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Soundtracks from the Shaolin Temple


Download links and information about Soundtracks from the Shaolin Temple by The Wu-Tang Clan. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:18:40 minutes.

Artist: The Wu-Tang Clan
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:18:40
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No. Title Length
1. Darkness (Intro) 1:33
2. Killa Bee Swarm (featuring Killah Priest, Bronze Nazareth, Timbo King, 5Star) 4:15
3. Lyrical Swords (featuring Gza, Ras Kass) 3:25
4. More Than Gold (featuring Bronze Nazareth, Timbo King) 4:10
5. On the Eve of War (Julio Cesar Chavez Mix) (featuring Gza, Jedi Mind Tricks) 3:59
6. Iconoclasts (featuring Killah Priest, Vast Aire, Wisemen) 4:51
7. My Piano (featuring Ghostface Killah, Dion, Raekwon) 4:07
8. Biochemical Equation (featuring Rza, MF Doom) 3:56
9. Pencil (featuring Gza, Masta Killa, Rza) 3:58
10. Josephine (featuring Ghostface Killah, Hi Tek, Pretty Ugly, The Willie Cottrell Band) 4:09
11. The Obituary (E.B.G.G.) (featuring Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple, T. H. U. G. Angelz) 4:13
12. Chi (Interlude) 0:31
13. Deep Space (featuring Lord Jamar, Rza) 4:25
14. Alphabets (featuring Gza) 2:42
15. Original Man (featuring Raekwon, Lord Jamar, Kasim Allah) 5:32
16. The Bronzeman (featuring Bronze Nazareth) 3:51
17. God's Creatures (Interludes) 1:59
18. Animal (featuring Ice Water) 3:48
19. Still Grimey (featuring Prodigal Sunn, C - Rayz Walz, Sean Price) 4:15
20. The Ocean (featuring Blue Sky Black Death, The Holocaust) 3:39
21. Street Corners (featuring Inspectah Deck, Gza, Bronze Nazareth, Solomon Childs) 5:22



Right in line with 2005 compilation Wu-Tang Meets Indie Culture — and even sharing a couple of the same tracks — 2008's Soundtracks from the Shaolin Temple is a sampler focusing on the Wu-Tang Clan and their ever-growing gang of affiliates. Here the multitude of solo efforts released between 2005 and 2008 are represented, along with the ever growing importance of affiliate producer/rapper Bronze Nazareth, who appears on multiple tracks. It's hardly a "soundtrack", and while hardcore fans of the group might be disappointed by the lack of exclusives or the way some recent and very necessary tracks are skipped, there is a killer bonus for the collector. Packed into the slipcase and making the accompanying CD secondary is a 90-page booklet featuring photos of main Wu man RZA on his first pilgrimage to the Shaolin Temple in the People's Republic of China. It sits in the hands prayer book-style and features beautiful sepia-toned photographs of RZA and his 34th generation Shaolin Monk guide Sifu Shi Yan Ming as they visit the Temple and join in prayer. Consider it a coffee table compilation in the style of Kruder & Dorfmeister's G Stone Book where loyal fans re-buy music to get to the bonus, which, in this case, is very attractive.