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    Quote Originally Posted by David Daniel Davis View Post
    Is this in stores? I have not been able to find it at all.
    Online only.

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    I agree with some of the things that are being said about the lack of emotion on some tracks....the beats themselves are emotional, but sometimes Priest's tone and flow and cadence do not convey those emotions lyrically....

    Emotional tracks like The Park, The Elders Gave Us Aura, Love Is Life, They Say, etc sometimes Priest sounds monotone on them.

    IF you really want to FEEL emotion on a track, I always think of Ghost on Impossible....
    "A SPACE KNIGHT LIKE ROM, CONSUME PLANETS LIKE UNICRON, BLASTIN' PHOTON BOMBS FROM THE ARM LIKE GALVATRON......"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Galvatron97 View Post

    IF you really want to FEEL emotion on a track, I always think of Ghost on Impossible....
    Which is NOT what I normally look for in hip-hop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz View Post
    Life is Good, was on point. Near Classic status. Lyrics are impeccable. production on point. IDK what you're talking about. Like i said I win either way as a fan. Anyways kid, I'm not trying to feed the troll just saying the only people you'll catch saying Priest is better than Nas are on Wu corp. and Killahpriest.com lol. Have a nice day.
    Nas' hated on here for some reason I don't think I'd say Priests discog. is comprable to Nas' but this is better than life is good for sure and I enjoyed that lp

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    last year this album never coming out kinda ruined music for me

    wasn't able to get excited for anything.. have ordered a bunch of stuff and haven't really gotten around to listening to it for various reasons


    it lived up to its potential
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitche Manito View Post
    Which is NOT what I normally look for in hip-hop.
    what is music for?! if you don't want it to make you feel anything why even bother?

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    If peace god or new reality don't move you you may be numb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machine Gun Funk View Post
    what is music for?! if you don't want it to make you feel anything why even bother?
    When I bump hip-hop, I expect the beat to provide the emotion and the lyrics the imagery and ideas. If I want the vocal performance to convey the bulk of the emotion, I will listen to something else than hip-hop.
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    ^Personally, I like vocally inflected hip hop but only if it's done right. Sometimes, it comes off as cheesy and forced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    ^Personally, I like vocally inflected hip hop but only if it's done right. Sometimes, it comes off as cheesy and forced.
    Of course I don't hate it either when it's done right, which is rather rare in my opinion. But it's not what I look for in hip-hop. For example I like RZA's and U-God's flows on Impossible just as much as Ghost's.

    And I've never been a big fan of I Can't Go To Sleep.
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    this song DESTROYS all of czarface...

    decks verse here >>> anything he spit for esoteric

    the beat is better than anything gay 7l put together too

    any of you geeks still listening to that boring piece of shit album!?!?!?!?!?!

    czarface = FAILURE



    the PWOWR = a tidal wave of classic material



    listening to killah p >>> reading books



    priest wrote this album in outerspace and brought it back to earth to share with wu geeks thanks killah

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    Czarface is still a banger.

    "decks verse here >>> anything he spit for esoteric"

    Naw he again reused more of his own lines. Deck now uses multi-syllabel rhyme patterns with no substance, rhyme JUST to rhyme & have caught dude reciting/repeating his own material for years now.

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    I like the Czarface album a lot, to me its easily one of the best Wu releases in a long time. I just got the KP CD yesterday so I am only halfway through Disc 2. I am not blown away by the beats on it so far, but KP is obviously on point. Plus I def need more time, a lot of material here. Peace

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    Aside from a couple blunders and a small handful of so so songs, this album is fantastic.

    New Reality and Lotus Flower are my top two tracks.
    The brutal offspring of Conan and Red Sonja.

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    This album makes me wish Killah Priest never fell asleep while MK did Mystery of Chessboxin'. Can you imagine if he was the 9th member? No offense to MK but nobody would doubt Wu-Tang was not only the best hip-hop act of all time, but any genre of music. No offense to the Beatles....
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