Instantly hooked by those fat horns. The horns on Black Man's Cry might be some of my favourite bits of instrumental ever. Despite all that epicness I did get a tad bored at times and the music wasn't doing enough to keep me interested all the time, but for the most part it was fab. But it is Fela Kuti who in my eyes is a musical genius and one of the most influential artists on today's musical landscape so it is no surprise that this is great.
Started off slow and meh but towards the second half of the album it really got going and turned into something magical. Took a bit too long to get there though imo.
This is the weirdest album I've ever listened to because usually I will have some sort of opinion on an album or it will illicit some sort of emotional response but this made me feel nothing but I kinda liked some of the instrumentals and I didn't hate it but because it made me feel so much nothing then I can't give it a good score.
Ice cream makes it an automatic classic. 2nd favourite solo wu-tang album. Some of RZA's best production moments imo, but overall lacks a bit of the individuality and oomph I wanted.