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The Chronic at only 20!?!?! Ok.... 19-1 BETTER be insanely amazing
I wouldn't hold your breath on it. Almost every album that I post I usually end up getting 2 to 3 posts from someone bitching about how the thread is disappointing, or how this album shouldn't be there and that one should be at number one instead of this one being at this number and ect, ect. But the next 19 albums are all amazing, no matter what you think. Will eventually get into that...

I'm more excited about posting my number one, which i will eventually. It is IN MY OPINOIN....The greatest hip hop record ever released, period. I was fortunate enough to meet one of the members from this group that was on this album(at a small bar in 2009, it was at a KRS-one show, but he showed up out of no where and did a song or two, and then went off stage and hanged out at the bar, which is when i proceeded to go up to him, and i also bought him a drink) and it was an honor for me to sprout like a little girl all around him and tell him how much this album means so much to me and how he, his group and the album is amongst the greatest hip hop record of all time, and one of the best albums period, of any fucking genre. It is the greatest hip hop/rap cd ever created and it shits on pretty much anything that is coming out now, came out back then, the last gen, new gen and so on, and took the level of heightened beats and elevated lyrics to all whole other dementia. This hip hop album is better than anything that is posted on here. But that says a lot cause these records are all epic cd's. My number one will also probably be the longest entry out of all the albums being posted, I will also name that member and the group once i get to my number one, and i can't wait to tell that story in full detail about how I met him at the bar, which leads to another story with that exact same artist(From this group that happens to be on my number one with their release of the greatest hip hop album ever made). But anyways don't wanna spoil much. Sorry i haven't updated this thread. The combination of too much heavy metal music, shit load of work and almost no free time, and the fact that i'm kinda taking a vacation off of hip hop is keeping me from finishing it. But i will try and bang out all the cds before summer ends. No doubt about that.

I'll post number 19,18,17 and try to get down to 15 by the end of this week, hell i could do 19 now but i'm pretty tired from work, and pretty at the moment, so some nice R AND R relaxation is to be done right now, good sir.
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The same exact thing happened to me with my thrash metal list! "Metallica at #8 and Slayer at #7? You suck! There's no point in watching this anymore!" And what do you know, the last 6 introduced those people to awesome bands. The same thing goes for your list man. Whatever the remaining albums may be, I probably have not heard them and I'd love to check them out.
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The same exact thing happened to me with my thrash metal list! "Metallica at #8 and Slayer at #7? You suck! There's no point in watching this anymore!" And what do you know, the last 6 introduced those people to awesome bands. The same thing goes for your list man. Whatever the remaining albums may be, I probably have not heard them and I'd love to check them out.
That thrash list was such a great read. Good stuff my man, got into a bunch a thrash acts that I never even heard. When the hell is the black Metal list coming out?
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I wouldn't hold your breath on it. Almost every album that I post I usually end up getting 2 to 3 posts from someone bitching about how the thread is disappointing, or how this album shouldn't be there and that one should be at number one instead of this one being at this number and ect, ect. But the next 19 albums are all amazing, no matter what you think. Will eventually get into that...

I'm more excited about posting my number one, which i will eventually. It is IN MY OPINOIN....The greatest hip hop record ever released, period. I was fortunate enough to meet one of the members from this group that was on this album(at a small bar in 2009, it was at a KRS-one show, but he showed up out of no where and did a song or two, and then went off stage and hanged out at the bar, which is when i proceeded to go up to him, and i also bought him a drink) and it was an honor for me to sprout like a little girl all around him and tell him how much this album means so much to me and how he, his group and the album is amongst the greatest hip hop record of all time, and one of the best albums period, of any fucking genre. It is the greatest hip hop/rap cd ever created and it shits on pretty much anything that is coming out now, came out back then, the last gen, new gen and so on, and took the level of heightened beats and elevated lyrics to all whole other dementia. This hip hop album is better than anything that is posted on here. But that says a lot cause these records are all epic cd's. My number one will also probably be the longest entry out of all the albums being posted, I will also name that member and the group once i get to my number one, and i can't wait to tell that story in full detail about how I met him at the bar, which leads to another story with that exact same artist(From this group that happens to be on my number one with their release of the greatest hip hop album ever made). But anyways don't wanna spoil much. Sorry i haven't updated this thread. The combination of too much heavy metal music, shit load of work and almost no free time, and the fact that i'm kinda taking a vacation off of hip hop is keeping me from finishing it. But i will try and bang out all the cds before summer ends. No doubt about that.

