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Name: DJ Timid (Posted: 11/23/2005 1:32:00 PM) Comment: Considering all those half rate Wu-Tang solo joints that have surfaced over the past 10 years (much respect to the classic Wu solo joints that came out in the past 10 year too, though) it's amazing that it took so long for Muggs and Gza to hook up. Where was Muggs when every cousin of every killer bee had an album dropping with beats that made the first Canibus disc sound like Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band? Everyone knows that Rza is the man when it comes to Wu beats, and that most others who tried after him are just imposters; so it should be no surprise that it took a man like Muggs, whose been the in game as long as Rza, to get the Genius sounding top shelf again. This track makes me hope that there is some hidden gem track in a vault somewhere from back in '94 that featured Cypress Hill and the best of the Wu ripping it together. A man can dream...
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Wu-Tang Clan - 'Wu-Chronicles Chapter II' Producers: 4th Disciple; Blackjack; DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); DJ Spooky; Fatal Son; Gza (of Wu-Tang Clan); Junior; King Tech; Marcus Logan; PC; Q Tip J Period The Abstract Best Vol 1 Q-Tip (of A Tribe Called Quest); Ravi Rason; Rza (of Wu-Tang Clan); The Arabian Knight; True Master Label: Priority Records