Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (album) by Wu-Tang Clan

Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) by Wu-Tang Clan
Year: 1993
Overall rank: 120th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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Award Top 5 albums of 1993 (3rd)
Award Top 50 albums of the 1990s (25th)
Award Top 200 albums of all time (120th)
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95/100
From 03/01/2020 21:28
Highlights:

Shame On A Nigga
C. R. E. A. M.
Da Mystery Of Chessboxin'
Method Man
Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
Protect Ya Neck
Bring Da Ruckus
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit
Clan In Da Front
Tearz
Can It Be All So Simple
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100/100
From 08/25/2019 15:04
Whoever "corrected" this album's tracklist has made a mistake and is using a discogs page that is also incorrect as proof. The tracklist from before was correct and this should be put back as soon as possible. Anyways this album is one of the best of the 90s and of all time simply through the amount of different personality and energy every MC brings to the table and how there are so many awesome quotables. The beats are impressive as well in their minimalist but not understated ways, that make you bob your head through every track and allow to still keep the listener focus on what's important, the amazing rapping. A true gem in hip hop that's for sure, and an untouchable classic.
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90/100
From 06/29/2019 23:04
Best hip hop album of the 90's.
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From 02/11/2019 21:23
Wu-Tang Clan is my favorite hip-hop crew. The crew is composed of the best rappers in the universe: RZA "The Scientist", GZA "The Genius", Ol 'Dirty Bastard "The Specialist", Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, U-God, Masta Killa and the great , the god of hip-hop: Ghosteface Killah. "Enter The Wu-Tang" is one of the hottest album I have ever heard. It's never heard, brothel! The world of rap It is fucked in a hardcore gangbang by 9 members of Wu-Tang. The atmosphere is sticky, roomy and dark. The productions of RZA are excellent, mixed and sampled to perfection, the beats are serious and marshy. This album is the greatest classic of modern hip-hop and RZA and its accolythes are the greatest god of rap and music in general...

10/10

Best track: "C.R.E.A.M"
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From 01/19/2019 22:47
The record that made me love hip hop. This album is like concrete : dirty & hard.
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95/100
From 10/10/2018 13:17
Only the Clan could do this. Disclaimer: I am a big fan of East Coast beats. This masterpiece of an album doesn't need anything like that to prove that it's spiffin. You go from very real feeling, simple tracks from Can It Be So Simple to full on characterful, up in your face of Bring Da Ruckus and Shame on a Nigga. It takes you through the life and times of people exploring their world, their history and making relationships with each other. Each member is distinct and talented. Amazing sampling, great instrumentals, with variety from simple beats to complicated nuanced verse delivery, this album packs a serious punch. PS: Method Man is actually one of my faves, apart from C.R.E.A.M. ofc
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From 05/25/2018 08:59
More of a muse than an album, and one that paints a detailed, dark and deepening picture of life in inner-city New York. There isn't a single weak track on Enter The Wu-Tang, and the consistency of both it's theming and the music itself easily make it one of the all time greatest concept albums.

The production delivers this rough-and-ready yet home grown feel to every song, with an almost minimalist approach to using samples and beats. The result though is that it ends up with a subtle power that is dexterous enough to delivers proper bangers like Bring Da Ruckus and Method Man, as well as stunning, almost philosophical tracks like the legendary C.R.E.A.M.

The aggressive coolness and awesome samples make this one of the quintessential hardcore hip hop records, and undoubtedly one of the strongest, most consistent and most rewarding records the genre has ever produced. Incredibly strong from start to finish and packed to the brim with its firm, dark perspective of New York, it's an absolute essential for any record collection.
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85/100
From 04/17/2018 01:29
Hasn't really aged well, but that's to be expected with a hip-hop record from 1993. Regardless, really fun album introducing the most iconic hip-hop group of all time.
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From 01/29/2018 22:02
Wu-tang hits you a roundhouse of hip-hop, but the beats don't always keep up with the clan.
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From 12/30/2017 04:51
That was awesome! Wu-Tang Clan surely ain't nothin' to fuck wit!
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