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When asked to comment on the collection, designer Jonny Johansson had this to say, “These are times that everybody is dressed in hoods—urban apocalyptic, like Mad Max—but for me it was important to show something beautiful, inspiring maybe, without being pretentious.”

The W received generally positive reviews from music critics. At Metacritic , which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 80, based on 17 reviews. [6] Aside from calling Wu-Tang "the best rap group ever," Kris Ex of Rolling Stone called the album "A sonic gestalt that exists somewhere between the Queensbridge projects and OutKast 's Stankonia . " [13] The Rolling Stone Album Guide later gave the album four-and-a-half out of five stars in 2004, and called its production "possibly RZA's most consistent yet." [14] Entertainment Weekly ' s Matt Diehl gave The W a B+ rating, and remarked that the members sound "utterly mellow on their third album." He further stated " The W forgoes innovation and simply revels in the Clan's strengths: the way their star rappers toss around rhymes as if playing catch; RZA's skulking, string-enhanced beats." [8] Kelefa Sanneh of The Village Voice declared it "The best-produced Wu-affiliated album since GZA 's 1995 Liquid Swords . [17] Q gave the album four out of five stars and stated " The W is largely a return to murky idiosyncratic form after 1997's filler-bloated Wu-Tang Forever . Weighing in at a svelte 60 minutes, it plays to the group's main strengths: brutal hooks and scary ambience." [6] Dave Heaton of PopMatters described it as "the sound of a group growing up and realizing that collaboration can lead to endless creativity" and commented on its significance in the group's catalogue, stating:

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