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Ghost isn't for everybody. More of an acquired taste
Edited by ribkin - 11/29/12 at 10:56pm
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jwied you look...homeless, and not in a cool way :/
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Since lurking for quite some time, I thought I might as well get myself some bashing mwink[1].gif



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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

SInce I missed the whole rap convo I'll just post a list I made  years ago  in college


The Greatest Hip-Hop Albums Of All Time (Click to show)
  1. Illmatic- Nas
  2. Ready to Die- The Notorious B.I.G.
  3. Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)- The Wu-Tang Clan
  4. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back- Public Enemy
  5. Only Built for Cuban Linx…- Raekwon
  6. AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted- Ice Cube
  7. Paid in Full- Eric B. & Rakim
  8. The Low End Theory- A Tribe Called Quest
  9. Long Live the Kane- Big Daddy K.A.N.E.
  10. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill- Lauryn Hill
  11. Life After Death- The Notorious B.I.G.
  12. Midnight Marauders- A Tribe Called Quest
  13. The Chronic- Dr. Dre
  14. Fear of a Black Planet- Public Enemy
  15. Criminal Minded- Boogie Down Productions
  16. Resurrection- Common
  17. Critical Beatdown- Ultramagnetic MCs
  18. Reasonable Doubt- Jay-Z
  19. Entroducing…- DJ Shadow
  20. Moment of Truth- Gang Starr
  21. People’s Instinctive Travels & the Paths of Rhythm- A Tribe Called Quest
  22. The Sun Rises In the East- Jeru Da Damaja
  23. The Great Adventures of Slick Rick- Slick Rick
  24. De La Soul is Dead- De La Soul
  25. It Was Written- Nas
  26. Paul’s Boutique- The Beastie Boys
  27. Raising Hell- Run DMC
  28. Straight Outta Compton- N.W.A.
  29. The Infamous- Mobb Deep
  30. The Score- The Fugees
  31. Daily Operation- Gang Starr
  32. Mecca & the Soul Brother- Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
  33. Madvillainy- Madvillain
  34. All for One- Brand Nubian
  35. Breaking Atoms- Main Source
  36. Aquemini- Outkast
  37. 3 Feet High & Rising- De La Soul
  38. Death Certificate- Ice Cube
  39. Whut? Thee Album- Redman
  40. Stillmatic- Nas
  41. Supreme Clientele- Ghostface Killah
  42. Return of the Boom Bap- KRS-One
  43. Hard to Earn- Gang Starr
  44. Mos Def & Talib Kweli are Black Star- Black Star
  45. Strictly Business- EPMD
  46. One Day It’ll All Make Sense- Common
  47. Step in the Arena- Gang Starr
  48. The Fix- Scarface
  49. Licensed to Ill- The Beastie Boys
  50. No One Can Do It Better- The D.O.C.
  51. By All Means Necessary- Boogie Down Productions
  52. Cypress Hill- Cypress Hill
  53. Like Water for Chocolate- Common
  54. Blowout Comb- Digable Planets
  55. Illadelph Halflife- The Roots
  56. ATLiens- Outkast
  57. We Can’t Be Stopped- Geto Boys
  58. Follow the Leader- Eric B. & Rakim
  59. Bizarre Ride… II the Pharcyde- The Pharcyde
  60. A Prince Among Thieves- Prince Paul
  61. Run DMC- Run DMC
  62. Liquid Swords- GZA/The Genius
  63. Boy in da Corner- Dizzee Rascal
  64. Fantastic Damage- El-P
  65. Funcrusher Plus- Company Flow
  66. Me Against the World- 2-Pac
  67. 93 Till’ Infinity- Souls of Mischief
  68. The Diary- Scarface
  69. The Listening- Little Brother
  70. Capital Punishment- Big Punisher
  71. Dr. Octagonecologyst- Dr. Octagon
  72. Radio- LL Cool J
  73. Grip It! On That Other Level- Geto Boys
  74. Things Fall Apart- The Roots
  75. Yo! Bum Rush the Show- Public Enemy
  76. Wu-Tang Forever- The Wu-Tang Clan
  77. Enta da Stage- Black Moon
  78. The Blueprint- Jay-Z
  79. Doe or Die- AZ
  80. Reaching… (A New Refutation of Time & Space)- Digable Planets
  81. Center of Attention- InI
  82. Word… Life- O.C.
  83. Hell on Earth- Mobb Deep
  84. Operation Doomsday- MF Doom
  85. Doggystyle- Snoop Doggy Dogg
  86. In My Lifetime (Vol. 1)- Jay-Z
  87. Blazing Arrow- Blackalicious
  88. Soul Food- Goodie Mob
  89. The Unseen- Quasimoto
  90. Showtime- Dizzee Rascal
  91. The Cold Vein- Cannibal Ox
  92. Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop- Diamond D
  93. In Control Vol.1- Marley Marl
  94. Ironman- Ghostface Killah
  95. The Main Ingredient- Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
  96. Organized Konfusion- Organized Konfusion
  97. No Way Out- Puff Daddy And The Family
  98. Unfinished Business- EPMD
  99. Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous- Big L
  100. Apocalypse ’91… The Enemy Strikes Back- Public Enemy
  101. Return to the 36 Chambers- the Dirty Version- Old Dirty Bastard
  102. Let the Rhythm Hit ‘Em- Eric B. & Rakim
  103. Roads to Riches- Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo
  104. Bigger and Deffer- LL Cool J
  105. Dead Serious- Das EFX
  106. Straight out the Jungle- The Jungle Brothers
  107. EFIL4ZAGGIN- N.W.A.
  108. Do You Want More?!!??!- The Roots
  109. The Marshall Mathers LP- Eminem
  110. It’s a Big Daddy Thing- Big Daddy K.A.N.E.
  111. Chronic 2001- Dr. Dre
  112. Mama Said Knock You Out- LL Cool J
  113. The Best Part- J-Live
  114. All Eyez On Me- 2-Pac
  115. H.N.I.C.- Prodigy of Mobb Deep
  116. Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip-Hop- Boogie Down Productions
  117. All Hail The Queen- Queen Latifah
  118. Black on Both Sides- Mos Def
  119. Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought)- Talib Kweli And DJ Hi-Tek (Reflection Eternal)
  120. Dare iz a Darkside- Redman
  121. 400 Degrees- Juvenile
  122. Black Sunday- Cypress Hill
  123. It’s Dark and Hell is Hot- DMX
  124. Funky Technician- Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth
  125. Dead Ringer- RJD2
  126. Mr. Hood- KMD
  127. Kool & Deadly- Just Ice
  128. Don’t Sweat the Technique- Eric B. & Rakim
  129. Youngest in Charge- Special Ed
  130. The World’s Greatest Entertainer- Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew
  131. No Need for Alarm- Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
  132. Runaway Slave- A.G. And Showbiz
  133. Soul on Ice- Rass Kass
  134. Bacdafucup- Onyx
  135. King of Rock- Run DMC
  136. Speakerboxxx/The Love Below- Outkast
  137. Phrenology- The Roots
  138. The Pretty Toney Album- Ghostface
  139. Regulate… G Funk Era- Warren G
  140. Sittin’ on Chrome- Master Ace
  141. All of the Above- J-Live
  142. The Carnival- Wyclef Jean
  143. Aziatic- AZ
  144. Stankonia- Outkast
  145. To the East Blackwards- X-Clan
  146. Tical- Method Man
  147. Nigga Please- Old Dirty Bastard
  148. Check Your Head- Beastie Boys
  149. The Best Part- J-Live
  150. Lyte as a Rock- MC Lyte
  151. The Coming- Busta Rhymes
  152. In My Lifetime Vol. 2 (Hardknock Life)- Jay-Z
  153. Bobby Digital (In Stereo)- Rza
  154. The Predator- Ice Cube
  155. The College Dropout- Kanye West
  156. 4,5,6- Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo
  157. Soul Survivor- Pete Rock
  158. A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing- Black Sheep
  159. Muddy Waters- Redman
  160. We Came Strapped- MC Eiht
  161. Buhloone Mindstate- De La Soul
  162. Tougher Than Leather- Run DMC
  163. Warriorz- M.O.P.
  164. The Testament- Cormega
  165. Jazmatazz III: Street Soul- Guru
  166. Jazmatazz Vol. 1- Guru
  167. Third Eye Vision- Hieroglyphics
  168. The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory- 2-Pac/Makavelli
  169. NIA- Blackalicious
  170. Soundpieces; Da Antidote- Lootpack
  171. MTV Unplugged- Jay-Z
  172. Bulletproof Wallets- Ghostface Killah
  173. Stakes Is High- De La Soul
  174. Hardcore- Lil Kim
  175. The Realness- Cormega
I obviously would make some changes today... but it brings back nerd memories

