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    goat - world music
    swans - the seer
    gary war - jared's lot
    lee ranaldo - between the times and tides
    pop. 1280 - the horror

    it's hard to pick 5.

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    1. El-P - Cancer for Cure
    2. Sole - A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing
    3. Aesop Rock - Skelethon
    4. Dose One - G is for Deep
    5. Why? - Mumps etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grazing View Post
    1. El-P - Cancer for Cure
    2. Sole - A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing
    3. Aesop Rock - Skelethon
    4. Dose One - G is for Deep
    5. Why? - Mumps etc.
    i'm almost positive there was good music released this year that wasn't hip-hop.

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    I looove hip hop, but I'm never with the times or ahead of the curve. I always wait for someone else to digest the latest and then I'll just cherry pick the best of the best. I'll be checking out these picks for sure. It looks like I'll probably starting with Aesop Rock.
    That Killer Mike album was pretty sweet, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_schmidt View Post
    Havent heard that Ladyhawk album yet, waiting to get it on vinyl but all the record stores round here are charging import prices for it.
    Man, I hate that. It's like the record stores are trying really hard not to sell their stock or something. It's such a great album!
    You should check out that Eamon McGrath album I listed. It's looks like it would probably up your alley.
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    There was a few but it was only the top 5 requested here, political ginger rap fight was the biggest on my radar.... Sleigh Bells & Heartless Basterds, Black Mountain were pretty good... there was a lot of good mixes by the Ghetto Funk peeps, FF5, Sticky Buds & the Funk Hunters... what can I say I like rap & Why? has really moved away from the rapping don't you think?

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    can't believe no one's mentioned neurosis or graveyard yet.

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    no particular order - el roacho, your wish is my command
    neurosis - honor found in decay
    high on fire - de vermis mysteriis
    marriages - kitsune
    swans - seer
    meshuggah - koloss

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    Quote Originally Posted by JukeboxCriminal View Post
    I looove hip hop, but I'm never with the times or ahead of the curve. I always wait for someone else to digest the latest and then I'll just cherry pick the best of the best. I'll be checking out these picks for sure. It looks like I'll probably starting with Aesop Rock.
    That Killer Mike album was pretty sweet, though.
    Ive heard mixed reviews....but who cares

    I thinks it's great and that Aes is pushing things in new directions....may I suggest starting w 'ZZZTop'

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    ladyhawk are criminally underrated.

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