Black Entertainment : Top 2OO Albums of all time

Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by dandan, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. dandan

    dandan Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    n2deepthings06 Member MEMBER

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    I don't know what my all time favorite is, but the list had
    MisEducation Lauryn Hill
    Thriller Michael Jackson
    2 Pac (All eyez... and Me against the World)
    Neil Young Harvest Moon
    Band on the Run - McCartney and Wings
    Songs in the Key of Life - Stevie Wonder
    Thats the Way of the World - EWF

    I would have added
    3+3 Isley Brothers
    Street Player & Thats Rufus
    The Cronic - Dr. Dre
    any of India Arie
     
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    Khasm13 STAFF STAFF

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    a kraka definately made this list...cause it's some bullshucks...

    one love
    khasm
     
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    oldiesman Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    top 200 albums...

    how can there be a list without the temptations on it?
     
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    who put this list together ????

    No Temptation / Ohio Players / Gap Band / Envoge / Boys II Men
    and so many more where this list came from.......there was a few
    i like on the list but most of my favorites was snub off.....smh
     
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    I was a bit disaapointed in the list. Boyz II men actually did make it at number 159. I can't believe that the Temptations didn't make, their producer Norman Whitfield was actually named producer of the decade by Rolling Stone one year. I can't figure out why Nora Jones made it, that album was good, but more like elevator music. War should have made it too. Stevie's album Inner Visions was considered "cutting edge", don't know why it didn't make it either. Issac Hayes was another big act from the sixties through the seventies and beyond, big crossover appeal, yet he didn't make it. Sparkle was not Aretha's best album of the era. Donna Summer, Chaka Kahn, lots of people didn't get mentioned. Patti Labelle too. Gotta go
     
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