Your Personal Favorite Albums?

Started by WheresTheMeat, Jul 15, 2019, in Music Add to Reading List

  1. WheresTheMeat
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    WheresTheMeat

    12/11/20 Shmurda Season

    Jul 15, 2019
    Post your PF albums, no matter how f--king unpopular or popular it might be, can be good, trash by many, or classic. Maybe 5 will do the trick. Reserved for now.
     
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  2. Michael Myers
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    Michael Myers

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    MBDTF
    2001
    Reasonable Doubt
    Hiphop is Dead
    Carter 2

    Hm; eminem show, melodrama, wtt, black album, BP1, 808, compton, restless and like 30 others.
     
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  3. Winter
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    Winter

    Super Comfy

    Jul 15, 2019
    Honestly couldn’t narrow it down if I tried. Reasonable Doubt/The Blueprint, Life After Death, and MBDTF are enduring favourites, but there are so many albums I love that trying to choose is impossible.

    An album that holds a special place in my heart that I don’t hear mentioned very often is Puff Daddy’s No Way Out. First rap album I ever heard in full.
     
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  4. WheresTheMeat
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    12/11/20 Shmurda Season

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    Alright, putting mine up. Usually these 5 are my personal top 5, based on playtime alone

    It's Dark And Hell Is Hot
    The Unseen
    Watching Movies With The Sound Off
    Flockaveli
    Internal Affairs

    If it were top 15, I'd probably add in (not in order) :
    Ridin Dirty
    Enta Da Stage
    The Blueprint
    Gangster And A Gentleman
    Lifestylez of Da Poor & Dangerous
    Man On The Moon 1
    Barter 6
    Piñata
    Take Care
    Blonde
     
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    WheresTheMeat

    12/11/20 Shmurda Season

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    Top 10 pop album oat, tbr.
     
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  6. Michael Myers
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    Michael Myers

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    Absolutely. Amazing album
     
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    Hip-Hop

    Supreme Clientele - Ghostface
    Below the Heavens - Blu & Exile
    MMLP - Eminem
    The Blueprint - Jay-Z
    The Night Took Us in Like Family - L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae

    Rock/Metal

    Holy Wood - Marilyn Manson
    The King of Everything - Jinjer
    Get Behind Me Satan - The White Stripes
    Magic Potion - The Black Keys
    Appetite For Destruction - G'N'R

    Pop/Jazz

    Off the Wall - MJ
    Bad - MJ
    The Lady Sings the Blues - Billie Holiday
    Little Broken Hearts -Norah Jones
    Elevator to the Gallows (Original Soundtrack) - Miles Davis

    Instrumental

    The Mad Writer - L'Orange
    Donuts - J Dilla
    Shades of Blue - Madlib
    The Gift - Denmark Vessey
    Embrace the Strange - Devil White (me)

    Ok, that's enough...lol there's lots more from all genres but I'll leave it at that.
     
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  8. Buddha
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    Buddha

    It’s dangerous to go alone.

    Jul 15, 2019
    Off the top of my head:

    - Biggie: Ready To Die
    - Biggie: Life After Death
    - Tupac: Me Against The World
    - Jay Z: The Blueprint
    - Nas: Illmatic

    Pretty obvious I grew up in a specific era lol. That’s just off the top of my head, but there are so many more albums that I absolutely love to listen to on a regular basis. 50 Cent Guess Who’s Back and GRODT and Power of the Dollar, Gravediggaz Six Feet Deep is an underground classic, MBDTF, hell most of Kanye’s discography, Reasonable Doubt, 36 Chambers, all the original wu tang solo albums, Supreme Clientele, UGK Riding Dirty, Chamillionaire and Paul Wall Get Ya Mind Correct, Beastie Boys Paul’s Boutique, both Big L albums, just about every OutKast album...

    Shit there are so many it’s hard to pick.
     
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  9. joeyp363
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    Revival
    Blank Face LP
    Revival
    Book of Ryan
    Revival
    Demigodz-Killmatic
    Revival
    2001
     
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    Rap:
    Life After Death - Biggie
    No Way Out - Puff
    The College Dropout - Kanye
    Purple Haze - Cam'ron
    The Blueprint - Jay
    It Was Written - Nas
    Be - Common
    Food & Liquor - Lupe Fiasco
    Aquemini - Outkast
    Donuts - J Dilla

    Non-Rap:
    Discovery - Daft Punk
    Blonde - Frank Ocean
    Since I Left You - The Avalanches
    Room on Fire - The Strokes
    In Rainbows - Radiohead
    Confessions - Usher
    Siamese Dream - Smashing Pumpkin
    Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots - The Flaming Lips
    ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? - Maná
    Kaleidoscope Dream - Miguel

    So many more missing but I'd say these are my most treasured albums
     
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  11. Sav Stanfield
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    This is tough. There's a bunch of albums hovering around the HM area. But if I had to narrow it down to those I've got the most entertainment out of

    DS2 / Monster / 56 Nights
    My Krazy Life
    Enter the Wu Tang
    Blueprint
    GRODT
    College Dropout
    Supreme Clientele
    Drought 3
     
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  12. Buddha
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    Buddha

    It’s dangerous to go alone.

    Jul 15, 2019
    Shit can’t belive I forgot DS2. I don’t listen to a ton of ATL or trap music but this album is legendary.

    Da Drought 3 is still my favorite lil Wayne project ever. It was the first project of his where I realized he had the potential to be a goat.
     
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    Tech N9ne
     
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    Trap Lord by ASAP Ferg
     
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    The Playa President

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    Anyone who hasn’t heard this album should give it a listen. Thank me later.
     
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    Buddha

    It’s dangerous to go alone.

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    Agree. Everyone really should check it out if they haven’t already. It’s fantastic.

    Side note. This is going to sound retarded, but when Chamillionaire first announced his retirement from music, I was incredibly disappointed. But I convinced myself he was just taking an extended hiatus. But over the years as he’s stayed true to his word, my disappointment has evolved into somewhat of a sadness (kind of similar to when your favorite rapper dies way too soon but obviously not that serious). Yea he had a monster hit with riding dirty, but Cham was and still is incrediblely underrated as a rapper. His catalogue is phenomenal. And his hook game? It’s up there with Nate Dogg and 50 Cent. Luckily for his fans and his legacy, he left us with a massive catalogue to enjoy before he called it quits. I don’t listen to him as frequently as I did back in the day, but when I hear one of his songs, I get sucked right into the Chamillionaire wormhole and listen to countless hours of his shit. Dude is a beast.
     
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  17. WheresTheMeat
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    Oh yeah I should add my 3 biggest guilty pleasures, for some reason i like a little too much.

    Rolling Papers, Teenage Dream, & the almighty 6 Kiss.
     
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    If You’are Reading This It’s Too Late
     
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    I’m weak. Best troll post of 2019
     
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    Jul 17, 2019
    Lemme school you youngsters with these masterpieces...
    • Criminal Minded - Boogie Down Productions
    • The Low-End Theory - A Tribe Called Quest
    • 3 Feet High & Rising - De La Soul
    • Mama Said Knock You Out - LL Cool J
    • Paid In Full - Eric B & Rakim
     
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