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Old 01-16-2014, 07:00 PM   #46
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This album lyric wise is just amazing every track rae's rapping like someone got a gun to his head in the booth, only problem is they should have put the gun to his head and made him pick better beats.

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Old 01-16-2014, 08:43 PM   #47
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I remember when it first dropped yo. As usual I copped it first day, and like a lot of people have said, noticed first what it lacked. Wu production, A lot of Wu features (Although Masta Killa & Method Man appear), etc. At that time, compared the previous Wu releases, this was unusual. However, and even back then though, after listening to it fully, I realized that regardless of the heavy Wu production and everything, it's still a dope album overall yo. As most people have said, the lyrics are "Razorsharp." And I disagree that the production is completely weak. Although having six producers doesn't employ the "One producer, whole album method" (Which a lot of albums don't, although I think it's the best formula), it still does manage to have some consistency and flow to it. Rae didn't go completely overboard with twenty producers for twenty tracks, which is in my opinion, although "Only Built For Cuban Linx Part 2" is ill, what hurts that album yo. Plus, it doesn't have that mixtape feel in which emcees announce the producers names on each and every track (Which I think is wack, especially for an album). The bottom line is that "Yae Yo," "Casablanca," "100 Rounds," "Real Life," "Jury" and "Live From NY" are "Supreme!" Also "My Favorite Dred," "Friday," "The Table" and "Sneakers."

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Old 01-27-2014, 11:20 PM   #48
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Had this album in whip since this thread started and like I said it sounds like an album made for now instead of when it first dropped. Other than 8D it might be the most unappreciated.
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Old 01-29-2014, 06:32 AM   #49
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Copped this album when it first came out,, and like most people here i was looking for that Wu-Element production.. And I was soooo disappointed, but being a fan of Raekwon
I still found bangers on the album.
Yae Yo Casablanca
100 Rounds Fuck Them
Live From New York My Favorite Dred
Friday The table
Sneakers Jury..

At the time, all we wanted was Wu-Production...still do..
but these guys don't listen to fans
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