D12 Devil's Night (2001)
Anyone showing disdain for the debut album from Eminem's group, D12, was just on some holier-than-thou type shit. Yes, it's got its goofball moments and yes, it was heavily dependent on Eminem's rhymes, but what's wrong with that? People are really going to fault an album for relying on a then-legend in the making? That's just shortsighted and unfounded, especially when other members in the crew, particularly Kuniva, Proof, and former member Kon Artis, also had their fair share of quotables.
Also, don't act like you didn't throw at least a few Devil's Night bangers on your driving, workout, and get-hype-as-possible playlists. "Fight Music," anyone?