Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (album) by Wu-Tang Clan
In total, there are 7 music albums by Wu-Tang Clan which appear in the greatest album charts and Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is ranked as the best.
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Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) track list
|1.||Shaolin Sword: Bring Da Ruckus||84/100 (32 votes)|
|2.||Shaolin Sword: Shame On A Nigga||83/100 (34 votes)|
|3.||Shaolin Sword: Clan In Da Front||83/100 (31 votes)|
|4.||Shaolin Sword: Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber||82/100 (32 votes)|
|5.||Shaolin Sword: Can It Be All So Simple||82/100 (33 votes)|
|6.||Shaolin Sword: Protect Ya Neck||82/100 (42 votes)|
|7.||Wu-Tang Sword: Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'||84/100 (38 votes)|
|8.||Wu-Tang Sword: Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit||83/100 (47 votes)|
|9.||Wu-Tang Sword: C. R. E. A. M.||85/100 (57 votes)|
|10.||Wu-Tang Sword: Method Man||84/100 (41 votes)|
|11.||Wu-Tang Sword: Tearz||82/100 (32 votes)|
|12.||Wu-Tang Sword: Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II||82/100 (27 votes)|
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Incredible. Some of the most haunting beats ever recorded.
Some of the hottest shit of all time. I didn't realize there was a different track listing for the vinyl release. This was one of those records that was on continuous repeat for a while after I first listened to it.
I kept on forgetting to rate and review this amazing record. I'm surprised this has anything less than an 80/100
Bias against hip hop is the only reason why this has a 79/100.
This album is cold. RZA's best production, gritty soul for the kids on the corner. And whilst the MC's may not be the most technically able, they all come through with a different personality. Timeless.
Waste of time :(
Bring da Ruckus is one of the most attention grabbing opening tracks I've ever heard!
In my eyes, the most quintessential hip hop album ever created. Hilarious, dark, twisted and entertaining.
Remember what Dirty said - I'll fuck your ass up!
Wow where to start... First of all this album is a classic. The Wu-Tang Clan never gave a fuck what anyone thought about them. That's one reason why they were so ahead of their time. The album is extremely raw. It sounds like it was recorded in a back alley somewhere. I would put this album in the top 10 hip hop records of all time. Classic!
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