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    Default Rip the Jacker-Greatest Modern Album

    That's what I feel...just based on the soundscapes of the album, Canibus smashed the shit, and did the whole album so incredibly...he hit all four goals for lyricism: Vocabulary, Flow, Voice, Wit...Stoupe sounded like he should've: a second MC...he spit through his beats, really...because he had to make the beats AROUND Canibus, he put his voice out...just some of my thoughts...drop your thoughts on this classic...

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    shis is too much heat on that album man canibus did wit this album prolly one his three strongest album next to 2000 B.C. & Mic Club:The Cirruciulm
    i'd give it five mics on the premess of his topics and vocabulary and also flow was there and even wit poet lauraute 2 is a classic example of rhyming in it's purest form

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    stoupe laid it down 4 real tho too

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    this album was just average for me
    i liked 2000 BC better
    but this was definately classic Canibus shit

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    that title belongs to Madvillainy

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    Yea man it def was a nice album

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    a hip-hop classic. no doubt. nobody fucks with Canibus lyricism on this one. 1
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    I was listening to this last night fuckin incredible album Ive had that CD since it came out, u find new stuff everytime you listen 10/10.

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    Default Re: Rip the Jacker-Greatest Modern Album

    agreed
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    Default Re: Rip the Jacker-Greatest Modern Album

    I think Bow Wow-Most Wanted will take over that award next month but til then let Canibus reign supreme.

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    I used to like Canibus when I was like 16, then I figured out he really isnt that impressive. This album is no where near the classics. Classic: people used up this word like whore.

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    Default Re: Rip the Jacker-Greatest Modern Album

    ^^^^^^^^It's classic, but not a TIMELESS classic...more along the lines of, say, Black Moon's first LP...it's something we KNOW is a great record, but five years down the line, we're not gonna mention it in a debate about great records off the top of our heads...know what I mean?

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    Default Re: Rip the Jacker-Greatest Modern Album

    Quote Originally Posted by Xtadas
    ^^^^^^^^It's classic, but not a TIMELESS classic...
    The word has its own genres now...I love it.
    Sorry not a classic, no where close to being called "Greatest Modern Album", I would say average other than the production. Canibus isnt that great...god damn merriam webster rapper.

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    was never blown away by it or anything. grew on me a little. just not all there for me on the album. but its opinion so take it as.
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    man when I first listen to this album, I wanted jump up and down, I have never heard anything like it, it was perfect from start to finish, I really liked the Medevil type of theme the album had, it really matches Canibuses style. I got to go buy another copy becuase mines was stolen along with my cd player and rechargable batteries before my Senior year in high school came to a close, so I got to go get another copy along with some of his other albums.

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