Album of the day (#424): The Low End Theory

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  • Posted: 01/12/2012 09:34
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Xavygravy wrote:
kidamnesiac wrote:
bork, i am sorry about what i said.

naples can you tell me how you are helping us by being a dork.


mario kart toad dude, press the ignore button on nipples and stfu.



I haven't heard this album, so I guess I'll give it a listen tomorrow.

Is it one of those 'first listen, instantly awesome' albums? Or does it take some time?


I loved it IMMEDIATELY and it was the very first hip-hop album I ever owned, so I would say it'll form a pretty instant attachment if it's your thing.
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One of the greatest Hip Hop albums!!
Anything of the albums by the 'Native Tongues' crew are great Laughing
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ok, i am going to stop, everyone has a right to tell us who are new to music, what the most popular songs on each album are.
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Xavygravy wrote:
kidamnesiac wrote:
bork, i am sorry about what i said.

naples can you tell me how you are helping us by being a dork.


mario kart toad dude, press the ignore button on nipples and stfu.



I haven't heard this album, so I guess I'll give it a listen tomorrow.

Is it one of those 'first listen, instantly awesome' albums? Or does it take some time?


personally it was in my chart after only one listening.
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kidamnesiac wrote:
ok, i am going to stop, everyone has a right to tell us who are new to music, what the most popular songs on each album are.


...................................................................wut?
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i forgot to put a comma after us, sorry to confuse you
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While I agree that Low End Theory is classic (great early 90s counter to the aggressive tone of gangsta rap), I think I end up playing Midnight Marauders more often, if only to hear Busta Rhymes on "Oh My God". (I nearly started a brawl in basketball, because it got in my head after an opponent missed his shot, and he thought I was mocking him) Neutral . I love Busta. Too bad he never had a consistent album that could qualify as great.
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The Low End Theory is my favorite hip hop album. It has everything a hip hop album should need, mainly great lyrics and great production. It also proves that hip hop and jazz can make a great combination.
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