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Thread: So is METHOD MAN's TICAl album the most Base heavy rap album of all time?

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    Default So is METHOD MAN's TICAl album the most Base heavy rap album of all time?

    So a friend was over the other night and we through on the METHOD MAN TICAL album, and we thought that this album has to be the most base heavy hip hop album of all time......Alot of tracks on this album (especially "Biscuits", "Stimulation") have serious walls of low end base. My sub woofer was shakking the walls like no other rap album I own....

    What are your thoughts? Is it the most base heavy rap album of all time?
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    A lot of MadLib produced tracks how mucho bass, so ionno, I would have to compare
    bring back begongo!!

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    Probably not.

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    it's definitely the most bass-heavy Wu-Tang album.. i don't know if it's still sounds like that on that remastered version but on some joints like "Biscuits" you can barely hear what Method Man says in the verses 'cuz of the bass..



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    Onyx - Shifftee is another example of a track with some kind of heavy bass....

    2pac - Violent as well....

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    Early Beatminerz production was heavy on the bass, so I dunno.

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    what 'bout hell on earth? :F

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    you got many albums like that

    and i think these got harder bass than tical for sure

    Gang Starr - Hard To Earn
    Gang Starr - Moment Of Truth
    Gang Starr - The Ownerz
    Group Home - Livin Proof
    Jeru The Damaja - Sun Rises In The East
    Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill
    Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
    Cypress Hill - Temples Of Boom
    House Of Pain - House Of Pain
    House Of Pain - Same As It Ever Was
    A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory
    Kurious - Constipated Monkey
    Nine - Nine Livez
    Nine - Cloud 9
    Krs One - Return Of The Boom Bap
    Krs One - Krs One
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    Tical is way too overrated anyway.

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    More like underrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YungSunny View Post
    More like underrated.
    Co-sign.


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    were you around in 1994?

    because tical was bumped everywhere.

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    Age: 14

    Lol seriously?

    Who cares what people thought about tical 15 years ago? You said Tical IS the most overrated wu album. Present-tense.

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    Im 14 years old? I didnt know that. I was actually born in 1936, and worked with bruce lee. I would know how good these chinese-inspired shaolin thugs are in making albums.

    half the tracks on tical are wack and makes it impossible to be considered a classic album, despite being 15 years old. it's their first wu solo album, and there were much better solos that came after it.

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    Nobody Mentioned Masta Ace? His albums are used to test systems.
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