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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    I think I'm the odd one out

    Wiley - Treddin' On Thin Ice
    Outkast - Aquemini
    The Roots - How I Got Over
    Kanye West - College Dropout
    Roots Manuva - Awfully Deep
    This is a really good list, Treddn' on Thin Ice is really underrated, it's up there with Boy in da Corner.

    I haven't listened to too much hip-hop but my favourites would be:

    Nas - Illmatic
    Madvillain - Madvillainy
    The Roots - Things Fall Apart
    De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
    Last edited by Duffman; 16-01-2014 at 02:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ben_ View Post
    Really feeling the last few posts.

    Interested to see Rick Ross mentioned.
    Personally I'm really anticipating Kendrick's next album, and possibly Kanye's effort (Yeezus part 2)?

    Pusha T deserves a mention too. So does Chance the Rapper with Acid Rap.
    Also looking forward to Kendrick's next album and Kanye & Jay Z Watch The Throne 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duffman View Post
    This is a really good list, Treddn' on Thin Ice is really underrated, it's up there with Boy in da Corner.

    I haven't listened to too much hip-hop but my favourites would be:

    Nas - Illmatic
    Madvillain - Madvillainy
    The Roots - Things Fall Apart
    De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
    Cheers. Rate your choices too.

    lol I forgot about BIDC

    I actually think Showtime is a better album u know. Would also like to big up Kano - Home Sweet Home

    All you Hip Hop guys should get those three albums if you don't have them already. Great introduction to Grime, which is really just UK hip hop with an authentic identity

    DL asap:
    Wiley - Treddin' On Thin Ice
    Kano - Home Sweet Home
    Dizzee - Boy In Da Corner & Showtime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    Cheers. Rate your choices too.

    lol I forgot about BIDC

    I actually think Showtime is a better album u know. Would also like to big up Kano - Home Sweet Home

    All you Hip Hop guys should get those three albums if you don't have them already. Great introduction to Grime, which is really just UK hip hop with an authentic identity

    DL asap:
    Wiley - Treddin' On Thin Ice
    Kano - Home Sweet Home
    Dizzee - Boy In Da Corner & Showtime
    I like Wiley and Kano, never enough to download their albums though. Will give them a go though now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshua View Post
    I like Wiley and Kano, never enough to download their albums though. Will give them a go though now.
    Both of those albums are absolute classics imo, flawless.

    So representative of UK culture of the time too. Genuinely exciting music. HSH will hit you straight away, TOTI is more of a creeper.

    What happened to that defiant, authentic UK urban identity of the early 2000s? Everyone just wants to sell out now :-(

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    Foals - Holy Fire
    Black Sabbath - Paranoid
    Radiohead - Kid A
    LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver
    The Beatles - Revolver

    All highly addictive

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshua View Post
    I like Wiley and Kano, never enough to download their albums though. Will give them a go though now.
    Did you get these mate?

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    Van Morrison - Astral Weeks
    The Who - Quadrophenia
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
    The Beatles - Abbey Road
    The Verve - Urban Hymns

    There's so many more, I just put up the first 5 I thought of!

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    The Roots - Game Theory, just for the J Dilla tribute. But their whole discography is just epic.
    Mos Def - Black on Both Sides
    Blackstar - Blackstar
    ATCQ - Midnight Marauders
    The Strokes - Is This It.


    Theres loads more albums that I couldn't live with out however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Condor Aasllani View Post
    Did you get these mate?
    I did. Kano's album was decent. Haven't listened to Wiley yet, but I'm sure it's decent.

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