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L.A. Weekly just named Wu-Tang’s debut the Third best Golden Era hip-hop album in history

March 6, 2014 Blog Comments Off on L.A. Weekly just named Wu-Tang’s debut the Third best Golden Era hip-hop album in history

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Nobody more defied convention in the early 1990s than Wu-Tang Clan. The nine-man collective pulled from three of the five New York City boroughs with a uniformly menacing style. RZA’s disturbingly dusted arrangements contrasted beautifully with Method Man and GZA’s raspy rhymes, as well as microphone attacks by Ghostface Killah and Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Competitive with each other and dismissive of everybody else, the swarm of bees changed the game permanently. -Jake Paine

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