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  • 5 Mics (Classic)

    49 69.01%
  • 4 Mics

    11 15.49%
  • 3 Mics

    8 11.27%
  • 2 Mics

    0 0%
  • 1 Mic (Terrible)

    3 4.23%
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Thread: Dr. Dre - The Chronic

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    Default Dr. Dre - The Chronic

    Didn't see a thread on this in the archive...



    1 The Chronic (Intro) (1:58)
    2 Fuck Wit Dre (And Everybody's Celebratin') (4:51)
    3 Let Me Ride (4:21)
    4 The Day The Niggaz Took Over (4:32)
    5 Nuthin' But A "G" Thang (3:58)
    6 Deez Nuuuts (5:06)
    7 Lil' Ghetto Boy (5:27)
    8 Nigga Witta Gun (3:52)
    9 Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat (3:48)
    10 The $20 Pyramid (2:53)
    11 Lyrical Gangbang (4:04)
    12 High Powered (2:44)
    13 The Doctor's Office (1:03)
    14 Stranded On Death Row (4:46)
    15 The Roach (The Chronic Outro) (4:36)
    16 Bitches Ain't Shit (4:47)

    Feat. Snoop Dogg, RBX, Dat Nigga Daz and Kurupt.
    Produced by Dr. Dre.

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    5 mics

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    Classic. I got the reissued version of this album and there's a videos dvd that comes with it that has the videos that were from this album. Nothing But A G Thing video is a classic. It's a shame that Dr Dre hasn't released more solo albums. It's also a shame how Death Row records fell off because the record label was very successful in the early 90's. If Suge Knight hadn't been ignorant, i believe Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Daz and Kurupt, Rage, Nate Dogg would've stayed. Suge should've released Dr Dre and Ice Cube's Helter Skelter album.

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    West coast classic

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    I love this album, a classic in my book.



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    5 mics. i miss classic Dre.


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    easily one of the greatest records of all time, not just one of the greatest hip hop records but one of the truly incredible albums in music in general. look at the source's definition of 5 mics and you'll find a picture of the album cover

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    anyone that says this is not a classic is a FUKKIN IDIOT!!

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    of course it's a fucking classic 5/5... in my opinion "2001" was even better though.

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    classic... represents west coast to the fullest...

    damn i remember when it first came out i was like 5... i still remember watching "nothin but a g thang" and "fuckin wit dre"

    damn.... hahaha

    classic... 5/5


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    never gets old, a true classic of hip hop, i hope 'detox' sees the light of day soon though

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    " damn things done changed on this side
    remember when they use to thump but now they blast right"

    just recognized Biggie sampled that line

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    i acknowledge it as a classic album in hip hop history, but its not really my style. Im not into that funky sound

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    arguably, the greatest produced album of all time

    5 mics off production alone
    "Da Mysteries of Chessboxin', first of all the word "mystery" means "unknown", you know, and the game of chess is like life, so in reality there is no mysteries to chess, it's just to those who don't understand life"- The GZA

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    am i the only one feeling that "2001" was even better produced.. as far as lyrics "the chronic" was the better album though. both are easily 5 mics..

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