Best Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Albums

The Top Ten
1 East 1999 Eternal

This is easily the greatest Bone Thugs-N-Harmony album. Not only that, but it is also the greatest album of all time. I've never heard an album that had 14 great tracks. The only ones that weren't so good were "Die Die" and "Mr. Ouija 2," but other than that, this album is great.

And why isn't "Creepin On Ah Come Up #2"? What is this? That album was great too. The only stupid thing is "Mr. Ouija," but "Thuggish Ruggish Bone," "Foe Tha Love of Money," "Creepin On Ah Come Up," "No Surrender," and "Down 4 My Thang" - come on, guys.

2 Art of War

This is one of the most deadly albums of all time, and I say this with ease. Many say Eternal is number one, which is true to a certain extent, but AOW shows Bone at their peak and just how deadly they can be during times of war. Eternal was more of a "This is who we are," while AOW was like "bringing a knife to a nuclear war." Although the majority of their hits are on Eternal and Creepin on Ah Come Up, their greatest work is on the AOW.

3 Creepin' On Ah Come Up

Damn, where's the love for this album? This was their rawest in my opinion.

4 Strength & Loyalty

Sick flow, sick beats, and dope lyrics, too bad Bizzy ain't in it. The three of them killed every single song on the album. If you don't believe me, listen to Flow Motion, Wind Blows, and Streets.

5 BTNHResurrection

This should be the third best BTN album. This was another masterpiece by them. Murder One and Righteous Ones were always my favourite, and then they had The Weed Song, Ecstasy, and other stuff that were great also. Glad Flesh was in a lot of them.

Greatest Bone Thug album for sure. The whole album is a story and has similar song soundings. This is the most put into and perfect album they have ever done.

6 The Collection, Volume 1
7 The Collection, Volume 2
8 Thug World Order
9 Greatest Hits
10 Faces Of Death
The Contenders
11 Bone Brothers
12 New Waves
13 Uni-5: The World's Enemy
14 Art of War: World War III
15 Thugs Stories

In my opinion, this album should be tied with Bone's number one album, whichever that one is. This is a very special album. Every song on it is tight. There are so many different flows. If this album were re-released today, and all were fair in the music business, it would certainly be a number one hit album.

It's hard for me to explain in the few minutes I'm typing now. You have to get it and listen to it. Listen to the beat, the harmony, and more importantly, what they are saying. I still listen to this album today, in 2016, and I can hear something new that I haven't heard before.

I love this album, even without Bizzy and Flesh. This is a classic, just like about five or six other albums Bone put out. And I'm an OG, 57 years old, and one of Bone's biggest fans. Thanks for reading!

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