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Illmatic (Vinyl)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 27, 2001
it aint nothing spectacular.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 14, 2004
No way in hell is the CD the best ever made. I am so upset I finally bought this album and it disappointed me so bad. I love premo but this whole cd sounds like it is biting off 36 chambers sound and they didn't even do that well. Everyone was talking about the lyrics. They weren't that great. If you want a classic cd get GZA's liquid swords. GZA smokes NAZ on lyrical ability. I don't even want to mention my man Pharaohe Monch. Don't by the CD it is way to hyped up. Save your Money.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 14, 2004
I can't belive people think that this is the best album of all time. I love premo but this whole CD is biting Wu-Tang's enter the 36 chambers sound. I kept hearing that the lyrics were so ill. They were ok. I am just very disappointed with the cd because I read the hype and it really let me down. This cd is nothing compared to GZA's liquid swords. GZA smokes NAZ. I feel even Biggie is better than NAZ. Pharaohe Monch would eat NAZ for lunch. Save your money and download this cd.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 25, 2004
I found out about Nas when I played Tony Hawk's Underground, when I heard his "World is Yours" song. A week later I bought Illmatic, it was a great album. I had always liked fitty but he couldn't match Nas at all, he blew me away.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 24, 1998
What was the source thinking calling this the most under rated cd ever? Its under rated because of the trashy lyrics over the supreme beats of Gangstarr's Premier. This joint belongs nowhere in the same category as Mobb Deep's Infamous or Raekwons Built Strictly for Cuban Links. Buyer Beware! Nas' flow is choppy and raw. With It Was Written producing two decent cuts that were both radio, Nas on his first album talks about all that back to Africa fake hard core rap. This album is just about as bad as his acting in Belly.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 23, 2004
BEFORE I START MY REVIEW --- the majority of ppl that are going to read this are those d&ckheads who have reviewed this...so this will most likely get many negative results...but after u read this u will realise that anyone who rates this album a 5star hip hop classic one of the finest, is not a rap fan... ON TO THE REVIEW..........
if you think that this album is one of the finest in rap/hip-hop (if not the best) then dont call yourself a rap fan. this cd is not too bad, however, there are far better than the majority of u idiots havent heard of before, and your saying that this album is better. for example, the best underground rapper is ESHAM, along with his group, NATAS. check out there high rating albums on amazon (closed casket, kkkill the fetus, boomin words from hell, dead flowerz, bruce wayne, multikillionaire, wicket world wide, AND DOUBELIEVENGOD - which has been rated in the top 3 cds OFF ALL TIME OF ANY KIND NOT JUST RAP). have a listen a some of these and im sure your opinion will change about this album being one of the greatest hip hop albums ever. ESHAM and NATAS albums are better than all of 2pac and biggie's any other mainstream rapper that everyone rates high. there are far more underground rap classics especially from detroit, that most of these reviewers wouldnt have heard of before because they are mainstream listers. CHECK OUT THE UNDERGROUND. SUPPORT THE UNDERGROUND AND KILL THE MAINSTREAM. check out these ESHAM / NATAS classics before you call this album one of the best.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on April 30, 2004
this album sux because its nas
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 21, 2002
Nas is a below average MC. Hova is the G.O.A.T--end of story. Dont waste your money on this--buy Blueprint, Unplugged, and Best of Both Worlds instead.
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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 10, 2004
This album lacked good beats which is a pattern for Nas along with beat-stealing. This guy, like Jay-Z make me sick. They both steal from 2pac even though Pac clearly never liked either one of them. Nas and Jay-Z sample far too many beats and lack creativity. Neither one are worth a damn and bring down the value of the east coast rap scene. That's why the westcoast is number 1, they can't hold a flame to Dre, Xzibit, Ice Cube, Too Short, or even Daz, Kurupt, Shaq, or Warren G. I'm sure if I guy that didn't like me spit on the mic about my cred or lack thereof, I wouldn't steal his beats in order to get the spotlight. Nas will never be as good as 2pac and more people need to realize that Nas is foul. His bad songs definitely outweigh the good which in undisputable. Ooooooooh, I'm a loser named Nas and I need to steal the beat from Cream's "Sunshine Of Your Love" in order to release my first single for my album.
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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 30, 2001
I'm always hearing how wonderful this album is, but i have no idea why.
I am a hiphop fan, i know what im talking about, but this album is not anything special at all.
The beats are terrible, old-school, with no depth.
Secondly, the lyrics, well, they may be fantastic, but his delivery is poor.
I'm probably going to get lynched for this, but this is just not that good an album, if you want the definitive nas, get stillmatic.
If you really want truly fantastic lyrics, not helium throated vocals, with unlistenable beats, check out Roots Manuva,
The Big L, AND KRS-1.
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