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  1. Yorkshire Tony

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    Hi, i have around 40-50 empty spaces in my cd changer at home. can anyone suggest some good albums/compilations for me? can be any genre of music
     
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    what's your preference mate??? hip/hop, rock, soul, jazz, funk, reggae????
     
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    Hip-Hop:

    Nas - Illmatic
    Jay Z - Resonable Doubt
    Wu Tang Clan - 36 chambers

    No CD collection is a collection without them.
     
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    Fixed :D

    Oh yeah, and :cowbell:
     
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    Listen to loadsa stuff mate.

    DnB, Jungle, all dance, hip hop, rock, indie the list goes on! lol
     
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    omg !!!! that dont go right pal btw gime is on fire atm :nurr_nur:
     
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    If you're gonna slam an outkast in there, at least make it Southernplayalisticadillacfunkymusik.

    Cee Lo has verse of the album on "Git up, Git out"
     
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    Last cd's I've been listening to...most not be your cup of tea though...

    The Verve - Urban Hymns
    Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders
    Massive Attack - Best Of
    Faithless - Greatets Hits
    Lupe Fiasco - The Cool or Food & Liquor
     
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    you wanna check alice russel for some sweet soulful vibes.

    hip hop wise go for some latyrx*

    forgot the :cowbell:
     
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    Probably my favourite 3 hip hop albums
     
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    Well I had to choose just one :mrpanic:
    Sorry, but Id choose outkast over jay z anyday
    Very underrated, andre is a BEAST
     
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    i do like dirty south as well hip hop style but it can be slow at times 70bpm
     
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    So i have to pick one genre and stick to that? cant people like different types of music. :knob::grrrrr::knob:
     
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    top 4 are awesome cd's!!! not heard bottom one, will check it out. cheers m8
     
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    that's two different cd's mate....just a rapper who I saw live recently and has got me listening...
     
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    Raaaaaw album

    Really dissapointed it them after the leaked Food & Liquor, it was way better than both
     
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    sorry :( just dance rock dnb jungel dont go well but thats what u like good for u
     
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    Well since ya like rock
    just to throw some out there
    Tool- Undertow
    Enigma is a good disc too
    Gorillaz untitled '01 cd
    System of a down- toxicity
    RHCP- Californiacation
     
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    Don't understand??? :shrug::shrug:
     
  20. Greg P

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    Let's do some other genres for a change:

    Baggy:
    Primal Scream - Screamadelica
    Happy Mondays - Thrills n Pills n Bellyaches
    Stone Roses (1st Album)

    Left Field
    Aphex Twin - I care because you do
    Squarepusher - Big Loada
    Two Lone Swordmen - Tiny Reminders
    Nightmares On Wax - A Word Of Science
    (VA) Warp Classics - Warp Records

    Techno
    Orbital - Brown Album
    Derek Carter - Square Dancing in a Round House
    Leftfield - Stealth Remixes
    Underground Resistance - Galaxy 2 Galaxy

    More trip hoppy stuff
    DJ Shadow - Endtroducing (please tell me you've got this already?)
    Psychonauts - Time Machine (hard to get hold of but so, so worth it)
    Money Mark - Mark's Keyboard Repair
    The Herbaliser - Blow Your Headphones (way better than their later stuff)

    Classics
    Al Green - Best Of
    Stevie Wonder - Inner Visions
    Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks 1 & 2
    Derek & the Dominoes - Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs

    Ok they're all farily obvious ones, if you get all of that lot I'd be very surprised if at least some of it didn't put a smile on your face!