The Movement (Inspectah Deck album)

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The Movement
Studio album by Inspectah Deck
Released June 10, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Rap
Length 58:50
Label Koch
Producer Phantom of the Beats
Arabian Knight
Falling Down
Inspectah Deck chronology
Uncontrolled Substance
The Movement
The Resident Patient
Wu-Tang Clan solo chronology
Legend of the Liquid Sword
The Movement
Birth of a Prince
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Movement is the second solo studio album by Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck. A departure from Uncontrolled Substance's darker, soul-inspired sound, The Movement is more upbeat and expressive. According to Inspectah Deck, "Uncontrolled Substance was just me as an ill lyricist wanting to put an album out. I just wanted to be heard. The Movement is like is me behind the scenes, behind everything. I'm doing ... everything. All the credits got Inspectah Deck on it this time. I was able to put my soul into it."[2]

Track listing[edit]

# Name Producer(s) Featured Guest(s) Time Samples(s)
1 "Intro (The Movement)" 0:49
2 "City High" Phantom of the Beats 3:18 *"City of Brotherly Love" by The Soul Survivors
3 "That Shit" Phantom of the Beats 4:03 *"Mirrorgate - Southern Oracle" by Klaus Doldinger
4 "Get Right" Phantom of the Beats 3:44
5 "The Movement" Ayatollah 3:56
6 "Who Got It" Ayatollah 4:08
7 "It's Like That" Arabian Knight 3:25
8 "Shorty Right There" Ayatollah Streetlife 2:59
9 "U Wanna Be" Phantom of the Beats 4:30
10 "Framed" Phantom of the Beats Kool G Rap and Killa Sin 2:51
11 "Bumpin' and Grindin'" Phantom of the Beats 4:05
12 "Vendetta" Ayatollah 3:37
13 "The Stereotype" Ayatollah 3:55 *"Evil Ways" by Stanley Turrentine
14 "That Nigga" Ayatollah 3:50 *"Lazy Susan" by The Spinners
15 "Big City" Phantom of the Beats 3:34
16 "Cradle to the Grave" Falling Down Mojehan 5:57



  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Q&A with Inspectah Deck at Wu-Tang Clan fansite