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Average Rating: 3.62
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5.0 classic
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada
Mono You Are There
Wu-Tang Clan Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

4.5 superb
2Pac Me Against the World
Big L Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
CunninLynguists A Piece Of Strange
DJ Shadow Endtroducing...
DJ Shadow created an album which sounds like a combination of the last fifty years of music history, truly impeccable. The sampling is genius, the drive is genius, the substance is apparent throughout. This is excellent, between a 4.5 and a 5.
Dr. Dre The Chronic
El-P Cancer 4 Cure
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Lets ignore the immense numbers this album has produced to look at the actual music. Eminem delivers at his near peak, moving this album to classic status. He raises the bar for lyrical ability by rhyming phonetically at rapid rates. The album would have been a 5 if it wasn't for a few misplaced tracks like "Under the Influence" which should have been saved for Devil's Night (by D12). Many consider this to be Shady's strongest album and it is in totality. But song for song? Eminem has spit far more aggressive and complicated verses than what is heard on the MMLP.
Eminem Infinite
The level of skill that is heard on this album is insane. The technicality of the rhymes, the complexity of the flows, the pitches, the phonetic rhymes and linguistic twists; Eminem is at one of his best. This a 4.5 only because of the skill. If this album was artistically composed, had outstanding production, and rose in the conceptual area, it would've been a classic.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)
The soundtrack for the end of the world. I gave this a 4.5 because there are some parts of the album that just don't flow. The rating might change though, this is the first album I've listened to by this band.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.
Immortal Technique Revolutionary Volume 1
This album put Immortal Technique"s skill as a battle emcee and a storyteller in the spotlight. "Dance with the Devil", a classic underground masterpiece, is the real thing, showing the cold reality of the world we live in. Tech puts the humanity in his words; he puts the substance behind his work that listeners and fans long for. This was a solid debut. This is a necessary listen in terms of underground hip hop, a well deserved 5.
Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly
Kontakte We Move Through Negative Spaces
Mac Miller Faces
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Mono Hymn to the Immortal Wind
Nas Illmatic
OutKast Aquemini
The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die
Notorious B.I.G. - Ready to Die....A brilliantly composed album. Like Nas said on "Last Real Nigga Alive", Biggie was ahead of his time. There isn't much more that needs to be said.
When The Clouds The Longed-For Season

4.0 excellent
2Pac All Eyez on Me
A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory
Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel
Big Pun Capital Punishment
Captaincy The Captaincy EP
CunninLynguists Oneirology
Dr. Dre 2001
Eminem Relapse
Eminem The Eminem Show
Eminem The Slim Shady LP
Eminem The Slim Shady EP
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
GZA Liquid Swords
GZA has created, literally, a near perfect album. This a true hip hop classic and one of the greatest albums of all time (in hip hop at least).
Ice Cube Death Certificate
Immortal Technique The 3rd World
Immortal Technique Revolutionary Volume 2
Jay-Z Reasonable Doubt
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Kendrick Lamar Section.80
Mac Miller Watching Movies With The Sound Off
Mobb Deep The Infamous
Mono For My Parents
Mono Gone
Mono Rays of Darkness
Mono The Last Dawn
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton
Nas Life Is Good
Nas brought it back the stillmatic days, quality production, superb lyrics as expected from an emcee such as Nas.
Nas STILLmatic
Nas It Was Written
Snoop Dogg Doggystyle
The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death
The Roots undun
Westside Connection Bow Down
Wu-Tang Clan Wu-Tang Forever

3.5 great
Action Bronson Mr. Wonderful
Big L The Big Picture
Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip The Abstract & The Dragon
Childish Gambino Because the Internet
D12 Underground
The EP is good, not great, but good. It has the signature D12 sound and the listener can feel the inner Detroit sound. In other words, the album has an industrial, urban sound as well as a battle feel to it. Bizarre offers his typical twisted humor, Eye-Kyu spits with is compound syllable flow, and the rest are on point. Kuniva delivers, Mr. Porter (Kon Artist) delivers, and Bugz delivers. Proof and Eminem dominate in terms of rhyming skill. Proof spits complicated and aggressive rhymes at ease with a slick composure while Eminem bombards the ears with his classic style, as heard in Infinite as well as tracks prior to his debut album (Biterphobia, ***in' Backstabber).

Proof raps "I love killin beef so I kill a whole cow pasture// lyrically I'm sick, ill everything but sober my nickle plate pack the...jackin fool get ***ed over" followed by Eminem spitting "my intentions to injure// and to prevent ya from enterin' from the edge of my center// or get your mutha***in' pants split at the creases// ***in' you intellectually, givin' you mentally sexually transmitted diseases".

The Underground EP by D12 is a real insight on the innards of Detroit in the late 90's.
Danny Brown XXX
Eminem Recovery
Recovery was better than relapse and Relapse was a solid attempt to re-enter the rap game. This album was above average; in terms of Eminem's discography, this album, quality wise, falls in between Relapse and the Eminem Show.
Eminem Encore
Eminem Relapse: Refill
Eminem Straight from the Lab
Immortal Technique The Martyr
Kendrick Lamar C4
Nas God's Son
Nas Untitled
R.A. The Rugged Man Legends Never Die
Sadistik Flowers For My Father
ScHoolboy Q Oxymoron
Slaughterhouse On The House
The Game The Documentary
The Notorious B.I.G. Born Again
Tyler the Creator Goblin

3.0 good
50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Ab-Soul Control System
ASAP Ferg Trap Lord
Black Hippy Black Hippy
Chance the Rapper Acid Rap
Eminem Eminem Presents: The Re-Up
Eminem 8 Mile Soundtrack
Flatbush Zombies D.R.U.G.S.
Immortal Technique The Silenced Revolution
J. Cole 2014 Forest Hills Drive
Jay-Z The Blueprint
Jay-Z The Black Album
Joey Badass B4.DA.$$
Kendrick Lamar Overly Dedicated
Kendrick Lamar Kendrick Lamar
Obie Trice Cheers
Slaughterhouse Welcome to: Our House
The album was an average piece of work from Slaughterhouse in my opinion. They can do better.
Slaughterhouse Slaughterhouse
Snow Tha Product Good Nights & Bad Mornings
Soul Intent Soul Intent
If you are a fan of lyrical intensity then you'll like this. This is early Eminem spitting rapid fire lyrics (pre Slim Shady, pre Infinite)
Tech N9ne Something Else
Tech N9ne All 6's and 7's
The Game The R.E.D. Album

2.5 average
ASAP Rocky Long. Live. A$AP
Big Sean Dark Sky Paradise
Eminem The Singles
Eminem Straight From the Lab Part 2
Eminem Curtain Call: The Hits
Jay-Z Magna Carta... Holy Grail
Kanye West Yeezus
Logic Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever
Obie Trice Bottoms Up
Snow Tha Product Unorthodox
Tech N9ne Welcome to Strangeland
The Game Jesus Piece
The Notorious B.I.G. Duets: The Final Chapter

2.0 poor
Big Sean Hall of Fame
Earl Sweatshirt I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt
Logic Under Pressure

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