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    right, well so far.

    not found Cypress Hill - i got these Cypress album - like Black Sunday a fair bit, Skull & Bones is ok - dont like Bones disc tho, III (Temples of Boom) is alright. Till Deat Do Us Part is alright to start with but after a few listens is shit - and talk about filler tracks, Bong Hit - wtf! waste of a track!
    so do you reckon i'll like either Stoned Raiders or IV??

    i bought The Firm for like 4 quid off ebay.
    im bidding on Kool Keith - Black Elvis/Lost in Space it isnt on my list but ive never heard one of his albums except for The Four Horsemen Ultramagnetic mc's. heard that Critical Beatdown, Dr.Octagon & Black Elvis are either classics or really good. im up for some obscure type rap too.

    might be getting Enter the Wu on vinyl cos i reckon it'll sound sick! and again - not on the list.

    buying Warcloud - Nightmares That Surface From Shallow Sleep &
    Smugling Booze In The Graveyard without any question.

    watching By All Means Necessary.

    watching Edan - Beaty & The Beat (not on list either.lol.)

    watching/waitng got answer to question Wualife Vol.1 (red cover/blue w). i could swear theres a vol.2 with a blue cover/red w

    jus found Nightmare In A-Minor - only a few quid buy it now, so im asking if its copied cos it seems a bit strange.


    question!!: why does 6 Feet Deep & Niggamortis have the same cover?? whats the difference in albums???
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    Don't get Legal Hustle, Mr. X-citement, or The Firm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldie
    which KRS albums are good?? i got Keep Right & Return of Da Boom Bap - well nice album!
    I Got Next is worth coppin'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldie
    im thinking on buying some of these:

    Cypress Hill - Stoned Raiders & IV
    R.A. The Rugged Man - Die Rugged Man Die
    Cormega - Legal Hustle
    Raekwon - The Lex Diamon Story
    U-God - Mr.Xcitement
    Lauryn Hill - Misseducation of Lauryn Hill
    Pras - Win Lose or Draw
    Wu Alife Mixtapes
    BDP - Criminal Minded
    BDP - BY All Means Necessary
    The Firm - The Firm
    Gravediggaz - Niggamortis & Nightmare In A-Minor

    so which do you reccomend???

    i reckon im deffinatley gunna get R.A Rugged Man & Lauryn Hill cos i heard they are real good - Lauryn a classic.
    The only great album there is LAURYN HILL's MISEDUCATION.....pick that up for sure its dope, and I am not really a fan of RnB....and I like it alot
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    just a question : how old are you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrenchShin
    just a question : how old are you ?
    me? 18, 19 mid march, why??
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    just because... to me, and i'm only 23, it's strange to see people discovering The Fugees or Lauryn Hill only now.

    but, no offense, there might be stuff i don't know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrenchShin
    just because... to me, and i'm only 23, it's strange to see people discovering The Fugees or Lauryn Hill only now.

    but, no offense, there might be stuff i don't know...
    ah its cool man. ive known of The Fugees for years but never liked em. i only bought The Score cos it was a quid, and i think the album is real nice so i got Blunted on reality - which is a disspointment. which came first?? so after i get into a group i like to check em out solo. hence asking about Pras' album too. not bothered about Wyclef just yet.
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    so far i bought:
    Gravediggaz - Nightmare in a-minor
    R.A The rugged man - die rugged man die
    Wu alife vol.1 (red cover)
    kool Keith - black elvis/lost in space
    the firm - the firm
    i intend on getting those two warcloud albums. just waiting for the seller to answer my question. and still thinkin about Lauryn Hill album.
    "Read the sign hip-hoppers"

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldie
    yeah but what's the genre seems as it not much hip-hop? soul? jazz?
    Hip Hop but with R&B flavour....in some stretches...but trust me that Lauryn album was golden
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