''.......Unknowingly imprisoned, in uniforms crafted precision, 1 dub Gov' for short, master planned in covert courts, project poor, prepare for wipeout, ironically wiped out & carked in cauc white outs, the fights out, Phoenix flames to pour the light out, the sun will eventually burn out, A giant urn, with pearled gates, waiting to break, How long can it take? Our destruction is fate.......''
( Con[S]cience ) 2005... www.myspace.com/therockerybtown
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The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. (Romans 1:18-20)
The Chronic...both classics imo.
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.
CAP- learn from your brother Bedlam and act your age punk.
My evidence, my own testament, written on wood
Twelve tribes layin at the head of corners in hoods
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.
"Read the sign hip-hoppers"