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Wu-Tang Forever was the long-awaited follow-up to the Wu-Tang Clan's first album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). It came following a string of successful solo projects from the clan's prominent members (Tical, Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…, Liquid Swords & Ironman). Forever was released on June 3, 1997 as a double album at the peak of the group's popularity and to high expectations. Despite limited radio /TV airplay and the lead single… read more



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  • Avatar for ManDirky
    @jhansennueve: This is the problem of today's fans, they judge music without even taking time to listen to it.
  • Avatar for DickBigems
    @jhansennueve - "Triumph" though...Disc 2 has a few bangers.
  • Avatar for infendo
    There isn't a single filler track on here.
  • Avatar for metal180
    Too many filler tracks but I guess that's the way most double albums are. Still a solid album.
  • Avatar for Mart1n_O
    don't like
  • Avatar for nialldapoet
    "i bomb atomically, Socrates', philosophies and hypothesis cant define how i be dropping these mockeries, lyrically perform armed robbery. Flee with the lottery, possibly they spotted me". One of the best verses of all time.
  • Avatar for jussi_m
    Great album, essential for "hip hop heads". All songs good or better, except for "Black Shampoo" that's kinda bad..
  • Avatar for JamesHippieKid
    Amazing album.. 36 is rawer and of course better, this still has some fucking great songs.. 2nd discs starts lacking a bit at the last couple of tracks, But overall very impressive album..
  • Avatar for DiggiDogYo
    The Wu Is Comin' Thru Wu-Tang Foeva
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