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Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang


Download links and information about Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang by Raekwon. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 56:19 minutes.

Artist: Raekwon
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 19
Duration: 56:19
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No. Title Length
1. Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang 2:30
2. Every Soldier In the Hood (feat. Method Man) (featuring Method Man) 2:54
3. Silver Rings (feat. Ghostface Killah) (featuring Ghostface Killah) 1:48
4. Chop Chop Ninja (feat. Inspectah & Estelle) (featuring Estelle, Inspectah Deck) 4:24
5. Butter Knives 2:47
6. Snake Pond 2:29
7. Crane Style (feat. Busta Rhymes) (featuring Busta Rhymes) 1:55
8. Rock 'N' Roll (feat. Jim Jones, Ghostface Killah & Kobe Honeycutt) (featuring Ghostface Killah, Kobe) 5:40
9. Rich and Black (feat. Nas) (featuring Nas) 3:35
10. From the Hills (feat. Method Man & Raheem Devaughn) (featuring Method Man, Raheem Devaughn) 2:55
11. Last Trip to Scotland (feat. Lloyd Banks) (featuring Lloyd Banks) 2:42
12. Ferryboat Killaz (featuring Ghostface Killah) 2:00
13. Dart School 2:28
14. Molasses (feat. Rick Ross & Ghostface Killah) (featuring Ghostface Killah, Rick Ross) 4:13
15. The Scroll 2:34
16. Masters of Our Fate (feat. Black Thought) (featuring Black Thought) 3:22
17. Wu Chant (Outro) 0:42
18. Wu Crime (feat. GZA & Killa Priest) [Bonus Track] (featuring Killah Priest, Gza) 2:58
19. Your World and My World (feat. Havoc) [Bonus Track] (featuring Havoc) 4:23



Running neck and neck with Ghostface as the most consistent member of the mighty Wu-Tang Clan, Raekwon has been treating fans to some amazing music recently, especially the universally loved, long-awaited Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2. On Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang, he continues the trend, unleashing felonious lyrical assaults over sinister production sprinkled with old school kung fu flick samples. Although the RZA was not involved in this project, Rae wisely chooses beats that closely mimic the Abbott's original blueprint, enlisting Scram Jones, Evidence, Alchemist, and Erick Sermon, among others. Fellow Clansmen Meth, Ghost, and Deck all appear, as do Nas, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Black Thought, and Jim Jones. If you're a longtime fan of WTC, this will be right up your alley, check out "From the Hills," "Rich and Black," "Sliver Rings," and "Snake Pond."