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Old 11-13-2011, 11:13 AM
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Good god oh mighty....

you just reminded me of something...

Lil' John sampled Slayers "Raining Blood"

It's so bad that I'm not going to post a link that song because it should not be heard by anyone on this earth.
I'm listening to it now, this is hilarious.
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I love the look Chuck has on his face on the album cover. It's like "Yea we in a cell, but we still muthafuckin gangsta bitch!"
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I love the look Chuck has on his face on the album cover. It's like "Yea we in a cell, but we still muthafuckin gangsta bitch!"
Chuck D would never call himself a gangsta
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33. Reasonable Doubt



Artist: Jay Z
Producers: DJ Premier, DJ Klark kent, and more
Album title: Reasonable Doubt
Recorded: 1995-1996
Released: 1996

"As sure as this, Earth is turning souls burning
in search of higher learning turning in every direction seeking direction
My moms cryin cause her insides are dyin
her son tryin her patience, keep her heart racin
A million beats a minute, I know I push you to your limit
but it's this game love, I'm caught up all in it
They make it so you can't prevent it, never give it
you gotta take it, can't fake it I keep it authentic
My hand got this pistol shakin, cause I sense danger
like Camp Crystal Lake and
don't wanna shoot him, but I got him, trapped
within this infrared dot, bout to hot him and, hit rock bottom
No answers to these trick questions, no time shit stressin
My life found I got ta live for the right now
Time waits for no man, can't turn back the hands
once it's too late, gotta learn to live with regrets" - Jay Z



An Incredible debut album with great production and some powerful epic lyrics and rhymes by one of the most overrated rappers
in the history of hip hop.



Reasonable Doubt is the debut album of American rapper Jay-Z, released June 25, 1996 on Roc-A-Fella Records in the United States and on Northwestside Records in the United Kingdom. The album features production by DJ Premier, Ski, Knobody and Clark Kent, and guest appearances from Memphis Bleek, Mary J. Blige, and The Notorious B.I.G., among others. Similar to Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... (1995), Reasonable Doubt incorporates a mafioso theme, while it also integrates topics such as betrayal and reminiscence. Reasonable Doubt has received strong critical reviews and has been heralded as Jay-Z's "crowning achievement", "a seminal work" and an "undisputed classic". Over the years, the album has appeared on a number of famous publishers "best of" lists, including The Source, which selected it on their 100 Best Rap Albums,



What happen to Jay Z after "Reasonable doubt" is beyond me. The Jay Z that we see today is the multimillionaire billion dollar "sell out" who is banging and married to Beyonce of destinys child. Lets rewind back to late 1995/early 96' shall we??...Here we see an up and coming drug dealing, hustling hood rats(if you dont know what a hood rat is, you should look it up) on the hour by the hour, hardcore Jay Z comin' straight from the slums of Brooklyn N.Y. Rapping about his good ol' days as a hustler and drug dealer, We see Jay Z delve deep into the underground-crime city filled mind state that filled the young N.Y native during his early years in the era of rap. His flow verses are so slick and the things that he says one after another was just ahead of its time, especially in "1996" when albums like "All eyez on me" by 2pac and other records such as"Soul on Ice" by Rass Kass were hitting shelves. JAY was a fucking monster During the early to mid 90s(During the early 90s he was just a rising underground artist that was touring the world with BIG DADDY KANE).

This shit is wicked on these mean streets
None of my friends speak
We're all trying to win
but then again..
Maybe it's for the best though 'cause when they're seeing too much
You know they're trying to get you touched
Whoever said illegal was the easy way out couldn't understand the mechanics
And the workings of the underworld...granted
Nine to five is how to survive I ain't trying to survive
I'm trying to live it to the limit and love it a lot
Life ills,poison my body
I used to say 'fuck mic skills,' and never prayed to God, I prayed to Gotti
That's right it's wicked, that's life I live it
Ain't asking for forgiveness for my sins, endz
I break bread with the late heads, picking their brains for angles on
all the evils that the game'll do
It gets dangerous, money and power is changing us
And now we're lethal, infected with D'Evils... - Jay Z "The Evils"


