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Old 04-23-2012, 07:54 AM
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I'm not much of a rap fan and never have been but this was some of the rare stuff I enjoyed and honestly I had a few albums of them both, along with Tu Pac and Notorious Big.

Too me Bone Thugs had that whole fast rap/speed rap whatever down to a T and it made you want more, Wu Tang had a distinctive sound with all the different vocals involved and I loved it, to me Wu Tang was as they said a bit more Raw, and Bone Thugs just had that something else.

Both equal in overall due to what they did for the rap industries.
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