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Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version

by Ol' Dirty Bastard

Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version by Ol' Dirty Bastard

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Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version

by Ol' Dirty Bastard

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Label: Rhino/Elektra
In the intro, he declares himself the greatest performer since James Brown, dedicates the album to a girl who gave him gonorrhea and proceeds to spend the next 16 tracks rapping, scatting, rambling, burping and ultimately skeeting all over the listener's expectations. The album's production -- supplied by RZA -- is similarly visceral, disconnected and brilliant. ODB was twisted, but he was also a genius, and this album is a testament to both of those qualities.

About This Album

In the intro, he declares himself the greatest performer since James Brown, dedicates the album to a girl who gave him gonorrhea and proceeds to spend the next 16 tracks rapping, scatting, rambling, burping and ultimately skeeting all over the listener's expectations. The album's production -- supplied by RZA -- is similarly visceral, disconnected and brilliant. ODB was twisted, but he was also a genius, and this album is a testament to both of those qualities.

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About This Album

In the intro, he declares himself the greatest performer since James Brown, dedicates the album to a girl who gave him gonorrhea and proceeds to spend the next 16 tracks rapping, scatting, rambling, burping and ultimately skeeting all over the listener's expectations. The album's production -- supplied by RZA -- is similarly visceral, disconnected and brilliant. ODB was twisted, but he was also a genius, and this album is a testament to both of those qualities.