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  • Superior

    82 43.39%
  • Banger

    58 30.69%
  • Average

    14 7.41%
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  • Weak

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  • Wack

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Thread: Gza/genius-pro Tools (2008) Review

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    i have a perfect idea for you
    make Liquid Swords status album yourself and then decide which tracks to put on it

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    this album is sharp dart man GZA goes in as best as we could have hoped for

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    just listened through it, this shit is better than I expected; liking it more than Legend of The Liquid Sword. GZA's flow is a bit improved from some of the other shit he dropped in the last years but it ain't '95 and will never be again.. production is on point throughout, the genius never had a problem with choosing beats ("come do me" was 18 years ago so i'll give him a pass)... this might grow more on me or sound less good after more spins, i don't know but on first listen it's a solid release...

    8/10



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    Quote Originally Posted by claaa7 View Post
    just listened through it, this shit is better than I expected; liking it more than Legend of The Liquid Sword. GZA's flow is a bit improved from some of the other shit he dropped in the last years but it ain't '95 and will never be again.. production is on point throughout, the genius never had a problem with choosing beats ("come do me" was 18 years ago so i'll give him a pass)... this might grow more on me or sound less good after more spins, i don't know but on first listen it's a solid release...

    8/10
    i'll put it like this album is a solid 4 out of 5 stars or 8 1/2 out of 10 taking some points off for screwing up a track like firehouse that shoulda been GZA's

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    Check my review on page 3. I dropped my thoughts on every song.

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    i say ts a banger...based on the beats and the lyrics

    the flow is ok

    wish he gave it more attitude

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    Was RZA rapping as Bobby Steels in Life Is A Movie?

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    I think people are too hyped up right now to actually give it a proper review, so far im not blown away by it but it's far too early for me to drop my definitive opinion. 4/5 reviews?.....let it sink in first people.



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    ^^ it ain't fair to review the album at first listen but the first judgement is always important, and we can already agree that it's not a wack album.. this review thread will document how peeps will change there opinion from first listen to 20h and so on.



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    yes it's definately not a wack album.



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    "Firehouse" sounds just like a Mobb Deep track, Ka sound just like Twin



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    I feel where you're coming from Tauro and claaa7, but as I said, it's just me enjoying the album.

    I'll give it a few more listens, and edit the review if I change my opinion.

    PEACE to both.

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    I dont know guys I am on my 10th listen and I have not skipped a track yet.....I am loving this joint reminds me of the feeling I got when the first wave of Wu records came out...maybe cause I am older and I thirst for quality Hip Hop and this is so refreshing from the norm out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NAKHI the SOLORIAN View Post
    I dont know guys I am on my 10th listen and I have not skipped a track yet.....I am loving this joint reminds me of the feeling I got when the first wave of Wu records came out...maybe cause I am older and I thirst for quality Hip Hop and this is so refreshing from the norm out there.
    I feel the same exact way, I'm still banging every track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin10304 View Post
    I find it funny that people are surprised to see a track that GZA doesn't spit a verse on. Have you not noticed that he's had a track showcasing others on every single album except Grandmasters AND Words From The Genius FIXED?

    Ive noticed it before, I still dont get though WHY he keeps doing, if Im going to pay for GZA album, I want GZA. not Priest, Darkman, P-Sun or Ka.

    Liquid Swords (Killah Priest)
    Beneath The Suface (La The Darkman, Timbo King, Sunz Of Man & Trigga)
    Legend Of The Liquid Sword (Armel & Two On Da Road)
    Pro Tools (Ka)

    Thats wasted GZA space
    oh and you forgot to mention how Wisdom Body and Faster Blade were also wastes of Raekwon and Ghostface space. use your head next time you post.

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