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    Minor Threat

    1. Filler
    2. I Don't Wanna Hear It
    3. Seeing Red
    4. Straight Edge
    5. Small Man, Big Mouth
    6. Screaming At A Wall
    7. Bottled Violence
    8. Minor Threat
    9. In My Eyes
    10. Out Of Step (With The World)
    11. Guilty Of Being White
    12. Steppin' Stone
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  • Same Thoughts Different Day Same Thoughts Different Day Quick View

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    Same Thoughts Different Day

    Legendary Canadian punk group Subhumans emerged from the 1978 font of creativity that produced DOA and The Pointed Sticks. They have been part of the Alternative Tentacles family since being included on the infamous Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation and played shows with Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat, Black Flag, and Bad Brains.


    Their first album Incorrect Thoughts was released on Vancouver label Friends Records in 1980. They always planned to make their older material available again, but a now defunct San Francisco label had issued an unauthorized version of Incorrect Thoughts in the '80s which substituted some remixes without the band's knowledge, included tracks which hadn't made the cut for the original album, and changed the cover art. It was an unpleasant mystery for the band and three decades later the former owner of that label was asserting ownership over the original album, preventing its re-release without an expensive and contentious legal tussle.


    The Subhumans decided to meet the challenge to their ownership of their own material by rerecording all of the songs from the Incorrect Thoughts album, which they proceeded to do at the Hive Studios in Vancouver, assisted by Jesse Gander. Original members Brian Goble (vocals), Gerry Hannah (bass), Mike Graham (guitar), and newly-recruited drummer Jon Card (formerly with Personality Crisis, SNFU, and DOA among others) got together in 2005 to record a new album of original material, New Dark Age Parade, for Alternative Tentacles (Virus366) and the band had reactivated into a live entity. The intent was neither to slavishly recreate the old recordings nor to radically reinterpret the songs, but updating the sounds and the recording techniques while maintaining the original spirit of the album. As a bonus, Subhumans recorded six additional songs from the same period for the second 12 of a two LP set, some of which had never been recorded before!

    1. Big Picture
    2. Dead at Birth
    3. Firing Squad
    4. Urban Guerrillas
    5. The Scheme
    6. War in the Head
    7. Model of Stupidity
    8. Death to the Sickoids
    9. New Order
    10. Slave to My Dick
    11. Refugee
    12. Greaser Boy
    13. Let's Go Down to Hollywood
    14. I Gotta Move
    15. Out of Place
    16. Escalator to Hell
    17. Out of Line
    18. Behind the Smile
    19. Twenty-First Century
    20. We're Alive
    Subhumans
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  • Undisputed Attitude Undisputed Attitude Quick View

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    Undisputed Attitude

    Undisputed Attitude is a cover album featuring a collection of punk covers of bands including Minor Threat, T.S.O.L., D.R.I. and The Stooges.


    Listening to this album is like peering behind the veil of what made Reign In Blood so iconic a decade earlier. That album took the ferocious anger and purity of intention that was hardcore and embalmed it in evil, taking an already speedy genre and amping it up to eleven. Hearing Slayer blaze through such classics as Minor Threat's 'Filler' and 'I Don't Wanna Hear It' is literally breathtaking, in that they retain the essence of Minor Threat's self-righteous anger while still retaining their own signature thrash aggression. Slayer can only sound like Slayer in the end, even when performing a near-Xerox caliber cover.

    - televiper11 (The Metal Archives)

    1. Disintegration / Free Money
    2. Verbal Abuse / Leeches
    3. Abolish Government / Superficial Love
    4. Can't Stand You
    5. Ddamm
    6. Guilty of Being White
    7. I Hate You 2:18
    8. Filler / I Don't Want to Hear It
    9. Spiritual Law
    10. Sick Boy
    11. Mr. Freeze
    12. Violent Pacification
    13. Memories of Tomorrow
    14. Richard Hung Himself
    15. I'm Gonna Be Your God
    16. Gemini
    Slayer
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  • War Of The Superbikes War Of The Superbikes Quick View

