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The Sting (Explicit Version) Explicit Lyrics


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 12 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: KOCH Records
  • ASIN: B00005Y1TZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #105,494 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Killa Beez
3. Out Think Me Now
4. Bar Mitzvah
5. Doe Rae Wu
6. Bluntz, Martinez, Girlz, & Gunz
7. Dancing With Wolves
8. Spend Money
9. Take Up Space
10. Rollin
See all 17 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Odyssey
2. Thirsty (Skit)
3. Digi-Electronics
4. Billy
5. Rza Beat
6. La Rhumba (Re-Mix)

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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By Ricardo Merino on Feb. 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
the first wu album i ever got i was searching through the cd section and i saw it enter the 36 chambers. i got my attention so i took it home and i was amazed at how good this was i thought this is real hip hop. so the sting i dont know what happened if they need better artist or just rza wasnt in his right mind but man i was suprised. the beats in some of the songs are really good but some songs like bar mitzva and rhumba really kill the album. i mean not only the lyrics but the beats are horrible. though there are really good songs on this album like thirsty, killa beez, out think me now, and dancing with wolves but i think that these west coast wu members need some practice with their lyrics someone should tell the wu members that they should show these guys a thing or two.
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This is a double CD, the 2nd one has only 6 "bonus tracks" and the first has 17 tracks. "The Sting" is a fantastic album, it's not like original Wu-Tang with raw underground beats, rather RZA delivers more of a refined Bobby Digital feel to this album. The artists on "The Sting" are mostly West Cost Killa Bees which not many people are familiar with. RZA experiments a fair amount, but his beats are, as usual, creative and awsome. The only bad song is "La Rhumba" (remix) which is wack. If you like Bobby Digital, or cool rap beats get this album. If you're more of a "36 Chambers"/pre "Wu-Tang forever" person this might not satisfy you.
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By Ahmed Chronwell on March 25 2002
Format: Audio CD
Wu Tang Clan is number one. No one else shows a united front to create uncompromising East Coast hiphop with creativity but them. There are plenty of talented rhymers on this Wu-family compilation with Solomon's Child, Shyheim and Lord Superb ( from Ghost's two classic albums) being the standouts. RZA provides most of the music but 4th Disciple and Doc Doom also contribute bomb beats. For some fans of Iron Flag, this CD's production may be a little more synthesized and California-flavored but the swords are still sharp and with joints like "Outthink me now" and "KB Ridin'", the Killa Bees are stinging haters. BZZZZ!
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Since the mid 90's up until about 2 years ago, I bought every Wu Tang, & Wu related album I could get my hands on, and I was never disapointed. Then they go and release this compilation full of cheesy gangsta beats and half wit MC's, even the vets came with their worst rhymes. I was so disgusted with this CD, I quit buying Wu s**t all together. Wu Tang Clan have completely run out of steam, Rebel INS, and RZA's new joints is proof of that. I really don't like to hate on cats like this, I wish they still had that fire from 36 chambers and Liquid Swords, but sadly its definitley gone now.
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By A Customer on March 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
Classic Rza Album and BEATS. Wu got back to there old style on IRON FlAG and Rza has continued here. Grimey Raw Rza BEAT after Rza BEAT. Just like "The Swarm" LP was bangin,"The Sting" continues with hot tracks and appears now to be da start of a classic series in whicH da Rza IS gonna put a lot of effort into. The Sting is raw and bangin. The BLACK KNIGHTs and Streetlife is hot to death. I Heard them first on this mix tape, and they keep with da killa rhymes behind bangin grimey Rza beats all over this album as all da artists DO here. CLASSIC RZA ALBUM,and a must buy for your wu collection.
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By Dy~Rekt on May 2 2002
Format: Audio CD
As you can tell, the Wu seemz to be losing some tha traits that made them what they are. But this Cd shows that tha WU Family is stepping up. We're looking at a new generation of Wu. I personally think that one of the best is Warcloud.You most likley remeber him from RZAs silkworm. Transforming from a lyrical Holocaust to a free verse warcloud was a big step but i think he iz still raw. But back on tha subject. Tha wu fam made this cd az good az it iz. I give it a 4
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I wouldnt exactly call this classic Rza. And I would have given it 2 1/2 stars but I gave it 2 so I could knock down the high rating it has. Dont get me wrong, some of the tracks are real good but about 1/4 are so-so and another 1/4 are kinda whack but not totally whack. If your die hard wu tang then check it out cuz there are definatly some good tracks. But it dosent deserve 4-5 stars in my book when it compared to other albums
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Format: Audio CD
As always they give the best of what I think is the worlds great rap group. The ablum is excelent yet toned down I think. Wu tang loud or not are still the best excelent lyrics excelent rythem as usual.
Go and buy the CD every dollar you put in come back to you!!!
Enjoy!!! Peace!!!
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