Wu-Tang Reviews To Date

There have been some more recent Wu-Tang reviews posted over at Hip Hop Isn't Dead, but there haven't been any blogs posted over here, mainly because Blogger starts acting like a little bitch once your site has approximately nine million posts. (That's a hell of a lot of Wu-Tang stuff.) SO to make this easier, if Blogger will cooperate, I present to you a list of all the Wu reviews to date. Be sure to check them out: they're not all negative, and some of them may surprise you.

Rza as Bobby Digital - Digital Bullet
Cappadonna - The Yin & The Yang
Wu-Tang Clan - The W
Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams vs. Ghostface Killah - The Big Doe Rehab ('My Gut Reaction' post)
Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele
Raekwon - Immobilarity
U-God - Golden Arms Redemption
Killarmy - Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars
Inspectah Deck - Uncontrolled Substance
Method Man & Redman - Blackout!
Ol' Dirty Bastard - N---a Please
Cappadonna - The Pillage
Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep / N---amortis
Gza/Genius - Beneath The Surface
The Rza - Rza as Bobby Digital In Stereo
Method Man - Tical 2000: Judgement Day
Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Forever
Ghostface Killah - Ironman
The Genius/Gza - Liquid Swords
Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Return To The 36 Chambers (The Dirty Version)
Sunz Of Man - The Last Shall Be First
The Genius - Words From The Genius
Method Man - Tical

Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

Read 'em and weep. Or enjoy; I don't mind either way. And be on the lookout for more to come: this is only the first 25 Wu reviews I've come up with, and as we can all tell, there are certainly more than 25 Wu-Tang-related albums in the world today.

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