I personally think so because i think it had a lot more heart put into the lyrics. I felt like a lot of songs had the heart of the old Tech. What do you guys think?
T H I S
WTSL - 19 tracks - 0 skits = 19 songs
A6&7 - 31 tracks - 6 skits = 25 songs
Out of the 19 songs on wtsl there were no skits. and 6s and 7s there were about 5 skits which means about 20 actual songs... WTSL had way better features there were no parts to skip over...
No annoying hooks like boogie man...
I fucken hated that high pitch dude, killed the song
Mac Thunder said:
A6A7 > WTSL
This takes nothing away from WTSL, as it is by far my favorite Collabos album to ever become an addition to Tech's catalogue. The way I see it, A6A7 just offered a much better overall product marking a legendary release within Tech's career. A6A7 produced numerous long awaited collaborations for me such as Hopsin, B.o.B., Busta Rhymes, Yelawolf, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Snoop Dogg, and Deftones. Including all of the bonus material there are 25 songs total on A6A7, not counting the skits, whereas WTSL only contains 19 songs. I'm always in support of quality over quantity but that argument really wouldn't have any relevance in this case because each song on A6A7 was a solid work of art. I can see why some people may prefer WTSL's "sound" to A6A7's in general but instrumentals simply don't overshadow lyrical content and concept delivery in my book.