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Clockworx (Admin)

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:07:27 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Clockworx
You guys know the drill. I know mistakes can happen but please look to see if the album has been nominated first before posting your lists. Gonna close the thread for nominations Saturday night. Ill get it started with 10 more obvious ones then you guys continue it...

Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
A Tribe Called Quest - People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm
Public Enemy - Fear of a Black Planet
Gang Starr - Step in the Arena
Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth - Funky Technician
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Wanted: Dead or Alive
EPMD - Business as Usual
Masta Ace - Take a Look Around
King Tee - At Your Own Risk
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out

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cEe-CuT

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:16:15 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for cEe-CuT
brand nubian "one for all" > one of the top 5 albums of 1990!

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:21:13 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for cEe-CuT
geto boys - def american album
eric b & rakim - let the rhythm hit em
k-solo - tell the world my name
phd (poet & hot day) - without warning
tragedy - intelligent hoodlum

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JVC Force- Force field
2 Live Crew- Banned in the U.S.A.
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo- wanted dead or alive
K-Solo- tell the world my name
MC Shan- play it again shan
Comptons most wanted- it’s a Compton thing
Special Ed- Legal
Poison Clan- 2 low life muthas
King Sun- Righteous but ruthless
Cool C- life in the ghetto
Too Short- Short dogs in the house

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 8:35:34 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for amun1ra1ptah
grand daddy i.u. - smooth assassin
yz - sons of the father
lakim shabazz - the lost tribe of shabazz

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Above The Law - Livin' Like Hustlers
Boogie Down Productions - Edutainment
Brand Nubian - One for All
Paris - The Devil Made Me Do It
Poor Righteous Teachers - Holy Intellect
X-Clan - To the East, Blackwards

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dj rolo

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 9:20:45 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for dj rolo
90% of the cats here didn't even know what hiphop was in 1990, probably not even born either. so all this talk based on heresay and safe selections

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 9:34:17 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink   Click Here to Email tippi dink
rolo, these album of the year threads are based on the opinion of these albums in 2018, not the opinion of these albums in 1990, so whether or not someone heard them the year they came out is completely irrelevent. they're still the same exact albums that they were in 1990, and the point of these threads is really to see how they aged.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 9:35:24 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink   Click Here to Email tippi dink
if you think there were better albums released that year that hold up today, feel free to nominate them though.

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dj rolo

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 10:47:42 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for dj rolo
tippi, i get you, but the impact those albums had, not only their content, can only be grasped if you was there. just like saying i know what Woodstock and that era was like because i heard the music and seen the doc, i can't i wasn't there so it's second-hand views and opinions. the person who was around at that time and still is now has a valid opinion because they felt the impact first-hand AND can now critique it in retrospect and see how it held up over the years versus it's peers and the current state of the genre.

i know it's hard for you millennials to grasp because y'all feel like you're entitled to everything and your opinions matter equally to people who truly lived the experience, but i ain't rollin with it sorry

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 11:05:55 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
rolo being a catty little bitch again.


Dana Dane- Dana Dane forever
K-Solo- tell the world my name
MC Shan- play it again shan
Kool Rock J and DJ Slice- Tales from the dope side
Choice- The big payback
Disco Rick- the negro’s back
MC Pooh- Life of a criminal
House Party Soundtrack
Rodney O and Joe Cooley- three the hard way
Force MD’s-step to me
Digital underground- sex packets
D-Nice- call me d-nice
Professor Griff- pawns in the game
Bobby Jimmy-Hip hop prankster
CPO- to hell and black
Smooth Ice- Smooth Ice
Big Daddy Kane- a taste of chocolate
Kickin Afrolistics- the afros
Shazzy- Attitude: a hip hop rapsody
Kid N’ Play- Funhouse
Schoolly D- Schoolly D
Run DMC- back from hell
Boo-Ya T.R.I.B.E.-new funky nation
The Jaz- to your soul
YZ- sons of the father
Esham-Boomin words from hell
H.W.A.- livin in a hoe house
Monie Love-down to earth
The 45 king- 45 kingdom
Three times dope- live from acknikulous land
Various- Were all in the same gang
Professor X- year of the 9 on the black hand side
Lakim Shabazz- lost tribe of Shabazz
Just –Ice- master piece
Chill Rob G-Ride to the rhythm
Detroits most wanted- tricks of the trades
415- 41fivin’
Audio Tw0- I don’t care the album
Mantronix- this should move ya

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 11:11:43 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for cEe-CuT
^ chill rob gee's debut album hs been released in 1989...