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    War Of The Superbikes

    Originally released in 1985, The Meatmen's second album, War of the Superbikes, teamed the shameless and poignantly hysterical Tesco Vee with Minor Threat's legendary guitar duo Brian Baker and Lyle Preslar for one of the great summer albums of all time. The hardcore musicianship is superb, as are the timelessly vulgar lyrics. In addition to such classics as Abba God and Me and Pillar of Sodom, this release also features the beautiful, heart wrenching Kisses in the Sunset, with Tesco crooning with Latin love. Long out of print, it is now back with the original cover faithfully reproduced as a limited edition of 1000 copies on collectible clear vinyl.
    1. War of the Superbikes
    2. Abba God And Me
    3. Pillar Of Sodom
    4. What's This Shit Called Love
    5. Punker-ama
    6. Razamanaz
    7. Kisses in the Sunset
    8. Cadaver Class
    9. Pain Principal
    Meatmen
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  • A Fiendish Threat (Awaiting Repress) A Fiendish Threat (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    A Fiendish Threat (Awaiting Repress)

    The king of Hellbilly, Mr. Hank3 himself, is pleased to announce a triple-threat of new releases. Hank3 will release a brand new DOUBLE country album, entitled Brothers of the 4x4, and a single punk album, entitled A Fiendish Threat, with his new project "3".


    Recording in his own home and releasing music on his own label, the Megaforce distributed Hank3 Records, allowed Williams complete creative control during the four month period it took to make both records.


    Besides living the songs subject matter first, Hank3 sang and played both guitar and drums on the records. As if pulling triple duty wasn't enough, he engineered, produced, mixed and mastered all the tunes as well. Not bad for someone who in his own words is dyslexic and has ADD, according to Hank3 "my mind is all over the place". But even a man talented and driven enough to do (count 'em) seven jobs at once has his limits, so Hank3 has once again assembled a top-notch ensemble of pickers and pluckers for Brothers Of The 4x4 and A Fiendish Threat.


    The required stand-up bass holds the low end down at the deft hands of Zach Shedd, with David McElfresh and Billy Contreras whipping razor sharp bows across the fiddle. Daniel Mason handles banjo, with a special guest appearance on Possum In A Tree by former National Old-Time Banjo Champion Leroy Troy working his banjo in the old school clawhammer style, while Andy Gibson wrings the sweetest of notes out his stand up steel guitar. Finally, long-time collaborator and fellow multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Johnny Hiland rips his chicken pickin' guitar to feathers and shreds.


    With the release of Brothers of the 4x4 and A Fiendish Threat, Williams is ready to hit the road, and when he hits the road, he hits it much harder than most. Hank3 shows are legendary for their length and intensity, averaging three hours a night, starting with a country set and ending with whatever his latest musical experiment happens to be. For this touring cycle, fans will get to taste the hardcore punk horror rock of A Fiendish Threat, a rippingly fast blast of sounds reminiscent of The Misfits, Minor Threat, 7 Seconds, The Ramones and other punk rock greats that are as much a part of Hank 3's musical identity as his country roots. But A Fiendish Threat, like all of the man's musical output, is anything but a formulaic, by-the-numbers rehash of what has been previously done by others. Stand up bass, fiddle, and banjo are not exactly standard instruments in punk rock, but they are on this record, riding beneath 3's howling distorted vocals. Perhaps this is the birth of rebelcore punk? Whatever you want to call it, Williams has left his own touch on the genre, even utilizing a bizarrely beautiful Hula-music-on-acid sounding Hawaiian guitar at times. Some of the songs can make the listener feel like someone dropped LSD in their cheap draft beer at a CBGB matinee show headlined by a ghoulish Hawaiian punk band. A Fiendish Threat is yet another of Williams already numerous signature sounds, and he's excited to put it in front of the audience for the first time. You know when you do a new record, you just want to play it for all your friends. That's what I'm excited for with this punk record, I get use a voice that doesn't get used that often, and pay respects to some of my influences at the same time. Doing this record made feel like I was growing stronger- it took some of the years off me, to tell you the truth. Playing it makes me feel young again, he laughs, How long I will be able to pull it off all depends on the voice, man."


