Rolling Stone's top 10 albums of the 90's

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  1. HK-47

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    I was wondering where Pearl Jam's Ten was, and there it was.
    But BlackStar totally added what was missing; Dr. Dre and the Wu-Tang Clan.
     
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  2. keepithowitis

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    Replace eminem with hieroglyphics' third eye vision, add the pharcyde's bizarre ride ii somewhere, and bump low end theory to #1, and then we'll be talking.
     
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  4. Chris_Crime

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    have you seen...
    #0 Ready to Die Notorious BIG

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    here's the Juicy instrumental from this album
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbbEeK95Q5g
    yeah, ready to die would've been my #1. If I'm walking out of the 90s carrying one album, this was it.

    The only 90s album that came close for me was Incubus' Make Yourself. In voting 10 years after the fact, you'll lose some of the "feel" or authenticity of the period itself. I'd have put Jamiroquai's Travelling Without Moving on the list just because it was getting listened to far more than album x on the list.
     
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  5. WickedLiquid

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    LOL, I like the elemental shift in music that has occured here.

    Next up; top 10 dance albums of the 90's!!! Break out the hair gel and tight Calvin Klein t-shirts, it's your time to shine!
     
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  6. Chris_Crime

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    I came_this_close to posting the top 10 cumbia & tejano albums of the 90s.

    so very close
     
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