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Souls Of Mischief: There Is Only Now

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Limited cassette version of the Adrian Younge and Souls of Mischief collaboration album There Is Only Now.

The sixth album from legendary hip-hop group Souls of Mischief, There Is Only Now, is a unique cinematic 90s crime tale of love, loss, and revenge. A conceptual collaboration with producer Adrian Younge and the first release on his freshly launched Linear Labs Records label. This ambitious full-length offering will be available in July.

There Is Only Now sees the Souls of Mischief crew members trading bars with a cast of hip-hop and soul luminaries. Souls of Mischief and Adrian Younge have created a hip-hop album like no other. The result of a special moment for all involved, There Is Only Now proves that after two decades in the rap game hip-hop's Fab Four remains committed to the expansion of their legacy as hip-hop innovators and pioneers.

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1. K-Now Intro
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge
2. Time Stopped
Producer: Adrian Younge
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3. Womack's Lament
featuring Busta Rhymes
Producer: Adrian Younge
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4. Panic Struck
Producer: Adrian Younge
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5. K-Now Interlude 1
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge
6. Another Part Of You
featuring William Hart (of The Delfonics)
Producer: Adrian Younge
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7. All You Got Is Your Word
Producer: Adrian Younge
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8. There Is Only Now
featuring Snoop Dogg
Producer: Adrian Younge
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9. Meeting Of The Minds
Producer: Adrian Younge
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10. K-Now Interlude 2
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge
11. Miriam Got A Mickey
Producer: Adrian Younge
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12. Stone Cold
featuring Scarub (of Living Legends)
Producer: Adrian Younge
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13. The Synopsis
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge
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14. Ghetto Superhero
Producer: Adrian Younge
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15. K-Now Reprise
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge
16. Narrow Escape
Producer: Adrian Younge
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17. Finally Back
Producer: Adrian Younge
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18. The Last Act
Producer: Adrian Younge
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19. K-Now Outro
featuring Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest)
Producer: Adrian Younge


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Total Comments: 56
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2014 5:29:00 PM; Partial IP: 164.79.118)
Location: Ontario,Can.
Comment: It's a double CD, you have the choice of not listening to it!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 9/20/2014 10:11:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: Charlotte, NC
Comment: They topped Montezuma's Revenge on this one. This is their best work since '93 til.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 9/9/2014 11:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.206.179)
Location: l.a. , ca
Comment: Wanna know how production is dope? Buy the f*ckin instrumental version! This sh*t is almost better than the regular LP. I only say "almost" because I'd never disrespect SOM like that. However, I highly recommend you invest on ANY Adrian Younge instrumentals.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/31/2014 6:53:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: Peace Ahki(s) to Hiero/All Tribes Zulu Nation SF Chapter. peep Soul Sector Crew representin in the "There is Only Now" video. LOVE, PEACE, UNITY, and havin FUN.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/31/2014 3:46:00 PM; Partial IP: 29.109.125)
Location: PLYMOUTH, UK
Comment: Souls have done it again for me. The production here has a nice original raw feel due to the live instrumentation and the beats are dope too. Even Snoop's contribution was dope too. Mind you I don't like him as an artist as he has wasted his talent over the years IMO, but that's life I guess. In addition the Souls MCs Tajai, Opio, A-plus and Phesto are all on point as usual. Finally to the dude below me I'm Bedford born and bred too but I was unfortunate not to meet many B-Boys like yourself.
Name: (Posted: 8/31/2014 7:58:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.147.115)
Location: Bedford, England
Comment: I'm loving these beats - very refreshing and original while Souls of Mischief are on point. MODERN DAY CLASSIC.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/29/2014 9:23:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: Ya Sister's Shower
Comment: Eh, yeah this is definitely solid. But, the production isn't THAT great. Like I said it's solid, but it's nothing really special. Far from wack obviously, but I was hoping this would be better.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/26/2014 2:03:00 AM; Partial IP: 160.30.131)
Location: norfolk, va
Comment: I agree with blackwood beats but still if you listen to the LP a few times it's still a banger, extra laid back too. Even snoops flow is hot for a change. Big up Souls Of Mischief and the instrumental LP is off the chain as well.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/24/2014 4:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 50.137.210)
Location: Sydney, Australia
Comment: So much detail. The way the beat switches according to the story line... I like!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/23/2014 2:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 237.189.70)
Location: Enrich
Comment: This is a modern classic. It's a very nice concept album with organic music and traditional mic work.
