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Immobilarity Explicit Lyrics


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 16 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: SBME
  • ASIN: B000034D0D
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,891 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro (Skit)
2. Yae Yo
3. Casablanca
4. 100 Rounds
5. Real Life
6. Power
7. Skit No.1
8. All I Got Is You Pt.II
9. Jury
10. F**k Them
11. Skit No.2
12. Live From New York
13. My Favorite Dred
14. Friday
15. The Table
16. Sneakers
17. Raw
18. Pop S**t
19. Heart To Heart
20. Forecast
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Raekwon ~ Immobilarity

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Format: Audio CD
If you like WU or just Rae this album is the shi...I love it even more that noone seems to really like it except real heads..This is Real Hip Hop..Theres like one or two tracks that are just ok but the rest are bangers..I like it as much as CUBAN LINX..This stays steady in my cd player and Im extremely picky.. It still plays like the first time I heard it just about..WU BANGER..GET IT..DONT BELIVE THE NEGATIVITY BY THESE POPSTAR WISHING FANS who cant see real rap...CHECK MY OTHER REVIEWS FOR MORE CLASSICS
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This is all right its not corny this still Raekwon a.k.a. the chef he just went commerical on this album this not like cubian linx when he broungh cubian linx out the wu dominated the rap game i still like raekwon he is the best wu member but this was commical and he did not even had Ghostface on this one I'm not saying have Ghostface on ever song he at leased soud of have Ghost on one song this all right but he messed up on this this like a nastraddamus for Nas.
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rae displays excellent story telling abilitys but the beats arent there the only nice beat is done by pete rock who is a production legend and laces a nice track but bacically the rest of the album just didn't cut it for me production wise if he had production we could have seen another classic
9 of 10 lyrics 4.5 of 10 beats
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By P. Mcmahon on March 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
lyrics are dope as usual for Raekwon the dopest stroyteller next to Slick Rick this cd has one big name producers Pete Rock on a shoe track worth the money for die hard Wu and Rae fans
9.5 of 10 lyrics 4.5 of 10 beats
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
give this a 4.5 stars April 7 2000
By "clansman" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i'm tired of people complaining that this one is not cuban linx, but you should know that there's no other cuban linx. that album can't be recreated. then, most people forget that cuban linx is an album by raekwon and not the rza. RZA composed some of the best beats hip hop will ever see for the album, but the main work is done by raekwon. who wrote the lyrics? who rhymed on the beats? if it wasn't for raekwon, there would be no cuban linx
then, people ask why there's no rza on this album. rza is the one producer that can't be replaced, but he can;t do everything. there are some other excellent good producers and beat makers. it worked with deck's album, and i think it worked with this one too. people have a tendency to not listen to wu songs that dont say "produced by the rza". the lyrics and rhymes on this one are blazing, raekwon style. raekwon is the same. he hasn't changed for the worse. so people, you buy the albums for rza or raekwon?
i listen to the album all the time, and people criticize the wu too much cause the dont live up to the original albums, but dont forget that those cds are unique and cant be replaced. any album with the "WU-TANG" seal of quality is guaranteed to be better than 95 percent of the stuff you see on the shelves
if you really noe the wu you will get this one, because the production is accurate and complete, the lyrics are masterfully laid over the tracks and its the raekwon we all know. not for commercial people who look for beats like dmx or cashmoney
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Stop comparing this to cuban links Sept. 24 2004
By waverace - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
first thing youll hear most people say bout this album when they talk about it is that.. "ohh its not as good as cuban links" thats just garbage. The album has nothing to do with cuban links and shouldnt be compared to it. On immobilariy raes flow is noticeably improved from cuban links and his lyrics are sharper also. He makes a big leap.. one of the biggest improvements a rapper has ever made from album to album is what rae did on this one compared to his old style. You can tell that hes been workin on his craft.. this album is filled with alot of storytelling tracks done over mob type beats. The subject matter on this cd doesnt change that often, i think he has about 3 or 4 songs that are of a different subject matter than the rest. Also the beats on this are knockin.. if you like those mob "gangster" type beats then you should like the production on this album.. All in all a good effort by rae.. it does have its flaws though in alot of skipable tracks.. not every song on this album is top notch.. but its still a nice album to listen to.. and if your a big raekwon fan like i am you would most likely like this album
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Not comparing Nov. 30 1999
By Fax - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Looking at all the other reviews here they fall straight into two categories: people who uncritically love everything about the Wu and praise them in three-sentences, and people who complain how the new records dont live up to the old. I myself fall closer to the second camp. Comparing this album to Cuban L leaves me knowing it is garbage. BUT: when I compare Nastradamus to Illmatic I feel much much worse. Raekwon doesn't have the beats on this that made Cuban Linx the top of the top, but his lyrics still stand ... and the production isn't as bad as it could be (read: Genius, ODB, except a few tracks. At least this one's got some consistency. Feels like an album not a series of random tracks). I give it 4 stars cause I like it well enough compared to the rest of whats out there recently ... but up next to CL it would limp away with two.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
The Chef Cooks Another Hot Plate Feb. 29 2000
By Purple Gem - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album was not Cuban links but thats not what I was searching for. Rae gave another taste for the ear to absorb. Any real street kid got the messages of this album and peeped the jewels with all respect to another Wu classic. Rae proved a great chef does not cook the same old plate all the time. He adds new ingredients and makes a different taste. Although its not as tasty as the 1st album its still hot enough to scorch the tongue of any real cat understanding the music of street science. Respect to the god. I'm looking forward to the next album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not CL, But What Could Be? July 28 2000
By Joe Bernstein - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Don't buy Immobilarity expecting Cuban Linx pt. 2, because this album cannot be placed on the immortal hip-hop pantheon on which that album, along with Illmatic, Ready to Die, and 36 Chambers reside. What to expect however, is dramatic growth on the part of Rae, one of the most compelling and talented rappers of all time; even when separated from his Wu-Tang production. The first third of the album has shades of Cuban Linx- but the progression of the album into something far more conscious and analytical than its predescesscor in its latter stages is remarkable- and doesn't always work. This album is not the visceral experience that CL was, partly because the absence of RZA is a glaring loss. The beats are not weak by any strech of the imagination, but they do not even approach Cuban Linx. Another dissapointing aspect in Immobiliarity is Ghostface Killah- that is, the lack of him. Maybe not as a talented lyricist as Rae, he is the most emotive of the Clan and was a valuable extra sword on CL, where he appeared on almost every track. Despite the absence of RZA and Ghost on this album, Immobilarity shines as Rae documents his progression from the mobster-poet in CL into something of a nostalgic family man.


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