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5.0 classic
2Pac Me Against the World
A Tribe Called Quest Midnight Marauders
BT This Binary Universe
Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
Charles Mingus Mingus Ah Um
Converge Jane Doe
D'Angelo Voodoo
DJ Screw 3 'N The Mornin' (Part Two)
Screw da legend
Erykah Badu Baduizm
Have a Nice Life Deathconsciousness
Jay-Z Reasonable Doubt
Without a doubt in my mind, the perfect example of an NYC hip-hop album.
John Coltrane A Love Supreme
John Coltrane Blue Train
Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds
ugh it's like this is still the perfect album.
Koopsta Knicca Da Devil's Playground
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Lil Wayne Tha Carter II
Lil Wayne Tha Carter IV
Now that I listen to this, it's disappointing for Weezy but giving this a 1 just because it's Lil Wayne and you haven't actually heard the album is dumb.
Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Gorgeous, energetic, etc. Basically THE piece to help you get into classical. The best Romantic period composer in my opinion.
My Bloody Valentine Loveless
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come
Stars of the Lid The Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid
Steve Reich Music for 18 Musicians
Ugh I can never stop loving this.
Swans The Great Annihilator
The Angelic Process Weighing Souls With Sand
The Smiths Meat Is Murder
Tom Waits Bone Machine
UGK Ridin' Dirty

4.5 superb
Bersarin Quartett Bersarin Quartett
Bon Iver For Emma, Forever Ago
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Bongripper Hippie Killer
Bongripper Satan Worshipping Doom
Camp Lo Uptown Saturday Night
I never thought I'd be so in love with a jazz hip-hop record so much since I kind assumed it
was all ATCQ knockoffs, and I actually don't like A Tribe that much. This is amazing, the
emcees both have so much charisma along with the catchy-yet-relaxed production. The slang
that seems made-up on the spot just makes some extra unf. Coolie High might be one of the
best hip-hop songs ever. Can't believe this isn't more of a classic.
Charles Mingus Blues & Roots
Clams Casino Rainforest
Knowing he has no rappers to minimize his efforts or make him restrain himself on his production, he goes all out to produce a landscape of lo-fi, beautiful, hazy, drug-induced sound that uses eerie melodies, fuzziness, and imagery that really can make one imagine sprawling bright green foliage and rushing rivers and it makes the music just wash over you.rOh, and it's good when you're high, too.
Converge You Fail Me
D'Angelo Brown Sugar
Lady is the joint to play as a morning soundtrack with a good system. that describes dangelos whole vibe but ladys the song that does it best
Dance Gavin Dance Dance Gavin Dance
DJ Screw Chapter 70 - Endonesia
Drake Take Care
ppl don't seem to get that Drake is more about musicianship than he is trying to be an
amazing rapper. He's a great songwriter and he includes so many great subtleties and subtext
in his lyrics plus goddamn the man can make an amazing melody.
Frank Ocean channel ORANGE
i like rating albums as classics an hour after they're released, too.
James Blake James Blake
Japandroids Post-Nothing
Jeezy Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101
Kurt Rosenwinkel The Next Step
Lil B God's Father
Need to listen to this a few more times to get a real idea of what to rate it but I will tell you now that in twenty years, when fathers feel that their child is of age to really learn and understand the world, they'll dig a box out of their closet and dust a #rare vinyl of God's Father off before handing it off to their child, with tears glistening in their eyes to help them in their life journey. #ThankYouBasedGod
Lil Ugly Mane Uneven Compromise
Lil Wayne Dedication 2
Lil Wayne Da Drought 3
Lord Finesse The Awakening
Modern Life Is War Witness
Oneohtrix Point Never Replica
Pharoah Sanders Karma
Rites of Spring End on End
Sleep Dopesmoker
Slowdive Souvlaki
Stars of the Lid And Their Refinement Of The Decline
Stars of the Lid Avec Laudenum
Steve Reich Octet/Music For a Large Ensemble/Violin Phase
Sufjan Stevens The Age of Adz
Swans White Light From the Mouth of Infinity
Swans Children of God
The Angelic Process Coma Waering
The Fun Years Baby, It's Cold Inside
The Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower Dissertation, Honey
The Secret Solve Et Coagula
The Smiths The Smiths
UGK Super Tight...
It's Supposed to Bubble is so great.
Verse Aggression
Z-Ro The Life of Joseph W. McVey
I kind of almost feel like this kind of rapping is the precursor to Drake.
Z-Ro Let the Truth Be Told

