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Total Comments: 6
Name: K-Dub05 (Posted: 2/5/2004 8:13:00 AM) Summary: Sweet Comment: This song is the reason why I'm gonna buy 36 Chambers. The piano is sweet. Method Man and Raekwon is too sweet on this.
Name: absente (Posted: 12/14/2003 5:43:00 PM) Summary: Real Solid Song Comment: Meth of course comes off and Raekwon sounds alright. I was impressed with Mathematics beat though. That's what brought the whole song together. I'd like to hear another collabo.
Name: Aviatrix (Posted: 11/6/2003 12:28:00 AM) Summary: Good Song Comment: This sh*t's pretty tight, its got a combination of the boyz from the 36 chamberz and the underground sh*t of the underground!
Name: danitekrawla (Posted: 8/4/2003 9:34:00 PM) Summary: Love It Comment: When the Wu is on, IT’S ON! I could listen to tracks like this all day!
Name: Daryl Stoneage (Posted: 8/1/2003 12:52:00 PM) Comment: This track will have your head nodding and bring you back to the "36 Chambers!" A hip-hop song either works or doesn't, while "Respect Mine" is nothing that we haven't heard before it just straight-up works. Mathematics definitely tailored this bouncy piano beat for Method Man and Raekwon to drop what they do best. One word: Niiiiiiice.
Name: msays (Posted: 6/21/2003 2:45:00 PM) Summary: Solid Wu Track Comment: Why can't the Wu put out more sh*t like this? Rae, GZA, and Meth spit over a pretty solid math beat. I like how they flow off each other, although Cappadonna sounds like crap, which brings the rating from a 5 to 4.
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