Didn't even know they were gonna release anything.
Chamber Music made me think of Coal Chamber.
thats because its not even a real clan-joint. its just the RZA trying out working with a live band with a few familiar faces stopping by every once and a while.
Interesting, every album by entire clan has the tradition of keep getting worse than the one before it.
so is this bad or good? because I'm kinda interested, but don't want to be disappointed.
Digging: Chief Keef - Bang 3, Pt. 2
I suspected this wouldn't be worth hearing and it seems I'm right, ugh.
The first two songs weren't bad. Nowhere near 36 chambers but not bad. It just went downhill from there though.
no it's pretty bad
36 chambers is and will be the only wu-tang album worth hearing
Except for The W, Wu-Tang Forever, Think Differently and half of Iron Flag.
I liked 8 Diagrams, and plus all the people accusing this of being a wu-tang album, i will demand them to read redskyformiles post.
NOT a wu-tang clan album. a RZA production as two people have kindly pointed out.
but i want to live in a world where this is a RZA album! that way its actually an improvement.
The difference is that Axl actually takes part in the actual songs and the other original members want no part of Guns N Roses. Wu-Tang is still active, still together, and they're not on the album outside of small verses. RZA produced it yes, but that doesn't make it a Wu-Tang Clan album. It's listed as such but it's grossly misleading. It's essentially the equivalent to them doing a Wu-Tang Killah Bees album in the early 90s and putting the Wu-Tang Clan name on it.
Regardless, the lack of GZA means there is a lack of true Wu-Tang.
Where the fuck is Method Man?