No Said Date
 : No Said Date

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Masta Killa
EAN: 0822720710829
Format: CD+DVD, Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 4550024575
Label: Nature Sounds
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Nature Sounds
MPN: 822720710829
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: June 01, 2004
Publisher: Nature Sounds
Release Date: June 01, 2004
Studio: Nature Sounds

Disc 1:
  1. Born Chamber (Intro)
  2. Grab the Microphone (produced by Brock)
  3. No Said Date (produced by RZA)
  4. Last Drink (produced by Mathematics)
  5. Love Spell (produced by Dave West)
  6. The Future (a skit) performed by Shamel, Kareem and Jamel (produced by Hakim Shabazz)
  7. D.T.D featuring Raekwon & Ghostface (produced by Mathematics)
  8. Whatever featuring Streetlife & Prodigal Sunn (produced by Mathematics)
  9. Secret Rivals featuring Killah Priest & Method Man (produced by True Master)
  10. Skit
  11. Digi Warfare (produced by Choco) additional vocals by RZA & U-God
  12. Old Man featuring Ol Dirty Bastard & RZA (produced by RZA)
  13. Queen (produced by True Master)
  14. School featuring RZA (produced by RZA)
  15. Silverbacks featuring Inspectah Deck & GZA (produced by True Master)
  16. Masta Killa (produced by Baby Dooks)
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This 60+ minute DVD showcases Masta Killa performing some of the gems from the album of the same name along with many of his unforgettable classics as a member of the Wu-tang Clan. Also featured are Ghostface, RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and DJ Mathe
It seems oddly appropriate that, some 10 years after the Wu-Tang Clan first put the world on notice, Masta Killa would finally get to put out his solo album--he's the last of the original Clan members to deliver one. Even more remarkable is that, at a time when the Wu mostly seem like material for a future "I Love the '90s" installment (Ghostface excepted), Masta Killa puts together an impressive album in the best tradition of the Clan: dusty, dissonant soul loops, lyrics that are all about style rather than shine, and that classic sinister quality embodied by the Wu's best albums. Had this album come out in 1998, people might have hailed it as another Wu classic, especially with the brilliantly biting "School" and the unexpected sentiment of "Love Spell." Add in cameos from all the family--Ghost, Inspectah Deck, the GZA, etc.--and No Said Date suddenly takes you back to the heady days of, oh, 1996. Way old school. --Oliver Wang

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