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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.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 25, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: July 25, 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Traffic (The Orchard)
  • ASIN: B000GG4SMY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,788 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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......that an album like this doesn't get any marketing. This is an extemely good album. Deck, as always, slices and dices all the tracks. The producer Mondee has a promising future. There are great beats all over this cd that mesh perfectly with the Rebel INS. Really, I would've given this album 4 stars because of the fact the tracks are too short (the tracks average around 2 minutes a piece). However, compared to all the radio (c)rap out, I want this album to get the highest rate possible to make up for the lack of marketing.
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THIS IS ALBUM IS DESCRIBED BY ONE PHRASE THE "SOUNDS OF THE SLUMS" AND THIS ALBUM IS THE RESRURRECTION OF THE WU'S PREMIER LYRICIST WHICH IS INSPECTAH DECK AKA REBEL INS AND HE BACK THE SHARPEN SWORDS AND THIS ALBUM BANGS AND SHOW'S HE HASN'T LOST HIS GRASP AND GRIP ON THE SWORD. EVEN HIS CLIQUE NAMED THE HOUSEGANG ANIMALS AND THEY RIP SOME WHAT BUT ITS ALSO GOOD TO SEE CARTON FISK BACK IN THE FOLD AS WELL. OVER ALL THIS ALBUM/MIXTAPE IS DOPE AS HELL

FAVORITE CUTS:

SOUND OF THE SLUMZ F/ MASTA KILLA

A LIL STORY

GRITS FREESTYLE

GET YA WEIGHT UP

WHAT THEY WANT

C.R.E.E.P.S.

I.O.U.
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easily one of the better hip-hop albums i've heard in quite some time. album of the year so far for me. this is the type of hip-hop that should be going platinum and getting played on the radio. deck should really get your support. cop this and listen to some real hip-hop.
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Incredibly impressed with Deck's album.. This was a real pleasant suprise. He is a smart and worthy rap contendor.. Definitely street beats, not over produced club banga style like most manufactured rap artists out there. A lot of people are sleeping on this album, definitely a masterpiece.

#1 album released this year.
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By Simon J on December 24, 2006
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Inspectah Deck is one of the members of the Wu who has not changed his style to accommodate new fans tastes. He keeps it real with real fans from the beginning like myself. All the wu tang clan members are parallels to kung fu stars in real movies. If you had to pick a member from the Wu who keeps that image to the fullest, Inspectah Deck keeps that image really well. He is the member who might actually carry and Excalibur sword on his back.

To me he has very underrated production skills. If you ever listen to the Rza's Bobby Digital he does a track called Unspoken Word. Tracks like that are what made Wu Bangas Wu Bangas. Inspectah Deck still Reps the 160 Hard. He has never sold out and he backs up everything he ever says. Don't sleep on this album you will be very happy with your purchase. He keeps his lyrics sharp consistently and beats grimey. Do not sleep on his Uncontrolled Substance.
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I've seen so many mixed reviews of this album but I think Inspectah Deck did a really good job overall here. "The Movement" was off the hook and maybe people didn't like the fact that Deck's voice was switching pitches on songs on this album or something but it fires on all cylinders except 4 songs that are just ok. INS's only fault here is that the songs are shorter but at the same time there's almost 40 minutes of Deck greatness on here. Wu Tang fans definitely don't overlook with spots by U-God and Masta Killa who knock it out. If you like the Inspectah Deck, this is a must have.
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By M. Tyler on February 10, 2007
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Deck got back to his roots on this. The opening track is incredible. The album features nine producers. RZA produced an awesome track too that reminds me of the old school Wu sound. I have Uncontrolled Substance and that one is horrible compared to The Resident Patient. This album is essential to a Wu-fans collection,right up there with No Said Date.
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3 years since the Rebel dropped his 2nd solo (the 3.5 star "The Movement") he is back reppin the Wu right, not as good as his classic debut, "Uncontrolled Substance", but this is more what I expected from a great lyricist/emcee like Deck. With 16 songs, 14 of which he is on, you get some very good material. Guests rap on 6 of the songs, so you still get a nice amount of INS the rebel. Of the 16 songs, 3 are ok, the other 13 are good or real good songs, no classic or borderline classic, but strong songs. Production is very nice as well, although not to many Wu-Tang producers had their hand in it. Mondee does 5 songs, Liveson, Inspectah Deck, and the Marxmen all do 2 songs, RZA, Flowers, Clivaringz, Psycho LES all do 1 song. A must have album from one of the Wu's quieter members of late.

#1 - 9 (f/ masta killa -- nice beat)
#2 - 7
#3 - 8.5
#4 - 8.5
#6- 9 (f/ Donny Cash & PC of Housegang & Suga Bang Bang -- nice beat)
#8 - 8.5 (good beat)
#9 - 8.5 (another good beat)
#10 - 9 (tight beat)
#11 - 9 (another tight beat)
#12 - 8.5 (nice beat again)
#13 - 8.5 (f/ Carlton Fisk of Housegang & Chico Debango -- good beat)
#14 - 8
#15 - 7.5
#16 - 8 (f/ U-God & Hugh Hef)
#17 - 8.5 Housegang {Carlton Fisk, PC, Donny Cash & La banga - nice beat)
#18 - 8 (La Banga, Carlton Fisk & Donny Cash of Housegang)

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

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