get home, or leave a strip club or sporting event and get inspired to lay out a few bars with a TASCAM 4 track



    if you have a problem with that kind of on the spot craftmanship, then you have a problem with the genre

    or yearn for some sort of pipe dream, perfectionist work flow your favorite artist will never take up, because you smell like internet herb

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    Production was lazy. it works and marcy is dope as fuck i just dont think this does him justice.

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    article from LA Weekly (the journalist spends too much time describing Roc's biceps)
    http://blogs.laweekly.com/westcoasts...os_angeles.php

    Pitchfork review ("Quite simply, nothing happens on Reloaded. At all" -- but they liked it a lot, gave it 8.1./10)
    http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/17301-reloaded/

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    lmao @ pitchfork reviewing Hip Hop

    they should stick to reviewing corny hipster bands

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    Album of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob View Post
    lmao @ pitchfork reviewing Hip Hop

    they should stick to reviewing corny hipster bands
    they get a hard-on for Wu and odd future, especially Ghostface, but not much else

    anyway, so far, this really is album of the year. Wu Block has the lyrics, Rare Chandeliers has the beats, but Reloaded has the ATMOSPHERE. the way the beats and movie samples tie in together is perfect, works well with Roc's lazy flow. he's not saying anything significant, just one-liner after one-liner, but what one-liners!

    "Fuck you with a horse's cock"

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