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Offline The Bonk

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« Reply #25 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:40:05 pm »
I'm feeling something Chronic.  :cheesy:

Keep your masterbaiting to yourself, Top Gun. :lol:

Sounds like you're coming onto me Bonky babes.  :parky:

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« Reply #26 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:40:30 pm »
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« Reply #27 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:41:03 pm »
I'm beginning to lose track of modern music, being over 30! Are we talking Fishscale as in the Michael Fishscale, used in weather predictions to determine the chance of hurricanes NOT hitting Britain?

My favourite wrapper as a pre-pubescent was anyone out that band that sang "Pass the Duchy" (on the left hand side)   O0

What is a duchy? 

Band was called Musical Youth. 

I daint kna!  Duchy, Dutchy - Starsky and Hutchy!!!

It's a spliff innit?   O0

A spliff is sometimes refered to as a dutch but very rarely (missy elliot brought it back).



Just as tap dancing for lads was reintroduced by Billy Elliot   O0
Dutchies are not spliffs. a dutchie is a blunt, rolled with a Dutch Masters Brand. Come on, simple stuff here.

At least some of us Douglas' are up with the times.  I applaud you, sir. 

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« Reply #28 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:41:49 pm »
I'm beginning to lose track of modern music, being over 30! Are we talking Fishscale as in the Michael Fishscale, used in weather predictions to determine the chance of hurricanes NOT hitting Britain?

My favourite wrapper as a pre-pubescent was anyone out that band that sang "Pass the Duchy" (on the left hand side)   O0

What is a duchy? 

Band was called Musical Youth. 

I daint kna!  Duchy, Dutchy - Starsky and Hutchy!!!

It's a spliff innit?   O0

A spliff is sometimes refered to as a dutch but very rarely (missy elliot brought it back).



Just as tap dancing for lads was reintroduced by Billy Elliot   O0
Dutchies are not spliffs. a dutchie is a blunt, rolled with a Dutch Masters Brand. Come on, simple stuff here.

I see you were paying attention in that drug awareness class.

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« Reply #29 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:46:04 pm »
I'm beginning to lose track of modern music, being over 30! Are we talking Fishscale as in the Michael Fishscale, used in weather predictions to determine the chance of hurricanes NOT hitting Britain?

My favourite wrapper as a pre-pubescent was anyone out that band that sang "Pass the Duchy" (on the left hand side)   O0

What is a duchy? 

Band was called Musical Youth. 

I daint kna!  Duchy, Dutchy - Starsky and Hutchy!!!

It's a spliff innit?   O0

A spliff is sometimes refered to as a dutch but very rarely (missy elliot brought it back).



Just as tap dancing for lads was reintroduced by Billy Elliot   O0
Dutchies are not spliffs. a dutchie is a blunt, rolled with a Dutch Masters Brand. Come on, simple stuff here.

At least some of us Douglas' are up with the times.  I applaud you, sir. 

whats a douglas then?  Apart from the capital, Michael, or Kirk, or a man without a spade in his heed!

Offline The Bonk

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« Reply #30 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 08:55:05 pm »
I'm beginning to lose track of modern music, being over 30! Are we talking Fishscale as in the Michael Fishscale, used in weather predictions to determine the chance of hurricanes NOT hitting Britain?

My favourite wrapper as a pre-pubescent was anyone out that band that sang "Pass the Duchy" (on the left hand side)   O0

What is a duchy? 

Band was called Musical Youth. 

I daint kna!  Duchy, Dutchy - Starsky and Hutchy!!!

It's a spliff innit?   O0

A spliff is sometimes refered to as a dutch but very rarely (missy elliot brought it back).



Just as tap dancing for lads was reintroduced by Billy Elliot   O0
Dutchies are not spliffs. a dutchie is a blunt, rolled with a Dutch Masters Brand. Come on, simple stuff here.

At least some of us Douglas' are up with the times.  I applaud you, sir. 

whats a douglas then?  Apart from the capital, Michael, or Kirk, or a man without a spade in his heed!

'Tis I, sir Bellwipe! 

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« Reply #31 on: Monday 12 November 2007, 09:22:08 pm »
I'm feeling something Chronic.  :cheesy:

Get off me.

Offline The Bonk

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« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 03:52:39 am »
This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 

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« Reply #33 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 10:19:39 am »
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« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 10:25:49 am »
I'm beginning to lose track of modern music, being over 30! Are we talking Fishscale as in the Michael Fishscale, used in weather predictions to determine the chance of hurricanes NOT hitting Britain?

My favourite wrapper as a pre-pubescent was anyone out that band that sang "Pass the Duchy" (on the left hand side)   O0

Not sure Luxembourg is going to be happy about being passed around tbh.

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« Reply #35 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 11:10:44 am »
Jay-Z has such a mong face.

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« Reply #36 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 11:17:51 am »
I've just never been able to get into Jay-Z. It's just his flow, his vocal delivery... it doesn't do anything for me. No denying he is talented though.

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« Reply #37 on: Tuesday 13 November 2007, 11:20:56 am »
This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 

It's ok, but no Reasonable Doubt.
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« Reply #38 on: Friday 16 November 2007, 10:13:50 pm »
This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 
Ya is it good?What do ye make of Kingdom come?Half listened to it,not great so far!

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« Reply #39 on: Friday 16 November 2007, 10:53:34 pm »
This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 
Ya is it good?What do ye make of Kingdom come?Half listened to it,not great so far!