    With these dual releases, Brothers Of The 4x4 and A Fiendish Threat added to his already huge and varied arsenal of music, Hank3 will be raising all sorts of hell on stage while the fans raise their glasses in the audience once again, and you can bet your last dollar a damn good time will be had by all. The man goes full throttle all the time, every time, as anyone who has ever been to one of his innumerable shows will attest.


    Listen to Brothers of the 4x4 and A Fiendish Threat, go to a show, and find out for yourself. Just remember the next day, after a few aspirins, a dinner at your own table, and a sleep in your own bed, that Hank3 will be down the road doing his thing again, and for that rebel, "doing the best I can" means something a little different than it does for the average man.

    1. Can I Rip U
    2. Different From the Rest
    3. There's Another Road
    4. Broke Jaw
    5. Watchin U Suffer
    6. Breakin Free
    7. Face Down
    8. New Identity
    9. Feel the Sting
    10. Fight My Way
    11. Full On
    12. Your Floor
    13. A Fiendish Threat
    Hank3
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  • The Posi-Machine (On Sale) The Posi-Machine (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    The Posi-Machine (On Sale)

    White Vinyl LP Includes 20 Page Comic Book!


    Originally released in 1988, this is a lovingly restored reissue. New Jersey's Crucial Youth were a straight edge punk band with a sense of humor. If you're a fan of Youth Of Today or Minor Threat, this is right in your league.

    1. Intro
    2. Youth Of The World
    3. Caffeine
    4. Just One Beer
    5. Positive Dental Outlook
    6. The Scene Is Like A Bowling Ball
    7. Big Mouth
    8. Keep Off The Grass
    9. 4 Food Groups
    10. Suburban Street Wise
    11. Scarlet M
    12. Face Plant
    13. Just Say No
    14. Me And Mr. T
    15. Turn The Other Cheek
    16. 4 Rules
    17. The Reply
    18. I'm Proud
    19. Cross At The Green
    20. Honor Roll
    21. Posi-Machine
    22. Solitude
    Crucial Youth
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  • Burn The World Burn The World Quick View

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    Burn The World

    AC4 is the no frills vision of musician Dennis Lyxzen, (Refused, International Noise Conspiracy, Invasionen, etc). In AC4, he is joined by friends and former members of Umea Hardcore bands DS-13, Step Forward, Regulations, and The Vectors. Together AC4 pay homage to bands like Minor Threat while adding their own spin to the tried and true spirit that brought inspiration in their youth.


    Released by a partnership of Deathwish and the Ny Vag label (Scandinavia) Burn The World is the second album from AC4. Burn The World is sixteen songs of social, political, and personal unrest transformed into primitive hardcore punk anthems. All of them awesomely executed and unforgettable.

    1. Curva
    2. Who's the Enemy
    3. All Talked Out
    4. Die Like a Dog
    5. Morality Match
    6. Bullet
    7. Dont Belong
    8. Diplomacy is Dead
    9. Burn the World
    10. Eye For an Eye
    11. I Won't Play Along
    12. Breakout
    13. Extraordinary Rendition
    14. I Don't Want It
    15. Off the Hook
    16. Left You Behind
    AC4
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  • Siren Song Of The Counter-Culture Siren Song Of The Counter-Culture Quick View

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    Siren Song Of The Counter-Culture


    Back In Stock For The First Time Since 2007!


    Chicago's Rise Against might be seen as an outcast amongst its peers. Armed with The fury of classic punk acts such as Minor Threat & Bad Brains, they blend Intelligent vocals with a serious commitment to providing a positive alternative to the oft-dreary & disenchanted aura that engulfs most punk bands. There are so many bands that sing about negative things, & we kind of wanted to show people it's OK to voice your opinions & stay positive. We just wanted to be more productive, lyrically. - JOE PRINCIPE.

