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Wu-Tang's Inspectah Deck is the legendary swordswinger from the Killa Hill Projects of Shaolin aka Staten Island. He is one of the fiercest warriors the Wu-Tang has ever known and always makes the most use of his mic time. Known for spot-blowing appearances on all of the Wu-Tang's discography as well as epic collaborations with Gangstarr and Pete Rock, Deck has earned a spot in the Hip Hop Hall of Fame with this new banger "Resident Patient." This album, complete with lethal lyricism from his new affiliates "House Gang" and features from Wu-Tang pioneers RZA, U-God, Carlton Fisk, and Cilvarings make this a must have for any collector or Hip Hop aficionado.
I've seen so many mixed reviews of this album but I think Inspectah Deck did a really good job overall here. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Shelley D. Bowen
Not a bad album but some of the hooks/choruses are pretty corny.Published 10 months ago by Matthew Humphrey
This is about as underground as it gets. GREAT album from Deck. Everything's good here. Wu-Tang Forever! (And cop that Czarface)Published 22 months ago by 367c_
"The Resident Patient" is basic gritty Wu: intricate, innovative lyrics over neck-snapping tracks. Deck takes it back to basics with dope, thought-provoking lyrics over equally... Read morePublished on July 21, 2008 by SMN
In my opinion Deck is the BEST out of the group. It's just a shame that a man like this don't get ENOUGH respect!! Keep that good work up INS, i'll be on the look out for part 2. Read morePublished on April 28, 2008 by Rebel J.E.N.
this album is very underrated since most Wu fans don't appricate Inspeactah Deck as they should, but this album doesn't matct up to is debut Uncontrolled Substance but still any Wu... Read morePublished on March 5, 2008 by coolanimegamer
If you are a wu head you know that the Rebel last two albums was not that great. THIS ALBUM IS IN THE SAME BREATH WITH PURPLE TAPE(if you don't know what purple tape is you are too... Read morePublished on December 13, 2007 by Taj Bines
Deck stole the show on countless Wu tracks. Everyone was hyped for him to drop a solo. It was decent, but not what everyone was hoping for. Read morePublished on July 24, 2007
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You can hear a few tracks on Inspectah Deck's myspace page. All four tracks are up to his usual high lyrical standards, and the production sounds similar to that on his last album (whether that's good or bad I'll leave to you).
Jul 25, 2006 by Paul Siegel | See all 3 posts