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rolo, i understand where you're coming from and to some extent you're right, but what you're saying isn't really significant in this particular case. no one is saying that they're entitled to anything or that they have just as much of an understanding as someone who was around when these artists were coming up, but that's not the point here.

the point of these threads is really to see how these albums have aged. you can understand the impact of these albums on some level and enjoy them for what they are, without personally experiencing them the day they came out. if an album really was a timeless classic, it wouldn't matter when it was released. hence the word timeless. i think this mentality that younger people shouldn't care about or speak on albums that came out before they were born is kind of dangerous, because that would mean in 25 years no one will be talking about some of these classic albums from the 80s and 90s at all.

if you were there to witness all of this first hand, why not try and educate people and speak about your positive experiences? funny thing is that people always place hip hop on a culture, but they want to play the gatekeepers rather than helping to keep this culture alive. i never see this happen with any other genre. when a younger person brings up miles, coltrane, or herbie, it's never met with someone saying "you can't really like that or have an opinion on it, you weren't there". same with with metal bands like sabbath, slayer, king diamond, or metallica. younger people enjoying these artists is celebrated by the old heads that were around when they were released. you should be happy that people 20 years younger than you would even give a shit about these older albums in the first place, you know what i mean?

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 11:28:49 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for tippi dink   Click Here to Email tippi dink
*funny thing is that people always place hip hop as a culture as being more important than the music

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 11:58:11 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Seme__one
Jfc that guy is at it again.....

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wigga prerequisite

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 1:03:16 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for wigga prerequisite
lets just crown this classic without even voting


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Vanilla Ice To The Extreme

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wigga prerequisite

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 1:05:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for wigga prerequisite
how about this is gem?

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No Masks

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 1:37:50 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
^actually a couple decent tracks on the hammer and vanilla. i'd bump those happily compared to the current commercial/mainstream and trap crap thats out these days.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 1:43:11 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for dj rolo
i gotchu, and when you put it that way it makes sense. i would even agree to an extent, but again, listening to RUN-D.M.C. today someone would say, oh these guys was weak or whatever, but back then they were everything, feel me? so it's not an easy thing for me to hear an 18 year old's critique on a Public Enemy album verus an old head's opinion, feel me? i wasn't tryna dis anyone, it's just i hear the kids these days dissin older artists, yet will never understand the impact these album's they are dissin had.

...and of course the biggest try-hard on this forum, lil' no mask is upset because he tries daily super-hard to be down, coming from the woods, and getting into hiphop in 1998 knowing he will NEVER be accepted must be hard to swallow, i get it bro, but hey...there is always Canadian country music, go study and memorize that music and leave this shit alone...it's just not for you. go get your boat and hit the lake kid.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 1:51:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Daddy Alfredo
lol yea this thread makes me miss the 90s. (fart noise)

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 2:00:07 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
^what a sick puppy you are rolo. assuming shit and literally deceiving yourself into believing false negatives about me cause your so desperate to feel superior. on here trying to argue all the time- i know you like arguing with men-it shows. you seem insecure and suppressing those latent homo sexual thoughts frustrates you daily i bet cause you wont except that you like men.

and what lame shit it is to just be an overall negative shit head on here talking shit on here daily. pretending race and what country your from has something to do with being down shows how mentally rigid, closed minded and arrogant you are. i started listening to rap in 1987 and i now that bugs you! i been down! now post some Dj shit like a mix you did and/or a pic or shut the fuck up you shook lil' robot man!

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 2:02:40 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
this thread shows me how much higher the quality was and way less releases than the 2000's but better than any post 1995 year.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 2:08:47 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for dj rolo
feel superior? i AM superior to you FOH!

...and 198?!!7 LOL, nobody believes you kid!nice try tho

and you just made all that stuff up about me becasue you hatin becasue i forgot more about hiphop than you'll ever know. you sat there calling me names like a child, and always with the gay and homosexual references/jokes per usual...why you always gotta take it there? you mad sus right now forest-boy.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 2:45:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
^cancer of the board (rolo). he never stops. derailing threads, talking out his ass, being an antagonistic fool since he started back on here. one of the worst on here easily. probably the worst.

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dj rolo

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 2:59:34 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for dj rolo
^you keep saying that as in hopes to convince everyone...we all know you are usually at the root of problems here, as i don't post 1/100th the frequency of you do.

but listen here Forest Chump, no matter how hard you try, you will never be respected or accepted. period. now run along and go explore in the woods.

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mic_data

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 3:08:28 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for mic_data
Ha, I was wondering if someone was going to post Hammer- it probably had the most sales of 1990 tho.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 3:23:42 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Seme__one
Jfc....

What a shit show

Tbh the interesting thing for me will be to read the opinions of posters who were'nt there when it dropped. Thats the whole point of doing this in 2018.

