Soul Kid Klik | Invisible Army

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Invisible Army

by Soul Kid Klik

An example of Wu Tang Flava at its most raw and rumping. This is hardcore hip-hop in it's purest form. Rough, Rugged and Raw.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mortal Combat
4:30 album only
2. Desperate Times
4:14 album only
3. I Want Him Dead
3:38 album only
4. Masters of the Game
4:14 album only
5. The Demon
3:39 album only
6. Spark da Mic
5:33 album only
7. Cop-n-Go
4:09 album only
8. You Don't Know Me
4:48 album only
9. U-N-I Verse (from the Amadou Project /Weldon Irvine)
3:22 album only
10. What is the Essence of a Soul Kid?
4:13 album only
11. Mortal Combat Remix
3:39 album only
12. Desperate Times Remix
4:09 album only


Album Notes
Due to popular demand, we present the underground hip-hop of the Soul Kid Klik. SKK was a group that was formed by G-Clef da Mad Komposa of Ghetto Philharmonic, a group formerly signed to Tuff City Records. When Jay "Wax" Garfield of the Garfield Brothers met G-Clef while doing some radio shows, G-Clef became managed by what was then known as Gza Entertainment, which was co-owned by Genius from the Wu-Tang Clan. The crew of artists that G-Clef was then producing were known as the Soul Kid Klik, and were soon annexed under the Wu-Tang banner, as a Gza Entertainment act.

Although two of these recordings were recorded before 1994, when the SKK was not yet a Wu-Affiliated group, there has existed, for some time, a series of demos and studio recordings that were eventually to be released on Soul Kid Records as a full length album. However, with the collapse of relations between the Garfield Brothers and Genius, as well as internal turmoil within SKK, the group basically was disbanded, with the project left unfinished. Several ex-members of this now legendary group still work together and speak, but there, at this time, no discussions of any new material from the group as a whole. Here, now, for the first time, is the most complete representation of the album material. Enjoy.



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Funky, raw, ghetto, disgustingly beautiful, hard dark twisted, samples flying in all directions... destroying everything you ever thought was real and creating what you could never imagine... Soul Kid Klik is what wu-tang wishes it was... word is bond


freedom from commercial rap
give this cd a few litens and it grows on you until you love it. underground at its best.

Michel Mees

4.5 Star Classic
Invisible Army is an absolute and often slept on classic, one of the 25 best hip-hop albums ever made, nuff said...


Classic WU
Cop it, it's a hot shit, G-Clef productions sounds like old Wu


keep itup kid!
i love this shit! this is my style to yo. i love mortal kombat son! mix it up with wu tang is perfect! and some scratchin! yall got my soul to yo! lol