I'll post number 19,18,17 and try to get down to 15 by the end of this week, hell i could do 19 now but i'm pretty tired from work, and pretty at the moment, so some nice R AND R relaxation is to be done right now, good sir.
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19. Tricks of The Shade

Group: The Goats
Members: Oatie Kato, Madd, and Sway AKA swayzack.
Producer: Oatie
Recorded: 1992
Released: 1992
Album title: Tricks of the Shade





"Columbus destroyed more Indians than Hitler killed Jews, but on his birthday we get sales on shoes" - Swayzack of the Goats, on the song TRICKS OF THE SHADE

"The goats were an alternative hip-hop quartet from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S. Their members include rapper Oatie Kato (frontman) Madd ("MA-the-double-D") and Swayzack. Most members of the group were Aboriginal Americans and their concern with Aboriginal causes reflected in their texts

goats believed that Christopher Columbus was responsible for genocide, crimes against the Aboriginal inhabitants of pre-colonial America, including the rape of innocent women by his crew's anger was expressed in their "signature song Tricks of the Shade" with text "Columbus killed more Indians than Hitler killed Jews, but on his birthday you get sales of shoes "

They developed a cult following since the release of two renowned albums tricks Shade (1992) (produced by producenten Joe "The Butcher" Nicolo) and No Goats No Glory (1994) on Ruff House Records and Columbia Records, respectively, both are currently out of print

goats' political awareness found them compared to Public Enemy, although they were more playful (include a number of songs to sing praises marijuana à la Cypress Hill) and certainly less militant (although they expressed the nominal support of Louis Farrakhan) But where Public Enemy was exclusionary in its Afrocentric viewpoint goats were not anti-white, in itself, and instead advocated the responsibility of all non-white people to stand up for self-determination (including African Americans and the Aborigines that they themselves, as well as Latinos and especially Asian-Americans as they are portrayed as brothers-in-arms in their struggle as opposed to the werulenta against Asian racism of his contemporaries, Ice Cube)

They used skits on their first album to criticize U.S. President George HW Bush and as he backed up with the bourgeoisie and the proponents of the redneck mentality They were very vocal in his support for them who they believed had been the victim of racist status quo, including Nelson Mandela, Willie Horton murdered young Yusef Hawkins and particularly the imprisoned Aboriginal American activist Leonard Peltier

political affiliation was decidedly more liberal than what was fashionable at that time in hip-hop culture Oatie described himself as an opponent of homophobia in the song "TV Cops" (a position Palya publicly taken at the Ice-T if they were posted by Common in 2002 och Kanye West 2005) further their skit "Rovies Wade the SWORD SWALLOWER" and the following song "Aaah D Yaaa" was pro-choice songs concern the possible adverse consequences of a reversal of Roe v. Wade"


A very hard driven public enemy style hip hop record with a strong political "MMPPHFF" that is felt through out the entire album, including the weird and somewhat funny skits. All 3 members bring out a weird yet very unique tone in their voices, and shit that they spit. The goats were not only a very overtly polical hip hop trio, but they were also consider one of the first hip hop groups to have a backing live band. Not only did they have a backing live band, but they would tour all around with world with over 13-14 members, most of them being bassists, two drummers, guitarists ect. But that was more shown on their 2nd release NO GOATS NO GLORY which was released in 1994.

On this release, TRICKS OF THE SHADE, we see them go all out old school style, with Oatie Kato creating all the beats, samples and drum loops in such a rich crafty way. I personally like this a lot more than when they decided to get a live backing band for their 2nd album, speaking of which…. After the release of their debut The goats would soon become a hip hop duo as the founding member Oatie Kato had left the group due to the frustration on the group losing its political edge and going toward marijuana, weed driven stoner tunes, not only that, but Swayzack and Madd would spend hours upon hours smoking heavy amounts of marijuana which would cause the members to be far too high to go on stage and perform, except for Oatie who would always be ready 100% . Oatie was the only one who was still taking the group serious and was more politically driven than the other two members, while the other two members would spend too much time getting high and writing songs about getting baked or roasted. I remember reading a story about how swayzack and Madd were so stoned that they ended up falling a sleep on stage while performing a show, all this shenanigans and bullshit caused much frustration on Oatie, and the fact that the group were pretty much losing their political edge and becoming nothing more than a stoner band eventually made Oatie make the decision to leave the Goats while Madd and Swayzack still remained intact with the group.. After the release of their debut album the goats became a two man group with a backing live band. Swaysack and Madd were the only remaining members left with the rest of the members being random bassets, drummers, guitarist, keyboardist, ect.

In 1994 Madd and Swayzack released No Goats No Gloary. It still had the strong Politcal view points and songs that the goats were known for crafting, but sadly the album was also filled with way too many weed songs, making the album too cliche and giving it a lot of bad reviews and disappointing lots fans and critics, myself included. No Goats No Glory is not really worth checking out, especially when you hear their amazing debut album.

Everyone who is trying to get into alternative music outside of Heavy metal, death metal, Thrash metal, doom metal, drone metal, fag metal, core metal, BLACKEND DEATH THRASH GORE STONER DOOM DRONE TECHNICAL THRASHENDED BLACK NORWEGIAN Funeral metal, all that shit, well then look no farther because this is one of the greatest alternative hip hop albums ever made, very original, with a strong political edge poured from top to bottom on this epic release. ALL SONGS MUST BE PLAYED A MAXIMUM VOLUME. Don't bother listening to it if you can't blast this shit. The way its meant to be played!!

