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Afro Samurai: Resurrection


Download links and information about Afro Samurai: Resurrection by Rza. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 59:58 minutes.

Artist: Rza
Release date: 2009
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 17
Duration: 59:58
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No. Title Length
1. Combat (Afro Season II) (featuring P. Dot) 2:50
2. You Already Know (featuring Inspectah Deck, Suga Bang Bang, Kool G. Rap) 2:48
3. Blood Thicker Than Mud "Family Affair" (featuring Sly Stone, Stone Mecca, Reverand William Burks) 3:33
4. Whar (featuring Ghostface Killah, Kool G. Rap, Tash Mahogany) 4:25
5. Girl Samurai Lullaby (featuring Stone Mecca, Rah Digga) 3:21
6. Fight for You (featuring Thea Van Seijen) 2:01
7. Bitch Gonna Get Ya' (featuring Rah Digga) 3:37
8. Bloody Days Bloody Nights (featuring Thea, Prodgical Sunn) 1:47
9. Kill Kill Kill (featuring Monk) 2:44
10. Nappy Afro (featuring Boy Jones) 3:36
11. Bloody Samurai (featuring Black Knights, Dexter Wiggles, Thea Van Seijen) 3:34
12. Dead Birds (featuring Killah Priest, Prodgical Sunn) 2:22
13. Arch Nemesis (featuring Ace) 2:48
14. Brother's Keeper (featuring Reverand William Burks, Infinite) 3:42
15. Yellow Jackets (featuring Ace) 3:04
16. Take the Sword Pt. III (featuring KINETIC, Chris Barber, 60 Second Assassin, Monk, Reverand William Burks, Bobby " Digital " Dixon, Crisi, Leggezin) 10:50
17. Number One Samurai (Afro Season II Outro) (featuring 9Th Prince) 2:56



Something of a companion piece to 2007’s Afro Samurai: The Soundtrack, Afro Samurai: Resurrection provides listeners with yet another batch of RZA-helmed material originally slated for use on the animated Spike TV broadcast series of the same name. While Resurrection’s predecessor saw RZA indulging in some uncharacteristic but largely successful experiments with atmospheric instrumentals and menacing R&B, this latest entry in the Afro Samurai series seems a bit more conventional. It finds him fashioning a series of rugged beats that hearken back to his early ‘90s heyday for a series of Wu veterans and distinguished guests to flow over. On the highlight “Whar” RZA even goes so far as to resurrect the stuttering rhythm and discomfiting buzzing of Enter the Wu-Tang’s “Clan In da Front” to generally satisfying effect. Though these nods to the Wu-Tang legacy may please nostalgic fans, interestingly some of the most inspiring performances on Resurrection are turned in by MC’s with no affiliation with the Wu-Tang Clan, most notably the legendary Kool G. Rap and Rah Digga, formerly of Masta Ace’s INC crew.