Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
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Based on 4 reviews
1993 Ratings: #6 / 367
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Based on 957 ratings
1993 Ratings: #1
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November 9, 1993 / Release Date
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WhatTheFunk
100
How the rap world got gang-banged by 9 fucked-up Shaolin monks.

That's how it starts.
Three buddies. Three geeks.

Soul-fed, 70's Soul who sweats under her arms and snogs you every time you meet her in the street.
That sensual music that looks you straight in the eye and grabs you by the balls with a naughty smile. These rhythms winding along your leg, slowly coming up and tickling your crotch.
This warm, free Soul, who, by dint of fucking everyone, has found a bad boy. Fallen on this virile ... read more
BradTasteMusic
100
There is no other album that debuts talent quite as intensely as this does. After hearing this, as soon as I heard a feature from any of the classic Wu Tang members on any modern day track, I would lose my shit.

One of the best hip hop albums of all time
Atrocityblubber
98
One of the most defining rap albums of the 90s...

I never felt so much energy on a rap album until I've heard this. With so much personality and rememberable verses. Like i don't think I can get RZAs verse on tearz. Or GZAs verse(s) on clan in da front. And ofc ODBs verse on Da mystery of cheeseboxin. And also the production on here is fantastic I gotta say RZA outdid himself here. Espically on songs like C.R.E.A.M and also the second version of Wu tang: 7th chamber.

While this album has ... read more
thebibleparttwo
80
This album creates a wicked atmosphere, but that atmosphere rarely fits any of my regular moods apart from CREAM. Great for it’s time, I just think now it can be done much better. Regardless, the skill some of these members brought here is undoubtedly amazing
KIDWITHGUNs
89
AMAZING!

METHOD MAN:

"Basically Method Man is like
Roll that shit, light that shit, smoke it

And then Baby U, he a psychopathic
He a psychopathic thinker

And and, then we got, then we got the Ol' Dirty Bastard
'Cause there ain't no father to his style
That's why he the Ol' Dirty Bastard

Ghostface Killah, you know what I'm sayin'?
He on some "now you see me, now you don't"

Know what I'm sayin'? And and, the RZA
He the sharpest motherfucka in the whole Clan
He always on ... read more
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Track List

  1. Bring Da Ruckus 
  2. Shame On A Nigga 
  3. Clan In Da Front 
  4. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber 
  5. Can It Be All So Simple/Intermission 
  6. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin' 
  7. Wu-Tang Clan Aint Nuthing Ta F' Wit 
  8. C.R.E.A.M. 
  9. Method Man 
  10. Protect Ya Neck 
  11. Tearz 
  12. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II (Conclusion)
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