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Overall 9.5
Lyrics: 9.5
Beats: 9.9
Musical Content / Arrangement:10
Theme: 10
Emotion: 10/10
Replay Value: 9.5
 

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Overall 9.9 (Only bc i dont think so appauled should be there but i still love the song)
Lyrics: 9.8
Beats: 10
Musical Content / Arrangement:10
Theme: 10
Emotion: 10/10
Replay Value: 10
 

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Lyrics: 9
Beats: 10
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Overall 9.99
Lyrics: 9.67
Beats: 10
Musical Content / Arrangement:10
Theme: 10
Emotion: 10/10
Replay Value: 9.5

 

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I'm doing this track by track. I'm substituting The Joy for So Appalled.

Dark Fantasy: 10
Gorgeous: 9.5
Power: 9.5
All Of The Lights (Interlude)/All Of The Lights: 9.5
Monster: 9
The Joy: 9
Devil In A New Dress: 9.5
Runaway: 10
Hell Of A Life: 9.5
Blame Game: 9.5
Lost In The World/Who Will Survive In America: 9

Overall, this may be Kanye's most consistent album quality-wise. There is no "Barry Bonds" or "Celebration" or "New Workout Plan" track that bogs down the album as a whole. I'm a bit leary to give a classic status to some tracks only because I have a Kanye bias, naturally I think most of the album is a classic. When people were saying this was the Sgt. Pepper of hip-hop records, they were right. This album will change how people react to quality in the mainstream world. I believe Rolling Stone said it best when they said that this album maximizes our visions rather than stick to our everyday down-trodden lifestyles since the start of the recession.

I mean honestly, are people going to be listening Lil Wayne after this album? Lil Wayne could never deliver a product like this. Drake could never deliver a product like this. Hell, even the underground might get shaken up. We know that Madlib, Pete Rock, RZA and DJ Premier had some sort of say on the album. Will you honestly go back to listening to Gucci Mane after this album?

Every genre has that album that just changes things. MBDTF will teach hip-hop practitioners that quality and taste must come before making money and getting radio play. This whole Rosewood movement? That's what it's about: for nearly four or five years, hip hop has hit this terrible rut where people don't care about what they are listening to. But now, we got lyrics, great beats, great arrangements. I mean seriously, other than the other greats in hip-hop who pushed boundaries (J Dilla, El-P, RZA, Pete Rock, Q-Tip), who are you gonna listen to? It's time to move forward in hip-hop. And this album is gonna help do that.
 

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Overall 3
Lyrics: 4
Beats: 2
Musical Content / Arrangement: 3
Theme: 5
Emotion: 3
Replay Value: 3

Overall his worst album, probably worst album of the year too, disappointed

Forgot too add this smh














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Dark Fantasy: 10
Gorgeous: 8.5
Power: 9.9
All Of The Lights (Interlude) 10
All Of The Lights 8
Monster: 7.5
So Appalled 7
Devil In A New Dress: 8.5
Runaway: 9.5
Hell Of A Life: 9
Blame Game: 9
Lost In The World/Who Will Survive In America: 9

Overall 9.25
Lyrics: 8
Beats: 10
Musical Content / Arrangement:10
Theme: 9
Emotion: 9
Replay Value: 9.5

 

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Szohr said:
Overall 3
Lyrics: 4
Beats: 2
Musical Content / Arrangement: 3
Theme: 5
Emotion: 3
Replay Value: 3

Overall his worst album, probably worst album of the year too, disappointed
i cant take this seriously, especially with emotion at 3
 

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I'm doing this track by track. I'm substituting The Joy for So Appalled.

Dark Fantasy: 10
Gorgeous: 9.5
Power: 9.5
All Of The Lights (Interlude)/All Of The Lights: 9.5
Monster: 9
The Joy: 9
Devil In A New Dress: 9.5
Runaway: 10
Hell Of A Life: 9.5
Blame Game: 9.5
Lost In The World/Who Will Survive In America: 9

Overall, this may be Kanye's most consistent album quality-wise. There is no "Barry Bonds" or "Celebration" or "New Workout Plan" track that bogs down the album as a whole. I'm a bit leary to give a classic status to some tracks only because I have a Kanye bias, naturally I think most of the album is a classic. When people were saying this was the Sgt. Pepper of hip-hop records, they were right. This album will change how people react to quality in the mainstream world. I believe Rolling Stone said it best when they said that this album maximizes our visions rather than stick to our everyday down-trodden lifestyles since the start of the recession.

I mean honestly, are people going to be listening Lil Wayne after this album? Lil Wayne could never deliver a product like this. Drake could never deliver a product like this. Hell, even the underground might get shaken up. We know that Madlib, Pete Rock, RZA and DJ Premier had some sort of say on the album. Will you honestly go back to listening to Gucci Mane after this album?

