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Raekwon: Immobilarity [PA]

Track List

>Intro (Skit)
>Yae Yo
>Casablanca
>100 Rounds
>Real Life
>Power
>Skit No. 1
>All I Got Is You, Pt. 2
>Jury - (featuring Kim Stephens)
>F**K Them
>Skit No. 2
>Live From New York
>My Favorite Dred
>Friday
>Table, The - (featuring Masta Killa)
>Sneakers
>Raw
>Pop S**t
>Heart to Heart
>Forecast
>Outro

Album Reviews:

Rolling Stone (12/9/99, p.80) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...his violent, ultravisual vignettes never sound cliched....[He] leaves his hardcore audience well fed....he shows good investment strategies, diversifying his portfolio and keeping all options open."

Rolling Stone (12/9/99, p.80) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...his violent, ultravisual vignettes never sound cliched....[He] leaves his hardcore audience well fed....he shows good investment strategies, diversifying his portfolio and keeping all options open."

Q (2/02, p.126) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A slow-burning brilliance permeates...and his collaborations bear grade-A fruit..."

Q (2/02, p.126) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A slow-burning brilliance permeates...and his collaborations bear grade-A fruit..." CMJ (11/29/99, p.25) - "...top-game flow and edgy wordplay proves compatible with any groove tossed at him....proves he can hold his own..."

CMJ (11/29/99, p.25) - "...top-game flow and edgy wordplay proves compatible with any groove tossed at him....proves he can hold his own..."

The Source (1/00, p.187) - 3.5 mics out of 5 - "...quickly reminds us why he's still one of the best criminal-logic storytellers in the game. He yokes up melodic basslines and head-nodding drums while spitting his trademark editorial slang....Rae's lyrics remain as sharp as ever..."

Album Notes

Personnel includes: Raekwon, Method Man, Big Bub, Masta Killa, Kim Stephens, American Cream Team (vocals).

Producers include: Triflyn, DJ Devastator, Jugrnaut, Vo, Pop.

Engineers include: Sergio Garcia, Dale "Rambo" Ramsey, Kurt Hall.

Knowledge of street mathematics is essential to a hip-hop lyricist. When the Wu-Tang Clan emerged onto the music scene, they became one of the most powerful crews, changing the direction of hip-hop. Of the Clan's various MCs, Raekwon proved himself to be the most street-oriented. Following up his classic debut, he returns with IMMOBILARITY, yet another chamber in the Wu-Tang revolution. With his latest, Raekwon maintains his credibility while still managing to deliver quality music. Lyrically, Rae delivers on each and every track. Songs like "Live From New York" and "Power" remind listeners that hip-hop is at its best when it attempts to stick to its original formula.



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