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Inspectah Deck Albums

The Resident Patient 2 (2014)

Manifesto (2010)

Resident Patient (2006)

The Resident Patient (2006)

The Movement (2003)

Uncontrolled Substance (1999)

Cynthia's Son (0)

Essential Underground Hip Hop (0)


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12th Chamber

40th Street Black / We Will Fight

5 Star G

9 Milli Bros.

9th Chamber

9th Chamber Part II *

9th Chamber Pt. 2

A Better Tomorrow

A Lil Story

A Star is Born

A.W.O.L. (Animal Way Of Life)

Above the Clouds

Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone

Air 'Em Out

All I Want Is Mine

All In Together Now

All My Life

Always N.Y

Alwayz N.Y


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Inspectah Deck Biography:



Inspectah Deck was one of the Wu-Tang Clan's lesser-known members, despite his talent as both an MC and producer. Born Jason Hunter, Deck earned the first part of his nickname as the quiet, watchful eye in the corner; his other aliases included Rollie Fingers, Fifth Brother, and Rebel INS, the latter a graffiti name tag he used as a youngster. Deck was born in Brooklyn but grew up on Staten Island, attending school with several future Wu members. He was heard on most of the key tracks from the group's classic 1993 debut, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), including the singles "C.R.E.A.M." and "Protect Ya Neck." He made guest appearances on most of the ensuing Wu-Tang solo projects, with particularly attention-grabbing work on Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx and Genius' Liquid Swords. However, the release of his own solo debut -- which was rumored completed in 1995 -- was postponed indefinitely. Meanwhile, "Let Me at Them," effectively a Deck solo track that was credited to the Clan, appeared on the Tales From the Hood soundtrack in 1995. Deck was an overlooked presence on the Clan's sprawling second album, Wu-Tang Forever (1997); among other appearances, he produced the track "Visionz" and contributed the essentially solo "The City." In 1999, he finally released his debut solo album, Uncontrolled Substance, which featured a number of less-exposed Wu-Tang affiliates as guests, not to mention more of Deck's own production. The record sold pretty well, climbing into the Top Five of the R&B charts. Deck subsequently returned to the Wu-Tang fold for the albums The W and Iron Flag. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide



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