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joedan



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just about lost my faith in atmosphere.

still have it in aesop, buck, sage, and sole to name a few.
Post Wed May 28, 2003 1:51 am
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The RIAA TookMyMusicAway



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it's a pitty to see all these frat/Abercrombie/American Eagle Outfitter kids at Atmosphere shows because for most of them all they know is "oh, these guys are White so we can identify with them." most of them wouldn't know hip-hop if Rakim shit in their mouth. hell most of them wouldn't even know who Rakim was.
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:03 am
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joedan



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nah, those kids aren't nearly as bad as the fifteen year old girls at the shows. at the last atmos show i went to i showed up early and got a place near the stage. right when slug was about to come out this dumb bitch comes running through the crowd yelling "I'M HAVING A SIEZURE" and shoves her way to the front. now that pissed me off, considering i had shown up early and waited only to have this dumb bitch squeeze in front of me at the last minute. i got even with her though, when dibbs started his "mosh pit" i started jabbing my elbow to her rib and threw her the fuck behind me...
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:10 am
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jjay



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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG wrote:
jjay wrote:
jjay wrote:
define your definition of faith




well than, i guess i don't have faith in any artist. i can have faith that certain artist will create some songs I like but to say I beleive in the artist for me is too much. I don't necessarily agree with everything or most of what someone puts out or says in a song. I can't get disapointed when they produce something I don't feel. It keeps things simpler and my musical taste broader that way. I don't expect any artist to save the world. T


you thinking too much dickhead no one is talking about an artist to save the world or anything other than enjoying the music they make...


yea i do that alot
sorry
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:25 am
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jjay



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Lazy Eyed Pea wrote:
God told me if you didn't shut the fuck up he'd drop a motherfucking meteor on your house.


hahaaaa!
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:30 am
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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Sage Francis wrote:
Mean Eagle,
I really like that cd you gave me. Thank you. It was perfect mood music when I got to hang out with my girly last week and just chill. Beautiful stuff.



if your not going to reply to the topic in this thread and use this thread to discuss a diffent topic.. next time create a new thread...thanks in advance
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:41 am
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The RIAA TookMyMusicAway



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flashing on the moderator of the board. that's gangsta.
Post Wed May 28, 2003 2:54 am
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Krang
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you cant fuck with p dawg!!


i consider music a privelage so im not someone who complains when an artist doesnt live up to my expectations, i mean it sucks, but i just appreciate their earlier music, if theres one thing i've learned is that bands and emcees music evolves, often away from fans.

It's pretty close to impossible to keep every fan happy with every album.

but with that said

im really feelin sage, aesop, jurassic 5, and this australian hip hop band called the herd.
Post Wed May 28, 2003 3:10 am
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Olle



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I don't put "faith" in artists, but I do get dissapointed when somebody that's been putting out really nice shit starts putting out radio music or garbage.

People that haven't made shitty stuff yet:

EVERYBODY AT ANTICON
Outkast
Him
Sixtoo (everything he does is just soooo goood!)
Neil Young
Sage Francis
Shurik'n
Buck 65


People that put out good shit but that I'm afraid are gonna fall off soon..

Aesop Rock
Atmosphere
Jedi Mind Tricks



People that used to be good and have started releasing shit that really SUCKS!

Goodie Mob
Fonky Family
Freeman
Wu Tang



That's just off the top of my head, there's a hundred more to put on the lists.
Post Wed May 28, 2003 3:31 am
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Micranot



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J-Live
Post Wed May 28, 2003 8:33 am
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Micranot



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GaryColemansStuntDouble wrote:
it's a pitty to see all these frat/Abercrombie/American Eagle Outfitter kids at Atmosphere shows because for most of them all they know is "oh, these guys are White so we can identify with them." most of them wouldn't know hip-hop if Rakim shit in their mouth. hell most of them wouldn't even know who Rakim was.


shut the fuck up, catagorizing makes you just as bad as them
Post Wed May 28, 2003 8:34 am
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When I saw Atmosphere, there was a woman who was at LEAST 40 rocking a Atmosphere shirt and singing every word. At first I was kinda like... "Eh...." but then I thought, that's cool. You know, maybe Atmosphere is like the gateway drug of hiphop or something. Just because they don't know what hiphop is now, doesn't mean they won't in 5 years. Everyone starts somewhere.
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bensandoval



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Mikal kHill wrote:
When I saw Atmosphere, there was a woman who was at LEAST 40 rocking a Atmosphere shirt and singing every word. At first I was kinda like... "Eh...." but then I thought, that's cool. You know, maybe Atmosphere is like the gateway drug of hiphop or something. Just because they don't know what hiphop is now, doesn't mean they won't in 5 years. Everyone starts somewhere.


yeah, it's cool that some kinds of music can translate across age like that
Post Wed May 28, 2003 3:26 pm
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...sade- she is just like the goddess of music. my favorite all time singer. got everything put out by her.

not that i have faith or something but i think alana davis and pj harvey and emm gryner(sp.?) are just soo dope.
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pyite



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I don't know if I would Necessarily call what I feel for these ppl as faith but a head strong feeling it is

GOD SPEED YOU BLACK EMPEROR

SAGE

AESOP ROCK

CHRISTOPHER PARKENING

RY COODER

KELLAR WILLIAMS

BROTHER ALI
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