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amano



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good lookin out bruh.
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 3:57 pm
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td3



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damn!!

9 pages for this shit?? ahha

td3
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 4:26 pm
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The Thing



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it got this long on the strength of the wu
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 4:38 pm
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amano



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this post made me pull out Liquid Swords.

4th Chamber's gotta be one of my all time fave joints.

haha this thread is gettin ridiculous!!
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 6:17 pm
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The Thing



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while your at it put it on ironman and pump track 7 if i remember...

WINTER WARZ BABY

yes this shit is raw comin at ya door, start to scream out loud wu tang back for more...

the best verse cappadonna ever crafted , thats for sure
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 6:30 pm
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Dee



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Liquid Swords ... by far my favorite wu joint.


I Gotcha Back, Swordsman, Investigative Reports...ahhhh so tight.
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 9:11 pm
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Soul Khansenses



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While a song is certainly better with the beat, the greatest lyricists today can keep you listening on an acapella, in my opinion. I think I could just listen to Sage sans music, just as I could Sankofa, Pharoahe, J-Live, and hell, even Camu Tao.

That isn't to say that I'd ever want to discard hip hop's beats. That'd be a fool ass thing to do.
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 9:49 pm
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futuristxen



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damn I slept on this thread too long--If I had known it was a WU thread I would have been in this a lot sooner.

DjDee I agree about Bulletproof Wallets--that album is getting slept on by too many.

I actually like Cuban Linx as my Wu-weapon of choice. But that's not saying anything against Liquid Swords.

But this post is gonna make me pull out both of them.

And don't worry about missing Iron Flag. It's alright. But it's nothing really that special.

I want to add though, of all of the members...Inspektah Deck is the best live, in my opinion.
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 10:28 pm
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amano



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hell yeah, Deck is one of my faves in the Wu. His verse in "Above the Clouds" by Gang Starr is some of the hottest I've heard.

not to mention that beat, damn that beat, I'm sayin, it's HOT! haha

that's definitely one of my all time fave tracks period.
Post Fri Oct 11, 2002 11:53 pm
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The Thing



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wu tang forever and a day betta
Post Sat Oct 12, 2002 1:29 am
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August Spies



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"While a song is certainly better with the beat, the greatest lyricists today can keep you listening on an acapella, in my opinion. I think I could just listen to Sage sans music, just as I could Sankofa, Pharoahe, J-Live, and hell, even Camu Tao.

That isn't to say that I'd ever want to discard hip hop's beats. That'd be a fool ass thing to do."

exactly, im not claiming beats don't add anything to hip hop. But lyrics can still be good by themselves.
Post Sun Oct 13, 2002 1:17 pm
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