    1. State Of The Union
    2. The First Drop
    3. Life Less Frightening
    4. Paper Wings
    5. Blood To Bleed
    6. To Them These Streets Belong
    7. Tip The Scales
    8. Anywhere But Here
    9. Give It All
    10. Dancing For Rain
    11. Swing Life Away
    12. Rumors Of My Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
    Rise Against
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  • Tension Tension Quick View

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    Tension

    One-sided LP With Lazer Etching On B-Side


    "The songs on Tension are short. Minor Threat short. Minutemen short. Naked City
    short. Short and well, not sweet, but so good." - Gimme Tinnitus


    "(Tension)... exudes a mastery of loud and fast songs that last under a minute and
    explore interesting and emotional subject matter- from feelings of love and angst
    to tragic Warhol superstar Candy Darling." - OC Weekly


    Girl Tears is a punk trio hailing from Los Angeles, California. Kam Andresen, Tristan Ellis and Sal Gabriel formed the band in the fall of 2013 and have been reshaping the contemporary LA punk scene ever
    since. Their debut album "Tension" was written in a week and recorded with Wyatt Blair and Jeremy Katz at Lollipop Studios in 3 hours. The songs on "Tension", which clock in at a minute or less apiece,
    cover themes ranging from disillusionment, love, the frailty of life and loss.

    1. Kill for Joy
    2. Jinx
    3. Lobotomy
    4. Hate
    5. Dream Baby
    6. Candy Darling
    7. Never Again
    8. Alone
    9. Because
    10. Suffocate
    11. Tension
    12. Nothing
    Girl Tears
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  • Fake Train Fake Train Quick View

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    Fake Train

    Comes on like an homage to Wire's 1 2 X U as filtered through Minor Threat and a broken bottle of Robitussin. - Pitchfork


    It's no contest: Unwound is the best band of the '90s. - A.V. Club


    After the Pacific Northwest grunge raids of the early '90s that saw Nirvana, Mudhoney, and even the Melvins hoisted up the major label flagpole, Unwound's 1993 debut came as a welcomed reprieve for underground noise-niks everywhere. A pulsing cluster of wiry feedback, lurching bass, and single stroke rolls, Fake Train entangles the energies of frustrated backpack emo, faded Riot Grrrl back issues, and their own dash of teen spirit and unleashes it all in an earsplitting 10-song assault.

    1. Dragnalus
    2. Lucky Acid
    3. Nervous Energy
    4. Valentine Card
    5. Kantina
    6. We Are And Was Or Is
    7. Honourosis
    8. Pure Pain Sugar
    9. Gravity Slips
    10. Star Spangled Hell
    11. Ratbite
    12. Feeling$ Real
    Unwound
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  • Renegades Renegades Quick View

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    Renegades

    Import

    Remastered


    Following 3 studio albums with original material (all available on Music on Vinyl) Rage Against The Machine
    offered a tribute to their musical heroes, showing a broad variety in their favourite artists and genres. The
    album (rel. 2000) proved to be their latest studio album and includes songs originally made famous by artists
    like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Minor Threat, Eric B. & Rakim, EPMD, MC5, The Rolling Stones, Cypress
    Hill, Devo and Afrika Bambaataa.


    Instead of just giving each song the hard-riffing-and-rapping treatment, each song is treated differently,
    resulting in a musically varied album. For instance, Renegades of Funk and ´Microphone Fiend´ have never
    been rocked so hard before, whereas The Ghost of Tom Joad is Rage Against The Machine more subtle than
    youve ever heard before!

    Side A


    Microphone Fiend
    Pistol Grip Pump
    Kick Out The Jams
    Renegades Of Funk
    Beautiful World
    I'm Housin'


    Side B


    In My Eyes
    How I Could Just Kill A Man
    The Ghost Of Tom Joad
    Down On The Street
    Street Fighting Man
    Maggie's Farm

    Rage Against The Machine
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  • No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued) (On Sale) No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    Original Album Art Expanded To A Gatefold Tip-On Jacket


    They were, in the memory of Minor Threat frontman Ian MacKaye, Enormous men, decorated jump suits, a horn section, 200 friends onstage singing and dancing. They were Big Boys by name and by nature - and they had a big effect on US punk culture. When the prevailing trend was for playing hard and fast, this Austin, Texas four-piece played loose and funky. Their cult recordings struck a blend between punk ideology and clever humor, just as the band both railed against and celebrated the hardcore community that bore them.


