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Thread: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    Classic.. Nuff said

    [Comic Book Guy] One of the best albums Ever!!!! [/Comic Book Guy]

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    im not really feeling there first album................



















    that will be right the album that made me start listening to rap and now i prob listen to wu tang 80% of the time i listen to music
    fuck the queen
    wu tang clan aint nothin to fuck with

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    classic. no more can be said.

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    Ahhh im bored so i'll do a track by track review

    Bring the Ruckus-5/5-The track is so confusing first time I heard it because I had never heard of anything like this. The Kung Fu Samples, the drums, everything was unlike anything I had ever heard. Then Ghostface Killah comes in and says words that I hadn't heard before. This song changed me. It changed the way I think of hip hop. From the first time RZA says bring the motherfucking ruckus, to the last line in GZA's verse I was in another world. It's one of the most raw wu tracks out there.

    Shame on a Nigga-5/5-Amazing track. To think that with the equipment that RZA had to make something like this is just amazing. I love the horns, and love the dun dun dun dun dun dun DUN piano loop. Welcome to the world of the Ol Dirty Bastard, I always thought Ol Dirty came the best on 36 Chambers. Method Man and Rae drop great verses.

    Clan In Da Frong-5/5-This is another song that really changed me. I hear this real weird beat and then I hear a guy named RZA (I didn't know who he was at the time) start saying all these names I couldn't make out, and I thought, is this it? I could sense something was coming, then I heard the bass come in and i'll tell ya when I heard the piano loop come in and the GZA start in, I immediately started nodding my head. This track, even after listening to it probably 100 times, it still gets me hyped up.

    7th Chamber-5/5-This is another song that I was wondering "Are they gonna do anything?" I still love the beat it's one of my favorites from RZA. Almost everyone comes in and does a verse, all of which are classic by the way. This is probably my 2nd or 3rd favorite song on this album.

    Can it Be All So Simple-5/5-This is so perfectly sampled it's wrong. I love the strings and bass on this beat but Rae and Ghostface are incredible. Great storytelling song.

    Da Mystery of Chessboxing-5.5- Oh my god this song is completely insane. First, you got another Kung Fu sample, and then "Du Ha Du Ha" beat. The beat is just crazy. U-God rips off one the best 8 bars you'll hear. But Deck, Ghost, Ol Dirty, and Masta Killa all drop classic verses. There are 5 classic verses on this album! Crazy!

    Wu Tang Clan Ain't Nuthin to Fuck Wit-5/5- Another sick sample! RZA, Deck, and Method Man rip this song. This song is just sick I was going crazy first time I heard this track.

    Cream-5/5-Oh man, right here is the song that officially stamped me as a Wu head. For the longest time I thought this was the best beat I had ever heard. This song is perfectly done, there simply isn't a flaw. Raekwon and INS drop classic verses. And then there's the classic chorus, Cash Rules Everything Around Me, CREAM, get the money, dolla dolla bill ya'll

    Method Man-5/5-Once again another classic track by a wu member. This time it's Method Man solo. He just kills this song with his incredible flow and charisma and witty lyricism. A simple beat but it's done well for this song. Your soul has just been tooken to the 36 Chambers of death kid!

    Protect Ya Neck-5/5- Crazy beat! This song is the classic hip hop sound with every member spitting minus Masta. Best song to get you hyped up. I listened to this track over and over and over until I had it memorized. Deck, RZA, and GZA drop the best verses here.

    Tearz-5/5-Another classic storytelling type track. I love the beat and sample and this is one of my favorite RZA verses. Ghostface finishes this off nicely.

    7th Chamber Pt. II-5/5- I used to hate this track for the longest time but I just listened through it again though hey this is a pretty nice remix. It's not better than the original.

    There you have it. The PERFECT album for me and many other people.

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    yo, nice review deadly melody, although i think u over used the word classic, lol

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    tnx for that review deadly melody, like everybody said it's classic...nuff said, lyrics are sick, beatz too, i won't talk about flows cuz they are...

    bring da muthafhuckin ruckus

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    Too short unfortunately ...
    F.L.I.N.T.

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    Bring Da Ruckus (5)
    Shame on a Nigga (5)
    Clan in da Front (5)
    Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber (5)
    Can It All Be So Simple (4)
    Da Mystery of Chessboxin' (5)
    Wu-Tang Clan Aint Nuthin' Ta F'k Wit (4 1/2)
    C.R.E.A.M. (5)
    Method Man (4)
    Protect Ya Neck (5)
    Tearz (4)
    Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber part 2 (5)

    Classic album, easily in my top 5 list of all time greats
    I just don't like you, thats all.

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    Quote Originally Posted by num2son
    The Best, Nuff said.
    indeed

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    WOW!!! First time I heard this in 1994 I was speechless. I couldnt even fathom that some album could sound so good. This is the most influential album in my musically life. From this album Wu-Tang Clan was tattooed on my heart. Oh man I cant even begin to explain this album. I dont feel worthy to rate it. Imagine the greatest feeling you have ever had and multiply that by a million thats whut this album means to me. Oh Shit!



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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    6/10.... it was ok I guess but I was kinda dissapointed.

















    But seriously, it's a great album. I wont say it's perfect, but it is great. I like the Method Man remix as much as the original, but it wasn't really necesary. 9/10 overall.

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    the meth remix sucked but it is top album for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by num2son
    The Best, Nuff said.

    i agree... simple az that...
    2PAC - "WE TRYIN' 2 GET THEM WU TANG NIGGAZ CUZ I LOVE THEM NIGGAZ!! I FEEL AZ THO' THEY REPRESENT THE EAST COAST HOW WE REPRESENT THE WEST COAST..... & I LOVE THEM..."

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    Default Re: Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

    Quote Originally Posted by 9th Warrior
    classic. no more can be said.

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    If you haven't got this cd,
    you're a REAL sucker.This is a piece of MUSIC's story!!!



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