If you've never had the pleasure of listening to Kanye West's 2005 album Late Registration, then you're missing out. As hip-hop albums go it really doesn't get much better than that album, except maybe My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, it's pretty close. Late Registration featured some of the greatest beats ever put to record in my opinion and some of the best raps of Ye's career. Sure he's a douche bag and an asshole, and he admits it, but if you know anything about music you can't deny that Kanye is also a genius working in a style of music that has a lot of other geniuses, yet somehow he finds a way to stand out. One of the coolest things about Late Registration is that after the album came out, Kanye put together a live show at Abbey Roads Studio where he performed the albums in its entirety, along with some other classics from The College Dropout, with accompaniment from a live orchestra. The concert film, titled Late Orchestration, is a really incredible performance if you ever get to watch the full thing. I wanted to share some clips from it just to give you an idea of how awesome it is.