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Thread: Killarmy "Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars" 20 Years Old Today

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    Quote Originally Posted by molisz View Post





    from "Hip Hop Connection" January 1998


    stolen from unikone over at http://hiphop-thegoldenera.blogspot.com/
    Hmmm that wasnt the kindest interview lol/smh

    Who are the last two in the 2nd pic (2nd last and last) after the mcs? Is it 4th Disciple and or Cloud 9? As I type this question I'm reminded how I've never (knowingly) seen 4th disciple...

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    Yeah I don't know who those 2 cats are on end. I have seen 4th a handful of times in pics or interviews only. Going by the cover of the Razah n 4th album I don't think he is either of those guys. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeAll View Post
    Hmmm that wasnt the kindest interview lol/smh

    Who are the last two in the 2nd pic (2nd last )
    Colossus..rza's & 9th's bro

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    leave it to the press to interview an act and then turn it into a character assassination lol

    at least they interviewed Islord so it's all good

    the joke is on HHC though cuz the whole Killarmy discography is CLASSIC.

    I bet if HHC interviewed KP they'd be on his dick with a background piece on airborne pyramid sightings to accompany their interview
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    97 and 98 were beautiful years.
    N.I.


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    Killamry's first three albums could rival wu's, but that double CD wont be beat.

    If only 4th and Killarmy had an opportunity to make a double CD.
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    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
    "Who's the wickedest, street officialist, Guess, Gortex
    Lex is the crispiest, ice the vidiculous
    Peep and look, the unexplainable'll keep ya shook
    High illism, the realism got you hooked"
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    Learned some new things from this interview.

    4th Disciple says he mostly used the Roland W-30 on Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. He also used what sounds like the Kurzweil K2000.

    He later moved to an MPC and now it seems like his setup is mostly on the computer. He uses Pro-tools now and has a pair of Numarks controllers.

    He says he's from Stubbeville, OH and Beretta 9 and Shogun are from Ohio. He met Rza through a 5% Nation study group. Rza had family around the way. 4th Disciple says he met Rza when he was about 14, in '88 or '89. And Rza really wasn't mentoring him on the music.

    Seems It Never Fails was actually one of the first joints they recorded.

    Dom Pachino and Killa Sin weren't even initial members.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sense-A View Post
    Learned some new things from this interview.

    4th Disciple says he mostly used the Roland W-30 on Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. He also used what sounds like the Kurzweil K2000.

    He later moved to an MPC and now it seems like his setup is mostly on the computer. He uses Pro-tools now and has a pair of Numarks controllers.

    He says he's from Stubbeville, OH and Beretta 9 and Shogun are from Ohio. He met Rza through a 5% Nation study group. Rza had family around the way. 4th Disciple says he met Rza when he was about 14, in '88 or '89. And Rza really wasn't mentoring him on the music.

    Seems It Never Fails was actually one of the first joints they recorded.

    Dom Pachino and Killa Sin weren't even initial members.

    Thanks!

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    Yeah, that interviewer was a condescending prick. Obviously somebody that only listens to hip hop when he has to review an album or interview the artist.

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    We really need Killarmy back again.
    Quote Originally Posted by soul controller View Post
    i remember random shit i dont need to know lol
    "Who's the wickedest, street officialist, Guess, Gortex
    Lex is the crispiest, ice the vidiculous
    Peep and look, the unexplainable'll keep ya shook
    High illism, the realism got you hooked"
    AZ - Doe or Die (Rza Remix)

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    Seems like yesterday walking into Tower Records in London buying this on CD for like £18.99 then staying up til the early hours playing it over and over again. Classic!

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