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    ^2 of 3 Killarmy's albums were released before 2000

    "I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth" (Rev. 3:15-16)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitche Manito View Post
    I think she's pretty cool, actually, posting on this forum.
    I'm the coolest ever. Sheesh, this is the only place so far I haven't heard anyone teasing me about the lyrics. I didn't expect that from all of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Vandelay View Post
    i guess i should have downloaded it, when it was name your own price. now it's $8. haha



    SOUL TEMPLE MUSIC


    An alternate version of Ghostface Killah’s “Twelve Reasons To Die”, produced by Apollo Brown -

    1. Beware of the Stare 02:31
    2. Rise of the Black Suits 02:33
    3. I Declare War 03:11
    4. Blood on the Cobblestones 03:35
    5. The Center of Attraction 02:47
    6. Enemies All Around Me 02:10
    7. An Unexpected Call 02:12
    8. Rise of the Ghostface Killah 03:24
    9. Revenge is Sweet 03:15
    10. Murder Spree 03:53
    11. The Sure Shot [parts 1 and 2] 03:36

    - BUY | DOWNLOAD

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    I like The Sureshot 1 & 2 Brown tape version

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    Apollo's versions of Blood on the Cobblestone, Center of Attraction, Enemies all Around Me, An Unexpected Call, Murder Spree, and Sure Shot Pt 1 and 2 are all better than the retail....

    I like the static and grimeyness of Apollo's version better....

    But I know a lot of heads who like the actual live instrumentation of Adrian's version....

    Either way, Wu fans win....
    "A SPACE KNIGHT LIKE ROM, CONSUME PLANETS LIKE UNICRON, BLASTIN' PHOTON BOMBS FROM THE ARM LIKE GALVATRON......"


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    what he said.


    and i like apollos version better.
    not that the o.g. is wack, but apollos just has that pure 90s grimey hip hop meets 70s blaxploitation soul vibe goin for it.


    probably my favorite apollo brown project so far.
    "Fuck Wu Tang Corp" - The GZA/Genius

    https://soundcloud.com/gptent/tito-lo-blak-hell

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    i only like i declare war & murder spree its kind of weak i expected more and if ppl like this version more then the adrian younge shits gotta be weak but anyways

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    On the Brown version Ghosts lyrics are delivered better.

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    Blood on the Cobblestones is fire. U-God's delivery owns the track.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Galvatron97 View Post
    I actually like Apollo's version better....

    Supposedly it was recorded old school style on DAT's and reels and that's why it has that static, grimey sound to it.

    To each his own...
    agreed, adrian younge came correct, dont get me wrong, but apollo brown did the damn thing, this is easily apollo's best work since gas mask, but all his shit is dope.

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    Brown Tape. Younge version. 2 WU classics. And I don't use the term "classic" lightly, but after spending a month with these records I feel justified in calling them classics. This is the most satisfying release since Cuban II and Killa debut before that and Supreme before that. In short, Twelve Reasons to Die is fucking CLASSIC!!!!!! Every Ghost album is dope, but this one really is special.

    The Corp is ASS for not advertising it, laughable that this is the WU's official site.

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    I like the pacewon version of I declare war better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    I like the pacewon version of I declare war better
    where can we here that version?

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    The Brown tape is def dope no ? but I personally like Younge's version overall, I however have them both in heavy rotation right now in my playlist along with Durag Dynasty -360 waves of course.

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    It'd be cool to see what Madlib could come up with if he was given the acapellas.

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