Every genre has that album that just changes things. MBDTF will teach hip-hop practitioners that quality and taste must come before making money and getting radio play. This whole Rosewood movement? That's what it's about: for nearly four or five years, hip hop has hit this terrible rut where people don't care about what they are listening to. But now, we got lyrics, great beats, great arrangements. I mean seriously, other than the other greats in hip-hop who pushed boundaries (J Dilla, El-P, RZA, Pete Rock, Q-Tip), who are you gonna listen to? It's time to move forward in hip-hop. And this album is gonna help do that.
good read dude
 

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Szohr said:
Overall 3
Lyrics: 4
Beats: 2
Musical Content / Arrangement: 3
Theme: 5
Emotion: 3
Replay Value: 3

Overall his worst album, probably worst album of the year too, disappointed
you def trollin bruh lol
 

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I'm doing this track by track. I'm substituting The Joy for So Appalled.

Dark Fantasy: 10
Gorgeous: 9.5
Power: 9.5
All Of The Lights (Interlude)/All Of The Lights: 9.5
Monster: 9
The Joy: 9
Devil In A New Dress: 9.5
Runaway: 10
Hell Of A Life: 9.5
Blame Game: 9.5
Lost In The World/Who Will Survive In America: 9

Overall, this may be Kanye's most consistent album quality-wise. There is no "Barry Bonds" or "Celebration" or "New Workout Plan" track that bogs down the album as a whole. I'm a bit leary to give a classic status to some tracks only because I have a Kanye bias, naturally I think most of the album is a classic. When people were saying this was the Sgt. Pepper of hip-hop records, they were right. This album will change how people react to quality in the mainstream world. I believe Rolling Stone said it best when they said that this album maximizes our visions rather than stick to our everyday down-trodden lifestyles since the start of the recession.

I mean honestly, are people going to be listening Lil Wayne after this album? Lil Wayne could never deliver a product like this. Drake could never deliver a product like this. Hell, even the underground might get shaken up. We know that Madlib, Pete Rock, RZA and DJ Premier had some sort of say on the album. Will you honestly go back to listening to Gucci Mane after this album?

Every genre has that album that just changes things. MBDTF will teach hip-hop practitioners that quality and taste must come before making money and getting radio play. This whole Rosewood movement? That's what it's about: for nearly four or five years, hip hop has hit this terrible rut where people don't care about what they are listening to. But now, we got lyrics, great beats, great arrangements. I mean seriously, other than the other greats in hip-hop who pushed boundaries (J Dilla, El-P, RZA, Pete Rock, Q-Tip), who are you gonna listen to? It's time to move forward in hip-hop. And this album is gonna help do that.
Beautiful posts, couldnt of said it better myself
 

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Overall: 9.8
Lyrics: 9 (All of the Lights...)
Beats: 10
Music Content: 10
Theme: 10
Emotion: 10
Replay Value: 8

Kanye's Masterpiece
 

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Overall: 9.5
Lyrics: 8.5
Beats: 9.5
Musical Content / Arrangement:9
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Emotion: 8.5
Replay Value: 8.5
 

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Overall : 9
Lyrics: 7.0
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The Illmatic Dropout said:
I'm doing this track by track. I'm substituting The Joy for So Appalled.

Dark Fantasy: 10
Gorgeous: 9.5
Power: 9.5
All Of The Lights (Interlude)/All Of The Lights: 9.5
Monster: 9
The Joy: 9
Devil In A New Dress: 9.5
Runaway: 10
Hell Of A Life: 9.5
Blame Game: 9.5
Lost In The World/Who Will Survive In America: 9

Overall, this may be Kanye's most consistent album quality-wise. There is no "Barry Bonds" or "Celebration" or "New Workout Plan" track that bogs down the album as a whole. I'm a bit leary to give a classic status to some tracks only because I have a Kanye bias, naturally I think most of the album is a classic. When people were saying this was the Sgt. Pepper of hip-hop records, they were right. This album will change how people react to quality in the mainstream world. I believe Rolling Stone said it best when they said that this album maximizes our visions rather than stick to our everyday down-trodden lifestyles since the start of the recession.

I mean honestly, are people going to be listening Lil Wayne after this album? Lil Wayne could never deliver a product like this. Drake could never deliver a product like this. Hell, even the underground might get shaken up. We know that Madlib, Pete Rock, RZA and DJ Premier had some sort of say on the album. Will you honestly go back to listening to Gucci Mane after this album?

Every genre has that album that just changes things. MBDTF will teach hip-hop practitioners that quality and taste must come before making money and getting radio play. This whole Rosewood movement? That's what it's about: for nearly four or five years, hip hop has hit this terrible rut where people don't care about what they are listening to. But now, we got lyrics, great beats, great arrangements. I mean seriously, other than the other greats in hip-hop who pushed boundaries (J Dilla, El-P, RZA, Pete Rock, Q-Tip), who are you gonna listen to? It's time to move forward in hip-hop. And this album is gonna help do that.
I enjoyed the read, but you can't really say there's a track that bogged down the album when you took a song out you didn't like and put on in you did.  HAHAHAHA
 

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Overall 9.9
Lyrics: 9.5
Beats: 10
Musical Content / Arrangement:10
Theme: 10
Emotion: 10/10
Replay Value: 9.9

Dark Fantasy - 10
Gorgeous - 10
Power - 8.75 (Because we've had it)
All of the lights (Interlude) - 9
AOTL - 9.5
Monster - 9
So Apalled - 9
DIAND - 10
Runaway - 10 (Samples <3 )
Hell Of A Life - 9
Blame Game - 10
LITW - 10
 
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