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Thread: How out of place is "Ason Jones" on the album?

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    ^your doing a great job of defending your thread.

    Another quik L for Luz lol.


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    rae is showing love to ODB and you're bitching about that? i don't respect your mustache

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHOSTLACED View Post
    ^your doing a great job of defending your thread.

    Another quik L for Luz lol.
    Ok since I missed it the first time, explain how an ODB tribute fits the Cuban Linx theme.

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    Why cant you just read it again? Its the first post. How retarded do you wann continue to act?

    How does Ice Cream fit the "theme"? How does Wisdom body fit the "theme"

    Do you really want to continue this pathetic conversation? You are hating on a ODB tribute song, do you really wanna continue this conversation?


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    I'm asking you to explain it. I'd really like an explanation. Can you please provide one in your next post?

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    easily the worst thread on wu-corp right now.

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    damn kid take it for what it is nuff people already explained to you
    raekwon told you


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    I don't usually like tribute tracks at all, but this one was solid.

    One Day You're Here is my favorite.
    --youreallfags.


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    I'm sorry? Negro English? I think you mean Ebonics.

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    I might be complaining about the Dre tracks but this thread is just fuckin retarded. the tracks fits perfectly and is one of my top 3 tracks on the album. since threadstarter is justifying his stupidity asking how a tribute tracks fits on an album about selling coke and crime stories i must ask. do coke dealers have friends who've died? do criminals have friends who've passed away? i cant believe you said an ODB tribute track is out of place on any fuckin album!




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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerHouseKickout View Post
    rae is showing love to ODB and you're bitching about that? i don't respect your mustache
    co-sign.

    .pyrex vision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unicron the Agitator View Post
    I don't think it's out of place at all. After Rae was getting that chedda on Canal, he came home, threw on some old soul, grabbed a blunt and a bottle, and started thinking about his boy who got lost in the struggle.

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    I see the reading comprehension is slow around here today so I'll repeat a few things.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luz7533 View Post
    It's a good track.
    Quote Originally Posted by Luz7533 View Post
    I'd rather have the track than not have it.

    I am saying that the song is out of place on the album. When that song comes on, it's not Cuban Linx anymore, its pausing to pay tribute to ODB.

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    I think threadstarter is just mad cause it's better than life changes.

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    Jesus he's back
    And still seems argueing that Raekwon shouldnt of put an ODB tribute on his new album. A new album that was specifically for the fans.


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    maybe if it was the last song?
    The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of men who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse. (Romans 1:18-20)

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