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Saying that Everlast showed a great deal of artistic growth between his first and second solo albums would be a understatement. While 1989/1990's Forever Everlasting was a decent, if uneven, debut, Everlast's second solo album, Whitey Ford Sings the Blues is an amazingly eclectic gem that finds him really pushing himself creatively. Between those two albums, Everlast joined and left House of Pain, which evolved into one of the most distinctive rap groups of the 1990s. While Pain's albums… read more

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  • Avatar for Zach216
    @Sharp-Ton "confirming that the nineties was a very good year for hip-hop" Yo, the 90's WERE a DECADE, bro. Something like 1998 would be a specific year, chief!
  • Avatar for Sharp-Ton
    Yo, Whitey Ford is an alias or just a way to say "white for"?
  • Avatar for Sharp-Ton
    White or black or whatever, this album is huge; confirming that nineties was a very good year for hip-hop.
  • Avatar for bobo9390
    Incredible album. Some of the best lyrics I've ever heard.
  • Avatar for TheAbbott
    Laugh at droppin' this album and judgin' "fallen mc's", I don't intend to check out any other solo stuff.
  • Avatar for slawomiro
    Everlast's best! :)
  • Avatar for BBacid
    Tripple Platinum!
  • Avatar for peanut_89
    everlast rules! ;-)

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