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  • BOOK OF LIFE / 4 DEGREES FOR THE STREETS

    4 50.00%
  • 24/7 / BOOK OF LIFE,PAGE 2

    3 37.50%
  • WEAK MINDS / BOOK OF DEATH

    1 12.50%
  • ALL TIME EINSTEIN / TECH'S TECHNIQUE

    1 12.50%
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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by manphat View Post
    or the 'Fortified Live/2000 Seasons' 12

    a must for the crates imo
    don't have any talib kweli related material...i'm still pissed off that ugk let him jump on one of their track...he's probably the worst rapper i ever seen live (he was opening for beastie boys)..there were people throwing bottle at him he was so bad (not meaning good)

  2. #12
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    I've seen him live also (as part of a US Sprite sponsored tour that was headlined by the Roots and NERD) - I recall him being pretty awful & very few fans stuck it out - I left asap..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Disaster View Post
    Tom Drunk is a great song so makes the beat decent but that twat found God and said samples were stealing after that so eff that dude.
    that was Sean J Period pal

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    i can't understand what appeal an artist like him can have,his voice is annoying and he's just a second rate native tongues wannabe...i really would like to know what kept him on the scene for so many years..is it because there's a whole generation of backpackers that started listening to rap in 97 that hold rawkus as the ultimate indie label (although we all know it wasn't really an indie) and they made him some kind of god of the backpacking rap?

  5. #15
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    Book of Life's a great track until he goes into the wack Bee Gees chorus towards the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Book of Life's a great track until he goes into the wack Bee Gees chorus towards the end.
    it must be a crew thing cos they do the same on Parrallax's 'Are You Ready Son?' that features Hi-Tech

    they start singing their own take on 'How Deep Is Your Love' for some apparent reason

  7. #17
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    Haha, sure that's worthy of a thread in itself....dope tracks ruined by shitty choruses

  8. #18
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    Book Of Life is an all time fav.

  9. #19
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    Havn´t started in ´97 but still I liked Reflection Eternal
    DO-City´s Calling

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    None of the voteable

 

 

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