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Wu-Tang Forever

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By the time the Wu-Tang Clan finished their first round of solo projects and reconvened for their second album as a group, the double-disc album had become the hip-hop fad of the moment. So why not give it a shot? With a main crew of nine MCs (plus new protégé Cappadonna), the Wu wouldn't have to depend heavily on guest appearances to flesh out two whole discs of material, as Biggie and 2Pac had. While the result, Wu-Tang Forever, is frequently brilliant, it's also sprawling and unfocused, losing its handle on the carefully controlled chaos of Enter the Wu-Tang. On the one hand, there's more social consciousness on Wu-Tang Forever, taking hard looks at ghetto life while finding pathos and offering encouragement and uplift ("A Better Tomorrow," "Impossible"). On the other hand, you also get some of the group's most explicit sex raps yet ("Maria," "The Projects," the utterly bizarre ODB solo track "Dog Shit"). In other words, the group is starting to go off in more individual directions here, making it harder to maintain an overall focus. Once you get past the rambling Five Percenter introduction, the first disc is pretty tight, partly because it was kept short to leave room for enhanced CD content. The second disc is far too long, diluting the impact of its better songs (the terrific single "Triumph") with an excess of lackluster material. Wu-Tang Forever easily would have made a brilliant single CD; RZA's production is more polished than the debut, thanks to a bigger budget and better equipment, and leans heavily on soundtrack-style strings to underscore the album's cinematic scope. Some hailed Wu-Tang Forever as the best double-disc hip-hop album yet released, but others regarded it as a disappointment; despite its many high points, it's the first time the Wu didn't quite fulfill their ambitions.

© Steve Huey /TiVo

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1
Wu-Revolution (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:06:46

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan featuring Poppa Wu and Uncle Pete, Performer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Reunited (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:05:21

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer - Roxanne, Background Vocal

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
For Heavens Sake (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:13

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan featuring CappaDonna, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Darryl Hill, Composer - Darryl Hill, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Cash Still Rules / Scary Hours (Still Don't Nothing Move but the Money) (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:01

S. Bougard, Composer - S. Bougard, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - 4th Disciple, Producer - 4th Disciple, Mixing Engineer - 4th Disciple, Recording Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Visionz (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:09

Inspektah Deck, Producer - Inspektah Deck, Mixing Engineer - Inspektah Deck, Recording Engineer - Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
As High as Wu-Tang Get (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:02:38

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Severe Punishment (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:49

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Older Gods (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:05

S. Bougard, Composer - S. Bougard, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - 4th Disciple, Producer - 4th Disciple, Mixing Engineer - 4th Disciple, Recording Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Maria (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:02:55

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan featuring CappaDonna, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Darryl Hill, Composer - Darryl Hill, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
A Better Tomorrow (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:55

S. Bougard, Composer - S. Bougard, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - 4th Disciple, Producer - 4th Disciple, Mixing Engineer - 4th Disciple, Recording Engineer - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
It's Yourz (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:16

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

DISCO 2

1
Intro (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:02:02

Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Spoken Word, Composer - Spoken Word, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Triumph (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:05:38

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan featuring CappaDonna, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Impossible (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:28

Wu-Tang Clan featuring Tekitha, Performer - Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Co-Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - S. Bougard, Composer - S. Bougard, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - 4th Disciple, Producer - 4th Disciple, Recording Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Little Ghetto Boys (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:49

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan featuring CappaDonna, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - E.U. Howard, Composer - E.U. Howard, Lyricist - Darryl Hill, Composer - Darryl Hill, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer - E. Deroven, Composer - E. Deroven, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Deadly Melody (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:20

Wu-Tang Clan featuring Street Life, Performer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
The City (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:05

S. Bougard, Composer - S. Bougard, Lyricist - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - 4th Disciple, Producer - 4th Disciple, Mixing Engineer - 4th Disciple, Recording Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
The Projects (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:17

The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Bells Of War (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:05:12

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
The M.G.M. (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:02:38

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - True Master, Producer - True Master, Mixing Engineer - True Master, Recording Engineer - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer - D. Harris, Composer - D. Harris, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Dog Sh*t (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:34

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Duck Seazon (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:05:42

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Hellz Wind Staff (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:52

Wu-Tang Clan featuring Street Life, Performer - Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Troy Staton, Mixing Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Scott Harding, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Heaterz (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:05:26

The RZA, Mixing Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan featuring CappaDonna, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist - Darryl Hill, Composer - Darryl Hill, Lyricist - True Master, Producer - True Master, Mixing Engineer - True Master, Recording Engineer - D. Harris, Composer - D. Harris, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
Black Shampoo (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:03:49

Carlos Bess, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
Second Coming (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:04:39

Wu-Tang Clan featuring Tekitha, Performer - Jimmy Webb, Composer - Jimmy Webb, Lyricist - The RZA, Producer - The RZA, Mixing Engineer - The RZA, Recording Engineer - Wu-Tang Clan, Composer - Wu-Tang Clan, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
The Closing (Explicit Version) Explicit
00:02:37

Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Spoken Word, Composer - Spoken Word, Lyricist

(P) 1997 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Presentación del Álbum

By the time the Wu-Tang Clan finished their first round of solo projects and reconvened for their second album as a group, the double-disc album had become the hip-hop fad of the moment. So why not give it a shot? With a main crew of nine MCs (plus new protégé Cappadonna), the Wu wouldn't have to depend heavily on guest appearances to flesh out two whole discs of material, as Biggie and 2Pac had. While the result, Wu-Tang Forever, is frequently brilliant, it's also sprawling and unfocused, losing its handle on the carefully controlled chaos of Enter the Wu-Tang. On the one hand, there's more social consciousness on Wu-Tang Forever, taking hard looks at ghetto life while finding pathos and offering encouragement and uplift ("A Better Tomorrow," "Impossible"). On the other hand, you also get some of the group's most explicit sex raps yet ("Maria," "The Projects," the utterly bizarre ODB solo track "Dog Shit"). In other words, the group is starting to go off in more individual directions here, making it harder to maintain an overall focus. Once you get past the rambling Five Percenter introduction, the first disc is pretty tight, partly because it was kept short to leave room for enhanced CD content. The second disc is far too long, diluting the impact of its better songs (the terrific single "Triumph") with an excess of lackluster material. Wu-Tang Forever easily would have made a brilliant single CD; RZA's production is more polished than the debut, thanks to a bigger budget and better equipment, and leans heavily on soundtrack-style strings to underscore the album's cinematic scope. Some hailed Wu-Tang Forever as the best double-disc hip-hop album yet released, but others regarded it as a disappointment; despite its many high points, it's the first time the Wu didn't quite fulfill their ambitions.

© Steve Huey /TiVo

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