Wu-Tang Clan 8 Diagrams
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smokersdieyounger
December 11th 2007


672 Comments


Ive only listened to it once, but I got it yesterday, I was really anxious that I might not like it, but I prefer the slower stylings. So many rappers now are fast and shouty, and I don't listen to hip hop for the aggro, so I enjoyed it alot.

smokersdieyounger
December 11th 2007


672 Comments


John Frusciante played guitar on The Heart Gently weeps. Thats a good choice, although I don't like the Chillis

plane
Emeritus
December 11th 2007


6120 Comments


"Wolves" is cool.

Fort23
December 11th 2007


2768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Best track is either Gun Will go or Take it Back right now. My rating might go up.

Digging: Chief Keef - Bang 3

plane
Emeritus
December 11th 2007


6120 Comments


lol wasn't this in your top 5

Fort23
December 12th 2007


2768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeaaa it was. then i listened to 36 chambers again. I don't know its up there.

pixiesfanyo
December 12th 2007


1223 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

why would 36 chambers effect the rating of this record at all?

Fort23
December 12th 2007


2768 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

because i haden't listened to that much hip hop for a bit until i got 8 Diagrams. So it sounded fresh to me. But then relistening to 36 Chambers gave me more rap, and more wu-tang, to compare it to.

pixiesfanyo
December 13th 2007


1223 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

i mean, that still wouldn't deter the original amount of enjoyment you got from the album.



sounds like you're just changing opinions because people say 36 Chambers is a classic.

Than
December 13th 2007


4 Comments


This sounds like exactly what it is...a Wu-Tang album made after many years and experiences have weathered the group. To get 8 artists together after so long and to have them all share a unified focus is nearly impossible, especially after all of the solo work a lot of the members have been doing. Add to that the fact that members such as RZA admit that they still haven't fully gotten over ODB's passing and 8 Diagrams begins to make sense. No it's not a phenomenal album, but it's still a solid album with all things considered.

kmagnum
December 14th 2007


81 Comments


36 chambers is so over rated

markeywa
January 14th 2008


3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I can't stop listening to this Album, SOOOOOO GOOOOODD!!!!

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
January 14th 2008


4934 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

36 chambers is not overrated whatsoever

IsItLuck?
Emeritus
January 18th 2008


4934 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think the pacing is fine for the record and really don't feel like it's as if Wu-Tang are necessarily tired. I think it's more that wanted an album that reflects what they have been through in the past couple years since ODB's death and it shouldn't be a fast energetic album for some of the songs and what they are about.

MrKite
May 5th 2008


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

So, I like this a lot more than most on here it seems.

EDIT: So, I like this basically as much as everyone on here.This Message Edited On 05.21.08

Ouch
May 8th 2008


546 Comments


If this album was made by any other hip-hop group, it would be called a classic. But nope, because it's the Wu-Tang Clan, and because there first album is so fantastic, its average! I hate this world.

MrKite
May 21st 2008


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Shut up.

This gets good once you hit Heart Gently Weeps.

Ouch
May 21st 2008


546 Comments


You Shut Up.

This is the best Wu-Tang album since their first, and the best hip-hop album of the year (all Kanye jokes aside).

plane
Emeritus
May 21st 2008


6120 Comments


This is bland by anyone's standards.

Ouch
May 21st 2008


546 Comments


I rightfully disagree with you...



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