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Strait Razor

by Myalansky

Re-release of the Unreleased album by Wu-Syndicate member, Myalansky, This project was intended to be presented to Priority Records in late 90's for release.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Myer Dolo (Intro)
3:42 $0.99
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2. ICU Lord (feat. Range Rover)
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3. Jonis
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4. Strait Razor
3:47 $0.99
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5. Bublen
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6. Victory Allah
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7. Convics / Murder's (Skit)
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8. Serphant Bite (feat. Range Rover)
4:23 $0.99
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9. Nineteen Eighty
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10. Poltergise
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11. Truth
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12. Mirrors
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13. Hotel Hoodlums (feat. M.M.O., Wu-Syndicate & Black Knights)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Re-release of the Unreleased album by Wu-Syndicate member, Myalansky, This project was intended to be presented to Priority Records in late 90's for release. Tragically the producer Veto, also a close friend of Myerlansky was murdered around the same time and the album was scrapped. The few copies that exist were sold at mom and pop record stores in Virginia.
Although it was intended for release months after the Wu-Syndicate debut (which seen him change the spelling of his name to Myalansky), the album was recorded in the years leading up to 99/2000. For those that enjoyed The Wu-Syndicate debut album, this is the closest to it as far as the same era, production, witty word play and mafiaso gangster themes in Wu-Tang fashion only The Syndicate can execute.

Cant see a classic album go to waste, Black Stone of Mecca is officially releasing this project which sees the project with new artwork while staying true to the original artwork and a bonus cut.

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