How can Chronic 2001 be considered classic

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  1. Mel Man

    Mel Man Wat ya'll bout to witness

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  2. NinjaMic

    NinjaMic Brian Disease

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    Mother fuckers in that middle crowd STOPPED acting crazy and moshing with each other so they could all spit along to Dre Day. That shit's funny.

    Bein' there would have been fuckin' amazing. Man, that album was way too hot for at least 2 years. I actually bought my copy of 2001 over there when I was there for a couple months. Picked it up from an HMV with Blackout! and the Double Disc UK version of SSLP.
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  3. Freebass

    Freebass NAH NUDDAH

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    I feel you yo, and I am of the belief that the founder of a specific style of music making is basically the designer for both music and a success model......I think we agree on a lot of stuff, and don't on other things, but I respect your opinion and knowledge......I wanted to make this into a 5 paragraph thing but I get where you are coming from and I respect it more than many.......


    Great point about the originator........this is far too often a label
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  4. Mel Man

    Mel Man Wat ya'll bout to witness

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    word that shit was willd

    shows jus how poppin Aftermath was at that point, people jus lovin every track..

    That's crazy how you bought them 3 joints together , musta made for a nice plane ride home :shaqsalute:
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