"I drop [sample sets] like girls be droppin' babies" ... The one-man army Ason... Russell Jones was like no other and accordingly, he was called the 'Bastard': there was no father to his style. Teamed up with the production wizardry of his fellow Wu-Tang Clansmen RZA, the duo put out a peculiar and vintage effort in 1995's Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, Dirty's debut solo album. Featuring classics like 'Brooklyn Zoo' and 'Shimmy Shimmy Ya', this album is a must have; and so are the samples! There's some great and surprisingly cool stuff in here; it's even got the explicit brilliance of the late Richard Pryor! Ya gotta love it!