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Swarm 1 Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 21 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Priority Records
  • ASIN: B000009HCL
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)

1. Intro
2. Legacy, The - A.I.G.
3. Concrete Jungle - Sunz Of Man
4. Co-Defendant - Shyheim feat. Hell Raiza
5. S.O.S. - Inspectah Deck feat. Street Life
6. Execute Them - Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Street Life, Mastakilla
7. Bronx War Stories - A.I.G.
8. And Justice For All - Bobby Digital feat Killarmy & Method Man
9. Punishment - Black Nights Of The North Star
10. Bastard - Ruthless Bastards
11. On The Strength - THe Beggaz
12. Cobra Clutch - Ghostface Killah
13. Never Again - Remedy
14. Where Was Heaven - Wu Syndicates
15. '97 Mentality - Cappadonna feat Ghostface Killa
16. Fatal Sting - Black Nights Of The North Star

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Format: Audio CD
wot can i say? RZA is the daddy of making beats!!!!!!!!!!!!
just get it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
seriously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
JUST F****NG GET IT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
I never think this album is Great!
Maybe Those Coverart not so attract me!
I never got interest in Wu Tang Killa Bees and Wu-Chronicles Serial!
But I'm wrong, Dead Wrong!!!
This Album Nearly Better than anything after they release Wu Tang Forever!
Now, People keep yelling Wu is Dead or They will never back to 36 chamber days!
But This album is really dark enoguh,
to let the listner feel like back to their 36 chamber days!
Produce By RZA and few unknown producer, but all of them is in the Old Wu Tang way, so which is very very great!
The Legacy - The first song in this album, a Rapper called A.I.G., he is aight! This one sounds really nice! Not really tension song, you can listen to it easily! 4/5
Concrete Jungle - Oh!!! This song is GREAT! It's Sunz of Man solo song, I never hear this group befo', The Rapper who drop the last verse in this song is sounds 80% like ODB!!!!!!!!
I can't believe it isn't him but I check this song really not featuring ODB, or is Suz of Man is ODB side project??? I don't know! 4.5/5
Co-Defendant - Wow~ Another Nice song in this album! Featuring Shyheim and Hell Raiza, another nice song that you never need to skip! 4/5
S.O.S. - Fianlly, This is the first song in this album featuring Wu Tang Clan Member! Featuring Inspectah Deck Street Life, The Beats is Straightly in 36 chamber way!!! Dark and Creepy, Inspectah sounds nice in here!!! 5/5
Execute Them - Straight Wu Tan Banger!!!!!!
Featuring Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Street Life & Masta killa!!!
The Beats Bring you back to the Old Wu Tang Day, I really miss this Sounds!!! one of the best song in here!!! 5/5
Bronx War Stories - another A.I.G. solo! This one is not the best, but still okay! 3/5
And Justice for All - Yeah!!!
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By Teck9 on July 13 2003
Format: Audio CD
The wu has brought us the great 36 chambers... Now, we can enjoy "the swarn, vol.1" its again another flawless and outshyning release from the masters of raw hip hop and street anthem classics! I personal like every single track but high lights "execute them" , "and justice for all" , "where was heaven" I realy do love that track by wu syndicates!Copy this ish now, son!
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By darko on June 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have listen to alot of music everything from blues to rap to punk and i have to say this is by far one of my all time favorite albums. I spent the entire summer of 99 listing to this in my friends car as we drove around. I love the beats the are amazing and almost every song is brillent. This is by far the best rap album i have ever heard. I compare all my rap music to this album and half of it dosent compare. All i can say is buy this . Buy it and love it cause its impossible not to.
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By Scott on April 9 2003
Format: Audio CD
the artist name "wu-tang killa bees" is misleading. this isn't wu-tang. most of the rappers from the group are missing, and aren't featured on every track. however, there is talent outside of wu-tang. rza still brings the beats, and many of the artists featured are as talented as some clan members...hardly a subpar effort.
rza comes with some of his more original beats with this effort, and it shows. there are some less than stellar efforts (Co-defendent,Cobra Clutch) but there are also outstanding tracks...
track by track rating
legacy - 4 (out of five)
concrete jungle - 4.5 one of the better tracks...one terrible verse brings song rating down
cobra clutch - 3
s.o.s. - 5 Inspectah deck is off the hook on this track
execute them - 4.5 inspectah deck and raekwon the chef come at you...one of the better tracks
bronx war stories - 4
and justice.. - 3.5 Rza and meth cant save this song
punishment - 4
bastard - 4.5 awesome lyrics and an original beat make this my 2nd fav on album
on the strength - 5 grows on you...mellow song
cobra clutch - 3 ghostface is sick as always...but a wack beat
never again 0 4
where was heaven - 3.5
97 mentality - 4.5
overall - 4 stars
a very good cd. if you are a fan of wu-tang...ignore the fact that this isn't the clan and pick up this album. some of the better tracks make it more than worthwhile
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By A Customer on Nov. 28 2002
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply one of the best cds that wu tang has ever produced. I found it hard 2 believe when i saw that the rating of theis masterpeice was a measly 4 stars. This album ranks right up there with the greatest hip-hop cd's ever...along with "36 chambers", "Forever", "The Infamous", "Liquid Swords", Only built.... mop's "To the Death", big l's "Lfestylez ov da Poor and Dangerous" and mega's "The Realness". There isnt 1 filler track on the whole production with tight lyrics and phat beats produced by some of the wu's most underratted talent. Its a shame that quality cds like this arent produced nemore with the shortage of talent and true hip hop skills in the industry 2day (with the exception of Kweli, Dead Prez and Mos def) I beleive this style has been overshadowed by the commercial bull... such as cash money and ja rule, which takes up valuable airtime on our televisions and radios. Where were u the day hip-hop died? Is it 2 early 2 mourn? is it 2 late 2 ride? Theres not much else 2 say except that if u dont have this cd in ur posession, youve never experienced true hip-hop.
peace
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