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    these articles brought back a ;lot of memories man thanks

    dashing was originally for tical 2000

    radioactive was for masta killas nosaid date

    rza was supposed to have an album named 8 diagrams way before 8d as a wu album

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    And “See The Joy” was supposed to be on The Cure.

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    I do not see Dashing fitting in well on Tical 2000 at all, The Joy definitely seems like something that would have been on The Cure.

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    Working now. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForensikZ View Post
    these articles brought back a ;lot of memories man thanks

    dashing was originally for tical 2000

    radioactive was for masta killas nosaid date

    rza was supposed to have an album named 8 diagrams way before 8d as a wu album
    8 diagrams was the original name for wu tang forever. In fact it was : 8 diagrams pole fighter (like the movie). But the clan didn't like the name and RZA changed it for Forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonelli View Post
    8 diagrams was the original name for wu tang forever.
    "Wu-Tang Forever" is a better title at that time.
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    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
    "Who's the wickedest, street officialist, Guess, Gortex
    Lex is the crispiest, ice the vidiculous
    Peep and look, the unexplainable'll keep ya shook
    High illism, the realism got you hooked"
    AZ - Doe or Die (Rza Remix)

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    If I remember correctly, "Wu-Tang Forever" was also called "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" at one point or another.

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    Glad everybody is enjoying the flashbacks!

    This isn't an official update, but I think it's worth checking out anyway. This zip file contains a collection of various jpegs (magazine covers, articles, advertisements, etc.). I collected these from the internet, so the quality varies. Most are in decent, readable quality. But a few are in poor quality (I just kept them in the collection as a reminder to look for better copies).

    Here's the link - https://www.mediafire.com/file/ixnhw...20-%20JPEGs.7z

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    Forever is my favorite album ever but i think 8 diagrams pole fighters fits better with the first wu albums titles.


    And saint valentine days massacre was the intended title for the second album of 50 cent. Not for the wu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonelli View Post
    And saint valentine days massacre was the intended title for the second album of 50 cent. Not for the wu.
    Actually, I remember this being the case as well. May have just been a rumor, but I know I heard it about a year before wtf was released

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    Quote Originally Posted by ta12113 View Post
    Glad everybody is enjoying the flashbacks!

    This isn't an official update, but I think it's worth checking out anyway. This zip file contains a collection of various jpegs (magazine covers, articles, advertisements, etc.). I collected these from the internet, so the quality varies. Most are in decent, readable quality. But a few are in poor quality (I just kept them in the collection as a reminder to look for better copies).

    Here's the link - https://www.mediafire.com/file/ixnhw...20-%20JPEGs.7z
    thanks!

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    Thank you very much!

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    Default Batch #5 & Batch #6

    Batch #5 - This is nothing but The Source articles. Lots of variety in here. Featured articles on Method Man, Raekwon, U-God, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Inspectah Deck. Reviews of albums. And just because I've labeled the file a certain way, does not mean that there aren't other articles within that file. I just choose a single way to label the entire issue, usually with whatever feature is most prominent.

    1. The Source - August 1998 - No. 107 - Sunz Of Man (The Last Shall Be First Review)
    2. The Source - December 1999 - No. 123 - Raekwon (Return Of The Wu-Tang Street Scientist)
    3. The Source - December 2003 - No. 171 - Rza (Birth Of A Prince Review)
    4. The Source - January 2001 - No. 136 - Wu-Tang (Invades Your Hearts And Minds)
    5. The Source - March 1999 - No. 114 - Inspectah Deck (Catching Rec)
    6. The Source - May 1998 - No. 104 - Cappadonna (The Pillage Review)
    7. The Source - September 1995 - No. 72 - Raekwon (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... Review)

    Here's the link - http://www.mediafire.com/file/l9af8x...s_-_Batch_4.7z

    Batch #6 - This is nothing but Rolling Stone scans. Mostly just reviews of the group albums, with a few others scans thrown in.

    1. Rolling Stone - April 7, 1994 - Issue 679 - Wu-Tang Clan (Enter The Wu-Tang - 36 Chambers Review)
    2. Rolling Stone - August 31, 2000 - Issue 848 - Wu-Tang Take L.A
    3. Rolling Stone - December 13, 2007 - Issue 1041 - Wu-Tang Clan (8 Diagrams Review)
    4. Rolling Stone - December 14, 2000 - Issue 856 - Wu-Tang Clan (The W Review)
    5. Rolling Stone - December 18, 2014 - Issue 1224-1225 - Wu-Tang Clan (A Better Tomorrow Review)
    6. Rolling Stone - January 31, 2002 - Issue 888 - Wu-Tang Clan (Iron Flag Review)
    7. Rolling Stone - June 26, 2007 - Issue 763 - Wu-Tang Clan (Wu-Tang Forever Review)
    8. Rolling Stone - September 13, 2001 - Issue 877 - Rza (Digital Bullet Review)

    Here's the link - http://www.mediafire.com/file/r6xcz4...s_-_Batch_5.7z

    Happy reading!

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    Quote Originally Posted by soul controller View Post
    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
    "Who's the wickedest, street officialist, Guess, Gortex
    Lex is the crispiest, ice the vidiculous
    Peep and look, the unexplainable'll keep ya shook
    High illism, the realism got you hooked"
    AZ - Doe or Die (Rza Remix)

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