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    Default Confused Lord Jamar - 5% Album

    This album is actually alright. I downloaded it about a week ago and I have been really rough on the Wu for a couple of years. But I will have to say that this year has been pretty good for the Wu and all the albums dropped this year is actually fire. From Ghost to Bronze to Jamar they are all pretty good to me. Bronze is my personal favorite out the three then I will give Jamar a good second then Ghost. Fishscale is just such a forgettable album but all in all Lord Jamar album is pretty good. Now I still will have to buy the orginial CD to get the book that comes with it. I would give it an easy 8 out of 10.

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    Jamar aint WU
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    Look at the tracklistings man. Have you been around awhile. Nothing but Wu Members on there kid. You must like to hear yourself talk or something.

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    yeah, but still, jamar aint wu

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    LMFAO Lord Jamar is a part of Brand Nubian lmao the reason he's close to so many wu members is because they are a part of the nation of gods and earths

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    Wow it is kinda of funny that I did not know that he was part of Brand Nubians since I bought their first cd when it came out. But anyways the CD is tight and it is Wu loaded. Actually playing it right now and it is up their with Bronze Nazareth. Say what you wanna say I would not have gotten it if Wutangcorp would not have advertised it so that is why I got it. It is worth copping though.

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    yea it is

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    who gives the shit about 5% dont wanna hear no crap about this fucking shit even tho there's mad wu in it. if ur white and supported this shit ur mad stupid

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    thats not true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sun Tzu, Tha Soul Controllah
    LMFAO Lord Jamar is a part of Brand Nubian lmao the reason he's close to so many wu members is because they are all slaves to the same brain-deadening religion
    i agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by mano
    who gives the shit about 5% dont wanna hear no crap about this fucking shit even tho there's mad wu in it. if ur white and supported this shit ur mad stupid
    then why the fuck do you listen to wu tang? smh

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    no offense but we must have some youngsters in here. And Sun Tzu said it best!

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    well u dumb fuck listening to wu doesnt mean i agree wih their 5% shit plus they dont talk about the 5% in the whole album and they dont promote the 5% while jamar is.

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    yall should respect 5% man, its wu-fam right there, why the hell do u think wutangcorp promote the album

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    well i take it as mythology not religion....
    just as if they were telling stories, not telling black people how to behave... this way it's easier to listen to it. but i'm french, and i sure enough wouldn't support that type of album if a french rapper was putting it out... i may be stupid after all. but i liked the album

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