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89981
12-20-03, 05:13 PM
Bone thugs-n-harmony? if not can u give me your opinions as to why u dont like them.

Tarantino
12-20-03, 05:35 PM
I love them. Actually I was listening to the BTNH Collection Vol. 1 at work today.

Ergyu
12-20-03, 07:05 PM
I used to really like them when I was in middle school and stuff, but now when I listen to it it just sounds like such a gimmick. I still like E 1999 Eternal though. But when I listen to anything else, I just laugh and think to myself "god, how did I listen to that and keep a straight face?"

They are talented, that's for sure, but the style and content has just been way too played out.

89981
12-20-03, 09:50 PM
gimmick how?

rob1805
12-21-03, 01:07 PM
without a doubt eternal was there best cd after that they havent come close to making a good album like that.

it seems to me they went the positive route in there music lyrics and they lost some of the stuff that made them one of raps top groups.

but they always seem to make a kool smoke song if ya know what i mean..

so here are my top 3 ablums from bone

1.eternal
2. vol collection 1
3. vol collection 2

illennium
12-21-03, 01:10 PM
My roommate just bought Eternal the other day. It's good music for getting blunted. Also, I like that they can both sing and rap. None of this Ashanti bullshit where you get someone else to sing the hook.

Tarantino
12-21-03, 04:04 PM
They need to talk about things other than weed though.

davidlynchfan
12-21-03, 04:21 PM
I enjoyed that duet they had with Phil Collins.The music video was quite cool as well.

Ergyu
12-21-03, 04:22 PM
Originally posted by 89981
gimmick how?


They need to talk about things other than weed though.


That's how. What I mean is they have never evolved musically from E 1999. It's like hearing the same songs over and over again. I don't know what their sound really sounds like NOW, because I stopped listening after BNTH Resurrection, but I think I can figure it out. They were pretty groundbreaking in the early to mid nineties, but they kind of fell off the map when this new wave of Pop rap stuff started getting popular (Like Nelly and the like)

Buford T Pusser
12-22-03, 12:52 AM
Originally posted by Tarantino
They need to talk about things other than weed though.

That's their life!

I was in the basement of their "crib" a few years back taking pix of them. I could hardly breath there was so much funny smelling smoke of some sort.

They kept their bitches and hos upstairs in the room of mirrors.

Ergyu
12-22-03, 04:24 AM
Originally posted by Buford T Pusser
That's their life!

I was in the basement of their "crib" a few years back taking pix of them. I could hardly breath there was so much funny smelling smoke of some sort.

They kept their bitches and hos upstairs in the room of mirrors.

LOL that's RAD!

raiders757
12-22-03, 06:58 AM
Originally posted by 89981
Bone thugs-n-harmony? if not can u give me your opinions as to why u dont like them.

Nope, I don't like em'.

Pretty simple reason why. I'm just not a fan of rap music, or anything that has to do with the hip hop culture.

I along with many other people live by the motto "You can't spell crap without rap." All kidding aside, I'm sure they are good for thier genre, but it's just not my cup of tea.

edytwinky
12-23-03, 12:41 AM
I liked a lot of their older stuff when I was in high school. Of course I like rap, so that's just me. They were very talented, it's just that many mainstream people don't like rap so they're unwilling to listen to what's being said in many songs.

PixyJunket
12-24-03, 10:59 AM
Bone Thugs :up:

Mr. Bill Collector. :D

MJKTool
12-24-03, 03:58 PM
I loved this group when I was in high school. Very talented at speed rapping these guys are. I Eventually grew tired of these guys and rap altogether.

89981
12-24-03, 08:54 PM
i got a good remix of thuggish ruggish bone if any one wants it ask me through aim.

DRG
12-24-03, 10:02 PM
I still love "Thuggish Ruggish Bone". The later stuff is okay, but I like it more for nostalgic reasons nowadays.

SlangNRocks
12-25-03, 05:11 AM
I have over 20 of their cds. A lot of cd singles and albums and a couple promo cds.

There is still a big market for bone thugs cds. I was surprised when a promo cd of thuggish ruggish bone sold for over $150 on ebay.

Ergyu
12-25-03, 04:12 PM
Originally posted by SlangNRocks
I have over 20 of their cds. A lot of cd singles and albums and a couple promo cds.

There is still a big market for bone thugs cds. I was surprised when a promo cd of thuggish ruggish bone sold for over $150 on ebay.

Wow I didn't think anyone even listened to them anymore. I remember when Crossroads was a single and was so popular and the like. But after The Art of War, it seemed like they kind of dropped off the map.

gerrythedon
12-26-03, 03:12 AM
I still like them. I have all their albums [beginning with CREEPIN' ON AH COME UP]... and will get their new one whenever it comes out.

