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Thread: How Is Shyhiem's The Greatest Story Never Told

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    Default Re: How Is Shyhiem's The Greatest Story Never Told

    copped today this album, just checked it out
    and decided to discuss it wit u, fam
    so i searched for this topic in already existing ones and found this thread

    so, greatest story never told

    as for me very good album!!!!!
    got to listen to it some more time and think about its lyrics

    peace fam


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    I really like it, Shyheim continues to keep his same style.

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    Default Re: How Is Shyhiem's The Greatest Story Never Told

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedNickels
    I really like it, Shyheim continues to keep his same style.
    straight gutter....

    21st Century Crisis aint on it, i'd like a listen tho...

    straight up & down, its a dope album, i think maybe 2 tracks let it down for me, but then again i'm a shyheim fan, so theres probably a little bias there, a couple of beats are a bit..meh...but shy definitly saves em, in my opinion one of the best albums of last year, no question...

    to all of you saying about Rza has "only" 2 beats on there, if you look at a shyheim album, thats the most he's had on one project, rugged child had 1 (little rascalz), lost generation had 1 (young godz), manchild didnt have any. but staying on this subject-ish, that track "new producers", he's talkin about how everyone went and got a bunch of new producers, so did he cos RNS produced the majority of his first 2 albums, aparts from like 6 tracks altogether, get to manchild and RNS is nowhere in sight, but still, its a dope album.

    best track is blatantly "Pardon The Noise" (fucking beautiful) or "I'm Back (its great)"

    definitly worth the purchase, peace.

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