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/22/2014 5:38:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: ADL
Comment: Souls are honestly dope! A. Younge has done an amazing job with Ghostface. This LP had too much of the same sound, every track almost had the same feel, same drums, same chords, not as good as a Younge and Ghostface.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 8/17/2014 5:06:00 PM; Partial IP: 29.147.115)
Location: Bedford, England
Comment: I don't know much about Adrian Younge. I got the Ghostface 12" "Reasons Do Die", which I thought was dope but the production on this project is just as good.
Name: (Posted: 7/31/2014 11:10:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.115.107)
Location: PLYMOUTH, UK
Comment: I agree with the comment below as a 1LP press with 19 trks = pretty sh*t quality vinyl. However there is a small chance that this hopefully is a UGHH error. Anyway I'm glad Opio finally listened to fans like myself after the release of the last CD Souls toured Europe and I met him at the Plymouth gig in 2009. I asked why the Montezuma project was not released on vinyl he told me that it was not worthwhile to press vinyl any more. Therefore, nice to see a change of heart. Also, love the new single and video and still reminiscing over the classic 93 til infinity which was released when I was 20 years of age. Purchased two vinyl copies from back in the day and the 2nd copy came through the mail the day after my father died of cancer so this release will always stay close to me. Finally it's sweet to see Scarub my favorite Living Legends member holding it down with Souls, and am really looking forward to another Souls banger!
Name: (Posted: 7/30/2014 6:00:00 AM; Partial IP: .61.159.64)
Location: -
Comment: I'm just glad this not only didn't get a 2LP pressing but they compressed an entire album onto only 1LP. But not only that make it a surface noise filled, gimmicky, POS, picture disc to add insult to injury. Then stuff it into a cheap plastic bag that will split open on all sides during delivery. Why do people still even press entire albums onto 1LP now days? And why would anyone make a picture disc? At lest it will resemble the look of vinyl kind of while enjoying the sound quality of a cassette. There is a reason why nearly every picture disc that gets released typically goes down in value in the future and not up.
Name: (Posted: 7/14/2014 5:49:00 PM; Partial IP: .112.39.50)
Location: Nyc eberyteen !!
Comment: Utter most classic RL Polo displays in this video!! Sh*t!
Name: (Posted: 7/12/2014 2:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 94.209.228)
Location: Berns
Comment: F*ck Soul Temple! They still owe me some records… f*ck you!! Love to Adrian Younge. One of the illest producers!
Name: (Posted: 6/26/2014 12:16:00 AM; Partial IP: 85.179.254)
Location: Killa Cali
Comment: I was 16 when 93 til came out. The good ol days. 20 years later SOM still killin it.
Name: (Posted: 6/24/2014 7:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 51.178.111)
Location: Ontario,Can
Comment: I can't wait for this release, to me SOM first album is in my top twenty of all time, it's good that Adrian Younge's helming this project... btw I was 22 in 93.
Name: (Posted: 6/10/2014 1:30:00 PM; Partial IP: 45.107.100)
Location: Green Bay
Comment: I have heard snippets of all of the tracks on this album. It sounds amazing. Definitely similar to something out on the 1992-1993 era of hip-hop but in a modern way. However, the release date has been bumped up to August 19th now. Damn.
