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    Quote Originally Posted by Scientific78
    Heres my list of the best lps of this wack ass new millinium......

    Ghostface-Supreme Clientele.....easily one of the best albums of post 2000
    MF Doom- Mad Villiany and mm food...?.....great albums...I would say him and Ghost are carrying true hiphop this year.
    Rza-Birth of a Prince......to me that was a dope ass album..people forget that.
    Masta Killa-No said Date.......true classic wu album with the original sound.
    RZA-BIRTH of a PRINCE???? are you serious.......I am a huge fan of Rza's rhymes.....but that album was an absolute stinker to me.....the two previous BOBBY DIGITAL albums were better, and i would not consider them a classic hip hop record, 4/5 stars for me

    MASTA KILLA's solo?? Compared to all the other WU TANG first classic solo's, I dont think it is as good......I think only WU TANG fans would say MASTA KILLA's album was classic, dont think just a regular hip hop fan would...he was not really coming with anything new or cutting edge, that was not done 10 years before

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    Default Re: The best post 2000 hip-hop albums

    I dont think any post 2000 Wu cd's are classics, except Supreme Clientele and Legend of the Liquid Swords, maybe, but really those cd's arent shit compared to the 90's classics.

    Nas - Stillmatic, Lost Tapes maybe
    Cormega - The Realness
    Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP (I dont care what you say, this is a huge part of my life)

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    Non Phixion - The Future is Now
    Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientle
    Ill Bill - What's Wrong With Bill?
    Prodigy - HNIC
    Jedi Mind Tricks - VBD, Visionz of Ghandi
    Masta Killa - No Said Date

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    Chan - Part of the Nation



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    may fav album by far!!!!! maybe not as much as 36 chambers... but close..

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    Default Re: The best post 2000 hip-hop albums

    Nas - Stillmatic
    Ghost - Supreme Clientele
    Jay-Z - Blueprint and The Black Album
    Outkast - Stankonia
    Talib Kweli And Hi-Tek - Reflection Eternal
    Madvillain - Madvillainy

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    Default Re: The best post 2000 hip-hop albums

    does this include the year 2000?

    supreme clientele
    the W
    revolutionary vol 1 and 2
    no said date
    the ownerz
    ghostdog
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraz_2oo5
    Nas - Stillmatic
    Ghost - Supreme Clientele
    Jay-Z - Blueprint and The Black Album
    Outkast - Stankonia
    Talib Kweli And Hi-Tek - Reflection Eternal
    Madvillain - Madvillainy
    This seems decent........cosign

    All these albums had impact, changed the game, and were super creative

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    Quote Originally Posted by wadedigital36
    does this include the year 2000?

    supreme clientele
    the W
    revolutionary vol 1 and 2
    no said date
    the ownerz
    ghostdog
    THE W (you think this album is up there with 36 chambers or Forever????)
    GHOSTDOG???? (you are calling this classic, its good, but it did not exactly change the face of rap)
    THE OWNERZ (more of the same from gangstarr, nothing new here)

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    Default Re: The best post 2000 hip-hop albums

    Quote Originally Posted by AI3Yanks842
    the thread title is best post 2000 albums, not classic, ground-breaking albums since 2000. wadedigital's list is more than reasonable. my list would look like this

    ghostface - supreme clientele
    madvillain - madvillainy
    common - be
    nas - stillmatic
    eminem - the marshall mathers lp
    wu-tang - the w
    masta killa - no said date
    gza - legend of the liquid sword
    immortal technique - revolutionary vol. 2
    jay-z - the blueprint
    Finally someone notices. I started a thread of what the best post 2000 albums were - if you think every album since 2000 was shit then name the one you thought was least shit. They don't have to be better than 36 Chambers.

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