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    Hip Hop 1988 to 1991

    Pretty good couple of years. I admit I kind of lost the plot from Snoop onward…

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    Thumbs up

    Damn, you have good taste. I rocked all this in middle school.

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    NWA and Tribe Called Quest are on my iphone
    And it just hurts in the very best way possible without a high priced dominatrix.---Ronsonic

    I'm pretty confident that I've pissed off several dozen random strangers on the internet tonight.---Creakyknees

    disclaimer---I make sh!t up as I go along.

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    Get off my lawn!
    "Pardon me, but could you help out a fellow American who's down on his luck?"

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    I saw A Tribe Called Quest a couple of years ago at a music festival. No idea what to expect from them. They came out and tore it up. Really good.

    Public Enemy is still my # 1 for rap.

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    /likes this.

    That Low End Theory was the very first CD I purchased. I believe I had the others on tape. Just need some Run DMC in there.

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    Too $hort
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHenry
    Too $hort
    Digital Underground out of the Bay area too. It took me forever to realize that Shock G and Humpty Hump were the same guy.

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    like!

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    Awesome stuff. Funny how guys like Ice Cube and Ice T have changed their tune a bit these days though.

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    My high school years...I still got my Big Daddy Kane and Eric B. tapes from then somewhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nismo73
    My high school years...I still got my Big Daddy Kane and Eric B. tapes from then somewhere...
    This was rap to me in high school


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    De La

    My favorite hip hop group. The smart lyrics, great sampling




    And the very first rap song I memorized....


    And one from the ladies.
    Last edited by Jesse D Smith; 03-03-2011 at 06:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse D Smith
    My favorite hip hop group. The smart lyrics, great sampling


    Yes! I was about to start the youtube search until I saw your post. I loved De La.
    Move along...nothing to see here.

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    Can't forget these guys!


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    Outstanding!

    There's a left-wing community radio station here in Lyon that regularly broadcasts an anti-police playlist that includes F*** the Police amongst various French rappers' odes to the men in blue. It gets me going every time I hear it...
    C'est dommage que je sois un ignorant, car je vous citerais une foule de choses ; mais je ne sais rien.

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