La the Darkman, Heist Of The Century
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Genre: HIP HOP
Format: 2 LP
Date de parution: 1998
Date de la réedition: 2024


Side A:

A1. Lucci

A2. Shine

A3. City Lights

A4. What Thugs Do (feat. DJ Rodgers & Puff)

Side B:

B1. Heist of the Century (feat. Killa Sin) 

B2. Fifth Disciple

B3. Now Y

B4. Spring Water (feat. Raekwon)

B5. 4 Souls (feat. Shotti Screwface)

Side C:

C1. Street Life (feat. Tekitha) 

C2. Love (feat. Maia Campbell) 

C3. Figaro Chain (feat. Havoc) 

C4. Polluted Wisdom

C5. Gun Rule

Side D:

D1. Element of Surprise (feat. Masta Killa & U-God) 

D2. Az the World Turnz (feat. Raekwon)

D3. Wu-Blood Kin (feat. Ghostface Killah & 12 O’Clock) 

D4. I Want It All


To celebrate the 25th anniversary of La the Darkman’s Heist of the Century LP, Coalmine Records has partnered up with the Brooklyn native for a special edition vinyl reissue, marking the first time that the record’s been repressed since its original release. This album is widely regarded as one of the strongest and most underrated releases from a Wu-Tang Clan affiliate, and it’s easy to understand why once you hear its dynamic 18 tracks.

The Killer Bee embodies the raw spirit of the Wu while adding his own signature gritty flavor throughout Heist of the Century. He shines whether he’s spitting solo on standouts like “Shine,” “Street Life,” and the title track, and when he’s joined by rap heavyweights like Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Havoc, and Masta Killah. Rae actually delivers two show-stopping guest performances on”Az the World Turns” and “Spring Water.” The production lineup is just as serious, which boasts credits from the likes of RZA, DJ Muggs, Havoc, 4th Disciple, as well as Carlos “Six July” Broady—who produced 10 tracks—among others.

Whether you were there day one, only started diving into the Wu’s vast discography recently, or somewhere in between, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better representation of their sound than Heist of the Century.

Producer Credits:

• A1, A2, A4, B3, B4, B5, C1, C5, D3 & D4 prod. by Six July 

• A3&C3 prod by Havoc

• B1 prod. by DJ Muggs.

• B2, C2, D1 & D2 prod. by 4th Disciple

• C4 prod. by Rza

Press Quote:

“Heist of the Century undeniably continues in the vein of the surrealistic, orchestral sound that branded the Wu-Tang Clan as one of the most revolutionary hip-hop groups of the decade.” - MTV