Name: (Posted: 5/17/2014 12:44:00 PM; Partial IP: 20.127.246)
Location: The Box
Comment: I was 16 years old in 1993 and a huge fan and supporter of Souls and a ton of other great Hip Hop that was around back then. I'm glad to see that these guys are still around and still putting out quality music. I wish I could say the same for Rza, but I'll end the Rza bashing here being that it is no longer relevant to this topic now that Soul Temple is out of the picture. I agree that these younger Hip Hop fans generally have a lack of respect for the old school which is a shame. However, times change and the way music is consumed has changed. Everything is available instantly at the touch of a button, and though this does have its advantages, it also makes it easier for people to consume music and throw it right back up instead of having the proper time to digest it. Back in the day kids used to have to hustle cutting lawns or delivering papers to get that hot new tape or record at the local shop. I remember digging for change in couches to scrounge up enough to run out and grab the newest shit. I'd keep maybe two or three tapes with me usually to bump on my walkman and I learned every nook and cranny of a ton of Hip Hop classics because I would bump them over and over again because I didn't have access to thousands of songs on an iPod. Also, I worked and hustled to get the cash for those tapes so if I wasn't feeling something on first listen I would spin it a few more times, and very often those were the albums that became my favorites. I can get nostalgic about these things, and I can also be a grumpy old Hip Hop fan who just doesn't get what these young kids are into nowadays, but at the same time I feel sort of bad for these youngsters who don't really have the opportunity to fall head over heels for albums or understand the importance of the classics. I also feel that sampling opened up my ears to a lot of other music genres that I otherwise would never have been exposed to. Sampling had me digging for older music that paved the way for Hip Hop. Today Hip Hop is less sample based and relies more on cheesy synth melodies and contemporary pop hooks. Much of it is disposable, but there's still great things coming out of the genre. There's just a lot more to dig through to get the gold. Anyway, music changes, tastes change, and we all get old and die. Older and younger generations rarely get each other. Long live Souls and Adrian Younge. I hope this is as great as it sounds.
Name: (Posted: 5/10/2014 6:25:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: It still is a Adrian Younge Presentation and has nothing to do with the business of the previous or current label, creativity of an artform and business are two different things. The business shouldn’t get in the way of how music is being distributed, bought, consumed, or shared to supporters and listeners. This produced product should be what Real Hip Hop supporters are looking for in terms of sound and lyrical aesthetics. Bottom line business should never compromise the quality of music(artform) to maintain its integrity.
Name: (Posted: 5/10/2014 5:50:00 PM; Partial IP: 20.127.246)
Location: The Box
Comment: I will definitely purchase this album now that it is no longer being released by Soul Temple. I'm a fan of all the artists involved and it sounds like a great concept. I'm glad they wised up and got away from that shady record label. Souls Of Mischief still create interesting and relevant music. Good deal.
Name: (Posted: 4/27/2014 2:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 231.47.161)
Location: Phoenix
Comment: Yo R.A.D.+H.E.R.=H.E.A.R.D. I was 15 when 93' Til Infinity dropped so I feel like you & me on the same page. These young buhls today don't know sh*t about hip hop culture or hip hop history, and what's even worse is they don't care.
Name: (Posted: 4/27/2014 2:42:00 AM; Partial IP: 231.47.161)
Location: Phoenix
Comment: So glad this isn't coming out on Soul Temple Records. Also, to rate this album 1 star just because you're still waiting for it to drop is wack.
Name: (Posted: 4/26/2014 11:58:00 PM; Partial IP: 02.132.144)
Location: KALi
Comment: I dare everyone to reveal their age, where you were in 93. I was 14 watching Home Turf a local Bay Area show on KRON television broadcast station in downtown San Jose. they were just barely signed to Jive Records when they were featured on this show (got it on VHS). even Peanut Butter Wolf and Charizma before Stones Throw at the time they were signed to Hollywood Basics even Showcased on Home Turf and so did FM2O(Invisible Scratch Picklez). well looking back to 93 I think Hiero or even just Souls could have been extended family to the Native Tongues just like the Pharcyde and the proof is on the cover of Midnight Mauraders Album(1993 peep the faces on the cover) and they might have even opened for ATCQ when then toured in the 90's. these days would it mean anything to young "Rap" fans nowadays who dont find 90's Boom Bap "HIP HOP"-RAP Music to be significant(History) in one ear out the other. even the city of Oakland even made an official Hiero Day (the 2nd of September annually) that is recognized highly in the Bay Area were a block on the street was blocked off with a stage and food vendors and so forth organize for this celebration. always will be a fan since 93 and the cassette in my walkman always on play out of my 25 26 maybe 27 years of serious listening and support for "GOOD" HIP HOP Music. I still dont find interest in rappers who arnt Emcees and I still dont find interest in rappers who are detached from the 4 elements of HIP HOP(the foundation and Revolutionary Movement)
Name: (Posted: 4/25/2014 12:33:00 AM; Partial IP: 171.123.21)
Location: Avenues
Comment: To all the idiots rating this thing you should stop, the shit isn't even out yet and the way it's going may never be out. Rate music on content and nothing else for crying out loud. We should be able to trust these ratings at least a little bit so let's keep this website true and quit rating this until it drops
Name: (Posted: 4/18/2014 12:45:00 PM; Partial IP: .192.16.60)
Location: Worcester
Comment: No more Soul Temple? Lol wonder why?
