Like the urban warriors they portray, Staten Island’s Clan won’t stay down long. They return full force from last year’s lackluster ”The W” with Wu-Tang Iron Flag, their darkest, most hypnotic disc since 1997’s ”Wu-Tang Forever.” RZA wisely updates the pioneering Wu sound, grounding his trademark space grime with choice R&B and jazz samples, while Method Man and Raekwon lead a reinvigorated stable of MCs into attack.
Iron FlagLike the urban warriors they portray, Staten Island's Clan won't stay down long. They return full force from last year's lackluster ''The W'' with Wu...Iron FlagHip-Hop/RapLike the urban warriors they portray, Staten Island's Clan won't stay down long. They return full force from last year's lackluster ''The W'' with Wu...2001-12-24
(Wu-Tang Clan; Wu-Tang Iron Flag: Yael/Retna)
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Producer (group): Sony Music
Posted December 24 2001 — 12:00 AM EST
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