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    Brano     Durata Ascoltatori
1 The Genesis 1:45 250.332
1 The Genesis (Explicit Album Version) 1:45 2.826
2 N.Y. State of Mind 4:54 406.707
2 N.Y. State Of Mind (Explicit Album Version) 4:54 3.304
3 Life's a Bitch 3:30 264.409
3 Life's A Bitch (Explicit Album Version) 3:30 2.127
4 The World Is Yours (Explicit Album Version) 4:50 2.640
4 The World Is Yours 4:50 364.715
5 Halftime (Explicit Album Version) 4:20 2.361
5 Halftime 4:20 284.306
6 Memory Lane (Sittin' in da Park) 4:08 205.828
6 Memory Lane (Sittin' In Da Park) (Explicit Album Version) 4:08 3.890
7 One Love 5:25 273.771
7 One Love (Explicit Album Version) 5:25 1.479
8 One Time 4 Your Mind 3:18 199.148
8 One Time 4 Your Mind (Explicit Album Version) 3:18 2.020
9 Represent 4:12 246.653
9 Represent (Explicit Album Version) 4:12 2.514
10 It Ain't Hard to Tell 3:22 324.670
10 It Ain't Hard To Tell (Explicit Album Version) 3:22 1.233

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  • alefspfc

    the bible of hip-hop

    6 Ago 22:23 Rispondi
  • Harry_01

    Fantastic album.

    27 Lug 21:07 Rispondi
  • LosTico


    6 Giu 19:58 Rispondi
  • ThingsThatRhyme

    Bladecatcher- would definitely be a great addition to my collection as well. Just to hear Life's A Bitch

    27 Mag 8:09 Rispondi
  • Bladecatcher_

    Ordered this album on LP a couple days ago. Can't wait for it to come in!

    26 Mag 15:09 Rispondi
  • Gaffes

    20 years for a classic.

    19 Apr 8:14 Rispondi
  • jdotperiod

    A rear perfect 10.

    18 Apr 3:38 Rispondi
  • blustarent

    timeless classic [4]

    3 Apr 8:40 Rispondi
  • Joseephhh

    The Greatest

    31 Mar 22:41 Rispondi
  • FrameBuster

    This is truly one of the best rap albums ever made and one of the few that aren't clustered with skits, fillers and other bullshit. 40 flawless minutes - perfect!

    30 Mar 1:25 Rispondi
  • bkelleher

    Not easily..

    19 Mar 21:47 Rispondi
  • fank19

    Easily the best hip-hop album ever.

    5 Feb 21:18 Rispondi
  • DickBigems

    He can't live up to this album because he's trying too hard? That's probably the exact opposite of why he hasn't "lived up" to this album. And suggesting that Nas lost his creativity after this album is pretty ridiculous.

    23 Gen 22:22 Rispondi
  • Kynlyn

    I can't download off this can i

    14 Gen 1:21 Rispondi
  • calebthecunt

    He made a great album because he wasn't trying. Nas continually fails to live up to this because he constantly tries to live up to it. Trying is the death of creativity.

    6 Gen 18:57 Rispondi
  • shadow_-play


    27 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • althefknamsrtkn

    the best hip-hop album ever!!! P.S. this is the only hip-hop album ever heard

    25 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • SimonePerrota

    The production is the album's biggest strength, regardless of how progressive it was or wasn't. The amount of east coast rappers in the mid '90s that dropped 2-3 track ep's with dope, grimey boom bap beats but never put out an album is obscene. Illmatic has the same vibe of many such ep's - with its lack of central theme, local feel, style-of-the-day, anthemic street braggadocio and raw sampling - only it's an album of course and one with top, top drawer artists involved, which makes it extra special. Illmatic was arguably the first outstanding album to emerge from the rising sea of '90s hip-hop maxi-singles and likeminded regional rappers and it encapsulates the essence of hip-hop production in this era like no other. For these reasons it's a landmark record - we can take right place, right time out of the equation a little. Nas was outstanding here and took technical talent and lyricism to new levels but the beats are one in a million-type quality and make the album truly evocative.

    22 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • Gwynbleiddsfang

    Also I'm loving how almost everyone saying it's overrated have a shit ton of Jay-Z or Tupac plays, seeing as those two are probably the most overrated things since Metallica.

    28 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Gwynbleiddsfang

    "This album dropped at the right time, and the right place and by the right artist. " What right artist? No one had any idea who Nas was until this happened, and what right time? Wu-Tang were already beginning to bring back attention towards the east coast if that is what you're talking, this album just accelerated the process, if that's what you're talking about. Your post just makes no sense, sorry.

    28 Ott 2013 Rispondi
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