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Manifesto [Explicit]

March 23, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: March 23, 2010
  • Release Date: March 23, 2010
  • Label: Urban Icons Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Urban Icons Records
  • Total Length: 1:06:20
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B003A4K9FE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,743 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Trust me: this is Deck's best album. The lyrics are sharp and the production is slammin'.

Admittedly, I didn't really fall in love with Deck's first three albums, Uncontrolled Substance, The Movement, or Resident Patient. (Don't get me wrong though; I own these albums, but I don't spin them as often as other Wu releases.)

This album however, is on another level. The "Tombstone Into" is dark and cool. (It really sets the mood for the rest of the album.)

The opening track, "The Champion" is nothing short of amazing. (What a blessing for the ears!) It's a timeless track (like "New Wu" on Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, Pt. 2). You'll have this banger in your head for days. Deck is THE CHAMPION!

"Born Survivor" and "This is It" are tight tracks. (These tracks seem autobiographical to me. What do you think?)

"Luv Letter" was...just okay...but "P.S.A" and "T.R.U.E." are great tracks. (And they're nice an' short too).

I really enjoyed "We Get Down" and "The Big Game" (with Raekwon). (There's a lot of flavor on this album...and we need that.)

"Tombstone Interlude" is also cool.

"9th Chamber" kicks serious a--! I loved it. This is perhaps my favorite track on the whole joint (with the exception of "The Champion").

"Really Real" is tight.
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it was produced by Rza, 4th, or Math for heads to like it? Remember, RZA LOST DECKS TRACKS FOR THE FIRST ALBUM IN A FLOOD (granted none of their fault) But let us get over it and PRAY that both of them realize that Deck, yes Deck is the only Clansman of the nine not to give us a true WU album yet...yes we are waiting....in the meantime...this bangs. Loving Champion of course, Alchemist has that WU sound down to a science. My sister said 'This is it' is certainly right for Decks flow. Born Survivor is on that sinister serial killer type of anthem flow. But everyone is sleeping on 'Do what cha gotta do' I am loving the verses.'Gotta Bang' is moving, Kurupt and Billy Danze always rep as honory WU Disciples! This is a GOOD release...not a classic that we are waiting for from DECK yet ( even though you cats still sleeping on Resident patient)but it is dope. Nuff said.....
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I recently picked up Czarface, and I love Uncontrolled Substance and The Movement. So I bought this and it just didn't live up to his other studio albums. Subpar beats and hooks for wutang. Worse lyrics. Still better than a lot of hip hop out there, although not by much.
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There's a group of people who think that Deck fell off after Uncontrolled Substance and can only rap on group bars and then there's the other group that stuck with Deck all along. His debut was almost classic, 2nd album had some flaws, 3rd album was really good, and this one is better than "Resident Patient". About 4 songs are just kind of there and don't really take off but the rest is straight up good. Inspectah Deck shows he knows melody, beats, and how to rhyme. Every guest is off the hook. He sounds like he's grown up and his style has changed but I don't think that's a bad thing. I think he was trying to define his sound on The Resident Patient. He did it here, all Wu-Tang fans def pick this up, Deck fans pick this up, maybe even the average rap fan.
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It's been almost 4 years since DDeck dropped his last solo, and this is another one thats 4.5 stars (as well as his 2006 "Resident Patient", I'd give his debut, 1999's "Uncontrolled Substance" and his 2003 "The Movement" I'd say is borderline 3.5/4 stars) and he's also been apart of over half dozen Wu-Tang related projects and is a long time veteran and still a beast on the mic. This is a longer album then his others, at 20 songs and over 66 minutes. Of the 20, 3 are ok, 1 is a classic, 2 are near classics, and the other 14 are good or real good songs. Guests are not too heavy, rapping on 7 and doing the hook on 2 others. Production is nice as well. Inspectah Deck does 4, J Glaze does 3, MoSS does 2, Alchemist, D-Tox, Lee Bannon, Phenom, Mike Cash, Flip, K Slack, Cee the Architect, and Agallah all do 1 song. As always he spits great on the mic and has some slower/deeper tracks, alot of street oriented ones and some more upbeat faster tracks. A must have from a great and long time vet in the rap game.

#1 - 8
#2 - 7.5 (annoying hook)
#3 - 9.5 (f/ Cormega -- tight beat)
#4 - 9 (nice beat)
#5 - 8 (f/ Fes Taylor & Ms Whitney)
#6 - 7.5
#7 - 8 (f/ Meshel -- slower, relaxing beat)
#8 - 9 (nice beat)
#9 - 9 (f/ Raekwon & AC -- nice beat)
#10 - 8 (same beat as #1)
#11 - 9 (nice beat)
#12 - 8.5 (f/ Carlton Fisk & Fes Taylor)
#13 - 8 (f/ Termanology & Planet Asia)
#14 - 9 (nice beat)
#15 - 8.5 (good beat)
#16 - 9 (f/ Kurupt & Billy Danze -- nice beat)
#17 - 6.5
#18 - 9 (f/ Cappadonna & Fes Taylor)
#19 - 9.5 (tight beat)
#20 - 10 (CLASSIC -- f/ Pleasant -- deeper song with tight beat)

Jason Hunter -- b. 7/6/70 -- b. Bronx, NY moved to Staten Island, NY
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