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    Tracklist:
    01 – Reloaded ft. Pain In Da Ass, Action Bronson, Big Body Bes, Termanology, & Tony Touch
    02 – Bird’s Eye View ft. Raekwon, Joey Bada$$, & Black Thought
    03 – East Coast ft. Noreaga & Lil Fame Of M.O.P. 2
    04 – 21 & Over ft. Sean Price & Mac Miller
    05 – The Spark ft. Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, & Mike Posner
    06 – Make Believe ft Freddie Gibbs, Ea$y Money, & Termanology of 1982
    07 – Pinky Ring ft. Prodigy
    08 – Funeral Season ft. Styles P, Bun B, & Hit Boy
    09 – Bring Em Up Dead ft. Joell Ortiz
    10 – Camouflage Dons ft. Smif N Wessun & Flastbush Zombies
    11 – Big City Of Dreams ft. Troy Ave, Push!, AG da Coroner, & Meyhem Lauren
    12 – Gz, Pimps, Hustlers ft. Wais P & Slaine
    13 – My Hoe ft. Blu, Evidence, & Reks
    14 – Love & War ft. Ea$y Money & Freeway
    15 – 100 Stacks ft. JFK & Strong Arm Steady
    16 – Live From The Era ft. Pro Era (co-produced by The Alchemist)
    17 – Game Break ft. Lecrae, Termanology, & Pos of De La Soul
    18 – Home ft. Talib Kweli

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    so, what wu-corp users think of this album?
    I only listened to it twice, so I dont have a precise opinion on it already, but from top of my head I think its pretty dope.

    this was the track I was feeling most -> "10 – Camouflage Dons ft. Smif N Wessun & Flastbush Zombies"

    what about you guys?
    Last edited by Apocalypse; 07-12-2013 at 09:52 AM.

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    There are some really dope songs on here (Birds Eye View, East Coast, Camouflage Dons) and some tracks I'm not feelin as much as the others. Nothing is really terrible, but a few of them are not memorable to me - 3.75/5

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    Statik recreates "Bird's Eye View"
    As for myself: I had come to the conclusion that there was nothing sacred about myself or any human being, that we were all machines, doomed to collide and collide and collide.
    - Kurt Vonnegut


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