    Released at the time of their split in 1985 and now reissued by Modern Classics Recordings, the group's final album, No Matter How Long the Line Is At the Cafeteria, There's Always a Seat finds Big Boys continuing to innovate, even including the sound of turntable scratching on Common Beat, a sound rarely heard outside of hip-hop at the time. Songs like Which Way To Go and Narrow View echo their boredom and anger with the changing hardcore scene, while I Do Care and What's The Word illustrate the band's positive outlook for things to come.

    1. No
    2. Narrow View
    3. I Do Care
    4. Listen
    5. What's The Word?
    6. Common Beat
    7. No Love
    8. Which Way To Go
    9. Killing Time
    10. Work
    Big Boys
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    Thee Physical

    Since the release of Dark Rift in the summer of 2009, Travis Egedy has been spreading his scuzzy, deeply sexual brand of '90s house and trance to become one of the most prominent figures in American DIY culture. Two years in the making, Thee Physical is a giant step forward for Pictureplane and is sure to be one of the most exciting releases of 2011.


    Based in Denver, CO, Egedy resides in the notorious rave-punk-house Rhinoceropolis. Thanks in large part to Pictureplanes legendary shows at Rhino, his raging club night, Real is a Feeling, and his constant stream of mixtapes and remixes, Denvers vibrant DIY scene has started to morph into a national movement. Egedys growing influence can be felt in ways that are both trivial: he coined the ridiculous genre term Witch House in 2009 and significant: Pictureplanes punk rock-like approach to the production and dissemination of his work is democratizing electronic music the same way the Ramones, Minor Threat, and Black Flag liberated rock music in the '70s and '80s.


    Produced and recorded by Egedy and mixed/co-produced by Jupiter Keyes of Health, Thee Physical is a celebration of human touch in a digital world. The album is also unquestionably Pictureplanes best and most assured record to date: his vocals are confident and unnervingly sexy, the instrumentation is at once both purely electronic and surprisingly human. Pictureplane has managed to make electronic music deeply emotive, a synthesis of the human and the machine both in lyrics and sound. Summer 2011 belongs to Pictureplane.

    1. Body Mod

    2. Black Nails
    3. Sex Mechanism
    4. Touching Transform
    5. Post Physical
    6. Techno Fetish
    7. Real is a Feeling
    8. Trancegender
    9. Negative Slave
    10. Breath Work
    11. Thee Power Hand
    Pictureplane
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    Broadcasting

    In 2005, COMEBACK KID joined VICTORY RECORDS and released the astonishing hardcore masterpiece, Wake The Dead, the follow-up to their acclaimed debut, Turn It Around. Wake The Dead was a call to arms. It was life changing and life affirming. It was the communique‚ that the restless youth of the world desperately needed. Punknews.org called it a hands-down 10 out of 10. Wake The Dead made COMEBACK KID one of the most celebrated hardcore bands of new millennium. The band responded to the call and toured the globe several times over in honest hardcore fashion. They played any festival, VFW hall and basement that would have them. Countries that do not even speak the band's language still understood the message and hailed COMEBACK KID as one of today's premier hardcore bands and made them one of the most successful bands in the genre.


    The band entered 2007 with a new record that will further their message of community and strengthen the perseverance and pride of the hardcore scene. Broadcasting is the band's monstrous collection of anthems that will inspire listeners to tear into the pit, and chant along as if their lungs depended on it. Broadcasting combines breakneck hardcore punk rock in the tradition of MINOR THREAT, BAD BRAINS and 7 SECONDS with forward thinking lyrics and ferocious melodies similar to RISE AGAINST, RANCID and BAD RELIGION. It is the band's most ambitious record and was one of 2007's most anticipated releases.

