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    The highs on this one are really high. That Greatness track...sheesh...Trife annihilated that beat. Ghost's verses are likely older but to echo someone else he definitely sounds rejuvenated. A few missed opportunities imo and I wouldn't consider this a future classic after 2 listens but this is a VERY good album. Props to Remedy for making it happen

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    Remedy did a superb job here. Delivers on all counts imo. My favourite part of the album is the middle section, from track 6 onwards. The first third all solid beats.
    Greatness had me grinning ear to ear...
    That excellence continues with The Receipe and Art Basel... All fire 🔥.
    Guest features are spot-on. Missing Rae, but not complaining.
    Killah Priest solo is dope, but seems out of place somewhat on this album.
    It makes me wonder if this album evolved out of the 'Return of the Swarm' project that Remedy was apparently helming. In a similar way that Math vs Meth became Saga Continues.

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    Damn this is flames!! Listening right know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrandir View Post
    Killah Priest solo is dope, but seems out of place somewhat on this album.
    I love the Priest joint! I was thinking of it like B.I.B.L.E 2021...solo track on another artist's album...the track gives me similar vibes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Incandenza View Post
    Dope album. I think there's a lot of replay value here, can't see myself tiring from the album soon.
    how many days until u get tired? 9 days ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEITEDMOFO View Post
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    This album is really good! Beats are great and everyone comes correct on the mic. Even Cappa sounds dope on here.. That RZA verse was crazy dope too

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    Wow the album its a lot better than expected

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    Given this a couple of spins and I dig it. Solid release.
    Check out my new track, 'Alone', featuring my girlfriend on vocals.

    https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/BdXvV

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    Who Produced The recipe?

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    Ya'll like this shit? $100 dollar sounding beats...The bar has dropped low in here. I think ya'll more excited about the Wu features more than anything else. Ya'll overhyping this.
    Only a few years ago Hip Hop purists may have felt superior listening to hard core while their less enlightened companions snacked on commercial rap. As Shaolin research began to point out the overwhelming benefits of raw production, true hip hop enthusiasts started turning back to traditional styles. Wu-Tang in particular, has been shown to myriad beneficial effects, from warding off ignorance and poverty to reducing the risk of incarceration and death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz View Post
    Ya'll like this shit? $100 dollar sounding beats...The bar has dropped low in here. I think ya'll more excited about the Wu features more than anything else. Ya'll overhyping this.
    You not feeling any of these tracks? Would be curious what Wu releases in the last few years (if any) you did line

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    From the clan? The Saga Continues, The Pillage 2, The first 2 Czarface albums, The Wild, a couple singles in between. Killa Beez? PWoWR, War Poetry 1, a couple of singles here and there..

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    As far as this album goes, there's some decent cuts on here but y'all definitely overhyping it. But I get it, when's the last time you seen a tracklist like this from the Wu camp. It gives you that smile you had from back in the 90's when everyone would be on each others projects whether Clan or Killa Bee. Some of the beats could be better though.
    Only a few years ago Hip Hop purists may have felt superior listening to hard core while their less enlightened companions snacked on commercial rap. As Shaolin research began to point out the overwhelming benefits of raw production, true hip hop enthusiasts started turning back to traditional styles. Wu-Tang in particular, has been shown to myriad beneficial effects, from warding off ignorance and poverty to reducing the risk of incarceration and death.

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