Scott Ian ****in' loved Public Enemy.
It's nice to see some love for hip-hop. It definitely deserves more respect.
My rap addictions as of late have been Jedi Mind Tricks and Swollen Members, especially the former. "Violent by Design" and "Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell" are absolute classics.
Jedi Mind Tricks - "Uncommon Valor (A Vietnam Story)"
Swollen Members - "Deep End"
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Jedi Mind Tricks are pretty good, yeah.
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I'm really liking De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest.
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early hip hop I listened to was public enemy, too short and slick rick, other than that I dig some outkast, tupac, mos def, wu-tang and odb, ghetto boyz and a few others. Unfortunately at one point I did own a coolio cd lol. I even liked ice cube before the whole ice cube vs. cypress hill thing got started. Oh yeah love some cypress hill. Oh yeah, I know it's not really hip hop, but Ice T's metal band bodycount were great back in the day.
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How do you guys feel about Paris? I've been looking for more Hip Hop recommendations and got one for them. Starting to listen to the album Sleeping With The Enemy and I'm enjoying it so far.
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