Album: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Label: Loud
Producer: RZA

If there is one thing that Wu-Tang will bring, it's ruckus. Do not ask them to bring an entree to a potluck dinner party. Instead of a scrumptious baked macaroni and cheese side dish, it will be a scrumptious side dish of ruckus. If Wu-Tang attends a white elephant gift exchange, they will not bring a humorous trinket from the Shaolin Temple.

What they will bring is ruckus, and unless you want that (and who wouldn't?) don't pick their gift. When listening to Wu-Tang, we can't be held responsible for our actions. Their signature dusty drums and prominent bass tap into that primeval part of our brains, and we just want to get buck wild and fuck shit up. "Bring Da Ruckus" is no exception.

This Song Also Makes Us Want To: Hulk Smash the Ground So Hard That the Earth and, by Extension, Time Stops. We Then Travel Near and Far Putting Every Person Who Owns a Pair of Banana Republic Chinos Onto a Boat. We Send That Boat to Antarctica, and Sink It Halfway There