nice list, but you have Speakerboxxx but no Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. It probably goes ATLiens, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik, then Aquemini for me.
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Man I forgot how much rap I used to listen to back in the day. Legit list tril, HoE doesn't get enough attention cuz of how good the infamous was. Too bad 50 cent got his hands on em. 90s couldnt last forever though.


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In my quest to wear something other than my white gats I bought these

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Haven't posted a fit in a while, but you've seen this before so didn't bother taking a proper pic 


Edited by kindofyoung - 11/30/12 at 7:36am
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Where is the sweatshirt from?
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(oh and what's that in my signature, a proxy-service run by me? how convenient ^^)
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Lifestyle, I guess, being a lighting test stand-in

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that Pilot fit looks a little incomplete to me, but that's probably because it's similar to what I wear, except I'd add a coat or leather.
Rap talk (Click to show)
on Ghost being an acquired taste: he was my least favorite Wu Tang member when I started listening to Wu Tang around 1997. It took me a few years to realize I was totally wrong. Supreme Clientele all the way.
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

ya'll should add me on fb

I think we're already fb friends (I have the creepy x-ray profile pic).
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White jeans must die
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the shah 
"pic is too small"

Hah yeah, uploaded it from iPhone and experimented a bit to get it to normal size instead of really-small-size, but got a bit bigger than I expected laugh.gif



If anyone who works with the mobile-version of this forum reads this, would it be possible to add the normal choices of size for when you upload pics from your phone ?

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