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Old 06-29-2005, 05:18 AM   #16
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[QUOTE=Xtadas, but five years down the line, we're not gonna mention it in a debate about great records off the top of our heads...know what I mean?[/QUOTE]
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Old 06-29-2005, 12:30 PM   #17
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^^^^^That's why you're my favorite, oo2...
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Old 06-29-2005, 01:27 PM   #18
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I think the album is very forgetable........and that Canibus is fuckin one of the worst rappers out there at making albums........like all his albums fuckin suck hard.......

.....I remember really liking CANIBUS and getting CAN-I-BUS, and being so dissapointed....it sucked so fuckin bad.........every other album I have heard from CANIBUS since has been absolute $2 fuckin bargin bin basement material.......CANNIBUS can rap, but he cant make an album or a song to save his life............like that STAN song, shit was embarasing.

Furthermore, I think calling it "greatest Modern Album" is used alittle to freely......like I doubt 10 years from now people will be saying that the greatest albums were like READY TO DIE, 36 CHAMBERS, CHRONIC, ONLY BUILT FOR, INFAMOUS, ALL EYES ON ME......and o ya CANNIBUS's RIP THE JACKER......it dont really fit
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I think Bow Wow-Most Wanted will take over that award next month but til then let Canibus reign supreme.
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Old 06-29-2005, 05:39 PM   #20
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I think the album is very forgetable........and that Canibus is fuckin one of the worst rappers out there at making albums........like all his albums fuckin suck hard.......

.....I remember really liking CANIBUS and getting CAN-I-BUS, and being so dissapointed....it sucked so fuckin bad.........every other album I have heard from CANIBUS since has been absolute $2 fuckin bargin bin basement material.......CANNIBUS can rap, but he cant make an album or a song to save his life............like that STAN song, shit was embarasing.

Furthermore, I think calling it "greatest Modern Album" is used alittle to freely......like I doubt 10 years from now people will be saying that the greatest albums were like READY TO DIE, 36 CHAMBERS, CHRONIC, ONLY BUILT FOR, INFAMOUS, ALL EYES ON ME......and o ya CANNIBUS's RIP THE JACKER......it dont really fit
All Eyez on Me ain't a classic, homey...
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what about

rakim the master, thats better than rip the jacker imo
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Old 06-29-2005, 07:42 PM   #22
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^^^^I should clarify this..."modern" meaning greatest RELEASED from 2000-2005...
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I used to like Canibus when I was like 16, then I figured out he really isnt that impressive.
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This album is no where near the classics. Classic: people used up this word like whore.
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shit is dope, stoupe > rza and bis > any wu mc

bis is clever with it, rtj is classic...lol at calling madvillain a classic

its good but quas nearly ruins it
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Old 06-30-2005, 07:49 AM   #25
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All Eyez on Me ain't a classic, homey...
First off I'm not a tupac fan, and I agree this is not a classic. But you have to step back and look at it like this, everybody and their Mom had that double disc. Everywhere you went you heard it for like two years it seemed like. I dont listen to it, but you have to admit it will be mentioned by tons of people for a long time to come.
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