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BACK FOR ONE LAST TIME! A Better Tomorrow should have marked last year’s 20th anniversary of the hip-hop crew’s debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), but intra-Wu relations stymied its release. Friction between top Wu dogs RZA and Raekwon now resolved, the reunited Wu effort sounds a lot better than the bickering suggested. There’s kung-fu fighting and sampled film dialogue, and their old school tag-team roll is present on tracks such as Mistaken Identity, while a sample of the late ODB leads the charge on the emblematic Ruckus in B Minor. The Clan sounding as better as ever with the likes of Crushed Egos (big shouty chorus, nimble organ-haunted verses) sounding as good as back in the day. What a legendary group, and what a great final album to finish on! A must have for any music enthusiast!
|1.||Ruckus In B Minor||RZA, Rick R...||04:13|
|3.||40th Street Black / We Will F...||Allah Mathe...||04:25|
|5.||Hold The Heater||RZA||05:45|
|7.||Keep Watch||Serena Fortier||Allah Mathe...||04:10|
|10.||Pioneer The Frontier||RZA||04:03|
|13.||A Better Tomorrow||RZA||04:39|
|14.||Never Let Go||RZA||04:48|
A Better Tomorrow
Miracle (Masta Killa Part)
Ruckus in B-Minor (U-God Part)
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