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Return to the 36 Chambers

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Download links and information about Return to the 36 Chambers by Ol' Dirty Bastard. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:07:59 minutes.

Artist: Ol' Dirty Bastard
Release date: 1995
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:07:59
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro 4:47
2. Shimmy Shimmy Ya 2:41
3. Baby C'mon 3:26
4. Brooklyn Zoo 3:37
5. Hippa to da Hoppa 3:01
6. Raw Hide 4:02
7. Damage 2:47
8. Don't U Know 4:26
9. The Stomp 2:22
10. Goin' Down 4:19
11. Drunk Game (Sweet Sugar Pie) 4:20
12. Snakes 5:26
13. Brooklyn Zoo 2 (Tiger Crane) 7:20
14. Proteck Ya Neck 2 the Zoo 4:00
15. Cuttin' Headz 2:28
16. Dirty Dancin' 2:42
17. Harlem World 6:15

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Beyond his outrageous antics, his erratic career decisions, and even his association with the mighty Wu-Tang Clan, the most crucial thing to remember about Ol’ Dirty Bastard is that he was a natural-born rapper. He didn’t need a concept; he didn’t even need a pad and paper. Rhymes flowed out of him like water from a spigot. As time goes on it becomes easier to recognize Return to the 36 Chambers for the masterpiece that it is. Simply put, there is no other album in hip-hop that sounds like this. It is full of hunchbacked rhythm and startling sonic turns. Equally important to ODB’s rhymes is his delivery — the grunts and groans and shrieks are what make his flow so singular, and so thrilling. Because ODB had the most extraordinary style of any Wu-Tang member, the RZA gave him beats that are equally extraordinary. Claustrophobic, disjointed, dizzy — nothing about “Shimmy Shimmy Ya,” or “Baby C’mon” or “Raw Hide” adheres to a normative POV. Force yourself to read between the lines of Return to the 36 Chambers, and you will be rewarded with one of rap’s most imaginative and deeply personal statements.