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Name The Deepest Albums Ever ...



  • a.manna.mann Posts: 19,746 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2010
    Chino XL- Posion Pen

    Ras Kass - Soul On Ice

    should be high on any list here purely from a lyrical stand point
  • real_hh_repreal_hh_rep Posts: 1,868 ✭✭✭
    edited October 2010
    OC - Word...Life
    Masta Ace - Take a Look Around
    Kweli & Tek - Reflection Eternal
    Dead Prez - Let's Get Free
    Mystic - Cuts for luck and scars for freedom
  • mawkdawgmawkdawg Posts: 34
    edited October 2010
    Well as far as deeper meaning:

    Goodie Mob - Soul Food: This album went over alot of peoples head (including mines) at the time, esp Cell Therapy"Listen to me now, believe me later on"

    2Pac - Me Against the World: IMO his breakout album, the production was right and he was kicking knowledge but at the same time making u bob ya head while riding around jamming this shit.
    - 2Pacalypse Now: Talking that real shit on this one too, I just didnt like some of the tracks.

    Old School Reggae artists like Peter Tosh & Bob Marley - These cats was smart & knew what time it was, more like revolutionaries than Reggae artists to me. Real Rastafarians.....

    Z-Ro - Look what you did 2 me: IMO his best album ever also his 1st solo, u could just hear what he going thru & the determination in this album this one u blaze one too pop in the deck & just get lost in thought...
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