E. 1999 Eternal

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - E. 1999 Eternal
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Based on 3 reviews
1995 Ratings: #130 / 431
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Based on 28 ratings
1995 Ratings: #17
July 25, 1995 / Release Date
LP / Format
Ruthless / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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Their influence on modern rap is a testament to their greatness, truly underrated. Just listen to Freddie Gibbs or Migos and tell me Bone didn't invent this flow.
1995 has to probably be one of if not the best year for hip-hop releases. This album stands the test of time as you can see in today's rap how much influential it is with. With that being said, the intro of this album says it all of what you getting yourself into with its spine-chilling atmosphere. The lyrics and the hooks here ain't a slouch either being as catchy but creepy at the same time. Definitely a must listen for any fans of hip-hop lovers in general.
Easily my favorite rap album of all time. One of very few albums where I can listen the whole way through without the urge to change the song. Every member brought their A game and it's easily heard. One of the most underrated rap albums and rap groups of all time. BONE BONE BONE BONE!
See You At the Crossroad :D
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Track List

  1. Da Introduction
  2. East 1999
  3. "Eternal"
  4. Crept and We Came
  5. Down '71 (The Getaway)
  6. Mr. Bill Collector
  7. Budsmokers Only
  8. Tha Crossroads
  9. Me Killa
  10. Land of tha Heartless
  11. No Shorts, No Losses
  12. 1st of Tha Month
  13. Buddah Lovaz
  14. Die Die Die
  15. Mr. Quija 2
  16. Mo' Murda
  17. Shotz to Tha Double Glock
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