Zachary Cohen
02-23-04, 11:04 PM
DVDEmpire has a listing for a new Bone Thugs-n-Harmony DVD. It's about friggin' time.

89981
02-24-04, 05:35 AM
ima get that

woofman
02-25-04, 12:46 PM
Originally posted by 89981
Bone thugs-n-harmony? if not can u give me your opinions as to why u dont like them.

I don't know the first thing about them except that whenever I hear them I want to kill myself. Seriously though, nothing personal, I'm pretty open minded musically speaking, but something about them in particular just doesn't sit well with my ears, its like pain for the brain.

saoirse
02-25-04, 02:25 PM
Always loved Easy-E, but never too into Bone. Kinda sounded like they were humming with a mouth full of nuts.

Question though, who is still in prison, cause last I heard (which was quite a while ago) 2 of em were doing some hard time. Anyone know?

Ergyu
02-25-04, 02:56 PM
Deeeeeeeeeeez nuts.

thismeansyou
02-26-04, 01:46 AM
I used to love Crossroads. I memorized all the lyrics to it when I was 9 and I was the coolest kid in the class :) Actually, I havent heard that song in a long time...

I also like First of the Month...

I thought the song they did with phil collins in the video was kind of awkward.

gerrythedon
02-26-04, 02:53 AM
Originally posted by saoirse
Always loved Easy-E, but never too into Bone. Kinda sounded like they were humming with a mouth full of nuts.

Question though, who is still in prison, cause last I heard (which was quite a while ago) 2 of em were doing some hard time. Anyone know?

Flesn Bone is the one in prison... and will be for a long, long time.

kurupt
02-28-04, 07:38 AM
Bone Thugs have been in discussions with Dre and Aftermath for awhile now about a 1 album deal, but they haven't been able to agree on a price (sounds like the Aftermath discussions with Cube).

Ergyu
02-28-04, 04:34 PM
Anyone know why Flesh is in jail? I remember back in the day I had his solo cd and he was in prison at that time as well hah.

Mondo Kane
02-28-04, 05:34 PM
Originally posted by Ergyu
Anyone know why Flesh is in jail? I remember back in the day I had his solo cd and he was in prison at that time as well hah.

Gun charges, I think.

I always thought Bone would've been a much tighter group if they had Flesh instead of Wish.

89981
02-29-04, 12:09 AM
lmao poor wish. I dont really like bizzy that much.

puddytay
02-29-04, 10:10 AM
if anyone cares

Bizzys New cd comes out around June either on bungalo or universal.
Bizzy says he will be releasing tons of unreleased material on bizzybone.com sometime this year. I think its bullshit but thats what he said.
Bizzy and Layzie group cd comes out around august
Krayzie Bones new cd comes out around June on Ball'r records
New dvd comes out I think March 26th

Bone thugs are just as good as they ever were. Bizzy being my favorite. And I wouldnt expect them to sign with any sort of big name label. There all pretty broke and it would be smarter for them to open their own company and release material.

gerrythedon
03-01-04, 03:54 AM
Originally posted by Zachary Cohen
DVDEmpire has a listing for a new Bone Thugs-n-Harmony DVD. It's about friggin' time.

Bone Thugs N Harmony: Live & Uncut [3/23/04]

Once again, Bone Thugs N Harmony representsito theifullest with its latest DVD offering Bone Thugs N Harmony: Live & Uncut!.

The project highlights never seen before bootleg footage theirap group has received over theiyears from many of their avid fans. The DVD containsia dozen of Bone's best performances from touring, promotional dates, television andiaward shows.

Featured Performances:
Foe Tha Love Of Money (Featuring Easy-E)-Hollywood Palace In Los Angeles
No Surrender-Denver, CO
Thuggish Ruggish Bone-The Source Awards (NYC)
1st Of Tha Month-Portland, OR
Tha Crossroads-Atlanta, GA
Dayz Of Our Livez-Atlanta, GA
The Crossroads-1996 MTV Music Awards (NYC)
Body Rott-Auckland, New Zealand
Ecstasy-Sydney, Australia
Bone Thugs-2002 PowerHouse-Anaheim, CA
Cleveland Is The City-2002 NBA All Star Week-Phila., PA

drjay
03-01-04, 05:13 AM
I was at their show a few years ago at Music Midtown in Atlanta, and I must say, after being to Bonnerroo and concerts like Ben Harper, The Dead, etc, Bone Thugs produced a bigger cloud of smoke over the crowd. The amount of herbal relaxation going on at the show was absolutely unreal, never seen anythign like it, heh.

demonio
03-01-04, 06:17 PM
didn't they have a song where the only word in it was "Bone"?