    1. Defeated

    2. Broadcasting
    3. Hailing On Me

    4. The Blackstone
    5. Industry Standards

    6. Give'r (Reprise)
    7. One Left Satisfied

    8. Come Around

    9. In Case Of Fire

    10. Market Demands

    11. In/Tuition
    Comeback Kid
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    Welcome To The Worms

    Los Angeles-based sister duo Jennifer and Jessie Clavin knew things were going to be different for their band Bleached sophomore LP Welcome The Worms. Not only had they managed to charm world renowned producer Joe Chiccarelli (Morrissey, The Strokes, Elton John) to join the sisters and their bassist Micayla Grace in the studio, but Jen and Jessie had been crawling out of their own personal dramas. While emotionally spinning, they dove head first into music.


    The three girls spent time writing the 10 song LP at a remote house in Joshua Tree, away from the distractions of the city. Other times Jen and Jessie worked alone, just like when they were teenaged punk brats playing in their parents' garage, imitating their heroes The Slits, Black Flag and Minor Threat.


    In the studio, Chiccarelli and co-producer Carlos de la Garza (Paramore, YACHT) helped the band perfect their fervent songs into fearlessly big pop melodies. They drew inspiration from the iconic hits of everyone from Fleetwood Mac to Heart to Roy Ayers. The result is an ambitious rock record with a new found pop refinement that somehow still feels like the Shangri-Las on speed, driven forward in a wind of pot and petals, a wall of guitars in the back seat.

    1. Keep On Keepin' On
    2. Trying To Lose Myself Again
    3. Sleepwalking
    4. Wednesday Night Melody
    5. Wasted On You
    6. Chemical Air
    7. Sour Candy
    8. Desolate Town
    9. I'm All Over The Place (Mystic Mama)
    10. Hollywood, We Did It All Wrong
    Bleached
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    Enter The Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers)

    Ranked 386/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Along with Dr. Dre's The Chronic, the Wu-Tang Clan's debut, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), was one of the most influential rap albums of the '90s. Its spare yet atmospheric production -- courtesy of RZA -- mapped out the sonic blueprint that countless other hardcore rappers would follow for years to come. It laid the groundwork for the rebirth of New York hip-hop in the hardcore age, paving the way for everybody from Biggie and Jay-Z to Nas and Mobb Deep. Moreover, it introduced a colorful cast of hugely talented MCs, some of whom ranked among the best and most unique individual rappers of the decade. Some were outsized, theatrical personalities, others were cerebral storytellers and lyrical technicians, but each had his own distinctive style, which made for an album of tremendous variety and consistency. Every track on Enter the Wu-Tang is packed with fresh, inventive rhymes, which are filled with martial arts metaphors, pop culture references (everything from Voltron to Lucky Charms cereal commercials to Barbra Streisand's The Way We Were), bizarre threats of violence, and a truly twisted sense of humor. Their off-kilter menace is really brought to life, however, by the eerie, lo-fi production, which helped bring the raw sound of the underground into mainstream hip-hop. Starting with a foundation of hard, gritty beats and dialogue samples from kung fu movies, RZA kept things minimalistic, but added just enough minor-key piano, strings, or muted horns to create a background ambience that works like the soundtrack to a surreal nightmare. There was nothing like it in the hip-hop world at the time, and even after years of imitation, Enter the Wu-Tang still sounds fresh and original. Subsequent group and solo projects would refine and deepen this template, but collectively, the Wu have never been quite this tight again. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide

    1. Bring Da Ruckus
    2. Shame On A Nigga
    3. Clan In Da Front
    4. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
    5. Can It Be All So Simple/Intermission
    6. Mystery Of Chessboxin'
    7. Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta F' Wit

    8. C.R.E.A.M.

    9. Method Man

    10. Protect Ya Neck
    11. Tearz
    12. Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber, Pt. 2
    13. Conclusion
    Wu-Tang Clan
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