Your Top 10 Albums of All Time

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  1. mapleleaf

    mapleleaf bumpin onyx in the jag

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    if anyone has download links to any of these albums please feel free to drop them in this thread ill find some later for the ones i listed
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  2. Ness Lee

    Ness Lee I'm kind of a big deal

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    reasonable doubt
    blueprint
    it was written
    a plus - latch key child
    redman - dare is a darkside/muddy waters
    outkast - damn near everything
    pharoahe monch - both albums
    amy winehouse - back to black
    raekwon - only built
    fresh prince - he's the dj i'm the rapper
    kanye's first two
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    Wow I just listened to the entire Mac Mall album (it's on youtube) because I had heard of Mac Mall but never bumped any of his shit. That album is fire and I basically liked every beat and Mac Mall is talented for sure.
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    Beatles - Revolver
    Miles Davis- Kind of Blue
    Tribe called quest- Midnight Marauders
    Jeff Buckley- Grace
    Elliott Smith - Xo
    Jorge Ben- A Tábua de Esmeralda
    Bad Brains - Banned In DC
    Slum Village - Fantastic Vol 2
    Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde (greatest break up album EVER)
    Velvet underground- Loaded ...sorry dirt bag as much as i fancy the musical stylings of Brother Lynch he can't fuck with lou reed on any level. The velvets "loaded" is the only one that exist in my eyes
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  5. mapleleaf

    mapleleaf bumpin onyx in the jag

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    speak what are your top 10 rap albums
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  6. Serge dot T

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    i couldnt pick a favorite zep album so i said fuck it and left them out lol. i was in between 4 and american graffiti, but its like you said.
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  7. FarooqHakim

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    Physical Graffiti and Houses of the Holy are the most underrated albums in their discography. I've never thought LZ4 was that good, and Stairway to Heaven is not terrible, but might just be the most overrated song EVER. Black Dog is a fun song though
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  8. Drones

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    How's that a break up album? It's mostly just love songs. Still a great album, but Blood on the Tracks is probably more on the break up tip.
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  9. 2essentialz

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    good shit, i'll make a list tomorrow when i'm soberer. is it wrong to not like jay z at all? i just cant get into dude. i liked reasonable doubt, but he is just boring as hell to me. a few songs here and there are dope, but naw. song cry was good too. i dunno. boring shit.
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    BLAZE-WON GOD BODY

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    Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson: VH1 Storytellers (Unplugged Album)
    Johnny Cash: American V
    Pink Floyd: The Wall
    Jay-Z: The Blueprint
    Brother Ali: Shadows On The Sun
    Biggie: Ready To Die
    Hank Crawford: Wildflower
    Curtis Mayfield: Curtis
    Isaac Hayes: Black Moses
    Jimi Hendrix/Band of Gypsies: Band of Gypsies
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  11. bald ego

    bald ego Words of Prey

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    how do i delete this post?
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  12. Bleach...

    Bleach... Put me in your markers...

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    first you let the guns and the clips blow.
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    1. Common - Resurrection
    2. Talib Kweli - Reflection Eternal

    Everything else, no order...

    Nas - Illmatic
    Big L - Lifestyles ov da poor & Dangerous
    Notorious BIG - Ready to Die
    Eminem - Slim Shady LP
    The Roots - Do You Want More?!?!??!!?
    Big Pun - Capital Punishment
    The Fugees - The Score
    Black Star - Black Star
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  14. BLAZE-WON

    BLAZE-WON GOD BODY

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    Yeah i had to leave them off too cuz i couldn't pick one.

    Physical Graffitti prolly gets the most plays from me tho.
    But iii is up there too.
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  15. mapleleaf

    mapleleaf bumpin onyx in the jag

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    the first 3 outkast albums
    the first 2 kanye albums
    reasonable doubt, blueprint, and black album
    and 80% of the roots albums
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  16. _Mac_

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    Dream Theater - Awake
    Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth
    Madvillain - Madvillainy
    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here... or Animals... it's a toss up
    Deftones - White Pony
    Eminem - Slim Shady LP
    Dr Dre - Chronic 2001
    Quasimoto - The Unseen
    RJD2 - Deadringer
    Royce - Bar Exam (first one)
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  17. BLAZE-WON

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    lol @ 80%,

    man i really can't fuck with the roots after phrenology man. i try but can't.
    i'm not even a huge fan of them pre-illadeph halflife (their best album imo)

    and the first track i ever recorded i was 16 and it was over the "what they do" instrumental.
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  18. mapleleaf

    mapleleaf bumpin onyx in the jag

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    really i loved game theory and rising down. i didnt like phrenology that much except a few of the songs on there were phenomonal. tipping point was ok but it had some weak stuff. dont sleep on game theory.
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  19. reznick

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    Rising Down was fuckin cold

    75 bars proves why thought should be mentioned in every "best rapper alive" conversation.

    He recorded that song in one take, on the studio couch, through a toy voice changer.
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  20. I_Am_PhArAoH

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    Mannn yall be listenin to that BULLSHIT lol. I dont know if i can name 10, but i can give you 5.

    1. Bone (East 99 Eternal)
    2. 2pac (All Eyes on Me)
    3. 50 Cent (Get Rich Or Dye Trying)
    4. Spice 1 (Amerikkas Nightmare)
    5. Crucial Conflict (The Final Tic)
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