After this record, Jay z went onto become a multimillionaire sell out releasing a shit ton garbage. But none of the later releases would even be able touch this classic record. And once again, just like the many albums that I have posted before hand, DR PREMIER from Legendary Hip hop Duo "Gang starr" fills in for some deadly melodic tunes to back Jay up with. Some of the hardest and deepest Beats Primo has come up with in his career as an "instrumentalist beat maker extraordinaire" can be found on this record(at least up until that point, but Premier took it to a whole other level in the late 90s with his right hand man Guru to come out with what I call "the last great epic hip hop album to come out of the 90s"). Too bad Premier and jay z didn't make an album during the early 90s. their chemistry really works beautifully on this album, especially in the haunting "The Evils" or the classical piano loop filled "Bring it on". and I gotta give jay his applause. The way he makes the listeners get his attention on the things and the evils that hustling can do to you is just WOW.....Rappers always talk about drug dealing and the hard times living in the ghetto. But Jay actually tells you what happens to your brain, the scar tissues that the evils,that THE game of hustling can do to you, the betrayals and regrets , and by god he shows it in the haunting "The Evils" which is just a fucking DARK track from the start of the hook down to the last second, and the very classic closer yet mellow and very peaceful "Regrets" which is a song i always find my self going back to whenever i'm in a shitty bummy, regretful mood(especially when I start reminiscing on past mistakes I made or ones I could have prevented, or people that i missed and wont see anymore, ect you get it. )

I really dont get why people think jay z is one of the greatest, not even close. This album proves that Jay was more than just a stupid radio friendly pop icon..He was a fucking lyricist goddammit.., but had he stayed real and true like this epic record, he would have went on to make some classic music and gain his territory as "one of the greatest to ever hold a mic".... Too bad the mainstream took over his balls...

Once again i must say one last time. The jay z we see TODAY is not the same jay z we are grown to love and enjoy in this record. This album proved that Jay z was a lyrical Genius. Do me a favor folks. Listen to the songs "The Evils" and "Regret" and you'll understand what the hell I'm talking about....the stuff hes rapping about isn't even rap, that shit is fucking deep as poetry! Fucking amazing record by one of the most overrated rappers of all time.

The Evils
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYVY6dU83SY

Regrets
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrudMt-28WU

BRING IT ON
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZLXt3KGTBI
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:15 AM
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32. illadelph Half Life

Group:The Roots
Members: Black Thought and Malik Blunt.
Band Members: Quest Love, Gran Negaz and Kelo
Album title: illadelph Half Life
recorded:1996
Released:1996



The Roots best album and easily one of the greatest rap record to come out of a rap "band". Yep, its hard to believe every track on this album is made with real instruments by real band mates of the group(well atleast a good amount of it is played by real instruments if to be exact). This was also the last Roots album to feature two rappers as fellow Rapper Malik Blunt AKA Malik B. Would leave the group to enter rehab for his heroin addiction(I wonder how hes doing now?). It's a shame they had to fall out because the roots could have made a few more classics(their first 3 records are a must have for anyone trying to get into the art of tru hip hop). After this record they really went soft in the late 90s and so on. I Cant stand any of the records they made after they split with Malik B. in 96' but It goes with out saying that illadel Half Life is a great hip hop record from beginning to end and a masterpiece to come from what i like to call...a rap "band".... Malik B. and Black Thoughts epic lyrics and songs on suburban street life in the 90s while living in Philadelphia just comes off super hard and rugged, especially on such tracks as "Push up your lighter", and Malik B holds it down on his own on the epic "No Great Pretender" showing that he could have had a spot in hip hop as a true legend...too bad his mc life got cut too short from his horrible addiction. The Deep and vivid lyrics by Black Thought and Malik B mixed with their real live instruments backed up by quest love and the rest of the brothers in the roots put hip hop on the map in Philly. Roots first 3 records are straight A classics, get it folks. After that it went downhill for these guys....

I would also like to note that I have seen The Roots in concert and they always ignore the first 3 albums!(which is a shame, I wish they could at least play them in a way where I can at least here black thoughts versus. Twitch the songs up or something!)


