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Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture

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Think Differently Music: Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture
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Compilation album by
Wu-Tang Clan & various artists
Released2005
GenreHip hop
LabelBabygrande Records
ProducerRZA, Bronze Nazareth, Wozzy da Bear & Preservation
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Pitchfork Media6.9/10.0[1]
RapReviews.com(7.0/10)[2]

Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture is an album released October 18, 2005.[3] This album was put together by Dreddy Krueger who has produced Wu-Tang and others. It includes collaborated tracks by Wu-Tang Clan members, Wu-Tang Clan affiliates, and various other underground hip-hop artists such as Cannibal Ox, Aesop Rock, Sean Price, Casual, and MF Doom. The album has sold 59,133 units.[4]

Track listing

# Title Performer(s) Producer Time
1 "Introduction"
  • Think Differently
  • Chris Smith
1:12
2 "Lyrical Swords" Bronze Nazareth 3:24
3 "Slow Blues" Bronze Nazareth 4:49
4 "Still Grimey" Preservation 4:15
5 "Wu-Tang Skit"
  • Think Differently
0:32
6 "Think Differently" Bronze Nazareth 4:33
7 " Infomercial #1" 0:38
8 "Biochemical Equation" RZA 3:56
9 "O.D.B. Tribute" DJ Noize 1:51
10 "Fragments" Bronze Nazareth 3:31
11 "Intermission"
  • Think Differently
Bronze Nazareth 0:27
12 "Street Corners" Bronze Nazareth 3:17
13 "Listen"
  • First verse : Littles
  • Second verse: Khalid
  • Third verse: Planet Asia
Bronze Nazareth 3:40
14 "Infomercial #2"
  • Narration by: Jim Jarmusch
0:45
15 "Verses"
  • First verse: Scaramanga Shallah
  • Second verse: La the Darkman
  • Third verse: Ras Kass
  • Fourth verse: GZA
DJ Noize 3:40
16 "Preservation" Preservation 2:26
17 "Cars on the Interstate" Mathematics 2:17
18 "Give It Up" Preservation 3:46
19 "Black Dawn"
  • Bronze Nazareth
Bronze Nazareth 3:23
20 "O" (Vinyl Bonus Track) Bronze Nazareth 4:27

References

  1. ^ Fennessey, Sean (20 October 2005). "Various Artists: Dreddy Krueger Presents...Think Differently Music: Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture | Album Reviews | Pitchfork". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 23 April 2014.
  2. ^ RapReviews.com review
  3. ^ Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture - Hip Hop Galaxy
  4. ^ Babygrande Records. Music. Film. Culture Archived February 18, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
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