4.0 excellent
Ab-Soul Control System
kick yo game, spit yo flow, can't fuck wit this Top Dawg shit doe
Belong Common Era
So many haters, y'all.
Bongzilla Gateway
BT Movement In Still Life
Celtic Frost Monotheist
Clams Casino Instrumental Mixtape
Denzel Curry Nostalgic 64
DJ Screw 3 'N The Mornin' (Part One)
Drake So Far Gone
Drake Thank Me Later
Amazing primarily pop rap/R&B with personal Drake twists and a story about a young man
thrust into his fame and having to assure himself that he's worth it. Not as artsy as So Far
Gone or Take Care but Aubrey and 40 still knew how to write fantastic poppier songs.
Earl Sweatshirt Doris
Erykah Badu Mama's Gun
Eyedea and Abilities First Born
Pretty cool I mean not that eye-opening or mindblowing but it's thoughtful and the lyricism
is pretty nice. And Abilities is a pretty great producer, he knows Eyedea works best with
these minimalistic beats and makes them these weird futuristic things.
James Blake CMYK
Japandroids Celebration Rock
I'm going to wait til this is reviewed to know what I should think of this.
Justin Bieber Believe
album is pretty damn good, one of the best full pop albums in recent memory. I was really
skeptical when I heard shit like Mistletoe and that this would have some club/"dubstep"-
influenced production on some songs (which makes me throw up when mixed with pop), but he
made it work really well (holy shit did you hear that climax As Long As You Love Me and
Beauty and a Beat?).

He really matured musically and this has very little filler as opposed to My World 2.0, and
it feels a lot more cohesive and has the fantastic closer really makes this feel like an
album and not a collection of possible singles with some other stuff thrown in.

Some of the weak tracks include the opener and Take You (kind of gross generic "electro/R&B"
songs). Also the song with Drake is one of the best Summer R&B songs ever and the bonus
tracks are great. Bieber's on his way to progressing to step up next to Timberlake if he
keeps it up.
Justin Timberlake Justified
Kesha Cannibal
Kingpin Skinny Pimp King Of Da Playaz Ball
omg so good
Majority Rule Emergency Numbers
Meek Mill Dreamchasers
Mouse On The Keys An Anxious Object
Oren Ambarchi Grapes from the Estate
Portico Quartet Portico Quartet
Project Pat Cheez N Dope 2
cheez n dope but better and heat all the way thru
ScHoolboy Q Habits and Contradictions
nvm I was wrong this is really cool, like futuristic gangsta rap. Just wish more parts were as personal as they were on Setbacks, like with Blessed.
Skepticism Stormcrowfleet
Dark and atmosphere and stuff
Sleep Sleep's Holy Mountain
Stars of the Lid Music For Nitrous Oxide
Steve Reich Different Trains/Electric Counterpoint
SUMA Let the Churches Burn
Swans Filth
Swans My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky
The Angelic Process ...And Your Blood Is Full Of Honey
Torche Harmonicraft
Tyler, the Creator Wolf
UGK UGK (Underground Kingz)
one of three only good double-disc albums in rap history alongside Diplomatic Immunity Vol. 1 and Life after Death
UGK Too Hard To Swallow
Waka Flocka Flame Flockaveli
Wavves King of the Beach
Worship Last Tape Before Doomsday
Z-Ro Crack
Z-Ro Cocaine

3.5 great
A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory
Alcest Les Voyages de l'Âme
Best Coast Crazy For You
Big L Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
Bill Evans Portrait in Jazz
Chief Keef Back From The Dead
chief keef has so much potential but he's just too content with puttin out sub-par songs. but I think this Chief Keef is the best chief keef. it's raw shit that just sounds like a dark night in southside Chi town and this is just a dude in a hoodie ready to come out the shadows and buss ya head open any second as opposed to the super catchy mumbly Keef on the album. Designer and I Don't Like are the best songs
Denzel Curry Strictly 4 My R.V.I.D.X.R.Z.
DJ Screw Bigtyme Recordz Vol. II: All Screwed Up
DJ Screw Chapter 108: 3-n-da Morning
Gucci Mane Chicken Talk
Gucci Mane Trap Back
The Plain Jane -> Get it Back -> Trap Back is the best trio of songs ever. Deal w/ it.
James Blake Klavierwerke
Japandroids No Singles
Jeezy Trap Or Die 2: Reloaded
its hard to rate a good jeezy project cuz theres always gonna be a lil filler but the heights of the album are so high and usually the project as a whole jus speaks to you and is a war anthem against brokeness. trap or die reloaded is one of jeezys best tracks and talking/hood politics are my shit here
Joe McPhee Nation Time
Lil Wayne Tha Carter III
Lil Wayne Tha Carter
Lil Wayne The Dedication
Lil Wayne No Ceilings
Lil Wayne Tha Block Is Hot
Matana Roberts COIN COIN Chapter One: Gens de couleur libres
Meek Mill Dreams and Nightmares
ties wit OG dreamchasers for meek's best shit. half the songs on this are some of the best he's done. from how hard believe it goes, the rawness of traumatized, the storytelling of tony story 2, but unfortunately some songs like young n gettin it that tries n fails to jump on the future/autotune street music trend n the last few songs (rich famous, real niggas, burn) that all sound like generic radio-appeal mixtape joints that fuck up the whole vibe of this album by the end. with the shitty songsd this would be one of the best rap albums of recent years
Project Pat Cheez N Dope
might have to burrrrface robbem. great beats and project pat kills this shit with his classic flow. clean ya gun music
Rick Ross Teflon Don
Rick Ross Rich Forever
Ruiner Prepare To Be Let Down
Sigur Ros Valtari
Slim Thug Already Platinum
South Park Mexican Never Change
damn why is spm on this site but no hustle town? that shit theres a mexican hood/tx classic
Stars of the Lid The Ballasted Orchestra
Steve Reich Early Works
The Smiths The Queen Is Dead
Wavves Life Sux

