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  • SpeakingHarshTruth

    Good read.

  • Geneus

    You know I'm not about to click through 4 pages to read the whole thing right? FOH!

  • biff tannen

    This album did soooooo not deserve a four page analysis.

    • PV

      Are you kidding me this album is incredible. Grows on you if you actually give it a chance and don't right it off after one listen

      • biff tannen

        No. The madlib n freddie gibbs album, Now THAT'S an incredible album. Oxymoron was waaaay mediocre. Ok bars over mostly ok beats. No real originality. Nothing I haven't heard before or better from someone else.

        • disqus_xpmwx1oUV3

          Says the guy who thought MCHG was shit and MMLP2 was good.

          • biff tannen

            You're reading comprehension skills are as horrible as your opinions. I never said mmlp2 was good. Matter o fact I said numerous times that it wasn't good. MCHG was just a horrendous snoozefest over some top notch production.

          • disqus_xpmwx1oUV3

            I definitely remember you trying to lessen the shit storm that was MMLP2, do not contradict yourself by trying to be sound, because it's not working. Maybe if you stop beating your head against the pavement, you would remember your own foolish words on the album and why I responded.

          • biff tannen

            Go back n read the posts bruh. I said mmlp2 was a bad album. I did however, say it was better than MCHG. Which it is and its better than Oxymoron. Still a bad album tho.

            Get mad

          • disqus_xpmwx1oUV3

            How am I mad, you are the one whose mad. MMLP2 is trash, even Lupe Fiasco's Lazers is worlds ahead of that shit LOL! No way in hell would I place that pop tart bullshit over MCHG and Oxy, but you can stan all you want with that one.

          • biff tannen

            Lasers > mmlp2 > oxy > mchg.

            Theyre all pop albums genius. They all debuted #1 on pop charts. How am I staning if I'm saying its a bad album? Lol just so happens that oxy and mchg are worse lol

          • disqus_xpmwx1oUV3

            Whatever you have your opinion and I have mine, and MMLP2 is over-hyped pop dribble. MCHG, Lazers and Oxy are better albums from front to back. MMLP2 not only was cheesy and overdone, but the production was terrible LOL!

            The only thing worth anything on it were the deluxe tracks, my favorite one was the track with Buckshot. Sums up how trash it was in a nutshell.

          • biff tannen

            As u said different opinions. While I agree that the production on mmlp2 was about as horrible as anything in recent memory I could make the argument that the only good thing on oxy and especially on MCHG was the production. Average lyrics, about played subjects over some good production . As much as I disliked mmlp2 it had better lyrics, concepts and flows than oxy and MCHG. They're all bad albums tho. Imo

  • Nicolas Thomas

    Interesting read. A definite highlight on this album is the production, so it's always good to get more insight.

  • Julian T. Wyllie

    I didn't have a problem with the piece having multiple pages. Good stuff here.

    • PV

      Me neither, just people complain too much. All you have to do is click a button is our generation really that fucking lazy now

  • Mark

    those were all subpar beats, imo. I would have liked to have heard from Nez & Rio for their contributions, Sounwave, and THC or Tyler

  • vaci

    Can we get a mobb deep release post? Album bangs!

    • biff tannen

      Only if they sign to TDE

      • vaci

        haha!

  • shovel

    Studio was the only one worth mentioning out of that bunch, they could have did gangsta, collard greens, what they want, man of the year, and so much more. Its like they picked randomly

  • MikeyO

    D.Niro is up next ! mark my words

  • Andre Kevin

    I though this was one of the stronger songs on the album.

    I have a couple more words to say about the project as a whole though...

    http://vindrekane.weebly.com/1/post/2014/04/oxymoron-album-review.html

    • Paul Thompson

      "review"