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  • Audio CD (Dec 18 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: eOne Music
  • ASIN: B0001ZMXEA
  • Other Editions: DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,447 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Born Chamber (Intro)
2. Grab the Microphone (produced by Brock)
3. No Said Date (produced by RZA)
4. Last Drink (produced by Mathematics)
5. Love Spell (produced by Dave West)
6. The Future (a skit) performed by Shamel, Kareem and Jamel (produced by Hakim Shabazz)
7. D.T.D featuring Raekwon & Ghostface (produced by Mathematics)
8. Whatever featuring Streetlife & Prodigal Sunn (produced by Mathematics)
9. Secret Rivals featuring Killah Priest & Method Man (produced by True Master)
10. Skit
11. Digi Warfare (produced by Choco) additional vocals by RZA & U-God
12. Old Man featuring Ol Dirty Bastard & RZA (produced by RZA)
13. Queen (produced by True Master)
14. School featuring RZA (produced by RZA)
15. Silverbacks featuring Inspectah Deck & GZA (produced by True Master)
16. Masta Killa (produced by Baby Dooks)

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This 60+ minute DVD showcases Masta Killa performing some of the gems from the album of the same name along with many of his unforgettable classics as a member of the Wu-tang Clan. Also featured are Ghostface, RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and DJ Mathe

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First off, not only is this album the best Wu joint to recently hit the streets, its also the best hiphop album to come out this year. Many undermine Masta Killa's skill for unforseen reason. Maybe it's because he only had a single verse on the 36 chambers LP. Maybe its because he was the only Wu member who didn't drop a solo album in ten years. Or maybe it's because cats is jealous that he got more lyrics than ninety-ninety percent of the rappers in the game today.
Wordplay, beats, and concepts are unrivaled on this album. Masta Killa is more commonly recognized for verses with gritty tones and a hood mentality, but on No Said Date he successfully demonstrates variety which helps diversify this classic LP. From the laid back "Grab the Mic" to the hypnotic "Digi Warfare" and the grand finale "Masta Killa" the album delivers classic cuts that will be stored forever in the vault with other wu classics. Recognize that Masta Killa holds his weight with ease and that the guest appearances from the entire Wu-Tang Clan aren't there to save this album but to compliment it.
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After 11 years since the classic "36 Chambers" dropped the Wu-Tang has seen of dozens of releases. They've got the classics of course from their early days, but the last 5 or so years has seen many horrible Wu Tang albums.
But No Said Date is by no means bad. It's one the best Wu-Tang albums in a long time. Mainly because it actually sounds like the Wu-Tang. Masta Killa really takes it back to 36 Chambers with this album.
Masta chose to stay in-house for production on this cd and it shows. The beats are crazy and every single one is of top-notch quality done by The Rza, 4th Disciple, True Master, and Allah Mathematics.
Masta also chose to stay in-house for his guest appearances, featuring all of the Wu-Tang. And I have to say that there isn't one weak guest on this album. Raekwon, Ghostface, Gza, Inspektah Deck, they all rip it up on the album. Especially Gza and Deck on the track "Silverbacks".
So if you're lookin for a good hip-hop album, or if you're a fan of the Wu-Tang. Ya gotta pick this cd up. Plus I haven't even mentioned the cool and Free dvd that comes with the album. Its got tons of cool footage and audio from Masta and the rest of the Clan. So get get this. NOW!
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I won't lie to you guys. This is by no means "Liquid Swords," but it is still an incredible album. Everyone knows RZA, GZA, Ghostface, ODB, and all of them, but Masta Killa is not someone you'd necessarily recognize on the Wu-Tang albums as being a real driving force that could also hold his own on a solo album. But he does manage. And what makes it even more amazing, is that he does it with only 3 tracks produced by the RZA. Mathematics and True Master also dominate as far as production go on this album.
Masta Killa keeps it in the family with this one, featuring all of the members of the Wu-Tang Clan (though U-God's whatever-it-is doesn't particularly stand out), as well as the usual Killah Priest appearance, and some other Killa Beez. Despite this, Masta Killa has several tracks with just him rapping, which are excellent and show his own ability by himself as an MC.
Some of the best tracks on the album are:
"No Said Date" which is just Masta Killa over an awesome RZA beat.
"Last Drink" which is again Masta Killa by himself over an excellent Mathematics-produced beat.
"D.T.D." showcases the extreme talents of Masta Killa along with Ghostface and Raekwon... another song produced by Mathematics with an excellent beat.
"Old Man" features Ol' Dirty and RZA... Ol' Dirty does his thing which entertains as usual, and RZA and Masta Killa lay down some ill rhymes. This is also produced by RZA.
"School" once again features RZA and is produced by RZA. And although he is not the best rapper in the Wu-Tang Clan, RZA does rip it up in this song, and it's amazing.
"Masta Killa" is the last track on the album and is Masta Killa by himself.
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If there is one word to describe the Wu-Tang Clan lately it is "inconsistent." Their solo projects over the last few years have ranged from good (Ghostface's "Pretty Toney"), to listenable-but-mediocre (RZA's "Birth of a Prince" or Deck's "The Movement"), to outright bad (Raekwon's "Lex Diamond"). Needless to say, it has been a while since one of the Wu MCs dropped something even remotely reaching the quality of "Cuban Linx", "Supreme Clientele", or "Liquid Swords." It gets me to thinking that maybe we're expecting too much of them, and they're victims of their past albums being so amazing.
But Masta Killa's new album "No Said Date" almost hits that level. This is by no means an instant classic the way "Liquid Swords" was, but this is the best Wu solo in a long time and definately worth a 5-star rating. The beats are straight out of 1995, the lyrics flow with a self-awareness that is completely absent from modern rap and hip-hop.
The decision to stay in-house on this album was absolutely the right call for Masta. The production on the disc is high quality, especially considering it is not a major-label release. Anyone who listens to this will instantly realize how much the Clan members need the RZA and the other Wu producers to succeed. Compare the beats used on this disc (especially on the title tracks, and others like "Grab the Mic" and "Queen") to the beats on "Tical: 0" or (especially) "The Movement" and think how much better those other albums could've been with some solid production work.
Masta also gets solid help from his Wu brothers with guest vocals.
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