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    Wade your memory is playin tricks on you 36 Chambers was bigger than Cuban Linx. CREAM was a bigger hit than any single off the purple tape.

    Cuban Linx was more heavily imitated with all the Mafioso shit and Crystal sippin and all that but 36 Chambers put an even bigger dent in the game people took notice when that album came out cause it was like nothing ever heard before and no don't say Juice Crew. They were a crew of emcees who came together for songs but they weren't a true group like Wu-Tang was back then.

    36 Chambers was too hard to imitate. Even the mafia shit was popularized by Wu but they didn't originate it ask Kool G Rap. It was done before just like it was done again.

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    Re: 36 Chambers:Best Wu-Tang album, but in hip hop...?
    Wade your memory is playin tricks on you 36 Chambers was bigger than Cuban Linx. CREAM was a bigger hit than any single off the purple tape.

    Cuban Linx was more heavily imitated with all the Mafioso shit and Crystal sippin and all that but 36 Chambers put an even bigger dent in the game people took notice when that album came out cause it was like nothing ever heard before and no don't say Juice Crew. They were a crew of emcees who came together for songs but they weren't a true group like Wu-Tang was back then.

    36 Chambers was too hard to imitate. Even the mafia shit was popularized by Wu but they didn't originate it ask Kool G Rap. It was done before just like it was done again.

    finally somene wit genuine knowlrdge thank you!!

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    I just have to say there is know other album in the world that has as much wisdom or as much depth as the wu-tang fuck other rap albums i dont listen to anything unless it's wu-tang or wu-tang oreiented. 36 chamber is definately a must in the wu-tang collection. but i would have to say i love the the w and wu-tang forever. all in all the wu is nothing to be compared to radio or rap or any other rap groups they are on a level of there own Gods of rap know as a legend to wannabe rappers like g unit and shit like that. Disgrace to rap

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    illmatic is great but not the best, for me it's a toss up between xzibit's first two albums.

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    Im thinkin wu tang forever, Illmatic, or Blackout

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legato
    best hiphop album ever is heavy mental.
    What the fuck are u smokin?

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    cream was the clans only hit but all i need was an even bigger hit, damn thing won a grammy. house of pain and cypress hill had that dark grimey shit before wu. rakim, poor rightous teachers and brand nubian covered all the 5% shit. juice crew did what wu-tang did, just backwords. they were solo artists first then they did albums together. wu might have done it better but that shit isnt original. nothing that wu did was really original, just revolutionary. they took something that was already there and did it in a way that was never done before . even the way they structured their record deal was taken from goerge clinton and the funkadelic all-stars.

    but the point is that bad boy was the crew that shifted power back to the east. and cream wasnt as big a hit as any of biggie's shit.
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    Default Re: 36 Chambers:Best Wu-Tang album, but in hip hop...?

    Quote Originally Posted by wubanga99
    Come on ya'll...I know you feel what im saying...give me some feedback...

    I welcome anyones opinion...

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    I agree, as much as i love 36 Chambers, Wu-Tang Forever to me is their best album. Production wise, and lyrically it's them as a group at their peak. Only album i feel more than Forever is Liquid Swords

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