Well, Kingdom come wasn't his best and was kinda half ass'd.  If you liked the Black Album, you'll like this, Ollie. 

The Lil' Weezy and Nas tracks are superb. 

This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 

It's ok, but no Reasonable Doubt.

Why do I get the feeling if I had of said Reasonable Doubt, you would have said The Blueprint?

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« Reply #40 on: Friday 16 November 2007, 11:00:40 pm »
Reasonable Doubt is his best, mind.
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« Reply #41 on: Friday 16 November 2007, 11:38:53 pm »
This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 
Ya is it good?What do ye make of Kingdom come?Half listened to it,not great so far!

Well, Kingdom come wasn't his best and was kinda half ass'd.  If you liked the Black Album, you'll like this, Ollie. 

The Lil' Weezy and Nas tracks are superb. 

This is the album KingDawson should have posted:

Next to the Blueprint, this is his best album.  Fuckin' immense. 

It's ok, but no Reasonable Doubt.

Why do I get the feeling if I had of said Reasonable Doubt, you would have said The Blueprint?
Ya enjoyed the black album,not his best still good

Offline DJ_NUFC

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« Reply #42 on: Friday 16 November 2007, 11:41:55 pm »
Reasonable Doubt > The Blueprint > Blueprint 2.

All the rest of his stuff is pretty subpar compared to the first two masterpieces mentioned above. In fact, BP2 shouldn't even be included in the same breath as the former two albums. Two of all the greatest rap albums ever made.

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« Reply #43 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 12:11:51 am »
You're a bunch of sad mo'fo's!Generally that is,not you lot on here.
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« Reply #44 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 12:29:43 am »
Reasonable Doubt > The Blueprint > Blueprint 2.

All the rest of his stuff is pretty subpar compared to the first two masterpieces mentioned above. In fact, BP2 shouldn't even be included in the same breath as the former two albums. Two of all the greatest rap albums ever made.

Blueprint 2 was a very good album tbh. Like Melanchronic ive never really been a fan of jay.

My Top 3 emcees dead or alive

1) Nas

2) Big Pun

3) Biggie


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« Reply #45 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 12:32:21 am »
Reasonable Doubt > The Blueprint > Blueprint 2.

All the rest of his stuff is pretty subpar compared to the first two masterpieces mentioned above. In fact, BP2 shouldn't even be included in the same breath as the former two albums. Two of all the greatest rap albums ever made.

Blueprint 2 was a very good album tbh. Like Melanchronic ive never really been a fan of jay.

My Top 3 emcees dead or alive

1) Nas

2) Big Pun

3) Biggie



Amen to Nas, ma n*gga. Absolutely sublime in his prime. His 'battle' with Jay Hove was laughable as Jay Z, try as he might, could never, ever match Nas in intellectual rhyming.

My favourite rappers right now?

Mos Def
Talib Kweli

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« Reply #46 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 12:41:43 am »
Reasonable Doubt > The Blueprint > Blueprint 2.

All the rest of his stuff is pretty subpar compared to the first two masterpieces mentioned above. In fact, BP2 shouldn't even be included in the same breath as the former two albums. Two of all the greatest rap albums ever made.

Blueprint 2 was a very good album tbh. Like Melanchronic ive never really been a fan of jay.

My Top 3 emcees dead or alive

1) Nas

2) Big Pun

3) Biggie



Amen to Nas, ma n*gga. Absolutely sublime in his prime. His 'battle' with Jay Hove was laughable as Jay Z, try as he might, could never, ever match Nas in intellectual rhyming.

My favourite rappers right now?

Mos Def
Talib Kweli
Ya man Im glad someone mentioned Talib,hes a genius!Common should be giving a mention,hes one of my favourites as well!

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« Reply #47 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 04:01:55 am »
Go back and listen to the album Blackstar and then pray that they work together again on more than just one track each time one of them releases a new cd. And if you like them go listen to Common's old stuff, Resurrection and Like Water For Chocolate are amazing in every sense of the word. I never get tired of listening to them.

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« Reply #48 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 04:40:58 am »
Reasonable Doubt > The Blueprint > Blueprint 2.

All the rest of his stuff is pretty subpar compared to the first two masterpieces mentioned above. In fact, BP2 shouldn't even be included in the same breath as the former two albums. Two of all the greatest rap albums ever made.

Blueprint 2 was a very good album tbh. Like Melanchronic ive never really been a fan of jay.

My Top 3 emcees dead or alive

1) Nas

2) Big Pun

3) Biggie



Amen to Nas, ma n*gga. Absolutely sublime in his prime. His 'battle' with Jay Hove was laughable as Jay Z, try as he might, could never, ever match Nas in intellectual rhyming.

My favourite rappers right now?

Mos Def
Talib Kweli

Guess who I've just seen? ;)


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« Reply #49 on: Saturday 17 November 2007, 10:15:08 am »
Why do I get the feeling if I had of said Reasonable Doubt, you would have said The Blueprint?

I wouldn't. Reasonable Doubt is quite clearly hov's strongest release.

As for top 3 emcees alive or dead, it's almost impossible to look past Nas and Rakim in the top two spots, with possibly Biggie coming in at three. I like Mos Def and Talib but would never consider them to be up there.
No more Waterloo, no more rural country halts, no more solitude: no more becoming, just interminable being.