Wu-Tang Clan

Music On Vinyl * MOVLP215 * 2010

Enter the Wu-Tang

Enter the Wu-Tang
  • Bring Da Ruckus
  • Shame On A Nigga
  • Clan In Da Front
  • Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber
  • Can It Be All So Simple/Intermission
  • Protect Ya Neck
  • Da Mystery Of Chessboxin’
  • Wu-Tang Clan Aint Nuthing Ta F’ Wit
  • C.R.E.A.M.
  • Method Man
  • Tearz
  • Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber - Part II

Information

The Wu-Tang Clan started as a seriously creative crew whose core members, notably Method Man, Genius/GZA, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard!, would go on to release excellent solo albums. Their classic debut album as a collective, ‘Enter The Wu-Tang Clan’, remains a true classic and has seldom been bettered.

Reviews

  • Granville Williams & His Orchestra - WailinGranville Williams & His OrchestraWailin

    Storming big band ska from Granville Williams with 'Wailin'. 'Old McDonald' is actually excellent as well.

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  • The Maytals - My Daily FoodThe MaytalsMy Daily Food

    Rousing Maytals call and response on the A side with 'My Daily Food' and "One Look' on the flipside. Classic Maytals.

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  • Aubley Williams & His Orchestra  - String of PearlsAubley Williams & His Orchestra String of Pearls

    Two slices of Jamaican big band jazz. Glen Millers 'String of Pearls' on the A side. The Anton Karas composition on the flipside from the movie 'The Third Man'. Great stuff.

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  • Eddie Perkins & Patsy - Take These Chain From My HeartEddie Perkins & PatsyTake These Chain From My Heart

    On the A side 'Take these chains from my heart' has more than a nod to the Hank Williams classic of the same name. Has a lovely harmonica half way through.
    'I Am Blue' on the flipside is pretty good.

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  • Freddie McGregor - Bobby BabylonFreddie McGregorBobby Babylon

    Freddie McGregors classic Studio One set. Re-pressed in Jamaica at Studio One with the original stampers. Sleeve is also a re-print from the original so it has the characteristics of A Jamaican sleeve. Its new but looks slightly worn in places.

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  • The Cables - What kind of worldThe CablesWhat kind of world

    The Cables led by Keble Drummond at their Studio One best. Great album. Recently repressed in Jamaica by Studio one. The sleeves have also been made in Jamaican so has some slight wear evident around the edges of the sleeve. Although it does say on the back sleeve that it was made in the UK!! Check the sound clips for sound quality before you buy. Overall its pretty good in terms of sound.

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