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Wu- Tang Meets the Indie Scene

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This cd is pretty good, not as fantastic as i thought it was the first time i heard it playing, but still good. The first times through it was great, there's a reason RZA is the shit. Casual actully rips a track on it (oh my god) and the del aesop is good too. C.C.F brings it with interstate. gza, rass always. but what really shines are the beats. Like i said, there is a reason RZA is a prince. in fact, the beats take me back to birth of a prince.

 

"my glock, my 4, those shots through your bedroom door"

 

who?

 

no, not me.

 

me?

 

cultural me

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i like that sir menelik track a lot.

 

that MF/RZA collabo track is also good.

 

 

*edit 4 spelling

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Im gonna side with splint2 on this... Lyrical Swords is the album stealer.

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Nahhh... that RA track is the real gem. Rugged Man's flow (not the words) on that track is probably the best string of syllables on that disc.

 

I definately wasn't feeling that Doom/RZA collab... but I guess MF dropped his verse over the melody (without a beat) so that gives him an excuse to sound like horse-shit.

 

The Del/Aesop thing was blah.

 

But that solo Del track was ill. Nice to see dude bring a new style to the table.

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RZA just murdered that instrumental on "Biochemical Equation". MF Doom just sounded drowned out and wack compared to RZA.

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That is one of the worst album covers I've ever seen. Tasteless and overstated.

 

But I love Wu-Tang shit, so I'm sure if anything sucks, it's cuz the guest appearances couldn't hang.

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I'm willing to bet that because it's Wu-Tang, it's gonna sink in later and I'm gonna think it's the hottest album cover ever.

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The whole album is a little too "Doomish" for my liking, I love the majority of Wu Tang and a fair percentage of the guests, but the beats are fucking dismal. The only thing worse I've heard in the last week was Circle Of Tyrants.

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I wanted to pick it up, but there is no way I can support that fucking Apple logo bullshit. When it comes down to it, when you strip away all the hip and tech status that comes with Apple, it's the same thing as putting a big giant Burger King logo on your music.

 

I like Apple, butt-fuck corporate cooption of musical styles and ideas no matter how "cool" or "good" the corporation.

 

Also, Apple's retail store division is a piece of turd.

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Originally posted by splint2@Dec 2 2005, 03:02 AM

wu meets indie

 

there you go guys, it should work.

 

 

Dude you only uploaded the playlist file

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