is the second solo album recorded by funk musician Roger Troutman, released in 1984 on the Warner Bros. The album contains Troutman's cover of Wilson Pickett's "In the Midnight Hour", which reached on the . R&B chart, as well as hits "In the Mix" and "Girl Cut It Out", a duet with Wanda Rash. Like his previous solo offering, The Many Facets of Roger, Troutman and his band mates from Zapp, including brothers Lester, Larry and Terry, helped contribute to the album.
The Saga Continues (Wu-Tang Clan album). The Saga Continues is a compilation album by Wu-Tang Clan, produced by long-time producer Mathematics released on October 13, 2017 on eOne. The album was mixed by Josh Gannet. The group name was shortened to "Wu-Tang" to mark the fact that the album features all Wu-Tang Clan members except U-God due to his legal issues with the group over royalties.
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The Saga Continues is a compilation album by Wu-Tang Clan and its long-time producer Mathematics, released on October 13, 2017 on eOne. The group name was shortened to "Wu Tang" (the lack of hyphen and "Clan") because it is not group official studio album yet rather Mathematics' album on Wu-Tang members features on it. The album features all Wu-Tang Clan members except U-God due to its legal issues with the group over royalties. It also features guest appearance from Streetlife, Redman, Cappadonna, Sean Price and others. So he was really given the task and he took the task upon himself to go and start having the members re-energize their verses to the classic Wu-Tang sound. After he got it to a certain degree, he was like, I’m going to come over and show you where we’re at. He showed me and I was like, Yo, The Saga Continues".
Tracklist: 1. In The Mix, 2. Play Your Guitar, Brother Roger, 3. The Break Song, 4. I Keep Trying, 5. Midnight Hour, 6. Bucket Of Blood, 7. . The Saga Continue. y: Roger Troutman (1984, Electronic). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Roger Troutman
Unique, creative, and the consummate showman, are only a few of the adjectives you could use to describe The Saga Continues. Roger uses his vocoder or talk box to great effects on a sizzling, squealing version of Wilson Pickett's "In the Midnight Hour," accompanied by the Mighty Clouds of Joy. A bouncy "In The Mix" soared to R&B in 1984. Ex-Ohio Players' keyboardist, Billy Beck helps on keyboards, and Maceo Parker adds his usual awesome sax outbursts
The Saga Continues is full of competent if forgettable rapping straight out of the Wu-Tang manuscripts, and each Wu rapper does a serviceable job mustering up shades of their primes, in function. The verses don’t do what they used to, but at a distance they move in the same ways. Songs are sketches using old Clan templates. As pointless as the project is, The Saga Continues isn’t a complete drag. Method Man and Redman, longtime partners in crime, come away as the standouts. They’re consistent, delivering the best verses on People Say and reuniting as a tag-team for the loud-mouthed Hood Go Bang! But early on, Redman all but provides the compilation’s thesis: At my age it’s all about bread/Tryna be nice at 40, you can have it all shawty/I’m tryna make history, and history say: ‘Fuck rap,’ I divorced her, the bitch bore me.