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Swarm 1
Wu-Tang Killa Bees, Rza
Swarm 1
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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All Artists: Wu-Tang Killa Bees, Rza
Title: Swarm 1
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Priority Records
Original Release Date: 7/21/1998
Release Date: 7/21/1998
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: East Coast, Gangsta & Hardcore, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 049925001327, 049925001310, 5413356888812, 5413356888829

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This Second Review Is Worth It! Wu-Tang Forever!
manslorta | Bronx, NY | 09/29/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Let me give you the run-down on "The Swarm". The album features the Wu of course, and some new heads from the Wu fam.1) Intro2) The Legacy - A.I.G.: The song has a beat that you can ride to. Peep the lyrics from one of Wu-Tang's new voices. High volume is necessary.3) Concrete Jungle - Sunz Of Man: The RZA produced track is another head banger. Could have been a smash with the other member, Killah Priest.4) Co-Defendant - Shyheim & Hell Razah: This track hows that Shyheim has grown over the years. With help from the Sunz Of Man's Hell Razah, this joint is a must hear.5) S.O.S. - Inspectah Deck & Street Life: S.O.S. is an ill track self-produced by the Rebel INS. A classic right there. Don't sleep!6) Execute Them - Raekwon, Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck, and Street Life: What's a Wu-Tang compliation without a Wu-Tang collaboration. This joint is ill.7) Bronx War Stories - A.I.G.: I love this beat. This is for the thugs in the BX field.8) And Justice For All - Bobby Digital, Killarmy, Method Man: The RZA introduces the world as Boby Digital. He flow is still flawless.9) Punishment - Black Knights: A new group hailing from the west coast shows skill on their opening track.10) -------- - Ruthless --------: If you wanna hear lyrics, this songs for you.11) On The Strength - The Beggaz - Some true underground cats repping the Wu to the fullest.12) Cobra Clutch - Ghostface Killah: Another banger from the Wally Champ.13) Never Again - Remedy: I'm really feeling this song. It's talks about the holocaust and his Jewish background.14) Where Was Heaven - Wu-Syndicate: Another song I'm feeling, about pain and suffering.15) '97 Mentality - Cappadonna & Ghostface: Instant Banger for real! High Volume 100%! 16) Fatal Sting - Black Knights: See Number 9.Closing: If you don't have this, you are a "___________"!"
Killa Beez On Da Swarm !!!
Lord Reveal | Bronx, New York | 01/06/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The formal introduction of Wu-Tang Clan's extended family known as The Killa Beez.
1-The Legacy (Royal Fam) Good song. Timbo King kills the mic.
2-Concrete Jungle (Sunz of Man) Not the first time people heard Sunz Of Man. But everyone was mostly familiar with Killah Priest. This album was actually released on the same day that Sunz Of Man's "The Last Shall Be First" came out.
3-Co-Defendants (Shyheim & Hell Razah)I first heard Razah on the song before this one, and when I heard him here again with Shyheim I was convinced. Razah is my favorite Sunz Of Man member.
Sorry Priest.
4-S.O.S.-Shoot On Sight.(Inspectah Deck & Steetlife) As usual, nothin but fire from INS and Street.
5-Execute Them (Wu-Tang Clan w/ Streetlife) Perhaps THE best song, and not because it is a Wu-Tang song. Raekwon, Masta Killa and Inspectah Deck all kill it with a hot chorus from Streetlife.
6-Bronx War Stories (A.I.G.) This group, whose name stands for Allah Is God are from the Bronx. The two members are Allah Wise and Darkim B Allah. This was the first time I heard of them (and I'm from the Bronx.)
7-And Justice For All (RZA as Bobby Digital w/ KillArmy and Method Man) This was the first time RZA performed under his Bobby Digital alias. I know alot of people were surprised that this new MC (Bobby) sounded alot like RZA. KillArmy (specially Killa Sin) are great and Method (as usual) is pure fire.
8-Punishment (Black Knights Of The North Star) First appearance from these west-coast Killa Beez. Pretty Impressive. This group would later separate into two groups: Black Knights (Holocaust, Doc Doom, Crisees, and Monk) and North Star (Christ Bearer & Meeko). Holocaust absolutely destroys the mic in his verse of this song, which is the first verse.
9-Bastards (Ruthless Bastards) Little is known of this group. This is one of their few appearances. The only members I know are Appocalipps and Pearl Handlez.
10-On The Strength (The Beggaz) I know even less of this group. The song is crazy tho. Alot of high science.
11-Cobra Clutch (Ghostface Killah) Do I even have to stress how hot his song is? I mean, it is The Ghost i am talking about. NUFF SAID.
12-Never Again (Remedy) First appearance by this white (Jewish) MC from Staten Island. Very Knowledgable song about his roots and the whole holocaust experience. You know if a white boy is down with Wu-Tang, he GOTTA be nice.
13-Where Was Heaven (Wu-Syndicate) PURE HOTNESS. these virgina cats are fire. They actually known some of the members of Wu-Tang for awhile. Before Wu-Tang were signed and they used to do shows in Virginia, people looked at Wu-Tang like aliens from outta space. But Wu-Syndicate (Crime Syndicate) at the time, showed them love. They swore to each other who ever got put on first, they would introduce the other to the world. Sure enugh, Wu-Tang got fame first and several years later, they introduced this group who changed their name to Wu-Syndicate outta respect. Thats Peace.
14-97 Mentality (Cappadonna w/ Ghostface Killah) This song definately shows Cappadonna's freestyle skills in the same fashion that he did on Ghostface's "Winter Wars" from the IRONMAN album. (Tip: Cappadonna taught Inspectah Deck how to rhyme. Cappa's name was Original)
15-Fatal Sting (Black Knights Of The North Star) The second performance from these west-coast killa beez is the last song of the album. Listen to Doc Doom and Crisees' verses on this song. Pure Hot Sh*t.
Real hip hop !
Teck9 | Harlem | 07/13/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The wu has brought us the great 36 chambers... Now, we can enjoy "the swarn, vol.1" its again another flawless and outshyning release from the masters of raw hip hop and street anthem classics! I personal like every single track but high lights "execute them" , "and justice for all" , "where was heaven" I realy do love that track by wu syndicates!Copy this ish now, son!"