3.0 good
2 Chainz B.O.A.T.S. II #METIME
his sense of flow has gotten perfect this past year, his lyrics/wordplay aint great usually but they're entertaining and usually not trash anymore and some of the beats on here are some of the wildest of the year. maybe this will change but too many songs dont stick with me and too many of the beats are above average radio friendly trap for me to really be into tho
ASAP Ferg Trap Lord
I give ferg the credit of being able to make a good sounding song when he wants. let it go, shabba, hood pope, dump n didn't wanna all sound good for the most part and I can vibe wit the verses. but for the most part ferg bases his rap career/lyrics off trendy "street/gangsta music" buzzwords and boring "new age indie trap beats" to make the whole album enjoyable and his delivery can be interesting at some times and at others he tries too hard to sound different and raps like a male nicki minaj. good songs bogged down by insincerity, studio gangsta-isms and trying to sound different too much. also the work remix sucks but the og work is my favorite ferg song, dat clean ya gun music
Childish Gambino Royalty
the guy who gave it a 2.5 thought Beck killed his verse. guess he's really "turning traumas into nirvanas". ughhhhh.
James Blake Enough Thunder
A further venture into his piano ballad-y side with a more tamed future garage sound. A
pleasant listen, but can just seem like another art-pop artist at times. He needs to delve
deeper into his CMYK and Klavierwerke days and bring back that. Though keep the vocals like
on his ST because those are gorgeous.
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Kesha Animal
Lil Wayne Dedication 5
lil wayne back on his hollygrove hood shit but this makes me think of a no ceilings sequel
more than a dedication sequel. his flow and delivery is a lot better and a much better beat
selection and while his lyrics dont infuriate me they dont stick with me neither or make me
spazz out like they'd do in his prime, it all sounds like generic street lyrics with some
pussy lines thrown in for good measure
Meek Mill Dreamchasers 2
Swans Holy Money
Tyler, the Creator Goblin
This was such a terrible soundoff originally
Waka Flocka Flame Triple F Life

2.5 average
Art By Numbers Reticence: The Musical
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
Lil B Trapped In Basedworld
Kinda fun with some bangers and of course it has that hilarious appeal of him just getting ridiculous and fun with these things but just a pure stream of that is ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. If you like weird ridiculous fun you should at least check this out still.
Protest the Hero Scurrilous

2.0 poor
Justin Bieber Under the Mistletoe
Kanye West Yeezus
Meek Mill Dreamchasers 3
this disappointed the fuck out of me. wit recent events with lil snupe (RIP) and the song he released in his name I thought meek would be coming back wit the real but this album is 75% booboo that all sounds like trendy beats and empty verses that don't stick with you and bring that real street music that makes me fuck wit meek
Spark Master Tape The #SWOUP Serengeti
goddamn the vocal pitch thing is fuckin corny and annoying cant even care about the super polished trap edm beats and the horrorcore lyrics I cant remember a line of
Travis Scott Owl Pharaoh
steaming hot trash. the beats are overproduced, full of superfluous sounds and sound like a poverty kanye. the rapping is straight booboo and not only are his lyrics the least interesting of all time with talmbout unrelated things on top of each other and forcing a "dizzick" rhyme and when he gets "deep" it's laughably corny but na$ally scott manages to have the most boring delivery/flow ever that made me not remember a single bar of this. high points of this album are a few good beats (mia, drive, bad mood) and the paul wall/fauntelroy features

1.5 very poor
Lil Wayne I Am Not a Human Being II

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