Name: (Posted: 3/19/2014 1:56:00 PM; Partial IP: .94.112.40)
Location: Montreal
Comment: WTF, I've been wainting for that album since November he was in pre order ?????? Wtf they waiting for
Name: (Posted: 3/7/2014 2:42:00 AM; Partial IP: .20.65.232)
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Comment: @Sarah Mcglocken Study History to understand how foolish, indoctrinated, and institutionalized you are: so you don't have to waste your time hating for the sake of hating.
Name: (Posted: 3/4/2014 7:44:00 PM; Partial IP: .189.36.40)
Location: The Box
Comment: To Keep It Real, please, let's keep it real. This album hasn't even dropped yet, and you've already rated it five stars. They're probably delaying its release because nobody wants to shell out any hard earned cash to Soul Temple Music.
Name: (Posted: 3/3/2014 11:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 25.193.114)
Location: City of Hip-Hop
Comment: Anyone who gives this item less than 5 stars is either a lover of sh*tty rap in the likes of 50 Cent & Lil Wayne or a lover of Pop music. Souls of Mischief & the Hiero Crew are as real as it gets. Straight up hip-hop without any of the filler. This album is going to be the best thing to happen to hip-hop since albums that dropped in 1993. Don't sleep true heads.
Name: (Posted: 2/3/2014 10:23:00 PM; Partial IP: 89.209.146)
Location: NJ
Comment: So is this actually releasing feb 14th or it's getting pushed back again? No single or press or anything recently
Name: (Posted: 1/31/2014 1:50:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.148.166)
Location: Earth
Comment: hello. I've been listening to hiero since mistadobilina years. These guys could never fall off, they always get better year after year. they got mad talent and have their own lane. that should be respected. the fact they go for an external producer again is a bit of a shame cuz opio has dope beats. I dont know crap about this soul temple label. maybe you're right.
Name: (Posted: 1/28/2014 11:12:00 AM; Partial IP: .57.243.43)
Location: Your mum
Comment: Your Inferior you are not well man!!
Name: (Posted: 1/27/2014 9:46:00 PM; Partial IP: 46.139.145)
Location: Ottawa
Comment: Sarah Mcglocken ? yeah fucking right. Who cares if it only sold 5,000 units ? what you mean it sold that amount on this website ? get off yourself buddy. If, you can't feel that album you should just stop listening to Hip Hop, it wasn't the craziest thing ever but your kidding yourself if you can't hear quality music. Bronchitis dawg..... just what everyone one needs to hear, some fucking preacher about "real Hip Hop". when does anyone in 2014 talk about "real" Hip Hop. Hip Hop just is Hip Hop you dumb dummy. Accusing people of listening to Lil Wayne. that's fans of "underground" Hip hop do huh. shhhut the fuck up please
Name: (Posted: 1/24/2014 12:27:00 PM; Partial IP: .57.243.43)
Location: O.G
Comment: Big Bad Barrio18 you are a flog! Wu forever wasnt great.... You obviously know nothing about real hiphop, keep your stupid comments to yourself and go listen to some more lil Wayne! This new souls album should be dope...
