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    Default Killah Priest - Black August Revisted



    1 Intro (feat. Rudy)
    2 Big World
    3 Greatest Lesson
    4 The Last Supper
    5 Time (feat. Dreddy Kruger & Savoy)
    6 Revisited
    7 Movie
    8 Mind as a Weapon (feat. Hell Razah)
    9 Street Opera (feat. Hell Razah)
    10 Do the Damn Thing (Remix) (feat. Ol' Dirty Bastard)
    11 Turn Around
    12 Vengeance (feat. Ras Kass)
    13 Militant (feat. Kurupt)
    14 The Rain (feat. Main-Flow)
    15 People
    16 Genesis

    Just picked this up, havent got round to listening to it yet, ill drop a review when i do. Whats everyone elses opinion on this?

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    I've heard good things about this. Downloaded it to see, but haven't got round to listening yet either! Will pick up a copy if it's as good as some make out.

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    Ya, for some reason ive been bumping Gangstarr the whole time, and their albums havent left my stereo in a while, but as soon as they do ill throw this on. To be honest, Priest is one of the few Wu artits i still listen to, bar maybe Hell Razah

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    Revisited is a fucking heavy album. I've had it on my computer for ages and not that long ago I bought a copy from a guy here, I don't regret it one bit. I will drop a review soon.



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    bangin' album

    classic songs:
    Greatest Lesson
    The Rain
    Street Opera

    other very dope joints:
    Turn Around
    Revisited
    Mind As A Weapon
    Big World
    Time

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    very nic album i was wondering if someone could combine the tracks from this album and the orginal what would the order be

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    Just got this Killa Priest joint

    fav songs

    Big World
    Militant
    The last supper
    The Rain
    Do the dam thing

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    just got this the other day and it's a nice album although far from "Heavy Mental" and "The Offering". got a couple of superior tracks such as "Street Opera", "Greatest Lesson", "People" and "Last Supper" but also a few average songs like "Do The Damn Thing", "Turn Around" and "Genesis". the sound-quality is also inconsistent which is a minus (both "Mind as a Weapon" and "Street Opera" are in a bad quality compared to the other songs)..

    Overall: 7.5/10



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    ^^ the variable quality is because it's not an album. It's a compilation of unreleased stuff.

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    Damn, ive been listening to this album a lot latley, and im really impressed. Im not gonna drop a full review coz i basically couldnt be arsed, but my overall reaction to this is a very positive one. Theres only a few tracks that arent so good, 'Do The Damn Thing', 'The Vengance', but there not too bad.

    There is one song here though that has turned into one of my favourite Priest tracks, 'Greatest Lesson'. A dark, really sombre beat compliments some truly fanstastic, toughtfull lyrics from Priest. Its a fuckin amazing track and needs to be heard

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