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Top 5 albums since 2005.
« on: August 21, 2009, 02:18:13 PM »
i don't know my order, but let me just throw some names out at you guys.

Chamillionaire - Ultimate Victory
WC - Guilty By Affiliation
The Game - DA or LAX
Joe Budden - Padded Room or anything else.
Lupe - The Cool
Slaughterhouse - Slaughterhouse
Reks - Grey Hairs
Murs - Murs 4 President
Meth & Red - Blackout 2
Quik & Kurupt - BlaQKout
Kanye West - Graduation
Eminem - Relapse

most of those are just from the last two years; i'm pretty bad at remembering things like this.

but let's hear some lists.
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2009, 02:26:55 PM »
slaughterhouse - slaughterhouse

majesty - the street made LP

macadoshis - tha come up

crooked i - block obama

crooked - i block obama part 2








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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2009, 02:27:39 PM »
Mine, just a list, not Top 5.

U.G.K - Underground Kingz
Chamillionaire - Ultimate Victory
Young Buck - Buck The World
Scarface - Emeritus
Prodigy & The Alchemist - Return Of The Mac
Prodigy - H.N.I.C. part. 2
Jay-Z - American Gangster
Snoop Dogg - Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Bun B - Trill
T.I. - King
The Game - The Documentary
The Game - The Doctor's Advocate
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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2009, 02:28:56 PM »
U got some avg. ass shit on there imo lol. Just me though. That Red & Meth lacked any standout tracks at all. Murs was ok I guess. Eminem's was lackluster imo. Let me think of a list here. I can't really rank best to "worst", but this is my list of my top 20 albums of the last 5 years.

Chamillionaire - The Ultimate Victory
Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
Common - Be
Jay-Z - American Gangster
Joe Budden - The Padded Room
Joell Ortiz - The Brick
Killer Mike - I Pledge Allegiance 2
Lupe Fiasco - The Cool
Nas - Untitled
OutKast - Idlewild
Scarface - Made
Scarface - Emeritus
Slaughterhouse - Slaughterhouse
The Product - One Hunid
T.I. - King
The Game - The Documentary
The Game - The Doctor's Advocate
The Geto Boys - The Foundation
UGK - UGK
Young Jeezy - Thug Motivation 101
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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2009, 02:32:21 PM »
slaughterhouse - slaughterhouse

majesty - the street made LP

macadoshis - tha come up

crooked i - block obama

crooked - i block obama part 2

top 5

mixtapes count?

in that case, i have to throw The Confessional & some Mixtape Messiahs. ;D

did they put "Hip Hop Weekly Series" on CD? i would give that the nod for greatness.

Mine, just a list, not Top 5.

U.G.K - Underground Kingz
Chamillionaire - Ultimate Victory
Young Buck - Buck The World
Scarface - Emeritus
Prodigy & The Alchemist - Return Of The Mac
Prodigy - H.N.I.C. part. 2
Jay-Z - American Gangster
Snoop Dogg - Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Bun B - Trill

forgot about Buck The World ----> great album.

& i always enjoyed Jay's American Gangster. 8)

U got some avg. ass shit on there imo lol. Just me though. That Red & Meth lacked any standout tracks at all. Murs was ok I guess. Eminem's was lackluster imo. Let me think of a list here. I can't really rank best to "worst", but this is my list of the best 19 (random number lol) albums of the last 5 years.

lol, i know. :-[

i couldn't think of half of these albums, so i just named whatever came to mind & they all happened to come out this year. :P

i'm bumpin' UV for the first time in 6-7 months & i am realizing how much i loved that album lol. 8)
 

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« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2009, 02:33:32 PM »
block obama volume 2 was not a mixtape - it all 100% original material on it, nobody else's beats.
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« Reply #6 on: August 21, 2009, 02:37:58 PM »
Ya I wouldn't count tapes or street albums. In that case I'd add some more Joe Budden, Crooked I & Bishop Lamont. Rain & J. Cole as well.
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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #7 on: August 21, 2009, 02:40:01 PM »
block obama volume 2 was not a mixtape - it all 100% original material on it, nobody else's beats.

i suppose you're right; more of a street album than a mixtape.

Ya I wouldn't count tapes or street albums. In that case I'd add some more Joe Budden, Crooked I & Bishop Lamont. Rain & J. Cole as well.

J. Cole! 8)
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #8 on: August 21, 2009, 03:23:22 PM »
Little Brother - The Minstrel Show
Nas - Hip Hop Is Dead
Royce Da 59 - The Album
Self Scientific - Change
Smif N Wessun - Reloaded
Lupe Fiasco - Food and Liquor

I might throw in L.A.X. or Recession for more mainstream albums.
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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #9 on: August 21, 2009, 03:39:39 PM »
Game 1st 2 albums
WC - Guilty by Affiliation
Evidence - The Weatherman LP
Busta - the Big Bang

the majority of the albums named are just above average/good at best ... show you how the genre has been wack for a while
 

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« Reply #10 on: August 21, 2009, 03:53:51 PM »
MC Eiht - Affiliated [2006]  8) 8.5/10

Ice Cube - Raw Footage [2008] 10/10

The Game - Doctors Advocate [2006] 9.5/10

Common - Finding Forever [2007] one of my fav. all-times album 10/10

J.Wells & Kurupt - Digital Smoke [2007] over 9000 times in playlist. J.Wells production was hella tight. Banging WC album. 10/10

Chamillionaire - both solo r crazy but I choose The Sound Of Revenge [2005] 8/10 (and bootleg wit Thugga - We Built This City was dope too  ;D )

fo sho - Eminem - Relapse [2009] 8/10

Bun-B - same situation like with Cham, but I like Trill II [2008] 9/10

E.S.G. - The Chronicles [2008] 10/10

Z-Ro  -I'm Still Living [2006] 10/10

and a lot of other shit...)

