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Thread: Do you consider Hell On Earth an all time classic?

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    Its Good Not A Classic


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    Personal classic, my favorite Mobb album, Prodigy in his lyrical prime and Hav in his production prime



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    Its a good album, but not a classic. If this album were to be called a classic, then albums like 36 Chambers, LS, OB4CL, The Infamous and Illmatic would be super-sky-high-divine-ultra-mega-classics-with-the-cherries-on-top. Dope album, no doubt, but not a classic. The beats get a little repetitive throughout the album. I do understand how someone can regard it as a personal classic, though....

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    Naw i wouldn't consider this a classic,and to the dude that said Nas aint all that.Get the fuck off the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by eVoL
    This album is better than your favorite rapper's best album
    My favorite rappers are Rakim, Biggie, Public Enemy and Slick Rick




    you're turn biatch

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    M-O-BB is alllllright

    Ins' Movement crushed hell on earth tho

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    Hell On Earth > any other Mobb Deep releases.
    Shaolin Gotz Da Krown.

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    The Infamous Classic!!!! Hell On Earth Dope Record

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    Quote Originally Posted by proteck ya neck
    M-O-BB is alllllright

    Ins' Movement crushed hell on earth tho
    the movement had some of the shittiest "mpc4000 beats that sound like fruity lood bullshit" type beats how the fuck is it gonna crush hell on earth. uncontrolled substance isnt even on that level

    "I'M HERON & SEX IN ONE, DOPE AS FUCK"

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    i think it has some of the best production, havoc absolutley murders this album. it's definitily an aquired taste album, pretty dark shit. all time classic? definitly not, the infamous is an alltime classic who doesn't know shook ones II, eye for an eye, etc....

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    its a classic, P + Hav continuing their thug thizzle, more minimal production than the infamous, which was more varied production wise. lyrically its as good as their first. its generally acknowledged as a classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by proteck ya neck
    M-O-BB is alllllright

    Ins' Movement crushed hell on earth tho
    are u fucking serious? INS is my favorite rapper ever, but The Movement is steaming garbage, with mad homo beats like piff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claustrofobic
    My favorite rappers are Rakim, Biggie, Public Enemy and Slick Rick




    you're turn biatch
    Sit on a cucumber you fucking backpacker geek
    Hell on Earth shits on Biggie, PE, and Slick Rick

    "Da Problem Child," suck my dick you fucking hugger
    Illmatic is a shitty cd, overrated like every Nas album



    Do you faggots need an instrumental album to listen to how ill the beats are?
    Mute ass herbs

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    How the fuck are you going to compare a piece of shit album like the Movement to Hell on Earth?

    Damn I'll go as far to say that Blood Money beats the shit out of the Movement
    Last edited by Marc051; 06-16-2006 at 04:45 AM.

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    It hasnt GOT TO break new ground to be a classic. This album was perfect at what it did. Rhymes are fucking crazy and the production is so consistant.

    I guess its too stripped down - no chaser for some people. But this is exactly how I like my Hiphop, raw, wordplay heavy, hardcore sound.


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