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|Official Release Date||Jun 07, 2011|
|Artist||Afro Samurai Resurrection|
- Manufacturer: Tvt Records
track listing1. Combat (Afro Season II Open Theme) - the Rza P. Dot2. You Already Know - Kool G Rap, Inspectah Deck Suga Bang3. Blood Thicker Than Mud Family Affair - Reverend William Burks, Sly Stone Stone Mecca4. Whar - Kool G Rap, Ghostface Killah, Tash Mahogany the Rza5. Girl Samurai Lullaby - Rah Digga Stone Mecca6. Fight for You - Thea Van Seijen7. Bitch Gonna Get Ya - Rah Digga8. Bloody Days Bloody Nights - Prodigal Sunn Thea Van Seijen9. Kill Kill Kill - Rugged Monk10. Nappy Afro - Boy Jones11. Bloody Samurai - Black Knights, Dexter Wiggles Thea Van Seijen12. Dead Birds - Killa Priest, Prodigal Sunn Shavo13. Arch Nemesis - Ace Moe Rock14. Brother's Keeper - Reverend William Burks, the Rza Infinite15. Yellow Jackets - Ace Moe Rock16. Take the Sword Part III - 60 Second Assassin, Leggezin, Crisi, Christ Bearer, Rugged Monk, Tre Irie, Kinetic, Reverend William Burks Bobby Digital17. Number One Samurai (Afro Season II Outro) - the Rza 9th Prince
descriptionIf you make a dark-streets-meets-karate anime there s probably a law that when it comes to the soundtrack, the Wu-Tang s RZA gets first refusal. The rapper/producer s soundtrack to Afro Samurai: The Resurrection is the first release on his Wu Music Group imprint. It recalls his work on 1999 s Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, but ten years on and he s gotten more subterranean and mysterious. It's only when higher-profile guest stars like Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, and even Sly Stone show up that he s drawn out of his Wu-bunker and influenced to create more hook-filled backing tracks. The rest is a smoky kung-fu dream with lesser-known Wu-soldiers like Rugged Monk and Black Knights spitting the shaolin rhetoric over foggy loops and haunted strings. Taking into consideration Stone s minimal contribution, this release is primarily for the die-hard Wu-fans who get plenty to dissect, analyze, and cross-reference with all of RZA s other fringe releases.
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