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Enter the Magical Mystery Chambers is a fucking genius idea for a mash-up album. I mean The Beatles and the Wu-Tang Clan, does it get any better than that? Yep. Not only are some of the best raps in hip-hop showcased, but the tracks they are put over aren’t just pulled from the Fab Four’s studio takes, they are culled from a range of Beatles covers that offer up a new and unique experience not only for Beatles fans, but for Wu fans as well. Case in point, “Forget Me Not”. Originally found on Inspectah Deck’s Uncontrolled Substance, the track is completely transformed when put up against Jamaican guitar legend Ernest Ranglin’s jazzed up cover of “You Won’t See Me”, making the original practically obsolete.

Wu-Tang vs. The Beatles – “Forget Me Not”

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Athom
06.23.10
oh yeah, USA! USA! USA! USA!

Tits McGee
06.23.10
^^^^
this

Bulldog
06.23.10
fuck.

vanderb0b
06.23.10
I love this album, so great.

Bulldog
06.23.10
ugh

Inveigh
06.23.10
I haven't heard this, but I think I need to

Athom
06.23.10
what are you "ughing" about Bulldog?

charliemealings
06.23.10
Best idea ever

O.J. Simpson
06.23.10
this actually works well.

AngelofDeath
06.24.10
Not that original considering The Grey Album, but great nonetheless.

aresx
06.24.10
i'm enjoying this...surprisingly O_o

Jim
06.24.10
this is cool

Mars Blackmon
06.25.10
ugh bulldog

KieranV
06.25.10
this rules

HalfManHalfAmazing
11.30.10
The original Forget Me Not sucked hard and City High is the best Inspectah Deck remix on this album.

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