*All songs must be played at maximum volume to truly appreciate these epic lyrics and beautifully lace instruments*

Push up Ya Lighter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVbM7P7QExo

What They Do
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVOuqnJFPvQ

No Great Pretender
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQiPcCQCIPs

Episodes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFIi42LgBMM


"Southeast to Pennsylvania, Transporation Authority
is what I'm probably on, if I ain't whippin a Land
throughout ya sec-tion, my mind's in traum'
Nine times out of time I rhymes upon the L Train
Within my brain, foun-tains over rugged moun-tains
of my terrain, diggit I came too far to front
So I'm meditatin on how to maintain
Stepped off at City Hall into the rain;
and ran into my nigga named Dane - I mean Hakeem
And we was buildin on how we could organize the team
for this capital gain bein that we in the rap game
It's time to have it all, he said he figured he same
We realized this a planet of CREAM, to obtain
when the predominant rap, conglomerate rap spark the flame
Hark the name, The Fifth from the Ill-Power Hill at that
He dropped me off within the streets of South Phil'
Where niggaz think that killing's living real
Shorties is getting wetted, fulfilling their fantasies to set it
We don't sweat it, by The Fifth you get beheaded
I pivot through my borough givin pounds to the dreaded
At the lye spots I got credit; could run em down
in alphabetic-al order it's sorta pathetic
Yo, I'm livin life within a labryinth of nonsense
This is a consequence of being Philly residents
Tryin to get it on, the rhythm gettin shitted on
The exquisite I exhibit to shine, yo" -
Black Thought

walk through this field with 'iminals
Ill die-hard soldiers, try to make it to-wards the generals
Hard-headed rugged captains, walkin head on through action
Turnkeys on the closed caption
I bring the skills of wizardry
Treat MC's with bigotry, so now you see the picture vividly
Seduce your brain from the temple over instrumentals
The Fifth chant, you see the exhaust out
the swift camp -- mannerism is to scan your vision
You see the light, you can't eclipse the sun
We call back the young, but still they'll strap a gun
to shoot caps that spook cats and rappers hung
Now you might tube across from the diners where you find em lost
Niggaz hearts so cold, they sport frost
The M-the-Illi-tant, the Bad Lieutenant kill your camp
You're now a victim of reality, my personality
afflicted, for three to five if convicted
Illicit, because most cats will live corrupted
It ain't no pity in this inner city niggaz fuckin
Exquisite I exhibit the shine now check it out
- Malik Blunt.
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I fuckin love The Roots, probably my favorite hip-hop group (though I've never actually listened to any of their albums ). Also, thanks for introducing me to KRS One, that shit's bomb.
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31. Brokin' English Klik

Group:Brokin English
Members: Mac Ten and PHASE aka Mad Scientist
Recorded: 1992
Released: 1993
Album Title: BROKIN ENGLISH KLIK



"As I leave you for dead. I finger fuck your bitch while your moms gives me head" - Mad scientist(aka Phase)

Brokin English KLIKs Self title debute is a hardcore boom bass in your face hip hop album that came out in 1993 consisting of mad scientist(aka PHASE) and Mac 10. Their flows and rhymes sound like something that came out in 87-88' GETO Boys era mixed with NWA. But it's hard to believe this album came out in 1993, the same year albums like 36 chambers by wu tang came out, Midnight Marauders by a tribe called quest and STRICTLY FOR MY NIGGAZ By 2pac Shakur. When I first heard this record I thought it came out in the late 80s only be blown away when i found out that it came out in the early 90s. A hardcore underground rap record that relys heavily on lyrics that deal with violence that take place in the ghetto with corrupt cops, rape, torture, Death, Hallucinations, ego trippin', braggadocios flows, hardcore rhymes and all that good stuff. Mad scientist aka PHASE and Mac Ten have some really nice simple old school flows with a bit hardcore attitude that fits really well with the rugged dark beats backed up through out the entire LP.

