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    42 37.17%
  • banger

    67 59.29%
  • average

    4 3.54%
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Thread: Killa Beez - The Swarm

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    Every track is a banga on this one, execept that remedy track, damn why the fuck did he have to be on this with that jewish bullshit?

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    I like this album a lot! Every fuckin track is a pure banger!!! This album really shows strenght of killa beez!

    I will vote for banger, only cuz I don't find it in a rank with classics like 36 or 4ever!

    P.E.A.C.E.

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    I own this on vinyl and sadly it's in storage,but yo after reading all of the posts here, I want to get it out and play it again...I got some great memories from reading your reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz View Post

    10. Ruthless Bastards - Bastards
    I think this was the original beat for "Ghost Deni" but these cats used it nice. I don't really got alot of Info on these guys, but they all bring it hard. 4/5
    same sample, but this fits it better than ghost deini did.

    I think it's a diana ross sample, DMX sampled the same track (but not the same piano line) on "Stop Being Greedy".

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    Quote Originally Posted by No1CouldBIlla View Post
    Every track is a banga on this one, execept that remedy track, damn why the fuck did he have to be on this with that jewish bullshit?
    WHAT?...thats an ill joint in Remedy's otherwise wack discography.



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    ^^Yeah, wtf?! That's one of the best tracks on the whole album...

    OT: Personal classic. I love every single track and got so many memories about this album...


    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones
    I didn't like it because of the beats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    WHAT?...thats an ill joint in Remedy's otherwise wack discography.
    I just can't stand that jewish bullshit....

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    Ruthless bastards kills it

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    That dude remedy sound like one of the gravediggaz, was Rza dissing Priest on Justice for all??

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    Today is the fifteen year anniversary of this gold certified classic. Overlooked in the flood of dope 1998 albums, still considered by many to be hip hop's last classic year.

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    This is a dope album with some incredible tracks. My fav :
    Co-defendants
    Execute them
    97 mentality
    And justice for all (Meth is crazy !)
    Where was heaven

    Not a classic but the shit is hot like my bitch mouth, raw like my dick and deep like my girlfriend pussy.

  12. #87

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    Classic!!

    Execute them is perfect ( strange flow of masta killa is dope!!!
    Why deck lowed his voice all the middle verse???
    All three mc are fire and the beat too

    Cobra clutch of course ( best track of the album and best track of mathematics catalogue )

    And judtice for all ( classic bobby /killarmy)

    Sos , jungle, legacy,

    93 to 1999 all released wu & affiliates was perfect

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    Wow. This is one of my most listened to albums of all time.. I was spending my Summer of 1998 in Saint Thomas, United States Virgin Islands when this came out..My father had the crazy ill amplifiers in his home over there and this album was my whole Summer over there along with all the other albums that dropped that Summer. I probably played this the most though. Have some real fond memories with this. I remember my father asking me about certain things he heard on the album he did not understand and me trying to explain them to him. I remember him saying the S.O.S. beat sounded like a reggae beat.. Rza at his peak lyrically and beat wise. Wu Tang still having an unbreakable hold on the game. Awesome time for hip hop in general.

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