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    damn i was just chillin listening to their first album and damn i gotta say for an album that came out in 1991 it still sounds amazing. The way muggs used those samples and breaks was crazy. And b-real was so gangsta back then too. what yall think. damn i miss that era. as much as i loved eneter the wutang for sum reason this album just has more energy musically. perfect example is Real Estate.

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    Yeah I love this album, classic imo.



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    my 2 fav's are:


    how could I just kill a man & hand on the pump

    those tracks are fireee
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    For that album coming out in 91, it's definately ahead of its time.

    Temple of Boom though is definately their best effort. One of the best produced albums of all time.

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    a timeless classic one of my favorite albums I still bang that shit same goes for redmans 1st album too

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    dope album.

    "hand on the pump" is my fav track off it id say, psychobetabuckdown is the shit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlymelody
    For that album coming out in 91, it's definately ahead of its time.

    Temple of Boom though is definately their best effort. One of the best produced albums of all time.
    indeed, TOB is a personal classic...



    this is the album that puts DJ MUGGS in my top 3 list of producers !!!

    I think muggs is underrated, lyrics & beats are INSANE on TOB

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    ^co-sign

    but b-real is one of the most heavily underrated mc's. his flow is one of my favourites.



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    I suppose B-Real isn't bad.....but when I put in a Cypress Hill CD I put it in to hear DJ Muggs's work.

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    yeah this is nice but my personal fav is black sunday, i think its the best out of all.

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    black sunday got nothing on how i could just kill a man.

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    I remember playin that tape back in the day so much that it about popped. At some point though I lost it and never replaced that album but, what was that song where he was like " sunday morning /wake up it's pourin / rain drops fallin on my head it's stormin" then he say somethin about pigs? Damn, Now I'm bout to go DL that shit.

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    sippin on a 40

    Realness

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    imo 'black sunday' was better, definetly for production, but still a classic album
    i dunno if its ahead of its time, but it definetly influenced a lotta west coast cats (mainly dr dre for 'the chronic'). to me the album isnt mixed properly, but i cant deny shit like 'how i could just kill a man' or 'stoned is the way of the walk'

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapple
    sippin on a 40
    PUFFIN ON A BLUNT!!!!

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