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Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version

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Intro [Explicit Version]
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Shimmy Shimmy Ya [Explicit Version]
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Baby C'mon [Explicit Version]
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Brooklyn Zoo [Explicit Version]
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Hippa To Da Hoppa [Explicit Version]
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Raw Hide [Explicit Version]
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Damage [Explicit Version]
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Don't U Know [Explicit Version]
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The Stomp [Explicit Version]
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Goin' Down [Explicit Version]
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Drunk Game [Sweet Sugar Pie] [Explicit Version]
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Snakes [Explicit Version]
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Brooklyn Zoo II [Tiger Crane] [Explicit Version]
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Proteck Ya Neck II The Zoo [Explicit Version]
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Cuttin' Headz [Explicit Version]
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Dirty Dancin' [Explicit Version]
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Harlem World [Explicit Version]
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 67:59

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01.12.10
The Wu's loose cannon at his wild, witty best
2009 | Label: Rhino/Elektra

Not so much a rapper as he was a vocal interpreter of his own manic energy, the Wu-Tang Clan court jester’s solo debut is easily the most ramshackle of the Staten Island crew’s first generation of albums. It’s also the most singular and, in its way, confident. ODB doesn’t concern himself with things like structure, choruses, or rhyming words. Instead, he relies on the RZA, at the height of his dank production powers, to handle… read more »

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a1va1

This is a must have for a hip hop head. This album was so ahead of it's time...raw beats, top notch performances from guest spots and an unconventional hero that passed too soon.

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Frankenstien

This is a great album at many places. The rambling is tedious but there is true hip hop electricity on this album and moments of raw, exciting innovation and unrestrained flow. At the VERY LEAST get Shimmy Shimmy Ya.

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