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N**** Please Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 14 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Elektra Entertain.
  • ASIN: B00000K3GK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,246 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Recognize
2. I Can't Wait
3. Cold Blooded
4. Got Your Money
5. Rollin' Wit You
6. Gettin' High
7. You Don't Want To F**k With Me
8. N***a Please
9. Dirt Dog
10. I Want P***y
11. Good Morning Heartache
12. All In Together Now
13. Bonus Track 1

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By A Customer on July 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
Nigga please is one of the worst WU-affiliated releases ever,it sounds as weak as any other formulaic popchart hiphop release."Oh but it's so funny", yeah whatever, if you look past his senseless looning and raving (how funny is that after 9 songs), you're left with a very mediocre release suitable only for people who haven't a clue what proper hiphop is all about.
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By A Customer on May 14 2004
Format: Audio CD
this is ridiculously good. it shows ODB on his own and proves just how insane his music can be. it's mad funny but even beyond that it's DOPE
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ODB has crafted the finest rap album ever committed to any audio format. [one of the songs] features ODB at his best: angry, loud, explicit, and hilarious. Songs like "Recognize" and "[You Don't Want to]" feature at LEAST three laugh-out-loud moments each. I don't know about the rest of the world, but I love it when ODB abruptly ends one of his garbled rants on some random tangent by screaming an obscenity. This ranks in my books as one of the top 5 rap albums of all time. My favourite moment? When ODB yells: "It's rowdy outside - I ain't signin' ****!"
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By deus ex mecca on Jan. 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
i don't mean to crack on my man o.d.b., but this album was flat out stale. i loved o.d.b. from the moment i heard him on wu's "protect ya neck." he was ILL, and right then and there i said to myself i have to buy his solos. guess what, this one does not reflect the full potential of the [dirty man]. this album is too bizarre to be loved, or maybe it's just me. if you're into like extremely weird stuff that might not even make sense, pick it up. it's not a bad album actually, it just doesn't make any sense. o.d.b. does keep you entertained with his crazy voice which is what i love about this man. his voice is INSANE. his tone is PSYCHOTIC. a lot to love on this album, but the negatives of it crowd out the good...(shout out to my boy Javid...heh heh i said crowd out). it also feels incomplete and rushed like he needed crack money or something. but anyways, this album is ok. pick it up if you must, but i suggest getting "return to 36 chambers: the dirty version."
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Format: Audio CD
Really this record reminded me of some of Beefhearts more brilliant efforts. It is brilliant, bizarre and always original. ODB staked out his claim as the mad scientist of hip hop with this album.
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Format: Audio CD
One of the most funniest, nihilistic, and raw albums ever recorded. Why can't this man get some Grammys?
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Format: Audio CD
This album is the s***, everyone who whined about how disappointing it is (or, even worse, about how disappointing the masterpiece "Return to the 36 Chambers" was) are simply wrong. To even compare this to any other Wu albums (besides "Enter the 36 Chambers") is wrong, ODB is in his own league from the other Wu-Tang members (notice how Wu's record sales have fallen since ODB's imprisonment). Claiming that ODB put this out just for money is wrong too (for an example of this type of album, see ODB's recent "Trials and Tribulations of Russell Jones" or his greatest hits album). The beats on this album are hot, ODB's lyrics and vocal style belong in the same league with the classic rap vocalists. When Ol' Dirty yells, "I get the cocaine, it cleans out my sinuses," you know you've reached the pinnacle of hip-hop.
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Format: Audio CD
Ol' Dirty Bastard's sophomore effort is the natural progression from his formulaic debut. While most of "Enter the 36 Chambers Dirty Version" stuck to the eery Wu piano loop and dabbled in their vast Chinese influenced street mythology, "Nigga Please" is completely separated stylistically and lyrically from the shaolin crew's other work. Instead of solely employing the Wu in-house-producer RZA for the beats, ODB branches out, most noticeably on the Neptunes track "Recognize." Any rapper who features Chris Rock on their album has a lot of balls, and that describes ODB pretty well. The album has no allegiances, just Dirty spitting about his love of sex, substance abuse, and paranoid musings. The man isn't embarassed to bear his twisted soul. On "Dirt Dog," Bastard admits, "I live in my momma's house!" He doesn't just admit, he brags about it. ODB is fiercely independent, and like Method Man said on "Enter the 36 Chambers," "There is no father to his style." The man covers Rick James on "Cold Blooded" to an incredibly comic effect, and sounds like a doped up Barry White on "Good Morning Heartache." Rather than fold to the genre-typical light-hearted party track, the album's club banger "Got Your Money" finds a hysterically insane pimped out ODB yelling at Kelis for some of that hoein' cash. Although this is the funniest, and one of the most creative hip-hop albums of recent years, it's hard to give this 5 stars, because a classic, in my opinion, is an album that contains tracks for the wide spectrum of hip-hop audiences from the heads to the shorties to the O.G.'s to the ladies. For many this album will simply be too much to stomach. If you appreciate originality in music and humor too, this is the album for you. The Wu Tang Clan really does have an amazing sense of humor in the form of this ghetto comedian. Makes an excellent addition to your collection, pick it up.
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