Raekwon ‎– Immobilarity

Loud Records ‎– 496361 2, Epic ‎– EPC 496361 2, Epic ‎– 4963612000
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1 Intro (Skit) 2:19
2 Yae Yo
Producer – Carlos "Six July" Broady
3 Casablanca 3:51
4 100 Rounds 4:53
5 Real Life
Producer – DJ Devastator
6 Power
Featuring – American Cream Team
7 Skit No. 1 1:05
8 All I Got Is You Pt. II
Featuring – Big Bub
9 Jury
Co-producer – Sean "Black" BakerFeaturing – Kim Stephens
10 Fuck Them
Featuring – Method Man
11 Skit No. 2 1:29
12 Live From New York 3:26
13 My Favorite Dred 1:58
14 Friday 3:25
15 The Table
Featuring – Masta Killa
16 Sneakers
Producer – Pete Rock
17 Raw
Featuring – American Cream Team
18 Pop Shit 3:18
19 Heart To Heart 4:04
20 Forecast 3:08
21 Outro 1:09

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© 1999 Loud Records LLC/℗ 1999 Loud Records LLC

Made in Austria.

All Tracks Co-Produced by Raekwon & Power for American Cream Team Productions
A&R: Mel Carter for American Cream Team & Mike "Trauma" D. for Loud Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099749 636125
  • Barcode (String): 5099749636125
  • Label Code: LC 00199
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony Music S4962612000-0101 11 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): Sony Music S4963612000-0101 11 A3
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1,2): IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 948P
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 946R

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CK 63844 Chef Raekwon* Immobilarity(CD, Album) Loud Records CK 63844 US 1999 Sell This Version
RPROLP4346 Raekwon Immobilarity Instrumentals(2xLP, Promo) Loud Records RPROLP4346 US 1999 Sell This Version
none Raekwon Immobilarity(CDr, Album) Epic, Whitfield Street Mastering Studios none UK Unknown Sell This Version
RPROLP4323 Raekwon Immobilarity (Clean)(2xLP, Album, Promo) Loud Records RPROLP4323 US 1999 Sell This Version
CK 63844 Chef Raekwon* Immobilarity(CD, Album) Loud Records CK 63844 US 1999 Sell This Version



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May 16, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
As mentioned by Sykonee, Immobilarity didn't receive critical acclaim or see commercial success but it's possibly my favorite Reakwon album. It didn't have the Wu-Tang sound or a snappy single or really much promotion. These things worked against it st the time and I think still do today.

For me it worked because it was a such a departure. Face it, at the time we were all getting sick of the weak Wu-Tang sub-projects and affiliates. The Rza's production became shoddy when he quit sampling and their in-house producers were just making vague shadows of his sound. '99 was really the begining of the Wu's decline.

Immobilarity's only real flaw was it should have ended with "The Table" and thew "Sneakers" after the "Outro" as a hidden track which were becoming popular at the time. Seriously burn a CD like this, give it a spin and let it ride. You'll come to realize that this was a concept album, a soundtrack to a "Wu-Gambino's" flick that doesn't exist. Every track leads into the next and reveals the plot. This album must be taken in as a piece, that is until "Sneakers" which is a great song but doesn't fit the album and the remaining tracks just bring the album's flow to a halt.

I feel that the album was ahead of it's time. Think Jay-Z's "American Gangtser" with the Jazz/Soul samples replaced with "The Godfather"'s string's and piano and "Scarface"'s late 70's early 80's pop synths. But in the bling era of multi-disc releases there was no room for a 50 minute laid back ghetto crime story on a major label. Today that wouldn't be an issue. Give it a chance, it's a worthy follow up to "Only Built 4 Cuban Links".