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    Quote Originally Posted by Sosa View Post
    recently copped:
    M.I.A. - Kala
    Common - Finding Forever
    What are your thoughts on the M.I.A. album?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prolifical ENG View Post
    big week for me:

    Blackmoon - Enta Da Stage
    Smif and Wessun - Da Shinin
    UGK Ridin Dirty
    UGK - Underground Kingz
    The Union Prensents: Organized Rhymes

    used CDs under $10:

    Akinyele - Vagina Diner
    Cocoa Brovaz - The Rude Awakening
    Tim Dog- Penicilin of Wax
    Brand Nubian - The Foundation
    Soulja Slim - Give it 2 Em
    Props on the DuckDown cops.

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    talib-ear drum
    common- finding forever

    - 2 really good buys

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    boot camp click - casualties of war 4/5
    album is sick. pick it up

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    Chester P - From The Ashes (single from up-coming album)
    Manage - (Live) In Protest

    Both dope as hell uk hip-hop.

    Insight - Targetting Zones
    Insight - The Maysun Project
    Project Move - Love Gone Wrong/The Butterfly Movement
    Eulorhythmics - Extended Play EP
    Eulorhythmics - Society
    Blackalicious - Blazing Arrow
    Aesop Rock - Float
    Asamov - And Now..
    The Weathermen - Conspiracy
    Hieroglyphics - 3rd Eye Vision

    All really dope.

    Senim Silla - The Name, The Motto, The Outcome

    Really dissapointing as Binary Star's Masters Of The Universe album is a favourite and this just seems pretty weak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinx View Post

    Senim Silla - The Name, The Motto, The Outcome

    Really dissapointing as Binary Star's Masters Of The Universe album is a favourite and this just seems pretty weak.

    I dl this first because I couldn't wait. After giving it a few spins I was very disapointed.......but you know what, I think this ones a grower.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO, DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    I dl this first because I couldn't wait. After giving it a few spins I was very disapointed.......but you know what, I think this ones a grower.
    Yeah? I'll have to have another listen.

    Surprisingly, it wasn't the beats (as often spoil albums) but the rapping I wasn't feeling. Hard to believe from the guy who did Slang Blade - one of the sickest underground tracks of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinx View Post
    Yeah? I'll have to have another listen.

    Surprisingly, it wasn't the beats (as often spoil albums) but the rapping I wasn't feeling. Hard to believe from the guy who did Slang Blade - one of the sickest underground tracks of all time.
    He was doing alot of that singing type rap, first time I heard it I was like wtf?..I even doublechecked to see if I had the right album...lol.



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    ^^ ha ha!

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    Silla killed Masters of The Universe, a fair bit better than One.be.lo in my opinion. its a shame to hear his solo isnt great, i might give it a shot anyway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sean michael View Post
    Silla killed Masters of The Universe, a fair bit better than One.be.lo in my opinion. its a shame to hear his solo isnt great, i might give it a shot anyway.
    I'd definately recommend listening/downloading first.

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    Opgezwolle - Spuugdingen op de Mic
    Flexican - Top Notch Mixtape
    Camp Lo - Uptown Saturday Night
    Bronze Nazareth - The Great Migration
    Snowgoons - German Lugers
    Fugees - Score
    Das EFX - How we do
    The Roots - Illadelph Halflife
    Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere
    RZA - Ghost Dog Soundtrack
    Pete Rock - Soul Survivor
    Talib Kweli & Madlib - Liberation
    Kraak & Smaak - Boogie Angst
    X-Ecutioners - Revolutions
    The Foreign Exchange - Connected
    Dizzee Rascal - Boy in da Corner
    Dizzee Rascal - Showtime
    Dizzee Rascal - Maths + English

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rame View Post
    What are your thoughts on the M.I.A. album?
    well it smashes the common album to bits

    i think its better than her first album, its totally original stuff, catchy and fresh, theres not a throwaway track on there.

    Commons new album might be his worst to date, i mean its not awful and production wise its near perfect, but its like common sense on autopilot lyrically. I was kind of disappointed but at least Kanyes beats make up for it.

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    Aight, it has a fresh sound to it, but I thought it was a bit too much humpty bumpty bleep bleep if you know what I mean, nice if you have good speakers but not really special in an artistic sense.

    Didn't hear it all the way though, I stopped at the track with the kids voices and guns (I work at a pretty commercial record store, don't think customers will like that).

    The Common album is indeed pretty much auto pilot, I enjoy listening to it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO, DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    I dl this first because I couldn't wait. After giving it a few spins I was very disapointed.......but you know what, I think this ones a grower.
    Just call it a boner album...

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