RZA - RZA AS BOBBY DIGITAL IN STEREO Explicit Lyrics
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Unlike their predecessors, who each released about an album a year, Master P and the Wu-Tang Clan dominated the mid to late 1990s with a hailstorm of discs that saturated the rap marketplace. RZA, the Wu's über-producer, added to the storm with Bobby Digital in Stereo, the soundtrack for a straight-to-video film directed, produced, and written by RZA under the alter ego Bobby Digital. Whether he's able to compete with Master P on the cinematic front remains to be seen, but the project surely confirms RZA's mastery of the production studio and of the hip-hop domain in general. Without sounding too threatening or gangsta, RZA--er, Digital--lays down street-lethal beats and rhythms that resonate with a futuristic cyberpunk theme. And while the songs are fairly free of melody, there are plenty of atmospheric keyboard noises, sound effects, and samples to keep things pumping. --Jon Wiederhorn
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2)B.O.B.B.Y- 5/5- Great way to start out the album. 3 killers verses from Rza. This song gets me mad hyped and you're sure to sing along to the chorus
3)Unspoken Word- 5/5 - Some people may not like this song but this another song that gets me so hyped. It's real gritty and Rza just brings it. "The Wu rag tied around your head like a doo rag/Carry large black guns in small school bags"...ill.
4)Slow Grind African(skit)- N/A
5)Airwaves- 4.5/5 - I love this song. I love the chanting of "Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang" in the background. it's a little short but not that short.
6)Love Jones- 4/5 - Rza's love song only the way Rza can do it. uses metaphors that are actually kinda graphic so it's not your traditional love song. Not one of my favorite songs on the album but it's very good and it's not like i skip it. and plus,if one of your least favorite songs on an album is a 4/5, then that says somethin really good about the album.
7)N.Y.C. Everything- 5/5 - Damn, Rza and Method Man together over a dope ass beat equals greatness. see,this is the Method Man i love, not the one making silly rhymes for the radio dancing around like an idiot with Redman.
8)Mantis- 5/5 - Oh man. This is just some hype sh*t. Rza and Masta Killa rip it. I could have done without Jamie Sommers but Rza and MK make it a 5.
9)Slow Grind French(skit)-N/A
10)Holocaust- 5/5 - Call the medics. This song is frieken killer. Holocaust of the Black Knights starts off the song and just rips it to shreds. Rza,Dr.Doom, and Ghostface Killa all come next with dope ass verses(though I don't think Ghostface's made one lick of sense)
11)Terrorist- 4/5 - Nice little quick cut with the Black Knights. But boo to no Rza. Still good though.Read more ›
I am some who listens to everything hip hop, rock n' roll, classical, etc. I also understand the various codes and messages behind music and have even developed a mathematical system of measuring the level of appeal in them. I have found that rap is expressionistic and rock is impressionistic and should both be treated fairly. It isn't a racial thing by the way, to all you moronic minds. However, no offence to all you Marylin Manson fans, etc., but rap on average is superior because of the advantages of inclusion of various artists in songs with each other, they cooperate for better sounds and improve. Whereas, alternative rock is stagnant, but Pop rock is improving, not at the rate of Rap, but its good, (eg. Sugar Ray, Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, those types).
I'VE BEEN LISTENING TO SIMPLE TUNES, TILL NOW. TRASH EVERYTHING ELSE. WHAT YOU'VE BEEN HEARING IS INCAPABLE OF COMPARISON AND YOUR TASTE, LIKE MINE DOES, SUCKS. UNLESS YOU GET THIS CD, AND DON'T SIMPLY PUT IT NEXT TO YOUR OTHER TRASH CD'S IN YOUR BEDROOM. PUT IT HOWEVER ALONG WITH OTHER WU TANG CLASSICS AND ANY OTHER GREAT RAP ARTISTS WHO ARE COMPARABLE TO WU TANG. BUT NOTHING! IS LIKE THIS....
AT FIRST I WAS SKEPTICAL AND THOUGHT ITS JUST ANOTHER VERY GOOD RAP CD, WHICH IS WHAT I HEARD FROM TWO TEENS, AND MY SUPERVISOR AT WORK.
THIS OUTPUT OF ARTISTIC BRILLIANCE IN ITS PUREST FORM SHOULD BE COMPARED TO MUSICAL GENIUSES LIKE MOZART AND PRINCE. LISTENING TO THIS CD DOESN'T ROT YOUR BRAIN, IT IMPROVES IT.
THE GREATEST MUSICAL EXPERIENCE I'VE EVER HAD, IT WILL TAKE A GENIUS TO TOP THIS.
SPEND ANY 20 DOLLAR BILL ON THIS. After you unwrap and play it, you might prefer you let the cashier keep the change.
Most recent customer reviews
I have listened to this cd over 100 times, and this album just did not meet my expectations. RZA is an incredible emcee, but to me in my opinion, this cd does not rank up with the... Read morePublished on Dec 20 2003 by NaTuRaL
Being a big fan of the Wu-Tang Clan, I like what I heard on the soundtrack to the RZA's "Bobby Digital" movie. "B.O.B.B. Read morePublished on July 13 2002
This album was pretty dissapointing. Some of the beats are very hollow sounding. RZA's lyrics are ill, and there are about six or seven tracks on the album that are classics, as... Read morePublished on June 26 2002 by GibbonsGibbons
The 'Bobby Digital' persona allows presiding Wu-Tang genius RZA have fun with various stereotypes of black (masculine) experience - thug, loverman, gangsta, violent husband,... Read morePublished on Dec 7 2001 by darragh o'donoghue
Finally the RZA drops a CD and it doesnt disappoint. The beats are unreal and the rhymes are sick with contributions from the likes of the ODB and Method Man. Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2001 by D. Dahlbeck
This is seriously the best album I have ever heard. The beats and lyrics are great. Only RZA can do both so well.Published on Aug. 29 2001
this has gotta be one of the hardest and most thought provoking albums from the wu,it's great beacause of the made from scratch layered beats to the knowegable/battle beats,it's a... Read morePublished on July 18 2001 by kim
Hey i gotta say that rza is one of the top 3 producers in the game, and after hearing this you'll know why. The beats are DOPE. However, with that said, unfortunately, mr. Read morePublished on June 28 2001