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    Yeah baby,,, 10 whole years... diss me hard, or neglect this all together.. but I'm celebrating

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    congrats. I'm not good with dates, I assumed the album was a few years older

    what I liked about the album, next to the songs, was that it was such a full package, what with the extra info, the dvd etc.

    I haven't played the album yet this year. Great beats and overall wu atmosphere, nice features and some choice songs. In some of the songs I found your delivery hard to understand at first (enunciation)

    I didn't buy this album when it came out. I was big into the wu but had a courtcase to attend to and everything else took a backseat for about a year or so

    I think I bought the album around 2011 or so. Played it a lot when I first got it

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    Sheherezade (spelling?)
    Jewels
    Weeping Tiger
    Wu Tang Martial Expert
    Dart Tournament
    Valentine's Day Massacre

    were my favs off the album

    @Cilvaringz : if you had to pick one fav song from the album, what would be your number one?

    proficiat man, wu geschiedenis geschreven met je album, je tournees, de site en ouatis

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    Was there ever going to be a part 2?

    I do like the honestly you displayed on the album.

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    i love the lp but the track dedicated to fuck america the only track not a fan of but i understand the shit as cat from the hood

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    The Weeping Tiger & Dart Tournament...

    Good memories

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS View Post
    i love the lp but the track dedicated to fuck america the only track not a fan of but i understand the shit as cat from the hood
    Lmao
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    Bought it recently. Have 2 check out the dvd.
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    Its no Killarmy, SOM or Gravediggaz not even close will never be on their level.

    The album was ok felt more like a compilation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotnikks View Post
    Its no Killarmy, SOM or Gravediggaz not even close will never be on their level.

    The album was ok felt more like a compilation.
    hahaha haters going to hate?

    LP was far better than a compilation man come on now you're talking shit lol...

    7/10 any day.



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    Copped this right away when it came out. Definitely one of the most Wu-sounding releases this century, I don't get all the hate. Not a single skippable track, comes off very coherent. 'In the name of Allah' is probably one of my favourite beats of all time, could've been straight from Forever.. Waiting for II impatiently!

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    always liked this album a lot..



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    one of my fave wu related albums

    valentines day massacre was my shit.

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    This record was a Wu classic, aint gonna pretend like I didn't gave it a lot of spins. Classic verses and vintage epic beats! Props to Cilva for giving room for Sin and the rest of Killarmy.
    -----> Check newly released "Genesis, vol 2" beat mixtape available on all streaming services.
    -----> Check Rev. William Burks aka Chuuuch "Nigowkno", "Runnit" and "Ganja"
    -----> Check also on Spotify, Tidal or Apple Music: KAMi "Genesis, vol 1"

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    Congratz Tarik! Always loved this album.

    It was released in a period where (in my opinion) no Wu-affiliated albums were consistently dope - from start to finish - anymore.

    Your album was a breathe of fresh air; there are no tracks on "I" that are skip-able.. dope throughout!

    Your live shows were killer as well.. I saw you in 013 multiple times.. legendary!

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