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Masta Killa Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (14 Feb 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Nature Sounds
  • ASIN: B0001ZMXEA
  • Other Editions: DVD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,173 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Born Chamber (Intro)
2. Grab the Microphone
3. No Said Date
4. Last Drink
5. Love Spell
6. The Future (Skit) ft. Shamel, Kareem & Jamel
7. D.T.D. ft. Raekwon & Ghostface
8. Whatever ft. Streetlife & Prodigal Sunn
9. Secret Rivals ft. Method Man & Killah Priest
10. Skit
11. Digi Warfare
12. Old Man ft. Ol' Dirty Bastard & RZA
13. Queen
14. School ft. RZA
15. Silverbacks ft. Inspectah Deck & GZA/Genius
16. Masta Killa

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First solo album from Wu Tang Clan's mysterious nineth member.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Be water my friend 3 Aug 2004
By Phil W
Format:Audio CD
I'm sorry to just be saying the same as other reviewers, but its not very often that a classic like this comes along. I bought this album on its release date (June '04) when I was in America, and right from the first listen I absolutely loved it. But I waited until now to write a review as I usually find it takes a couple of months to truly appreciate an album, and the CD is as bangin' now as it was then.
Right from the start, MK hits you with an old-skool badly-dubbed Kung-fu skit that Wu fans of old have been dying for since Liquid Swords. It's usually a sign of a good Wu-Tang album, and when "Grab The Mic" comes on, it only cements the initial thought that this IS what we've all been waiting on. Over a really nice beat produced by Brock (who I've honestly never heard of), Masta Killa introduces the crowd to his album, literally - "Greetings ladies and gents/Good evening I'm your speaker for this evening". What follows is pure fire.
After this comes the title track and with it, something that too many Wu-tang albums have been missing recently, a banger by RZA. MK doesn't disappoint either as he makes this another bomb of a song.
The trend continues, and whether its the lyrical warning on "Last Drink" or the respect to his "Queen", Masta Killa doesn't drop an average verse on this album - They're all hot!
The fact that the entire Wu-Tang (and Killah Priest) is featured (first time since Liquid Swords?) on the album only adds to its brilliance.
RZA produces another 2 songs, the first video "Old Man" (featuring RZA and the ever-insane rants of Ol' Dirty) and "School" which also features RZA is one of my personal favourites on the album.
Most of the other production duties are handled by other 'in-house' Wu producers.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At last another Wu classic 30 Jun 2004
Format:Audio CD
I own every wu-tang album ever released and I can safely say that this one will soon no doubt be labelled as another wu-tang classic. Its up there with the likes of Cuban Linx and Liquid swords, and to be compared to these classics is no easy feat, but Masta killah has done it!I am a huge fan of the old Wu sound and this is one of very few albums released in recent years to satisfy my wants. If you are a Wu fan, BUY THIS NOW!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No Said Date 11 Jun 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is one awesome album. I would say this is one of the greatest solo projects to come from the Wu-Tang family, easily rivalling Liquid Swords, Tical, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. A must for any Wu-Tang fan
This album will be in your cd player for a long time.
An instant classic!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lost Wu Classic 17 Sep 2006
Format:Audio CD
Up there with 'Liquid Swords' 'Only Built For Cuban Linx' et al, the most complete Wu release for many years. Disappeared completely on release, but a must-have for fans of the classic Wu-Tang sound.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The best Wu album for years. 9 Jan 2006
Format:Audio CD
Only the most ardent Shaolin monk would disagree that the Wu Tang symbol has lost some of its lustre in recent years. Odd then, that it should take an album from the quietest member, and the only one who hasn’t previously released a solo album, to reignite the whole group.
Par for the Wu course, there are guest spots from Ghostface, Method Man, Raekwon and Gza (all as good as you would expect), but this is very much Killa’s party. The production from Rza (whose rejigging of Outkast’s Skew It On The Bar-B on the title track ranks among his best work) is exemplary and the Wu chieftain even manages to pilfer samples from the themes of Sanford & Son and Cheers. Elsewhere, Mathematics and True Master are close to their best on cuts like Secret Rivals and Last Drink. In fact, the whole thing sounds like it came from the Wu’s 1994 heyday, which seeing as many of these tracks have been cocooned for over a decade, isn’t all that surprising.
That’s not to say there isn’t some degree of innovation, Digi Warfare, D.T.D. and School all broaden the Wu canon with a selection of vicious beats.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Clear Classic 30 Jun 2004
Format:Audio CD
Having been a Wu fan since the beginning, I know what the fan wants from The Clan and this album is the answer. Masta Killa has taken it back to the original wu-sound while still keeping it in the realms of today, involving all the members of the Wu in this debut.
If you enjoy old skool wu-tang or even the newer releases, this is a MUST BUY!
To make things a bit clearer, this album is up there with Ironman, OB4CL, Supreme Clientele, Forever and Liquid Swords!
And if that isn't enough, it comes with a DVD and has probably the best album art from any wu member
10/10 easily!
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