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The Wackness + The Quietus' Top Hip-Hop Tracks of 1994 Gallery
David Moats , August 27th, 2008 18:57

Dave Moats reviews this coming of age flick with a hip-hop soul and compiles the best tracks that didn't make it into the film

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Wu Tang Clan 'C.R.E.A.M.'
Staten Island's finest sons first impinged on the global consciousness with this statement of intent as regards laissez faire free trade economics. Even though it wasn't really representative of the nightmarish urban gothic of their debut album (or any of the follow ups), it heralded the arrival of the most important hip hop crew of the 90s.


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