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SHOW UP www.thingsyouwouldnotdo****
13 Dec 2010
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This is too awesome to be real. *******gamehackerz****/tetris-battle-cheat
30 Dec 2012
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Classic Game Room season 1 - April 20, 2000. The boys at CGR review the Wu Tang Clan game, WU TANG SHAOLIN STYLE for the Playstation 1. This amazing martial arts, kung fu, mega violent video game features the members of the rap, hip hop group fighting through a story that plays out like a Chinese Shaw Brothers action film. With definate nods towards films like Enter the 36th Chamber (aka Master Killer), Master of the Flying Guillotine, Fist of Legend, Five Deadly Venoms, Shaolin Dolemite and Black Belt Jones just to name a few. Do you like Bruce Lee films and Enter the Dragon, do you know who Jim Kelly is and have you seen Hot Potato? Do you like Old Dirty Bastard, the RZA, GZA and Method Man? Do you like decapitating people, hacking an army of kung fu women to pieces with swords and slicing up the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? If so this game is for you. Maybe they shoudl remake it for the PS3 and Xbox 360 and Wii?? Classic Game Room reviewed Atari, NES, Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast and Playstation... too bad they didn't get to Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 or Wii. Now Classic Game Room is covering the new systems. Classic Game Room is on DVD.
23 Aug 2012
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Hip-hop producer, composer and MC RZA on The Black List. For more head to *******blacklistproject****
15 Oct 2009
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Classic Game Room season 1 - April 17, 2000. After watching Star Wars Episode 1 and drinking a case of 40oz malt liquor beverages the Game Room recoded its 40th episode nearly 8 years ago. Star Wars Episode 1 Racer was on the Sega Dreamcast and was basically like Hydro Thunder with the John Williams Star Wars theme, Star Wars cut scene with Anakin Skywalker and Star Wars designed racers. This episode is rare because it features the first appearance of the "disco ball of malt liquor power". Also note we wanted Star Wars on DVD and they gave in, thanks to us.
23 Aug 2012
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RZA and Eli discuss the challenges in writing 'The Man with the Iron Fists'. RZA also talks about his directing debut and his amazing fighting scene at the end of the film.
11 Nov 2012
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RZA and Eli discuss the challenges in writing 'The Man with the Iron Fists'. RZA also talks about his directing debut and his amazing fighting scene at the end of the film.
5 Apr 2013
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ORIGIONAL VIDEO OF EKRAM JACKSON, VIDEO - ESAA & VICTOR, EDITED AND COMPILED BY CHINTAN KHAMAR MUSIC - WU TANG CLAN VS. MICHEAL JACKSON -SMOOTH CRIMINAL.
17 Oct 2006
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Butta Verses, a Bronx-bred rapper who now calls Fort Lauderdale, Florida home, made his debut appearance on De La Soul’s 2004 release The Grind Date spitting back to back with Posdonus on the song “No.” Butta’s name was bestowed upon him by fellow MCs at local ciphers but once his mixtape reached the ears of DJ Maseo from De La Soul, his rhymes started reaching neighborhoods around the world. Maseo signed Butta to his Bear Mountain Entertainment label and he began touring with De La Soul to promote The Grind Date. Butta released several mixtapes while playing over 200 shows on De La Soul’s international tour and began recording with his crew GCD (Glee Club Detention) as well as Seattle’s Vitamin D and Bean One for his Bear Mountain debut, Brand Spankin. Having completed his term with Bear Mountain, Butta focused on live performances, sharing the stage with such veterans as Wu Tang Clan, KRS-One, Boot Camp Click and many others. Though no longer signed with Maseo, Butta was heard in late 2006 on De La Soul’s old-school flavored track, “You Got It” from Impossible Mission. All along, Butta has seen a great deal of his catalog licensed for television (NBC’s Saturday Night Live and A&E’s Dog The Bounty Hunter, to name a couple) and ringtones through his partnership with NYC-based licensing company, Beats and Rhymes. Today, Butta is wrapping up his follow-up album, Six Minutes To Ten, with such guests as CL Smooth, and A-Butta of Natural Elements with production help from The Mighty V.I.C. and Tzarizm among others. March of 2007 will see the release of an exclusive Butta V track produced by Marco Polo on hip-hop upstart label Audio Clutch. The label's debut release will be available in record stores and online everywhere. Expect more from this rising star in 2007. Courtesy of Butta Verses on MOLI****
7 May 2008
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Butta Verses, a Bronx-bred rapper who now calls Fort Lauderdale, Florida home, made his debut appearance on De La Soul’s 2004 release The Grind Date spitting back to back with Posdonus on the song “No.” Butta’s name was bestowed upon him by fellow MCs at local ciphers but once his mixtape reached the ears of DJ Maseo from De La Soul, his rhymes started reaching neighborhoods around the world. Maseo signed Butta to his Bear Mountain Entertainment label and he began touring with De La Soul to promote The Grind Date. Butta released several mixtapes while playing over 200 shows on De La Soul’s international tour and began recording with his crew GCD (Glee Club Detention) as well as Seattle’s Vitamin D and Bean One for his Bear Mountain debut, Brand Spankin. Having completed his term with Bear Mountain, Butta focused on live performances, sharing the stage with such veterans as Wu Tang Clan, KRS-One, Boot Camp Click and many others. Though no longer signed with Maseo, Butta was heard in late 2006 on De La Soul’s old-school flavored track, “You Got It” from Impossible Mission. All along, Butta has seen a great deal of his catalog licensed for television (NBC’s Saturday Night Live and A&E’s Dog The Bounty Hunter, to name a couple) and ringtones through his partnership with NYC-based licensing company, Beats and Rhymes. Today, Butta is wrapping up his follow-up album, Six Minutes To Ten, with such guests as CL Smooth, and A-Butta of Natural Elements with production help from The Mighty V.I.C. and Tzarizm among others. March of 2007 will see the release of an exclusive Butta V track produced by Marco Polo on hip-hop upstart label Audio Clutch. The label's debut release will be available in record stores and online everywhere. Expect more from this rising star in 2007. Courtesy of Butta Verses on MOLI****
14 May 2008
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Available August 26, 2008! Afro Samurai (voiced by Academy Award® nominated Samuel L. Jackson) is an epic tale of a black samurai s hunt for Justice (voiced by Ron Perlman: Hellboy Alien Resurrection ) who murdered his father. With music score by The RZA ( Kill Bill Wu Tang Clan) Afro Samurai blends traditional Japanese culture funky technology and hip hop to create a brutally fresh entertainment experience. Visit *******www.afrosamurai****/ for more information.
30 Jul 2008
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