A Better Tomorrow [CD] [PA]

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5
Wu-tang is for the babies Posted by: from: on So for the people that think the Wu is filled with immortal people who are still 20 and filled with a passion for that raw gritty lifestyle please don't be so narrow minded. Every member is past the age of 40 they have families and are blessed with a few of the finer things in life. As they should be hell they deserve it. That being said I like the new wu album I like watching them mature past their mind frames from when they were 20 and drop some knowledge for the youth but still maintain their lyrical abilities. And for those that like the raw and un-cut don't fret just because they have a new album does not mean that their old ones have disappeared, you can still pop those in and give them a listen to but its nice to hear a nice cohesive record with a positive outlook from time to time.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

5
This is hip hop in it's truest form... Posted by: from: on There have been 7 years since they have all blessed the mic to do a studio album. This thing gives the feel of the original 36 chambers. The lyrics paint a picture and that is very refreshing compared to all of the mediocre rap out there. See people that don't know the culture will not get this album. Hip hop is a life style. Rap is what you do. And you aren't going to find a conglomerate any better than this one. The Wu has come back to put all other rappers in their place.

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.

4
Solid Album (3.5/5) Posted by: from: on The fact that Wu-Tang have stayed relative in the game this long makes them undeniably one of the most essential groups in hip-hop history and though younger listeners may not appreciate their body of music their influence is obvious. This is a solid album. It is not as hard hitting or gritty as their previous releases and some of the verses are not up to par with what we are used to hearing. This album is definitely a departure for the clan, favoring a more gentle edge as oppose to the straight-out-of-the-gutter sound that the group is known for. This is a must-listen for all fans of the clan and all hip-hop fans in general, though it may not leave as lasting an impression as their previous album, 8 Diagrams. A Better Tomorrow is still worthy of some praise for its experimentation and does not disappoint.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

3
Biggest let down of 2014 Posted by: from: Chicago on This album has its bright spots but overall the chemistry among the group members is not there. You can tell that GZA, Raekwon, and Ghostface were hardly interested or around during the making of the project. The C-Team members U-God, Masta Killa, and Inspectah Deck all brought their A-game. Method Man is great as usual but the sub par production doesn't bring out the best in him. The album signifies that the group members are in their mid-40s so the music has an adult contemporary vibe. It's also a case of RZA trying to show off the musician he's become. A Better Tomorrow has some good stuff and some forgettable stuff. I believe that Wu-Tang is best over sampled beats, not live instrumentation. This album is mostly live instrumentation.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

3
Just okay. Posted by: from: on After a long hiatus anticipation was quite high for this album. I was a bit shocked by the lack of publicity leading up to the release date, surely an influential group such as the Wu would generate some buzz... After a long layoff I expected and hoped for a cohesive and focused album. I was not expecting forever or the 36 chambers because there has been much growth and evolution since those times. There are a couple solid tracks but more missteps overall. A collector's item if you a Wu fan like myself, but it's definitely not a representation of the groups best work.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

2
Ok, but nothing special Posted by: from: Haymarket, Virginia on I was hoping for more, but this album fell short. There are 2-3 good tracks but the rest are weak at best. Kind of disappoint considering I bought all of their previous albums.

1 out of 3 found this review helpful.

1
ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE! Posted by: from: on I am STILL not convinced this is a Wu-Tang Clan CD! This is possibly the worst rap CD I have ever heard in my life and borderline "easy listening" rap. I am not sure what happened to Wu-Tang, but unless you want your perception of the group to radically change, DO NOT BUY THIS CD!

2 out of 23 found this review helpful.

4
Throwbacks and Looks Forward Posted by: from: on This highly anticipated album really got me, right from the beginning. Referencing their patent sound, with the addition of classic R & B sounds, intelligent lyrics, and proof of progression and maturity only added to the things I've expected from Wu Tang, as I've grown in years, right along side them. Definitely worthy of your attention.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
The Wu is back Posted by: from: Hagerstown, MD on I was a bit skeptical of this release, having been told it would be out in 2013. And while certainly not up to the standards of the first two albums, it certainly isn't as bad as Iron Flag. Some of the tracks are amazingly produced with changes in the tracks to cater to each MCs style, but some of the later tracks in particular are a bit weak.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Forever Posted by: from: on It would be impossible to recapture the magic of Enter the 36 Chambers, though we all hope that's what their striving for with every new release. The press that surrounded the release of this album wasn't great, but press is press and the Wu, just like this album, remain relevant.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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