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  • Jan 29
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    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

  • Jan 29
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    Oblivion X

    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

    You should

  • Classics on classics

  • Jan 29
    Oblivion X

    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

    oh man have fun

  • One of the greatest discographies of all time

  • Jan 29
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    Why so late

  • Troy Ave Stan

    Skip Clipse and go straight to Pusha T solo

    I hope this is the last page you post on

  • Troy Ave Stan

    Skip Clipse and go straight to Pusha T solo

    I love solo Push too but

  • Oblivion X

    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

    PLEASE

  • met

    Why so late

    there's sooo much music out there, but you're never late when discovering good music

  • Oblivion X

    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

    Sure! I love seeing threads like this.

  • Jan 29

    Just listened to HHNF two days ago. So good

  • i don't really love any of the clipse albums tbh, i prefer push solo work

    maybe i'll revisit them along with you.

  • Jan 30
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    i love this trend. should've done this when i was listening to the beatles or kanye. not sure what artist i would do it for now tbh. Might just hop on the trend even though i have heard most of the albums from the artists i want to hear

  • So many classics you’re about to get into

  • Oblivion X

    Might do this type of thread too but for Radiohead

    It was inevitable

  • Feb 1
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    The story behind this album is quite interesting. The only single released to promote it was "The Funeral" and it didn't gain any traction whatsoever. This led the label, Elektra, to lose all confidence in seeing a profit from this album and shelving it indefinitely. Despite these circumstances, the album is a revelation. The Neptunes go so far above and beyond the sound of the late '90s rap zeitgeist with nothing but talented rhymers backing them up.

    The album also follows a concept of a man’s inner thoughts and memories before death with brilliant use of interludes to structure the narrative. This is less like how Dr. Dre used interludes on 2001 and closer to how they are used in To Pimp a Butterfly. They reinforce the central narrative and demand extra attention to the project as a whole, more than simply giving listeners a break from concentration.

    Mainstream rap albums rarely deliver on ambitions this high. Not a single second of this near 70 minute album is wasted.

    9/10

    Fav Tracks: Breakfast in Cairo, Wild Cowboy, Taiwan to Texas, Watch Over Me

    Least Fav Track: Stick Girl

  • Feb 1
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    fear of ghosts

    The story behind this album is quite interesting. The only single released to promote it was "The Funeral" and it didn't gain any traction whatsoever. This led the label, Elektra, to lose all confidence in seeing a profit from this album and shelving it indefinitely. Despite these circumstances, the album is a revelation. The Neptunes go so far above and beyond the sound of the late '90s rap zeitgeist with nothing but talented rhymers backing them up.

    The album also follows a concept of a man’s inner thoughts and memories before death with brilliant use of interludes to structure the narrative. This is less like how Dr. Dre used interludes on 2001 and closer to how they are used in To Pimp a Butterfly. They reinforce the central narrative and demand extra attention to the project as a whole, more than simply giving listeners a break from concentration.

    !https://youtu.be/8-5Qno6egrw

    Mainstream rap albums rarely deliver on ambitions this high. Not a single second of this near 70 minute album is wasted.

    9/10

    Fav Tracks: Breakfast in Cairo, Wild Cowboy, Taiwan to Texas, Watch Over Me

    Least Fav Track: Stick Girl

    i never have actually heard this outside of The Funeral

    might have to now

  • EuroNymous

    i never have actually heard this outside of The Funeral

    might have to now

    Bro Chad and P went apeshit

  • Feb 1
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    fear of ghosts

    The story behind this album is quite interesting. The only single released to promote it was "The Funeral" and it didn't gain any traction whatsoever. This led the label, Elektra, to lose all confidence in seeing a profit from this album and shelving it indefinitely. Despite these circumstances, the album is a revelation. The Neptunes go so far above and beyond the sound of the late '90s rap zeitgeist with nothing but talented rhymers backing them up.

    The album also follows a concept of a man’s inner thoughts and memories before death with brilliant use of interludes to structure the narrative. This is less like how Dr. Dre used interludes on 2001 and closer to how they are used in To Pimp a Butterfly. They reinforce the central narrative and demand extra attention to the project as a whole, more than simply giving listeners a break from concentration.

    !https://youtu.be/8-5Qno6egrw

    Mainstream rap albums rarely deliver on ambitions this high. Not a single second of this near 70 minute album is wasted.

    9/10

    Fav Tracks: Breakfast in Cairo, Wild Cowboy, Taiwan to Texas, Watch Over Me

    Least Fav Track: Stick Girl

    Wow, 9/10 is high asf lmao

    I remember skimming through it years ago and finding it to be decent but I might have to listen again based on this

  • When you take into account The Clipse Discog as a whole as well as mixtapes Push definitely has an all time great discog, looking forward to seeing the rest of the reviews

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    Feb 1
    Troy Ave Stan

    Skip Clipse and go straight to Pusha T solo

    all of pusha best bars from clipse era

  • proper 🔩
    Feb 1
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    925Andrew

    i love this trend. should've done this when i was listening to the beatles or kanye. not sure what artist i would do it for now tbh. Might just hop on the trend even though i have heard most of the albums from the artists i want to hear

    Do one for Myles Parrish

  • proper 🔩
    Feb 1
    fear of ghosts

    The story behind this album is quite interesting. The only single released to promote it was "The Funeral" and it didn't gain any traction whatsoever. This led the label, Elektra, to lose all confidence in seeing a profit from this album and shelving it indefinitely. Despite these circumstances, the album is a revelation. The Neptunes go so far above and beyond the sound of the late '90s rap zeitgeist with nothing but talented rhymers backing them up.

    The album also follows a concept of a man’s inner thoughts and memories before death with brilliant use of interludes to structure the narrative. This is less like how Dr. Dre used interludes on 2001 and closer to how they are used in To Pimp a Butterfly. They reinforce the central narrative and demand extra attention to the project as a whole, more than simply giving listeners a break from concentration.

    !https://youtu.be/8-5Qno6egrw

    Mainstream rap albums rarely deliver on ambitions this high. Not a single second of this near 70 minute album is wasted.

    9/10

    Fav Tracks: Breakfast in Cairo, Wild Cowboy, Taiwan to Texas, Watch Over Me

    Least Fav Track: Stick Girl

    From Taiwan to Texas lambos to lexus

  • Feb 1
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    2 replies
    ryuH

    Wow, 9/10 is high asf lmao

    I remember skimming through it years ago and finding it to be decent but I might have to listen again based on this

    Bruh it’s wild how good these songs are. It’s so far ahead of literally every other 90s rap I’ve heard.