17 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Return to the 36 Chambers' intro is a nearly five-minute monologue with Ol’ Dirty Bastard moaning about a woman who wronged him and then pretending to start a poem over sparse piano keys, which sets the tone for a wonderfully odd ride. On “Raw Hide,” Dirty takes his hand at singing, filling a hook with his off-key but relatable singing voice. But it’s not all melodicism and theatrics—over the haunting piano melody of “Brooklyn Zoo,” Dirty kicks two straight minutes of fierce, biting rhymes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Return to the 36 Chambers' intro is a nearly five-minute monologue with Ol’ Dirty Bastard moaning about a woman who wronged him and then pretending to start a poem over sparse piano keys, which sets the tone for a wonderfully odd ride. On “Raw Hide,” Dirty takes his hand at singing, filling a hook with his off-key but relatable singing voice. But it’s not all melodicism and theatrics—over the haunting piano melody of “Brooklyn Zoo,” Dirty kicks two straight minutes of fierce, biting rhymes.

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