Liquid Swords - This Time It's Personal album flac
Title: This Time It's Personal
Style: Punk, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1817 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1915 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1807 mb
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Liquid Swords is the second solo studio album by American rapper and Wu-Tang Clan member GZA, released on November 7, 1995, by Geffen Records. Recording sessions for the album began midway through 1995 at producer RZA's basement studio in the New York City borough of Staten Island. The album heavily samples dialogue from the martial arts film Shogun Assassin and maintains a dark atmosphere throughout its course, while it incorporates lyrical references to chess, crime and philosophy. It’s for my nephew who was twelve at the time, and whose father, my brother, had been locked up since ‘88. So he wasn’t around for my nephew when times were rough, so I wanted to up my nephew a bit with this track. I had two nephews in the video, they were both real young at the time. Geoffrey L. Garfield – personal management. Cyril Gittens – art direction.
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It's simply a perfect match between raw lyrical muscle by GZA and dynamic production courtesy of RZA. The Chess Box set properly celebrates this amazing collection of tracks and its impact. If you aren't familiar with this album, you need to hear it right away. Every time I introduce one of my friends to it, they listen to it for a week or two at a time. A hard-hitting, influential, hip-hop masterpiece. Liquid Swords is a Killa Bee in Genius clothing. Although it's definitely an upgrade from the poppy Father . style "Words From The Genius" debut, I regard Beneath The Surface instead as GZA's sophomore solo record. Nonetheless, I highly recommend this album to those who satiate with lyrical content over smooth, rough beats. I welcome new listeners to hip-hop music.
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On October 10th, 1995 GZA released the single Liquid Swords on an unsuspecting populace. It was the same day AZ released his debut album Doe Or Die and immediately caught on with audiences. I remember this album being the unofficial soundtrack to the entire 1995/96 holiday season. I traveled to Morgan State University in Baltimore (MD) during that same blizzard just to spend a close to a week snowed in at my new home, O’Connell Hall.
Legend of the Liquid Sword (album). Legend of the Liquid Sword is the fourth solo studio album by American hip hop artist GZA, a member of the Wu-Tang Clan. It was released December 10, 2002. The album is named after the kung fu film Legend of the Liquid Sword. In the songs "Did Ya Say That", and "Knock Knock", GZA focuses on the politics of record labels, and expresses his issues in dealing with record companies over artistic goals in music.
In a way, Liquid Swords ruined it for everyone else. It made the US Top 10 and also gave the Wu their first showing on the UK album charts since Enter The Wu-Tang. And while the Wu, both collectively and individually, would have plenty to offer in the coming years – not least Ghostface Killah’s Ironman, released the following year – the subsequent slow down in Wu-Tang releases perhaps indirectly said something about how daunting a task it was to follow Liquid Swords.
- Photography By – Andrea Ridout
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – James Rumsey