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Wu-Tang Clan – 1993 – Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

By Eric | December 23, 2013 1:00 am

Artist: Wu-Tang Clan
Title: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Label: RCA
Released: Nov 9, 1993
Packaging: Jewel Case
Pack-in DVD
Release Type: Standard


#Bring da Ruckus
#Shame on a Nigga
#Clan in da Front
#Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
#Can It Be All So Simple/Intermission
#Mystery of Chessboxin’
#Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F’ Wit
#Method Man
#Protect Ya Neck
#Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber, Pt. 2


Stolen from Amazon:
This debut revolutionized hip-hop (and launched half a dozen solo careers), as much for The RZA’s raw barrage of off-kilter, off-key loops and sound effects as for its elliptically violent lyrics. Martial arts–at least as they appear in kung fu movies–are the Wu-Tang Clan’s favorite metaphor, but they’re also the organizing principle of the group, a crowd of eight rappers, each with his own way-out-there “fighting style.” They created their own little self-contained culture, with its own symbols and shifting identities, and let listeners figure it out for themselves. Unless you’re willing to immerse yourself in its world, it can be baffling and a little dry, but its aggression and originality are undeniable.

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