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  • Banger

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    Default GP Wu - Don't Go Against The Grain



    1.Smoking
    2. 1st Things 1st
    3. Two Gats Up
    4. Blow Up (Feat. Dr. Ama)
    5. Party People
    6. If You Only Knew
    7. Hit Me With That Shit
    8. Hip Hop
    9. Chamber Danger
    10. Underground Emperor
    11. Life Bid
    12. Don't Go Against The Grain
    13. Things Ain't What They Used To Be
    14. Black On Black Crime

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    great review.


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    Thanks.

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    nooooooooo problem.

    I will contribute by saying this is a very very sick album that everyone should have in their wu-library. if you dont you betta be tweeting your apologies to pop n them by now.

    Oh yea, hollow, did you find 9th prince on this album yet man?


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    Nope. What is that supposed to mean?

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    love this album.

    Underground Emperor is my fav track

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    I just got this album in the mail, fresh as fuck for $1.99 LOL I love amazon.

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    ^ lol hell yea

    ive bought albums for $0.90 and paid more for the sipping before

    theres some dumb ass people out there.
    We do it for the people.


    "In the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty"


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    what would yall compare this album to (wu catalog) in terms of lyrical content and overall dopeness?
    We do it for the people.


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    It just goes alont the usual Sunz of man/killarmy blueprint (not quite as interesting though). But It has more typical NY boom bap though on the beats. So it lacks alot of the trademark wutangness quirky samples, its more about base and heavy drums.

    It was probably pretty standard at the time, sound a bit better now though.

    Its nothing too special, just a steady album, and one of the more solid and better Wu affiliate albums. In terms of the Wu catalog I would give it a 3/5. The best tracks are probably 'Hip Hop' and 'Smoking'.

    'Hip Hop' is by far the only standout track though.


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    Yeah, its nothing to get hyped over

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE FRANCHISE™ View Post
    It just goes alont the usual Sunz of man/killarmy blueprint (not quite as interesting though). But It has more typical NY boom bap though on the beats. So it lacks alot of the trademark wutangness quirky samples, its more about base and heavy drums.

    It was probably pretty standard at the time, sound a bit better now though.

    Its nothing too special, just a steady album, and one of the more solid and better Wu affiliate albums. In terms of the Wu catalog I would give it a 3/5. The best tracks are probably 'Hip Hop' and 'Smoking'.

    'Hip Hop' is by far the only standout track though.
    yeah pretty much my opinion. i'd add Chamber Danger & Black On Black Crime on this short list of best tracks.

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