Name: (Posted: 1/22/2014 12:38:00 AM; Partial IP: 48.112.171)
Location: Hell
Comment: Wow..I'm really surprised these dudes are still rapping..their last effort the kitchen sold like 5,000 units..they should stick to making clothes and leave the rap game to yeezus who can break boundaries and influence the world with his music...these guys can only influence 200 white teenage boys at their shows..can't wait till it drops so I can 1 star this
Name: (Posted: 1/21/2014 8:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 122.26.200)
Location: The Box
Comment: Oh hell no, Pete. Problem not solved until every single person who was wronged by this joke of a business is righted. Soul Temple owes me nothing. But I refuse to support a label that has screwed over countless faithful music fans. Why would anybody out there be willing to support a label like this? Why would anybody continue recording for a label that operates this way? Damn shame. People don't know how to stick up for what's right anymore. And fuck you for referring to us as "whining beatches".
Name: (Posted: 1/16/2014 8:43:00 PM; Partial IP: 193.20.200)
Location: Under
Comment: Steal it you whining beatches. And buy some merch from Souls to make it up. Prollem solved.
Name: (Posted: 1/13/2014 5:34:00 PM; Partial IP: .231.89.21)
Location: ebina , kanagawa .Jp
Comment: 'hiero for life yall'
Name: (Posted: 1/5/2014 3:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .112.42.77)
Location: Orbit City
Comment: Soul Temple Entertainment... YOU'REEE FIRED!!!!!
Name: (Posted: 12/26/2013 6:12:00 PM; Partial IP: 112.37.101)
Location: parts unknown
Comment: ALAS! My mission will involve acquiring & bringing a pack of wild Samoan rebels/ countless employees from the Jade Garden/ the fry cooks from the Lotus Garden/ & the MASSES from the Teyyaki Buffet to INVADE the Soul Temple Entertainment building. Fair warning.. MANY will die, but we are coming out with a piece if RZA's left ear & Tajai will be called Targai (like Target) about 1 million times until he turns white inside out & dies of a heart attack!!!
Name: (Posted: 12/15/2013 3:23:00 AM; Partial IP: .61.159.64)
Location: -
Comment: When Soul Temple Music changes their name to Wu Music Group just remember they are the EXACT! same people who stole money from 100's of people under Soul Temple.
Name: (Posted: 11/18/2013 10:39:00 PM; Partial IP: 68.136.216)
Location: 18th Street
Comment: Bearclaw, I agree with you 100%, man. The WU haven't dropped any good music since the "Wu-Forever" album. Even "Wu-Forever" wasn't that great but would have been much better as a single disc album. Nowadays, the RZA is incapable of making a dope beat.
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2013 2:42:00 PM; Partial IP: 122.26.200)
Location: The Box
Comment: "not quality Hip Hop behavior"!?! Ha! That's hilarious. Not really sure what it means, but it's funny. Yes, I do have a specific agenda. Do some research. BOYCOTT SOUL TEMPLE MUSIC! BOYCOTT ANY ARTIST THAT CHOOSES TO ASSOCIATE THEMSELVES WITH SOUL TEMPLE MUSIC! We ain't taking this shit no more. You want to know what really isn't "quality Hip Hop behavior"? The Rza's company ripping off thousands of fans while he's sitting in his Yoga classes and talking all of that hippie nonsense. U-God on Twitter clowning his fans who have been ripped off by Soul Temple Music. That is definitely not "quality Hip Hop behavior". Do a quick Google search if you don't know what I'm talking about. Nobody should be supporting this joke of a record label. If you want this album, STEAL IT! The new Wu Tang album is set to be released by Soul Temple soon also. Who cares? Did anybody listen to 8 Diagrams? That shit sucked. They haven't made a good album together since Wu Tang Forever. There's a few decent tracks here and there, but album wise, it's been pretty uninspired junk. The last one was a total piece of shit and waste of time and money. The Wu is officially dead, and The Rza is the one who hammered that final nail into the coffin. Fuck these wack ass jokers.
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2013 11:18:00 AM; Partial IP: 24.108.189)
Location: NC
Comment: Ur logic is flawed homie, it's not just one person, it's people all over the globe gettin robbed by sh*t temple, there's even a facebook page if you don't believe me, google it 'Boycott Soul Temple Music Facebook'. If Souls decides to do business with these crooks, that's on them.
