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Digital Bullet (Explicit Versi [Explicit Lyrics]

Rza As Bobby Digital Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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1. Show U Love
2. Can't Loose
3. Glocko Pop
4. Must Be Bobby
5. Brooklyn Babies
6. Domestic Violence Pt. 2
7. Do U
8. Fools
9. La Rhumba
10. Black Widow Pt. 2
11. Shady
12. Break Bread
13. Bong Bong
14. Throw Your Flag Up
15. Be A Man
16. Righteous Way
17. Build Strong
18. Sickness

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Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA's sophomore solo project comes with Kobe Bryant-high expectations. Unfortunately, there's much here to suggest that the RZA's beat-making skills need to be RZA-rected. The largely sample-based vocal loops employed on "Can't Loose" and spontaneous tempo changes on "Brooklyn Babies" hint at the full brilliance once illustrated by one of hip-hop's most avant-garde producers. Similarly, "Must Be Bobby" boasts some of the off-kilter keyboard sounds that have become a trademark of his productions. However, long gone are the experimental beats and rhymes first heard on Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Instead, one is left with confusing tracks in which barely decipherable rapid-fire rhymes about bedding women and shooting guns are strung together. "Black Widow Pt.2" is another one of those mediocre and offensive songs where lyrical loose cannon Ol' Dirty Bastard utters juvenile profanities. While "Show You Love" is a timely ode to the full range of Wu diehards, Bobby Digital's sexcapade rhymes square off one too many times against his 5%-Nation-of-Islam musings. Doesn't one style completely undermine the other? Well, "Build Strong" kind of sums up why RZA's once-dominant career is spiraling downwards when he raps that he's "physically enslaved by the luxuries of this world / So I behave like a man inside the grave, who's life is lost." --Dalton Higgins

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5.0 out of 5 stars Bobby Digital is my hero! Nov. 11 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This cd is the bomb-B! Rza tears it up on this album!
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1.0 out of 5 stars I want my four dollars back Sept. 9 2003
Format:Audio CD
Unlistenable. I bought this cd for four dollars used and I want to return it. The only reason why I keep it is because I love the Wu and I put "La Rhumba" the only good track (and it's a great track) on mixes for people. Sometimes I hear a bad album by a Wu member and I think "oh well, I guess they tried." But other times I buy digital bullet and I think "where is a bucket?" Buy The W. Buy Supreme Clientele. Jesus, buy Beneath the Surface if your desperate. Just don't buy this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hardcore Rza in full throttle!!!!!! Jan. 12 2003
Format:Audio CD
Mr.Diggs snapped with the release of this sh%t. Somewhere along the line inbetween "In Streeo" and this, Rza became more versatile than I ever imagined. With all the tight loops and breaks as his first, and newer styles that this cat makes up himself. I think he used an MP7 for this record. Bringing a never before heard sound to the Wu familia. He's my favorite and always will be. A great producer/music writer/rapper.
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4.0 out of 5 stars As good as the first July 13 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Out of all the Wu-Tang members, we should know by now that RZA is one of the most creative one in the collective group. Maybe because that's why he created his Bobby Digital alter-ego to mix underground hip-hop with a little bit of comic book pimpology and street science.
"Show U Love" is the track that starts off this album. This track rocks with the same crafted beats from Ghostface's "We Made It". Things get different with the Wu-Tang all star collabo of "Glocko Pop". It has a western-like sound and RZA, Meth, Masta Killa & Streetlife bring it with their tightest verses to date.
The main track that will catch your attention is "Must Be Bobby" as it has some tight production by Mathematics and RZA's verses really pierce like bullets on this track. The album also brings it with another element : sequels, two in fact. RZA goes from visting the dysfunctional "Domestic Violence pt. 2" (this time with a little help from Goodie Mob's Big Gipp) to letting ODB go solo on the deranged "Black Widow pt. 2".
Showing how he can keep things moving, RZA shows us the best from The Wu-Tang Killa Bees like "Do U" where GZA & Prodical Son come with some ill verses to how Meth, Killa Sin and Beretta 9 come correct on the salsa-flavored " La Rhumba" to how RZA gets down with the Black Knights on "Throw Your Flag Up"and weeps through the slow-tempo sounds of "Build Strong".
Okay, I have to admit while this album has it's strong side by having some tight Wu-Bangers, it's not enough to resurrect Shaolin's Finest but it does do a good job. It keeps the Wu's voices alive and it gives you hope that they will return strong.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Damn! June 26 2002
Format:Audio CD
RZA came back nice with this one. I was hesitant to buy this CD, because I really wasn't a big fan of the first Bobby album, but this one blows the first one away! From the beats (peep Show U Love), to the rhymes ("Ice cold 40 ounce take it down with one guzzle), this one is a triumph! Dope.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't Care!! March 31 2002
Format:Audio CD
I Don't care what anyone says this CD is Tight it's got a mix of that MCing, Wu Style, Sword Swingin, Beats, Even makes Big Gipp Sound Ill. They both ripped in Domestic Vilence pt2. Play tah on my 12's it's Banging, Another Good Solid Album from RZA. Prepare to be Digitized!! du du du du du!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Digital Line Droppers Jan. 28 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is brain zapping music here.Change on chrome plated discuses. The RZA is a powerful musician on the same level alongside Muddy Waters and Dexter Gordon. The cuts to check for here are Domestic Violence 2 joint and Shady. Buy the CD which has 2 bonus cuts which I've never heard ever in DC.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Soggy like old toast Dec 5 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
A weak effort from someone who can do (and has done) a whole lot better. The misogyny alone is nauseating. There are a few good cuts on the disk, but not enough to warrant buying it.
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