Dirty Weaponry

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Dirty Weaponry
Studio album by Killarmy
Released August 11, 1998 (1998-08-11)
Recorded 1998
Genre Hip Hop
Length 47 min
Label Wu-Tang/Priority/EMI Records
0499 2 50014 2 6
P2-50014
Producer 4th Disciple
Mathematics
Russ Prez
Killarmy chronology
Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
(1997)
Dirty Weaponry
(1998)
Fear, Love & War
(2001)
Alternative cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Rap4Fame.de 4.5/5 stars[2]

Dirty Weaponry is the second album by hip-hop group Killarmy, released one year after its debut, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. The majority of the album was produced by group member 4th Disciple, with additional production coming from Wu-Elements producer Mathematics. The album features guests appearances from Wu-Tang Clan affiliates Killah Priest (of Sunz of Man) and Holocaust (of Black Knights). The album includes the singles "Red Dawn" and "The Shoot Out."

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Galactics" Mathematics
  • First verse: Islord
  • Second verse: Beretta 9
  • Third verse: Dom Pachino
  • Fourth verse: 9th Prince
  • Chorus: Dom Pachino
2 "Allah Sees Everything" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Dom Pachino
  • Second verse: Islord
  • Third verse: 9th Prince
  • Chorus: Killah Priest
3 "5 Stages of Consciousness" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Killa Sin
  • Second verse: Dom Pachino
  • Third verse: Beretta 9
  • Fourth verse: Islord
  • Fifth verse: 9th Prince
  • Sixth verse: ShoGun Assasson
4 "Unite to Fight" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: ShoGun Assasson
  • Second verse: 9th Prince
5 "Murder Venue" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Beretta 9
  • Second verse: Dom Pachino
  • Third verse: 9th Prince
  • Fourth verse: Killa Sin
  • Chorus: Islord
6 "Doomsday" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Holocaust
  • Second verse: Beretta 9
  • Third verse: Dom Pachino
  • Chorus: Holocaust
7 "Red Dawn" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Dom Pachino
  • Second verse: 9th Prince
  • Third verse: Beretta 9
  • Chorus: Dom Pachino
8 "The Shoot Out" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Dom Pachino
  • Second verse: Beretta 9
  • Third verse: Islord
  • Fourth verse: Dom Pachino
  • Fifth verse: Killa Sin
9 "Bastard Swordsman" Mathematics
  • First verse: Dom Pachino
  • Second verse: Holocaust
  • Third verse: 9th Prince
  • Fourth verse: ShoGun Assasson
  • Chorus: Dom Pachino, Holocaust
10 "Last Poet" Russ Prez
  • First verse: Dom Pachino
  • Second verse: Islord
  • Third verse: 9th Prince
11 "Serving Justice" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Dom Pachino, Killa Sin
  • Second verse: 9th Prince
  • Chorus: Dom Pachino, 9th Prince
12 "Where I Rest At" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: Killa Sin
  • Second verse: ShoGun Assasson
  • Chorus: Beretta 9
13 "Pain" 4th Disciple
  • First verse: ShoGun Assasson
  • Second verse: Islord
  • Third verse: Beretta 9
  • Fourth verse: 9th Prince
  • Fifth verse: Killa Sin

Album singles[edit]

Single information
"Red Dawn" (Promo single)
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Wu-Tang/Priority Records
  • B-Side: "Where I Rest At"
"The Shoot Out" (Clean version)
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Wu-Tang/Priority Records
  • B-Side: "The Shoot Out" (LP version)

Album chart positions[edit]

Year Album Chart positions
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums
1998 Dirty Weaponry 40 13

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