I think every single person that is checking this thread out should seriously check this album out, and more importantly I think everyone should click on the song "Tricks of the Shade", the beats, and the lyrics are so fucking hard, HARDER THAN the strongest aphrodisiac that you can think of, ahahahah. That opening bass line for Typical american should grab you by the nuts at hard that beat goes, with all the political rhymes that you can ask for. And the nice sexy lady voice being sampled through out the loop of "Watcha want iz what you get" is just a straight head nodder. This album is just fucking amazing top to finish.

"COLUMBUS DESTROYED MORE INDIANS THAN HITLERS KILLED JEWS BUT ON HIS BIRTHDAY YOU GET SALES ON SHOES", i mean cmon, that shit is hard.

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Tricks of The Shade
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAyvj5g0aNg

TV Cops
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ls7U_AMu-Y

Typical American
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbg5F...eature=related

Whatcha got iz whatcha get
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlR6FvnPOyw

Ahh D Yaa
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV_uccJdhfg

Hip Hopolla
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEnx3mOIurI

Wrong Pot 2 Piss in
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6ZD-SjhCjg
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I wouldn't hold your breath on it. Almost every album that I post I usually end up getting 2 to 3 posts from someone bitching about how the thread is disappointing, or how this album shouldn't be there and that one should be at number one instead of this one being at this number and ect, ect. But the next 19 albums are all amazing, no matter what you think. Will eventually get into that...

I'm more excited about posting my number one, which i will eventually. It is IN MY OPINOIN....The greatest hip hop record ever released, period. I was fortunate enough to meet one of the members from this group that was on this album(at a small bar in 2009, it was at a KRS-one show, but he showed up out of no where and did a song or two, and then went off stage and hanged out at the bar, which is when i proceeded to go up to him, and i also bought him a drink) and it was an honor for me to sprout like a little girl all around him and tell him how much this album means so much to me and how he, his group and the album is amongst the greatest hip hop record of all time, and one of the best albums period, of any fucking genre. It is the greatest hip hop/rap cd ever created and it shits on pretty much anything that is coming out now, came out back then, the last gen, new gen and so on, and took the level of heightened beats and elevated lyrics to all whole other dementia. This hip hop album is better than anything that is posted on here. But that says a lot cause these records are all epic cd's. My number one will also probably be the longest entry out of all the albums being posted, I will also name that member and the group once i get to my number one, and i can't wait to tell that story in full detail about how I met him at the bar, which leads to another story with that exact same artist(From this group that happens to be on my number one with their release of the greatest hip hop album ever made). But anyways don't wanna spoil much. Sorry i haven't updated this thread. The combination of too much heavy metal music, shit load of work and almost no free time, and the fact that i'm kinda taking a vacation off of hip hop is keeping me from finishing it. But i will try and bang out all the cds before summer ends. No doubt about that.

I'll post number 19,18,17 and try to get down to 15 by the end of this week, hell i could do 19 now but i'm pretty tired from work, and pretty at the moment, so some nice R AND R relaxation is to be done right now, good sir.

I think I may have seen a youtube clip of the story you tell in question. Was ...it...to use a lesser name...the Abbott?
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I'm guessing you saw RZA
No it was not the RZA. I wish it was. That would be pretty epic but this one is just as good and takes the cake for me.. Anyways you will all eventually find out who it was and the story behind it...ONCE we reach my number one....

Anyways, sit back and enjoy the rest of this awesome yet very diverse of unique and awesomely dynamic Hip Hop records...

DRUM ROLL PLEASE...

And here is the next one
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18.The Great Adventures of Slick Rick

Artist: Slick Rick
Recorded: 1986-1988
Released: 1988
Album title: The Great Adventures of Slick Rick



Just like Rakim, and kool g, and to some lesser known degree the GURU( which i will go into much LATER as the thread proceeds along), slick rick was one of the first to start a flow and style of rap that differs to any other contender in the genre, and was one of the "first"...he started a style that would be mimicked on for centuries to come, he started the blue print of story telling in hip hop. This album really needs no introduction. ahahhaha, KOOL G RAP, KRS, Rakim, Slick Rick, and BIG DADDY kane are basically the big FIVE of hip hop(as far as solo artists go), sure they were not out as long as RUN DMC or sugar hill gang or afrika bambata(who were all emerging out of the scene as early as 1979), but as solo artists, these guys were the ones to hold it down, HANDS DOWN. This is in pretty much any hip hop criticts top 20, it really was and is still a revolutionary album. It might be a little too OLD school for some people, with its more simplistic up itty beats and nasal high tone voice from the rulers voice, I love me the more golden age era of hip hop which was 1993-1996 but I do like to spin me some 80s classic once in a awhile, and this record is a good example of what i'm talking about. One of the greatest albums of the 1980's

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Children's Story
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Treat Her Like a Prostitute
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgipGCpCL1I

The Moment i feared
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlA3Y...eature=related

Hey Young World
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