Name: (Posted: 11/8/2013 11:00:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: The Bay
Comment: I don't really understand the person that's going on about Soul Temple Records. U-God said that he's not happy with how they handled his record, but he didn't say he's done working with them. He didn't say people should boycott the label. The person going on about Soul Temple is obviously someone in particular with a specific agenda, and they should keep their politics to themselves and stop tryin' to keep Souls of Mischief from makin' money. That's some wack ish, and is definitely not quality Hip-Hop behavior. Buying this album isn't just about Soul Temple. It's also about Souls of Mischief.
Name: (Posted: 10/26/2013 2:49:00 PM; Partial IP: 59.242.229)
Location: no
Comment: Delayed. Will come out February 18, 2014 now.
Name: (Posted: 10/24/2013 6:03:00 PM; Partial IP: 212.149.62)
Location: Los Angeles
Comment: Come on Souls please give us a Classic album. Or is this just a greatest hits album?
Name: (Posted: 10/23/2013 10:29:00 PM; Partial IP: 122.26.200)
Location: The Box
Comment: To ChillMang, the problem is that if you purchase this release Soul Temple will still be getting your money. This is a principles issue. Anybody who is a fan of Hip Hop or music in general should take a stance and BOYCOTT ALL SOUL TEMPLE RELEASES. Nobody should let these fools get away with ripping off their fans. Have you seen U-God's comment on how Soul Temple is handling their business? Truly a slap in the face to all Wu fans out there. I do not condone stealing music off the internet, but this is one release I will not feel guilty about. We need to beat these thieves at their own game. Fuck 'em.
Name: (Posted: 10/23/2013 5:02:00 PM; Partial IP: 00.225.206)
Location: Relaxed Zone 2
Comment: To the dude below me...just order it off THIS SITE. UGHH isn't going to sell this album if they don't actually have it, so if you order it from this site you can be sure UGHH will mail the product to you. Just don't order it straight from Soul Temple. Problem solved.
Name: (Posted: 10/19/2013 12:30:00 AM; Partial IP: 122.26.200)
Location: Some dead philosopher's nuts
Comment: DO NOT BUY ANYTHING ON THE SOUL TEMPLE LABLE! I don't care how good the artists are, they steal money from their fans and laugh about it. I'm a fan of all the artists associated with this project, but they can kiss my ass for being involved with such a shady label. They damn well should know better. As much as everybody would like to believe that the Soul Temple fiasco is all that piece of shit Bob Perry's fault, everybody should realize that RZA is just as responsible. It is his label after all. I look at RZA's Facebook page and read all his corny philosophical bullshit posts. Anybody can google quotes from authors or philosophers. Check this out, "Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular."-Aristotle Yeah, that was rough work. Took me about fifteen seconds to google that and cut and paste it here. Sounds like some bullshit Rza would post. Hell, he probably has. I'm sure he just has some unpaid intern doing it for him anyway while he sits around counting all the money he has stolen from his loyal fans. I have absolutely zero respect for these crooks. They don't even owe me anything. I actually ended up getting my product the day before my Paypal account would have been refunded. Regardless, there are hundreds, maybe thousands, who have waited well over a year to receive product that many have spent over a hundred bucks on. That's unacceptable. The Wu has hardcore fans around the globe. And RZA could give a shit about any of them. Fuck anybody involved with RZA or Soul Temple. If RZA's soul is so fucking pure then he should be taking care of the people that put food on his table. Fuck all that hippie tree hugging bullshit he spews. He hasn't produced a good project in a long time either. He has lost his edge, he has lost his mind, and he is losing his fan base. Sorry Souls Of Mischief, but Soul Temple is a little too mischievous. I'll be stealing this album.
Name: (Posted: 9/30/2013 7:36:00 PM; Partial IP: 57.119.160)
Location: Ontario,Can.
Comment: If Adrian Younges on this,it has to be good.
Name: (Posted: 9/28/2013 2:00:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.130.252)
Location: Infierno, Az
Comment: This is exactly what I love. Soul Temple caters to grown folks. It seems the industry forgot grown people like hip hop too.
Name: (Posted: 9/28/2013 1:28:00 AM; Partial IP: .89.61.200)
Location: flint,michigan
Comment: must have
Name: (Posted: 9/28/2013 1:28:00 AM; Partial IP: .61.159.64)
Location: -
Comment: Fuck Soul Temple Music. I won't be supporting this just because their name is on it.
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