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Return to Mecca
X-Clan was signed to Suburban Noize Records in late 2005(Novemeber or October, I'm not sure). Being a follower of the record label, I noticed X Clan debuted 'Return To Mecca' sometime in 2006. I was then confused with a release date of Return From Mecca on October 31st 2006... As I have not ordered Return To Mecca, I did not know the music. After listening to SNIRS[www.snirs.com], the record labels own internet radio station, I heard new X Clan music which I assumed was from Return To Mecca. Listening to the songs, you can hear old lyrics on new beats and a DJ on the track announcing it as mix-tape. My assumtion was wrong and the mixtape music is from The Underground Scrolls Street Tape Vol.1... which boggles my knowledge of the existance of Return To Mecca. If anyone knows anything about these albums could you update the X-Clan Page?
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X-Clan vs. XClan vs. X Clan
Historically, the groups name has been spelled "XClan" (with no space) and more recently, they have put a space between "X" and "Clan" ("X Clan") but I've never seen it with a dash ("X-Clan")... For some reason, all instances on Wikipedia spell it with the dash ("X-Clan"). Is there a reason for this? Should it be fixed..? 18.104.22.168 (talk) 04:56, 11 July 2012 (UTC)
- I've moved the page for now. A lot of reviewers spell it as X-Clan, but it appears that the group itself didn't use the hyphen. --GentlemanGhost (talk) 21:32, 18 March 2013 (UTC)
"Voodoo, runnin from ma magic" original sample?
Is Tribal Jam the original song the lyric is sampled from? It's used in Guerillas in tha Mist by Da Lench Mob, in Southwest Voodoo by ICP, and Hokus Pokus by Tung Twista. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 07:06, 30 July 2013 (UTC)