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    Infamous = more classic

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    The Infamous has better beats, but Hell on Earth is good as well. I don't think the level of rhymes got that much worse. The Infamous had a lot of good quotables. Classic gangsta album, Prodigy forgot his style.

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    what's wrong with sucking titties ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    CJ is right on point with this. Infamous is a great album and Hell On Earth isn't bad, it just isn't nearly as good as Infamous. It was like Infamous 2.0 and was fairly boring in comparison.
    I like Hell On Earth a lot, it has a more polished sound than The Infamous, just like Wu-Forever has a more polished sound than 36 Chambers, they all are 5 star classics to me.
    Last edited by Apocalypse; 07-14-2013 at 03:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    I like Infamy album pictures.
    yeah, me 2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    I like Hell On Earth a lot, it has a more polished sound than The Infamous, just like Wu-Forever has a more polished sound than 36 Chambers, they all are 5 star classics to me.
    I don't know man, both Hell On Earth and Infamous sound like some gritty shit to me. Forever is MUCH more polished than 36 Chambers though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    I don't know man, both Hell On Earth and Infamous sound like some gritty shit to me. Forever is MUCH more polished than 36 Chambers though.
    HoE has a much more polished sound than The Infamous, its just a year span from one album to another, but just compare Party Over to Cant Get Enough Of It for exemple.

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    Yeah Hav's beats on Hell On Earth were crisper sounding. Musically he zoned in on the most popular parts of The Infamous with all the minor key pianos and strings.

    Mobb have a sick legacy.



    Even the real first album is sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sosa View Post
    Yeah Hav's beats on Hell On Earth were crisper sounding. Musically he zoned in on the most popular parts of The Infamous with all the minor key pianos and strings.

    Mobb have a sick legacy.



    Even the real first album is sick.
    on the album credits it says this track was produced by Prodigy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    on the album credits it says this track was produced by Prodigy.
    Yeah, P said he used to make beats in his book.

    Only album that wasn't good out of all their projects and solos was blood money.

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