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    Any Hip Hop Heads around?

    Top Five Rap Groups

    1. Wu Tang Clan - It gets no better than RZA and Genius/GZA
    2. Cypress Hill - B-Real..raps most underrated MC
    3. Jurassic Five - Old School Lyrical Grandmasters
    4. Gravediggaz - Hardcore at its finest
    5. OGC - The best of the Boot Camp Clik

    If you have issues with cussing obviously don't click on the links.
    Real hip hop
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tesD7inx880

    The greatest rap song of all time
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFSvUMxDWak
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdI View Post
    Any Hip Hop Heads around?
    Nah, could never get into hip hop. I don't know, just doesn't appeal.

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    I'm listening to the nerd rock of Jonathan Coulton (Yes, the guy who wrote 'Still Alive' for Portal).

    Oh, screw it. 'Still Alive' - Jonathan Coulton & Felicia Day

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    Not much of a hip hop listener myself. Back when I was in middle school and high school I liked all the 90's rappers like Dre, Tupac and Snoop. Also listened to Wu Tang and Cypress Hill but don't really listen to them any more. I do still get the occasional Wu Tang song randomly stuck in my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdI View Post
    Any Hip Hop Heads around?

    Top Five Rap Groups

    1. Wu Tang Clan - It gets no better than RZA and Genius/GZA
    2. Cypress Hill - B-Real..raps most underrated MC
    3. Jurassic Five - Old School Lyrical Grandmasters
    4. Gravediggaz - Hardcore at its finest
    5. OGC - The best of the Boot Camp Clik

    If you have issues with cussing obviously don't click on the links.
    Real hip hop
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tesD7inx880

    The greatest rap song of all time
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFSvUMxDWak
    I love hip hop. I'm a rapper and hip hop musician as well as a long time fan. Some of my favorite groups and musicians include: Nas, The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Hieroglyphics, Notorious BIG, and Atmosphere.

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    Ozric Tentacles, Afterswish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Palmer View Post
    Ozric Tentacles, Afterswish
    Nice! I've got "Erpland" and really like it.

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    Black Sheep Boy by Okkervil River

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    Creature Feature - 'Buried Alive'

    This is the only song with an official video. Was going to link 'A Gorey Demise' but it doesn't have a decent video. Anyway, got their album coming in the near future and I can't wait for it.

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    Just find myself listening to Big Country-probably one of the very bands I would say I have as a "favorite" Most of the stuff from them is 80's and 90's, but I enjoy it

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    It's lovely

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    cleaning my room and rocking out to the one album I've listened to more than any other in my entire life: Megadeth's masterpiece Countdown to Extinction! Still an amazing album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corporal Blues View Post
    cleaning my room and rocking out to the one album I've listened to more than any other in my entire life: Megadeth's masterpiece Countdown to Extinction! Still an amazing album.
    Don't listen to them much anymore but my personal favourite is Rust in Peace, with "Hangar 18" one of their best songs.

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    Just watched "Blood Into Wine", a documentary about Maynard James Keenan (lead singer of Tool) and his venture into wine making. It was a lot cooler than I expected, and I was surprised I hadn't really heard about it yet. Very informative and interesting (re: wine making), and also some a cool insight into the private life of Maynard. Highly recommended if you have any interest in wine, or in Tool!

    Have you seen it, 3rdI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsiyeed View Post
    Don't listen to them much anymore but my personal favourite is Rust in Peace, with "Hangar 18" one of their best songs.
    Rust in Peace is a sweet album too. I have a soft spot for Countdown to Extinction. It was the first CD I ever bought...had plenty of cassettes before that, but Megadeth brought me into the CD era of music listening.

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