Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (studio album) by Wu-Tang Clan
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Amzing, I think it's as good as rap gets for me, everybody here has distinct voice and flow and together they deliver highest energy possible on this atmospheric beats, lyrics are full of anger and violence which fits perfectly with samples from martial arts movies.
Mind blowing album. Grimy beats you won't hear anywhere else, some of the greatest rappers of all times, all at their peak and hungriest sharing track after track.
A very important and influential album in the hip hop genre that is also thoroughly enjoyable to listen to. There are a lot of absolute classics on here which are powerhouses of the genre. This is also one of the greatest hip hop ensembles ever put on an album with almost every member going on to do great things in the industry. Overall, this is a must listen album that completely changed the direction of music.
Still sounds incredible. Absolute game changer at the time and unlike anything before it. Best tracks: all of it.
When this record came out, I ignored it because I was stuck in the false dichotomy of “if I like one genre, I can’t like another.”
30 years later, Wu Tang sounds better than the land of flannel.
Has any other rap group successfully blended this many styles and voices? It’s a great way of keeping the sound fresh throughout the full album.
This is a timeless hip hop classic. Wu-Tang Clan did something here that will never be replicated. RZA is truly a genius as are these MCs.
Just getting to hear this in 2020 and immediately loving it. A number of rappers all having their input with lots of old R&B and Soulful sampling. What's not to like
Suena muy muy bien. Gran conjunto de canciones rap
I'm constantly going back and forth between this and "Illmatic" trying to decide which one is the best hip hop album of the 90s. The album I prefer changes from day to day
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