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    KB Ridin beat is ridiculous, Mef ripped it nice also.

    Bahmitzva was a nice car track.

    Is does have arguably one of the worst Wu tracks of all time though, Hatin' Don't Pay!

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    Not as good as The Swarm, probably on the same level as Iron Flag. "Get Familiar" should have been on it

    "Intro" - dope
    "Killa Beez" - dope
    "Out Think Me Now" - dope
    "Bar Mitzvah" - horrible
    "Doe Rae Wu" -ok
    "Bluntz, Martinez, Girlz & Gunz" - dope
    "Dancing With Wolves" - classic
    "Spend Money" - ok
    "Take Up Space" - ok
    "Rollin'" - meh
    "Get At Me" - meh
    "Spit That G" - ok
    "Woodchuck" - dope
    "G.A.T." - ok
    "Hatin' Don't Pay" - horrible
    "When You Come Home" - horrible
    "K.B. Ridin'" - classic

    Bonus disc
    Odyssey - meh
    digi electronics - ok
    la rhumba remix - meh
    billy - ok
    thirsty - dope

    Here, I'm handing out late passes

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    for me one of the worst wu lps ever. I'm not an expert but seem to recall it was mostly RZA productions too. WTF - the G.O.A.T. producer coming out with this? Huge disappointment.

    I'm lucky to have the 2cd version. CD2 is very good

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    the album was ok, but compared to the swarm was shit

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    The Sting was decent. Nowhere near as good as Swarm.
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    I still bump a few tracks from this as part of a wu playlist I made but other than that I really didn't like this album. I remember picking this up when it first dropped and I was far from impressed. Like Hollow said it was the beginning of the end.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz View Post
    The Storm?
    hahahah

    musta pressed wrong button.

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    Album was aight. RZA had a DPG westcoast vibe going with much of the album, so it sounds out of place in the Wu catalogue.



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    lol @ The Storm, I must of missed that one





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    albums dope..specially 'spit dat g' and da lord superb tracks...you lot to geeky wit albums

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    yea, damn, i was 16 then!!!!

    i luv that album

    but mainly for sentimental reasons unfortunately

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    I would have to disagree, there were alot bangers on there, Take Up Space, Woodchuck, BMGG, Out Think Me Now, GAT, Killa Beez, When You Come Home, Dances With Wolves, Spend Money , Kb Ridin, even the intro was esp dope, Rza named the majority of the fam.
    Bar Mitzvah was the only track for me that I didnt like. I didnt listen to Hatin Dont Pay, Get at Me, & Rollin that much, was an aquirred taste I guess.
    It was def no Swarm but WAY better than the Pollen.

    GAT, Take Up Space , & Out Think Me Now are still in heavy rotation.

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    album sucked ball tacos besides a handful of tracks.
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    I liked the album, minus Bar Mitzvah and Hatin Dont Pay. Peace

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