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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Chungsanity View Post
    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.
    No, I'm 14, and what the hell does bruce lee have to do with Tical being underrated?

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    LOL!!!!!!!!!

    Every song on Tical was dope.

    Pure hardcore Wu Tang hip hop

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    masta ace is very dope
    i think tical is the most heavy

    peace to all wu-corporians

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The A to the Z- View Post
    Early Beatminerz production was heavy on the bass, so I dunno.



    I don't think Tical even comes close.
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    I remember Sika Than Aidz made a thread about this years ago and it pretty much won with emphasis on the Biscuits track.

    On regular speakers no matter what the size, the base does shake. However, I heard these same wu albums on some of the nicest sound systems you can get that get tuned to the room like the studio ones. Im talking close to $100K sounding systems you can hear it the clearest possible. Even when the frequency is at 20-30Hz.

    The wu base is good especially on that album. But its more of a "dirty base" and RZA purposely does that becuase he likes doing that out-of-tune stuff a lot.

    From this reason its very hard to judge base like that.

    If you have one of those half assed car audio system with that farting base you wont notice and if anything it makes it better. When the frequencies are getting that low and the speakers delivers the sound and remains tight and doesnt oscillate everywhere, you just have to appreciate it for what it is.

    But I don't know whats the most base heavy. The Tical album indeed hits the very low frequencies more often than most hip-hop albums I know of.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bladez View Post
    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 <------------------------------we have a winner
    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

    I gotta throw Dead Prez's "Let's Get Free" LP in there as my nomination.....

    and yes, Da Beatminerz are known for the ill basslines....they usually sample theirs tho....same goes for DJ muggs....

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    the bass on the song "judgement day" by meth is fuckin insane.

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    heist of the century

    songs like fifth disciple and gun rule.

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    Any esham album is fuckin bass heavy actually.
    Especially KKKill The Fetus

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    it just may be, that fucking thing bangs
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Bladez View Post
    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
    This just seems like a list of albums in which you like the beats of....When I made this thread I was talking about low frequency bass lines, besides THE LOW END THEORY, none of these albums really have super low bass.....Go listen to "Biscuits" off Tical on a good stereo with a SUB Woofer and you will see....
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    Just for those in need of the know

    it's bass

    it's bass

    it's bass

    it's bass

    it's bass


    not base


    it's bass

    it's bass

    it's bass.

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    I agree totally. Tical has the most irresponsible bass I have ever heard in any rap album. I put it on in my buddies car a few years back and he is one of those guys who has a huge system in their car but they eq it so the bass is almost too heavy and we literally couldnt hear anything at all except the bass. it was actually hilarious. thaqts why i call it irresponsible bass because it will blow any type of speaker if its up too loud. i love it though




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    Quote Originally Posted by Chungsanity View Post
    Tical is way too overrated anyway.
    Get the fuck outta here!!!!

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