NaturalMystic79
03-01-04, 06:25 PM
Budsmokers only, budsmokers only, oonnnllllyyyyyyyy!!!

DVDHO
03-02-04, 12:56 AM
E.1999 is one of the best rap albums ever imo,not a bad song on there and it had like 18 tracks on it.

Verbal Gorilla
03-02-04, 02:47 PM
Originally posted by demonio
didn't they have a song where the only word in it was "Bone"?

I think it was more of an interlude/introduction for another song on E.1999. I'm not sure though

Edit...nevermind, it aint on that album, but I remember the song.

tommyp007
03-02-04, 06:19 PM
Who?

puddytay
03-16-04, 11:43 PM
If you like bone check out this site. Its small now but its going to be big and they are going to keep releasing unreleased bone music. Join the forum.

http://www.thugheavenz.com/index2.htm

Another40oz
03-18-04, 01:49 AM
you guys clearly never heard the Faces of Death album. It was released in 93, the earliest bone thugs release. I believe it's under the moniker Bone Enterpri$es, but the songs are all over the internet as bone thugs so you can easily download them if you don't want to hunt down a hard copy or even bootleg. This is without a doubt my favorite of all their albums, and is the album Easy noticed leading to his signing the group. This is before the "singy" shit that turned off a lot of ppl who were fans.
Def Dick, which builds on the structure of the song "Pass the Dutchie" by one hit wonders Musical Youth (btw they were the first black artists on MTV before even Michael Jackson), is the best song on the album. Even if you're not a bone fan, you'll love this song. Layzie's verse is classic. There's something about it, you gotta give it a listen. Then "Bless Tha 40oz", and then "Flow Motion". They're all worth listening, but these 3 are the best ones on there.
http://www.gwynjones.freeserve.co.uk/westside2000/faces.jpg
they're pretty young here

Krayzie Bone's first solo album is a guilty pleasure of mine.

Another40oz
03-18-04, 01:50 AM
there's definitely mp3's with good quality and bad quality versions of the songs, so if it sounds ****ed up download another copy until you get one with the cleaner sound.

Ergyu
03-18-04, 03:58 AM
That's the cd I kept forgetting the name of. I bought that back in 97 or so when I was really into Bone, I remember finding it in warehouse music and thinking I hit the jackpot or something as a lil kid.

Most people don't even know about this record, I don't know how I figured out about it in the first place, but I suppose they were more popular then and there were more fan sites dedicated to them.

Ergyu
03-18-04, 04:02 AM
Oh yes, and Sons of assassins and Hell Sent were my fav tracks on this record. A couple of their best imo. I just noticed this cd goes for 60 bucks on ebay, and I bought it for 10, and gave it away to charity for free. :( damn...

89981
03-18-04, 10:28 PM
Originally posted by Another40oz
you guys clearly never heard the Faces of Death album. It was released in 93, the earliest bone thugs release. I believe it's under the moniker Bone Enterpri$es, but the songs are all over the internet as bone thugs so you can easily download them if you don't want to hunt down a hard copy or even bootleg. This is without a doubt my favorite of all their albums, and is the album Easy noticed leading to his signing the group. This is before the "singy" shit that turned off a lot of ppl who were fans.
Def Dick, which builds on the structure of the song "Pass the Dutchie" by one hit wonders Musical Youth (btw they were the first black artists on MTV before even Michael Jackson), is the best song on the album. Even if you're not a bone fan, you'll love this song. Layzie's verse is classic. There's something about it, you gotta give it a listen. Then "Bless Tha 40oz", and then "Flow Motion". They're all worth listening, but these 3 are the best ones on there.
http://www.gwynjones.freeserve.co.uk/westside2000/faces.jpg
they're pretty young here

Krayzie Bone's first solo album is a guilty pleasure of mine.


i got that. Is anyone here a member of the btnh source forum?

Mondo Kane
03-19-04, 05:14 AM
^I got that too, but with a more generic-looking cover. In fact, that album itself was quite generic since they didn't have their trademark sound yet...But at least they were admitted budsmokers before the "weed popularity" grew!

They re-released that sometime during '96, I believe.

Another40oz
03-31-04, 02:56 AM
that is the cover i believe to the album when it was rereleased digitally remastered

kurupt
03-31-04, 11:38 AM
I have that too (the other cover though) and while I like like E.1999 and Creepin' better era Bone much better, that album is good to have to chart musical growth. For the most part, I like it better than their last couple albums.