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    Muddywaters is classic too
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    The joint with Christiana Aguilera is his best





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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Yo View Post
    hahahaha.

    like his albums are wack. y'all can admit it. way too many corny ass skits.

    i admitted that the dude can rip it. but i seriously do think his albums are lacking.

    just not my taste i guess. and i always hear about how hes got classics and i listened to those classics and i also revisited them classics (precisely when People Say dropped cause i got the itch for Red again) and hey... didnt like em. i just ended up spinning Blackout! instead.

    id rather listen to DJ Quik's Quik is the Name as an album front to back than anything by Red other than stand alone tracks. and i hate west coast hip hop.

    Red's cool though dont get it twisted. his episode on MTV Cribs was ill. but im not a big fan of sifting through shit to hear good tracks.

    real shit: y'all couldnt even put together a halfway decent flowing project and i guarantee that. hence my opinion.

    more real shit: y'all Redman dick riders hahah
    his albums were bloated, but are full of great tracks. i've never really been one to listen to albums front to back even back in my pre-computer days, but if that's a big deal for you, surely 90% of rap albums are trash?

    i don't think i could name more than 10 or maybe 20 hip hop albums i would listen to front to back and at least 5 would be wu tang.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hotnikks View Post
    Muddywaters is classic too
    So is Whut

    Dude has 3 classics easily
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    I don't mind skits, especially if they're great like 36 Chambers. I can't imagine 36 chambers and Cuban Linx without their skits. It's rare that they complement the music but when they do they make an album and experience.

    Redman's skits are all great. I've laughed out loud listening to his albums. I can listen to Muddy Waters front and back and used to back in the day. Idk how I forgot how much I like the album. Redman has a lot of personality and the skits help because the songs aren't enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rat fakerman View Post
    his albums were bloated, but are full of great tracks. i've never really been one to listen to albums front to back even back in my pre-computer days, but if that's a big deal for you, surely 90% of rap albums are trash?

    i don't think i could name more than 10 or maybe 20 hip hop albums i would listen to front to back and at least 5 would be wu tang.
    exactly what im saying.

    and no, no way. i know wayyyyyyyyyyyy more than 20 hip hop albums that i listen to front to back. so 90% is obvi an exaggeration. obviously i like to listen to all albums front to back and if i cant do that (without skipping more than a few tracks) its weak and it is a slight on the artist and their ability to make an album/craft in general.

    and before anyone says anything. Canibus is guilty of this as well but he's got one classic so ima ride his dick like y'all are ridding Red's.

    real shit: Canibus is a better writer than Red.

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    Rip the jacker aint fuckin with reds first 3 albums Sorry.

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    ^^^

    2000 BC is though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Yo View Post
    real shit: Canibus is a better writer than Red.


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    Muddy waters, dare is a dark side and Whutt? are all heat in my opinion. Classic material for. Like 2pac, I enjoyed his first 3-4 albums way more than the rest of his catalogue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Yo View Post
    exactly what im saying.

    and no, no way. i know wayyyyyyyyyyyy more than 20 hip hop albums that i listen to front to back. so 90% is obvi an exaggeration. obviously i like to listen to all albums front to back and if i cant do that (without skipping more than a few tracks) its weak and it is a slight on the artist and their ability to make an album/craft in general.

    and before anyone says anything. Canibus is guilty of this as well but he's got one classic so ima ride his dick like y'all are ridding Red's.

    real shit: Canibus is a better writer than Red.
    name some, i'm genuinely interested.



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    ^^^

    okay. ill get you 20. pulling out my ipod that i use at work.

    albums that i listen to FRONT TO BACK. skits (if any) including.

    Aesop Rock - Labor Days and None Shall Pass
    Atmosphere - When Life Gives You Lemons (not my fav by them but i dont skip any of those tracks)
    Canibus - 2000 BC
    DMX - It's Dark
    Dr. Dooom - First Come First Served
    GZA - Liquid Swords
    Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep
    Hail Mary Mallon - Are You Going to Eat That?
    Holocaust - Blue Sky Black Death Presents The Holocaust
    Jean Grae - The Evil Jeanius
    KA - Honor Killed the Samurai
    Kid Cudi - Man on the Moon
    Killah Priest - Planet of the Gods (havent listened to Heavy Mental in a while forget if there are skippable tracks on that one or not)
    Kanye West - Graduation and 808's and Heartbreak
    Kool Keith - Matthew and Sex Style
    Nacho Picasso - Stoned and Dethroned
    P.O.S. - Audition
    Raekwon - OB4CL

    21 i think if i counted right. and i didnt even mention the ones that were straight off the dome.

    that was just a lil mix of the most recent hip hop ive been listening to while at work.

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    I don't really skip tracks on any albums I listen to. I don't listen to albums if they have more than one or 2 bad tracks. Even that's pushing it. Like I prob won't listen to the new MK album again cos it has 2 shitty songs on it.

    Skits are an exception. Since I got back into listening to hip hop a bit I'm trying to make an effort to just delete skits so I don't have to bother skipping them.

    I've been on some if you can't make a good album then I don't give a fuck about anything you do, shit, for many years now.


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    Your not much of a hip hop fan if there is only 20 or so albums you can listen to all the way through





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