I agree they wont be judging it on its impact back in the day, but it is 2018 so who cares....if they dis the greats I will post a defence if I can be fucked but I wont give a shit if it doesnt change their minds.....I can understand listening to some classic LPs years later will make them seem dated....of course it will. You dont have to have a dick size competition of when you were down to be a hip hop fan

How ridiculous!!!! Btw I been down since 1881'

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 3:25:19 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for felipedahiphopadict01
that gangstarr album is from 91 if i´m not mistaken

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 3:29:49 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for felipedahiphopadict01
also i think that ll cool j album is from 91

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^it says 1990 on my cassette. always thought it was 1990 but check this from wiki:

Step in the Arena is the second studio album by hip hop duo Gang Starr, printed as a 1990 release,[1] and commercially released on January 15, 1991.

Released 1990 (liner notes)
January 15, 1991 (commercial release)

discogs says its 1990 though.

why should we believe wiki?

at semeone- i was just correcting rolo cause he said a started in 1998. i know its stupid- thats why i stopped talking to the fool.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 3:39:54 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
and i can say without looking that the cool J is 1990 for sure.

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bread = money

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PE should walk this

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mic_data

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Really, I'm not sure how much it matters if you were there or not, are our 10 year old, 13 year old selves opinions on music really that valid? All the 13 year olds right now think their music is the shit- and it aint. I was only into like Fresh Prince in 1990, wasn't until 93 when I got into Snoop Dogg, Dre, Ice Cube, etc. and Wu after Meth dropped that joint with Mary J Blige, probably 94 for that one, but I was all in it by then. But like I said, my 13 year self loved some of that shit- like Spice 1 for instance- there's no way I'd be into it if it came out today- I can still reminisce about those old joints, but really, some were horrible.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 5:08:37 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for mic_data
If any of you were old enough in the 80s- the questions is, is the best of the old sound going to get your vote- or some of the new sounding stuff? That Tribe album was way different in sound I think, even Amerikkka's most wanted and FOBP was doing something different than some of the other stuff still coming out, bu then there was still some artists using that same old school feel- was it getting old by 1990?

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 6:02:30 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Daddy Alfredo
had all the nominations after 6 replies. so basically clock were gonna have a 3 day argument.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 6:19:38 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lpac
Rolo starting to sound like a fag boy in this thread, talking all that shit about no mask from the woods????? So what, are you only cool if you from the hood like you Rolo? TWAT

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 6:21:11 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Daddy Alfredo
im totally gonna sacrifice full point scoring in the voting rounds cuz i dont even like around 90% of these albums.

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Clockworx (Admin)

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:03:02 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Clockworx
90% of the albums from 1990 sound dated as fuck today.

If im being completely honest i just wanna get this year over with and start moving forward into the 90's. With that being said, i don't think there's a clear cut winner.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:04:42 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Daddy Alfredo
i still want my votes counted clock but i can totally see only naming 2 or 3 for each round. ill take the point cut

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Litney spears

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 8:31:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Litney spears
Best year was 1998

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Ill end the nomination thread tomorrow night. Two rounds, one on Saturday and other on Sunday. Top 7-10 from each round goes to finals. Voting closes Tuesday morning. Finals Tuesday morning through Thursday morning when winner will be announced.

If anyone else got other ideas let me know. If not ill run with that.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 8:42:19 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Daddy Alfredo
seriously cosign observe. i can find faults in every other 90s yr including the beloved 95. but 1998 was the goat 90s yr.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 8:45:15 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Clockworx
'94-'96 are the best years in hip hop history and nothing else is even close.

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Litney spears

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That's your opinion Clockwork

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 9:41:23 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Clockworx
No opinion, facts bruh.

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dj rolo

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Lpac still salty that i stay dissin his idol, and future husband...the coward Faghim.

bro, you need to remove yourself from his nutsack real talk. no man should jock another man in that fashion. you mad sus right now little fella.

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posted Thursday, June 07, 2018 10:26:20 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for felipedahiphopadict01
i agree with clock as far as 1994 and 1996 but 1993 was almost just as good

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cEe-CuT

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lmao at 1995 and 1996 being amongst the best years in hip hop history ... the best albums of 1988, 1990, 1991 and 1992 top any 95 or 96 release and it's not even close...

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posted Friday, June 08, 2018 5:06:24 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
^100%. like i always say on here; 89-93 was the best.

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posted Friday, June 08, 2018 5:31:08 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
1990>>>> any other year in rap except maybe 91,92,93 and 94.

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this argument is awful. if ur between the ages 28-33 then ur golden era is prolly 95-05 like mine is. if ur between 35-42 ur stuck on that 85-94 shit.

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posted Friday, June 08, 2018 3:13:03 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for No Masks
^but its not subjective. the golden era is a known and established fixed period which is '88-'96 and most knowledgeable heads agree that no better years exist.

whats the top 10 albums from 1998?

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