Digi Snacks - The RZA
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  • Summary: The third album for the Wu-Tang Clan member as Bobby Digital features Thea and George Harrison's son as guest artists.
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  1. 80
    Digi Snacks shouldn't be considered or approached as a complete meal, but it should tide you over till the next full serving of Wu. [Summer 2008, p.94]
  2. Fans of the first two albums might find it difficult to adjust, but Digi Snacks brings that "through the looking glass" feeling and offers a murky world unto itself, one where Wu-Tang Batmans and blaxploitation anime seem entirely possible.
  3. 80
    Digi Snacks is pleasingly lean on fillers , and finds RZA again at his peak as a producer, effortlessly balancing the slow burn bangers wirh tracks of soulful uplit. [Sep 2008, p.110]
  4. Getting a sequel to the first two volumes was an unexpected and pleasant surprise, but outside of his hardcore fan base of Wu-Tang Clan fans there's not much chance of this album succeeding.
  5. RZA, the Wu Tang Clan's great producer and MC, brings his third chapter in the saga of Bobby Digital, and it's a fragmented, often compelling set.
  6. 50
    Yes, the RZA is a legendary eccentric, but Digi Snacks is too impossibly weird.
  7. The record never hits a stride that allows it to pull together as a cohesive album, save its fantastical, paper-thin theme.

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