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Product details

  • Audio CD (3 April 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury Records Ltd (London)
  • ASIN: B000E97HB2
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,631 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Return Of Clyde Smith (Skit)
  2. Shakey Dog
  3. Kilo - Ghostface Killah, Raekwon
  4. The Champ
  5. Major Operation (Skit)
  6. 9 Milli Bros - Ghostface Killah, Wu-Tang Clan
  7. Beauty Jackson
  8. Heart Street Directions (Skit)
  9. Columbus Exchange (Skit)/ Crackspot
  10. R.A.G.U. - Ghostface Killah, Raekwon
  11. Bad Mouth Kid (Skit)
  12. Whip You With A Strap
  13. Back Like That - Ghostface Killah, Ne-Yo
  14. Be Easy - Ghostface Killah, Trife Da God
  15. Clipse of Doom - Ghostface Killah, Trife
  16. Jellyfish - Ghostface Killah, Theodore Unit, Capadonna, Shawn Wigs, Trife
  17. Dogs Of War - Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Theodore Unit, Capadonna, Trife, Sun God
  18. Barbershop
  19. Ms. Sweetwater (Skit)
  20. Big Girl
  21. Underwater
  22. The Ironman Takeover (Skit)
  23. Momma - Ghostface Killah, Megan Rochell
  24. Three Bricks - Ghostface Killah, The Notorious B.I.G., Raekwon

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Ghostface has always been one of the most technically complex and lyrically in depth in the Clan and with Ironman and Supreme Clinetele he avoided the savage pot hole of the Wu solo album downfall e.g. Method Man with Tical 2000: Judgement Day. But with releases like Bulletproof Wallets it was obvious to see that Tony Starks wasn't on top of his game and needed to destroy the studio like the Ironman he is, Fishscale was the outcome. 24 songs of pure energy, vicious lyrics and perfect street portraits, Ghost throws everything he's got into this album to show that he is a force to be reckoned with in the world of Hip-Hop. The album opens with the pumping 'Shakey Dog' which is a reminder of how good Ghost is as a storyteller and from this excellent opener the album doesn't stop with hit after hit. The giant track 'The Champ' see's Tony taking shots at himself to prove his excellence, '9 Milli Bros' is the perfect crowd pleaser with all of the Clan including the deceased ODB, then short but sweet tracks like 'Beauty Jackson' and 'Whip Me With A Strap' recount Ghost's his old thug life. Lyrically the album is Ghost back at the top of his game, musically it is experimentally, fresh and completely genius and overall...it could be argued that it is the best Hip-Hop album of 2006 and one of the best of the decade.
Essential Tracks: Shakey Dog/The Champ/9 Milli Bros/Be Easy
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Ghost has done it again, before I heard the album I was a bit sceptical about the fact that Rza had not contributed to the production side of it, but on the first listen all that went straight out the window. MF Doom, Madlib, J-Dilla (R.I.P.) and Pete Rock as well as others take the production seat this time round, and their beats suit ghost's style perfectly. What I like the most about the album is the fact that ghost has returned to his dark grimey sound, which I'm sure fans will agree, is when he sounds his best. All Wu members appear on the album, Raekwon, his original rhyming partner appears on some of the best tracks on the album. I don't want to give too much away so I'll leave it at that, so in short, if you're a fan of the real Wu-tang sound, you will love this album. Can't wait for Cuban Linx Part 2!
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Ghostface's fifth solo album hit the UK shelves on Monday. I always worry about Ghost's output since Bulletproof Wallets but The Pretty Toney album was generally good, but you can't knock Supreme Clientele or Ironman so I was expecting a great album.
The album kicks off on some funky sh1t and Ghost's trademark soul samples are evident on many tracks.
You got production by Pete Rock-who is pretty much flawless as usual but most interesting (at least for me) are the tracks produced by MF DOOM-these tunes are pretty trippy but quite a departure for Ghost and a worthy addition to his back catalogue.
There is a full range of tunes on this LP from emotional tear jerkers like "Whip You With A Strap", thugged out stuff like "Crack Spot" and "Be Easy", plenty of Raekwon but the album does lack a killer RZA beat like "Run" on the last album. The track featuring The Wu Tang Clan is weird too-the vocals are almost too low in the mix and it sounds like its being done live on the radio or something.
Overall this album is worth buying for Ghostface fans, and anyone who thinks they know about hip-hop cos they rock to 50 cent and eminem should check this out-Ghost is like chewing dynamite.
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At last Ghostface is back with his 5th studio album and i'm loving it!
for me it's as good as Supreme Clientele!
of corse theres a few annoying tracks the most annoying being kilo.
Alot of future classics on here too i reckon such as back like that and be easy.
Also loving the tracks mf doom produced my faviorte being 9 Milli Bros which has the whole wu tang rhyming over dooms beats!
Top tracks:
9 Milli Bros
Clipse of Doom
Back Like That
Whip You with a Strap
Be Easy
Bottom line could be ghosts best work yet a future classic!!!!!
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It was likely that the members of the once mighty Wu-Tang Clan and their many relatives were becoming too prolific - releases post 1997 seemed too varied and many were lacking in quality. There became an idea that the initial wave of Wu-Tang Releases - 36 Chambers, Method Man's Tical, Raekwon's Only Built for Cuban Linx, Genius/GZA's Liquid Swords, Gravediggaz's 6 Feet Deep, ODB's Return to the 36 Chambers, & Ghostface Killah's Ironman set the bar too high and would remain unsurpassed. Follow-up albums by Genius/GZA, Ghostface and Method Man all seemed lacking, while the Cappadonna, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa and U God albums were lacklustre. To be fair, you could still get a one or two disc compilation of classics from the many albums released, and the soundtrack to Ghost Dog: the Way of the Samurai is one of the greatest Wu-related releases. Fishscale follows Supreme Clientale, Ghostface's album that received a mixed reception - possibly as it wasn't Ironman?

There is a notion that acts and producers who have appeared in the wake of the Clan have surpassed them and that the RZA and co are no longer pioneers - something that could be argued when you hear a producer like Dangermouse or Timbaland, or acts like Kanye West, The Neptunes and Outkast/The Dungeon Family. Fishscale has countered that notion, a concept album centred around cocaine (the source being `Fish' from `Ironman' or tracks like `Glaciers of Ice' & `Ice Cream' from `Only Built 4 Cuban Linx' as well as the `Scarface' references common to hip hop). It's done very well critically and was seen as the best hip hop release of 2006, which is fair enough - though am sure this popularity will irk others to suggest other albums for that honour!
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