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    These two along with Cypress Hill III Make up my top three hip-hop albums. The former two are way too underrated.

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    over - the chronic

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    i'd agree that reasonable doubt is jay-zs best, thats one of the most intelligently written albums of all time imo. the blueprint is a close second though. it was just one of those moments in hip hop where everything came together, just beautiful shimmering soul productions and a masterclass in arrogance. if you don't like jay-z then fair enough but most jay-z fans would agree thats one of his best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Sobotka View Post




    These two along with Cypress Hill III Make up my top three hip-hop albums. The former two are way too underrated.
    The Psycho Realm album is underrated. Half the album is solid and the other half is listenable. Can put the album on and play it all the way through. Great album for their first release and they probably would of got more notice if shit didn't happen to Duke. I think the name of the group made me ignore them as I only came across their albums a couple years ago. Now I listen to them regularly as a change of pace.

    I'm not sure i agree with the DJ Muggs vs Sick Jacken album being underrated. There's some average and filler tracks, boring interludes, and spanish tracks that not everyone will care to hear on the regular. I pretty much only listen to 'God's Banker', 'Mask and the Assassin' and '2012' from this album.
    Last edited by madchild; 03-12-2013 at 06:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machine Gun Funk View Post
    beautiful shimmering soul productions.... a masterclass in arrogance.
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    In terms of Jay-Z, I think "American Gangster" is one of his best, and it is often underrated.

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    Yep, solid album.



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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    In terms of Jay-Z, I think "American Gangster" is one of his best, and it is often underrated.
    Definitely, i think it combines the classic soul beats of blueprint with the lyrical themes of reasonable doubt.

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    American Gangster is a very good album, need to listen to that shit again.

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    I think American Gangster is probably better than the Black Album.

    What did you guys think of Blueprint 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    I think American Gangster is probably better than the Black Album.
    Lol.

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    2 is trash, 3 is even worse

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    overrated: Snoop dogg - doggystyle
    underrated: Jin - The rest is history

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