"Whos the Gangsters" will go down as one of the best anti-police songs ever made. Speaking some real truth, we see Brokin English kliks portrayal on corrupt police officers, the shitty court systems during the early 90s and how they are the true "Gangsters" that we should be fearing, such a brilliant song. One of the best "uknown" hip hop albums that will never get any recognition by the mainstream or even underground. Brokin English Klik Breaks it down in the only way they can and thats hardcore rhymes backed up with some Chaotic in your face boom bap bass. Too bad they never made it big, they only made one record but its an incredibly underrated classic.


*BLAST THIS SHIT ON MAXIMUM VOLUME, BITCH

Underground Dweller
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5ql80OdduM

Chaos To Bass
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sg4urBiVhbA

Nine Reasons
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4AMLocMlyc

Whos the Gangsters?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2T5ElR3TtE

They should a killed me!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUjDV...0%27none%27%3B

Hardcore Beats. *Censored music video*
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HfXy0nDw_4

"HARDCORE BEATS WON'T SEES. FUCK DISTURBING THE PEACE!" - Brokin English Klik
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30. Bizarre Ride II

Group: The Pharcyde
Members: Slimkid3, Imani, Fatlip, Bootie Brown & J swift
Producer: J-Swift
Recorded: 1991-1992
Released: 1992
Album Title: Bizarre Ride II



Just like another group that came out in 92(except those guys consisted of 9 members and are all from New York.). Pharcyde(whom are all from LA. All members born and raised in compton/south central LA) was a group that stood out compared to a lot of the copy cats that were popping out in 92, ESPECIALLY THOSE HARDCORE GANGSTER Cliches. What made pharcyde stand out other then the crazy cartoon filled jazzy fluid tunes made By J-Swift are the the fellow rappers slimkid 3, Imani, Fatlip and Bootie Brown. All with a different silly cartoony light hearted flow with wacky voice that goes and matches the beat and jazzy tune that follows up with the album. What makes this album so incredible is it truly sounds like it was ahead of its time, seriously this shit sounds like it was made in 94-93, hell even 1995!!. Its hard to imagine this shit hit the shelves in 1992 and was made during 1991. Not only that, but it was released during a time when a lot of gangster/hardcore rap acts and typical "Bang bang, i'm a rape yo mother and sniff some glue and fuck yo ass up with my butter knife" rappers and rap groups were hitting the market, The pharcyde were anything but GANGSTER and HARDCORE. Just like a tribe called quest, The pharcyde came out of the box during a time when nothing but hardcore gangster rap was taking over.

I was fortunate enough to see these guys with a tribe called quest and Nas at the Rock the Bells Hip hop festival during the summer of 2008. They sounded even better live AND IT WAS THEIR REUNION after being broken up in..shit..fuck if I remember, but it's been ages! They played about 70% of their debut album, the only member missing was j-swift, who left after the first album and is now a crack head . Apparently he's a bum now and there's a documentary about him that came out in theaters a couple of years ago(limited release of course, ahah), damn shame he had to succumb to such a shitty habit, especially with the incredible skills that he was born with...Good god he had such a gift..and it shows in tracks like "Passin me By", "Oh Shit", "Pack the Pipe" and pretty much the entire fucking album. "Passing me by" is definitely a song a lot of people on this board such as myself can definitely relate too and is a hip hop classic, "OH shit" tells stories of sexual escapades gone wrong, for example, you hear fellow member fatlip spit about his day in Compton with a fine Jezebel who turns out to be a "john Doe" , or your classic ode to Marijuana on the weeded "PaCK the Pipe" which has all members talking about their love for the cheeba cheeba , or "Officer" which deals with the serious topic of racial profiling , Every track is classic and deals with a different topic that keeps the album flowing(preventing you from hitting that eject button ), you wont find no Gangster raps, rape, murder or torture here folks. Just like a tribe called quest, all you'll find on this record is good times, good vibes and all around Mellow fluid Tune-age for your ears to be blessed with

A must have..

OH SHIT!!! *skip the first 14 seconds, its just some stupid wierd interlude*
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wR_Wuav0Np4

Pack the Pipe
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmLdQIYf4WY

Passing Me By
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48OYTEZQR9U

ITS JIGGABOO TIME
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TH_dH...eature=related

4 better or 4 worse
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2jni...eature=related

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