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HIP HOP CLASSICS: Bone Thugs-n-Harmony - E. 1999 Eternal Album

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by PauLo, Jul 26, 2020.

  1. PauLo Jul 26, 2020
    (Last edited: Jul 26, 2020)
    PauLo

    43% Burnt

    Once again we’re back with another hip hop classic. We’re back in the 90s this week and we’re visiting an album that turned 25 just yesterday. An album that showed that gangsta rap wasn’t afraid to be more melodic. We’re talking about Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone, Layzie Bone and Krayzie Bone (and some time member Flesh-n-Bone) AKA Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and their album E. 1999 Eternal...

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    Obviously most famous for having classics Tha Crossroads and 1st of tha Month on it, this album is a west coast g-funk classic that isn't even from the west coast! What’s everyone’s thoughts on this one! Sound off below

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  2. west coast:eyebrow:
     
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  3. PauLo

    43% Burnt

    Haha my bad, just assumed because of it's sound and their association with Easy-E.

    Edited.
     
  4. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    I don’t think I’ve heard anything by them before. Excited to listen.
     
  5. put some respect on the midwest’s name lol

    —a pedantic clevelander
     
  6. williek311

    @wearthicksocks Prestigious

    Cleveland is the city where we come from so run.


    Putting Midwest and chopper style on the map.
     
  7. The Lucky Moose

    I'm Emotional, I Hug the Block Prestigious

    I never really got into a Bone Thugs album, including this one (though I do own the CD), but like any person with two ears and a heart I love plenty of their songs. Tha Crossroads in particular is a song I will never not want to listen to. They're definitely legends.
     
  8. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    Bone bone bone bone bone bone
     
  9. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    Haven't listened to this forever. Some of the best flow in the history of the genre
     
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  10. ncarrab

    Trusted

    Hot Take: The original Crossroads is way better than the popular Crossroads.

    *ducks*

    Anyway, this is one of the first albums I ever bought with my own $. I was 9 when it was released and was obsessed with it. I honestly don’t go back to it as much as some other Bone albums though (Resurrection and Strength & Loyalty are probably my two favorite albums from them)
     
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  11. Pepetito

    Regular Supporter

    1st of the month is such a jam.
     
  12. Blainer93

    Trusted

    Oh hell yes.

    One of the first albums I ever heard thanks to my brother and was one of the first ones I bought with my own money
     
  13. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    Starting this now and I remember why I recognize the name. They did a feature on the first I See Stars album.
     
  14. PauLo

    43% Burnt

    I remember getting Tha Crossroads and 1st of tha Month on single when I was still at school. Used to get a couple of quid a day for lunch, by 3 packs of 10p crisps and spend the rest on singles. I got 1st of tha Month for only 99p. It was in a sale bin and had no cover. Just got it because it looked cool. Glad I did.

    Also Budsmokers Only was a b-side on one the singles and i'd completely forgotten about it before I listened to the album for the first time last year. I highly doubt this 13 year old white kid from a village in Surrey even knew what a "budsmoker" was haha. Saying that, I think I knew what Dr Greenthumb was about. I dunno.
     
  15. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    This sound is pretty unique. His sing-song flow is pretty cool and melodic for the genre.
     
  16. PauLo

    43% Burnt

    Which one? There's 4/sometimes 5 of them haha
     
  17. xapplexpiex

    the past is a grotesque animal Supporter

    I meant all of them in general.