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  • The Chronic

    35 58.33%
  • Chronic 2001

    25 41.67%
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Thread: The Chronic or Chronic 2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by tical2000 View Post
    BOTH albums are sick
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    Chronic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benzo View Post
    Bedlam- since i posted up yesterday, i figured i'd check it out again last night to make sure i wasn't missing something. in my humble opinion, the album is horrible. not one song that i didn't want to skip. i think the production is being overrated a bit, too. i never even payed attention back in the day where it says produced by Dre and Melman. i'd like Detox to have some of that Deep Cover, Chronic-style Dre instead of this newer school sound. anyway, peace-
    i agree, exxplosive and whats the difference were only songs i thought were any good. i just cant get into dre's sound.

    i'll go with chronic 2001 cuz at least he wasnt ripping off p-funk left and right.
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    The Chronic...both classics imo.

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    Bedlam- yeah, to each his own, man. for me, the fact that the Melman co-pro'd has nothing to do with it. maybe it's an age thing, i don't know... the album just seems soft to me, probably because West Coast Gangsta had played itself out to the ones who were banging the original in 93-94. Dre's peak, to me, was like 91-94. "EFIL4ZZAGIN", "Deep Cover", "The Chronic", and "Doggystyle" were the shit, he started to fall off a bit afterwards. good thread...peace.
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    The chronic!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bedlam View Post
    Deep Cover wasn't on the Chronic... n00b
    my fault.. forgot it was a soundtrack joint.. but it dropped very shortly before Chronic and was the beginning of the dre/snoop/deathrow era.

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    Chronic although i rarely listen to any of those & Chronic has some annoying elements about it, im not listenin to it at the mo so i cant give examples.

    2001, for me, the rest of the album just dont live up to Forgot about Dre,
    Still D.R.E, you know the other two.
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    Definately voted for The Chronic. Dre came hard on that shit, the production was also mad dope. Chronic 2001 falls closely behind, but the original takes my vote.

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