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #11 on: August 21, 2009, 07:12:48 PM »
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

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LMAO...I don't know what else.
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2009, 07:17:23 PM »
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2009, 07:27:31 PM »
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #14 on: August 21, 2009, 07:32:06 PM »
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #15 on: August 21, 2009, 07:39:09 PM »
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.
 

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Re: Top 5 albums since 2005.
« Reply #16 on: August 21, 2009, 07:42:41 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck
 

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« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2009, 07:46:33 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck

music today is just a remake of older music.

it may be a cause, but i don't know.

Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.

hell yeah lol, too bad he fell off & fits his own description. :laugh: :P
 

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« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2009, 07:47:55 PM »
Ones that have not been mentioned yet...

The Roots - Game Theory
J Dilla - The Shining
Warren G - In The Mid-Nite Hour
 

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« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2009, 08:04:31 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck

music today is just a remake of older music.

it may be a cause, but i don't know.

Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.

hell yeah lol, too bad he fell off & fits his own description. :laugh: :P


Wellllll, I'll have to disagree there. ;D
 

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« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2009, 08:12:30 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck

music today is just a remake of older music.

it may be a cause, but i don't know.

Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.

hell yeah lol, too bad he fell off & fits his own description. :laugh: :P


Wellllll, I'll have to disagree there. ;D

 :P

you were feelin' that new album?

that's the kind of album you were talking about before; it has like 3 or 4 good cuts & the rest is trash. :-X

EDIT: to me that album is, anyway.
 

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« Reply #21 on: August 21, 2009, 08:16:46 PM »
padded room
the cool
guilty by affiliation
So True
Graduation
Doctors Advocate
escape route
gangsta and a gentleman
finding forever

no order....so much more....mostly mainstream top releases i put up there besides a few
 

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« Reply #22 on: August 21, 2009, 08:19:48 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck

music today is just a remake of older music.

it may be a cause, but i don't know.

Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.

hell yeah lol, too bad he fell off & fits his own description. :laugh: :P


Wellllll, I'll have to disagree there. ;D

 :P

you were feelin' that new album?

that's the kind of album you were talking about before; it has like 3 or 4 good cuts & the rest is trash. :-X

EDIT: to me that album is, anyway.

In my opinion yeah I liked it.

To me, the album had some skipable shit, but so did his earlier stuff to me. I wouldn't call it trash, maybe average, but we all enjoy average albums......(at some point) :laugh:
 

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« Reply #23 on: August 21, 2009, 08:23:54 PM »
i just looked at many of the albums from 2005 till now, all genres, theres been like straight garbage, the top 5 is still wack as fuck

music today is just a remake of older music.

it may be a cause, but i don't know.

Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang
The Game - The Documentary

 ;D

LMAO...I don't know what else.

some people praised that Busta album.

i bumped it a few times, felt a few songs off it; but overall i thought it was good, but nothin' extra special. :-X

Really?

In my opinion there was only like 3 wack songs off that record. And usually, for me, it's just the opposite. I buy a Hip Hop album now and only enjoy like 3 or 4 songs off it. :D

And honestly, The Documentary and The Big Bang are the only 2 off the top of the head, that are fortunately not like that......(since '05)

Legend of The Fall Offs was my favorite cut off that album.

loved Don't Get Carried Away.

i actually am lookin' through the tracklisting right now, i liked more songs than disliked.

but i don't know, it wasn't anything special to me, just good song. :P

 8)

I can understand that.

Haha.

Yes, though, the song Busta ended the album wit....HEAT...perfect banger. Def. can see that being a favorite. Lol. Dark as fuck.

hell yeah lol, too bad he fell off & fits his own description. :laugh: :P


Wellllll, I'll have to disagree there. ;D

 :P

you were feelin' that new album?

that's the kind of album you were talking about before; it has like 3 or 4 good cuts & the rest is trash. :-X

EDIT: to me that album is, anyway.

In my opinion yeah I liked it.

To me, the album had some skipable shit, but so did his earlier stuff to me. I wouldn't call it trash, maybe average, but we all enjoy average albums......(at some point) :laugh:

agreed lol. 8)

ohh, forgot to mention Obie Trice's "Second Rounds On Me". 8)
 

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« Reply #24 on: August 22, 2009, 12:00:52 AM »
Slaughterhouse - Slaughterhouse
Nas - Untitled
Joell Ortiz - The Brick (Bodega Chronicles)
eMc - the Show