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    Default little known RZA produced album?

    just saw this shit



    who the FUCK?!?

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    Cali-guys. It's an ok album, I guess. RZA only produced 3 or 4 songs.. It's two of the members from the West Coast Killabeez. They used to call themselves Black Knights of the Northstar.. That was back when doc doom, holocaust and them was in the group too. They also had a mixtape at chambermusik, I think. But if you're a collector I suggest that you'll cop the album.. some aight songs on it..

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    it definitely grew on me. wicked west coast sound but some ill production. i used to hate the electronic bob digi beats but now i really dig them. please be warned that it is NOT typical RZA production at all.

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    that track "4 sho sho" on GHOST DOG: way of the samurai soundtrack is a banger!
    Shaolin shadowboxin' and the wu-tang swordstyle...
    If what you say is true...
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    it's probably one of my favorite killa bee albums. no question my favorite killa bee album post-2000.

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    dont really like there flow/voice but i liked the album

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    Quote Originally Posted by crass View Post
    it's probably one of my favorite killa bee albums. no question my favorite killa bee album
    Same here.
    I love it.

    And RZA produced 4 songs there - Red Rum, See Me, 64 and Destiny.

    Great album. You should definately get this.

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    Damn, that kinda makes me feel bad cause they was actually in stores

    But yeah, Wu fans look at Northstar like fat people look at key-lime pie. It's an aquired taste. I personally thought it was pretty good. Luv Allah, Nuttin, Redrum being my favs off this one. They're underground album was pretty good too. Bust Your Guns is a banger, especially if you have a good system in your car. Hell even if you don't it'll make you sound like you do
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    definitely a dope album!


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    I was feeling it, it has a great westcoast/wu vibe which is a combination I didn't think was easy to do but they pulled it off.



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    It's not really little known. Maybe just little known to you.

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    yeh its a well good album i really liked it. good for the summer

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    didnt really like this album at all and frankly i thought the Rza beats were the worst thing about this album(and everyone knows im arguably the biggest fan of Rza production on this site).

    it has to do with the fact that i dont like the westcoast sound. i didnt like the sting or BOAP either.
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    Dope. Bet if Warcloud made an appearance or two ya ass would be on this shit like R.Kelly on 14 year old girls, wade. Birth of a Prince was ill shit too.

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