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It takes a few listens to sink in, but on Aquemini, Outkast have pulled off a rare feat in hip-hop: they've made a good record that's a masterpiece of subtlety. What's more, it's their third record, and they've yet to fall into a rut--and that alone puts them in line for an award. The Organized Noize production crew is sublime, working with live musicians and crafting hook-filled soundscapes that complement Big Boi and Andre Benjamin's melodic patter. (See "Rosa Parks," "Chonkyfire," and the epic "Liberation," which features Erykah Badu, Cee Lo, and Big Rube--and clocks in at just under nine minutes.) Classy and intelligent, Outkast haven't sacrificed anything in their quest to make challenging, innovative hip-hop that forgoes idle boasting for the duo's message. A sample, from the title track: "Now, question: Is every nigga wit dreads for the cause? / Is every nigga wit golds for the fall? Naw / So don't get caught in appearance." --Randy Silver
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 29, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: La Face
  • ASIN: B00000BKI1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (398 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Outkast has done for Hip Hop what Radiohead did for Rock (if you can even still call it that) with OK Computer. Listen, Wu Tang is amazing, The Roots are brilliant, Mos Def, Snoop, Dre, Nasty Nas, Busta, Talib, Beasties, Goodie Mob, Gang Starr... there's a lot of great artists in Hip Hop today but Outkast shines above all of them. Their message couldn't be more on point, their rhymes and delivery aren't even human and must be something they picked up in the outer reaches of the galaxy on ATliens, and the production (sorry RZA) is the best in the business. Also, look at what they get out of their guests... Rae on Skew it on the Bar-B... I've never heard anything that can match that style... and how about George Clinton on Synthesizer? But even Big Boi (who is incredible) can't touch Andre. On Return of the Gangsta, Rosa Parks, Skew it, Synthesizer, and Da Art of Storytellin' Parts I and II he's just... whatever, I can't find a superlative that does him justice. Buy the album. It doesn't get any better than this.
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Aquemini is a 9 year old album, but is a still a masterpiece. Anyone who says there are no lyricists in tha south...I guess yall dont remember how sick Outkast was. Outkast was tha second duo to lyrically outshine every group in hip hop (Rakim & Eric B came 1st, of course) Anywayz back 2 tha review, I cant get enough of Aquemini, so much so, I've lost it three times and re-bought it each time. Lemme break it down: Nice musical intro. "Return of tha G" is sort of a poetic track, very real though. "Rosa Parks" was one of tha catchiest singles in 98' cant even lie bout that, great song. "Skew it on tha Bar B" is one of my favorite tracks on tha album. Raekwon spits a rediculous verse. "Sythesizer" is also one of my favorite tracks with a great beat. "Da Art Of Storytellin 1& 2 " are my two favorite tracks on tha whole album, they take story tellin to a whole notha level.

I respect Outkast because they keep it real, extremely original, and gangsta all at tha same damn time. I mostly respect Andre 3000 because he's living proof that you should never judge a book by it's cover. Outkast is ATL's first shinning star, just like Scarface is our's, so alwayz show dem OG's tha respect. AQUEMINI is one of the most lyrical albums I own, so If you like Outkast, you should really already have this album. Lil Cris , 100%
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This is the best album by Outkast. That alone is reason enough to make it an automatic purchase. But not only is it the best album by the best hip-hop duo ever, it is one in a handful of the most important rap albums made in the last 15 years. The lyrics, beats, and overall vibe of the album transcends music as a whole. It's an experience, if you will, that can connect to the core of every human, no matter what your race, religion, financial status, or walk of life. In the mist of this, however, Outkast stays true to who they are and their dirty south roots. Both rappers were at their peaks, musically, at this point in their lives and each brought different and amazing skill sets to the table to combine and create this masterpiece. Big Boi never wavers, always bringing the truest and purest street speak to your ears, keeping the thug in the album and the streets the object of everything he says. And Andre brings the creativity and the style to the album, meshing with Big Boi in a symbiotic cacophony of musical favors and styles. And not to dis Big Boi, but Andre may actually be the most underrated rap artist in the history of the genre. If I'm making the starting line up for a hip-hop all-star team it would go something like this: Jay-Z, 2Pac, Nas, Chuck D, and Andre 3000 (with the Wu Tang Clan and Biggie coming off the bench). That's how much I think of Andre. He reaches out and demands your attention with every word he speaks, telling you exactly how it is and how he sees the world, with a flow almost poetry-like in nature. When we look back 100 years from now, in this era of hip-hop, people will see this album and hear the lyrics of Andre (as well as Big Boi) and realize what true hip-hop was and meant at that point in history.Read more ›
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Outkast has always been one of my favorite hip hop duoes. I love all their albums, but Aquemini is the best of 'em all, it's simply untouchable. Even though it's a bit "old", it still ahead of it's time today, where hip hop is ruined by "artists" such as 50, Fab, Lil' John amoung others.

Andre 3000 has amazing lyrics and Big Boi delivers the craziest flow ever. The whole album is genious, but the standout tracks are:

"Aquemini", "Slump", "Spottieottiedopalicious", "Liberation" and of course "Chunky Fire". these songs are rated 13 out of 10.

What i love about outkast, is their ability to combine hip hop with "music", with that I mean that some of the tracks are more sung tracks than rap, fx "Liberation" feat. Cee-Lo & Eryka Badu, where they all sing and not rap.

In my eyes, you can't call yourself a hip hop fan, if you do not own Aquemini, it's a must-have album, and there is something for everyone

i can't wait for Idlewood
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