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  • masterpiece

    27 26.47%
  • superior

    35 34.31%
  • banger

    18 17.65%
  • solid

    16 15.69%
  • decent

    5 4.90%
  • average

    1 0.98%
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Thread: Masta Killa - No Said Date(4 years later, how do you like it now?)

  1. #151

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    1 : Born Chamber (Intro) - 5/5 - classic

    2 : Grab the Mic - 5/5 - classic

    3 : No Said Date - 4.5/5 - superior

    4 : Last Drink - 4.5/5 - superior

    5 : Love Spell - 3.5/5 - dope

    6 : The Future (Interlude) - 3.5/5 - dope

    7 : D.T.D. - 4.5/5 - superior

    8 : Whatever - 4/5 - slammin' - definite satisfaction

    9 : Secret Rivals - 5/5 - classic

    10 : Skit - 5/5 - classic

    11 : Digi Warfare - 5/5 - classic

    12 : Old Man - 3.5/5 - dope

    13 : Queen - 5/5 - classic

    14 : School - 5/5 - classic

    15 : Silverbacks - 5/5 - classic

    16 : Masta Killa - 4.5/5 - superior

    overall: 4.5/5 - superior

  2. #152

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    I was really happy for MK that he got some shine for this. It got some great reviews - I remember one was sort of 'If Wu delivered another classic right now would anyone notice - well they just have' and I thought yeah he really deserves some credit and limelight. I went solid though as it wasn't as good as I hoped and I think is over-rated

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    you guys have strange taste. how can ya'll say that the song no said date was one of the weaker song on the album??? thats a crazy statement. that song next to 'school' is the best joint on the album by far. rza killed it with that beat!!!

  4. #154

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    these reviews that go

    5/5
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    crack me up. its like that episode of the simpsons where homers a restaurant critic and hes like "this gets my lowest rating ever: seven thumbs up"

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Hills 36 View Post
    I was really happy for MK that he got some shine for this. It got some great reviews - I remember one was sort of 'If Wu delivered another classic right now would anyone notice - well they just have' and I thought yeah he really deserves some credit and limelight. I went solid though as it wasn't as good as I hoped and I think is over-rated

    Too appreciate MK verse on school you have to have went to High School in Brooklyn. His verse is really potent. Erasmus Hall all day.

    Dope LP, too bad Made in Brooklyn was garbage. Who was the A&R on that one?


    Oh, where is U-God on this LP?

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    Listening to NSD 8 years later I have to say its a certified wu-classic

  7. #157

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    I think this album has aged well. It has alot of replay value for me something many post millenium Wu albums don't. I consider this a personal classic, I appreciate some will dissagree on this album. It just had that cohesive feel I like in albums, MK was great on this. I do think his slow flow puts many off though. All the guest dropped great verses and the beats were top notch. Loads of classic tracks that end up in alot of my playlists. The title track, grab the mic, digi warfare and my favourite the last track Masta Killa. I remember posting in the past about the track Masta Killa, wondering whether he was dissing Eminem.

  8. #158

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaydigi View Post
    Too appreciate MK verse on school you have to have went to High School in Brooklyn. His verse is really potent. Erasmus Hall all day.

    Dope LP, too bad Made in Brooklyn was garbage. Who was the A&R on that one?


    Oh, where is U-God on this LP?
    If I recall correctly, I believe the A and R for that project was Dev 1 and U god was on Digi Warfare. Do not sneeze or else you might miss him.
    Last edited by David Daniel Davis; 06-02-2019 at 01:41 PM.

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    its weird to think this album is that old now damn. still a banga though


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    best wu album to ride with the window open to
    Judging Saints and Angels.

  11. #161

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    This dropped fifteen years ago today. Still gets a lot of play from me, Masta Killa really captured lightning in a bottle with this one.

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    damn 15 years ago. It's weird to think how long Wu-Tang has been relevant. I remember before this album came out it seemed like the twilight years of Wu-Tang's career and that we might never see an MK solo. And yet here we are


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    Yeah. I actually have No Said Date on repeat in my boom box as I am typing this

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