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on 23 November 2017
This is a soundtrack to a fictional movie with a crazy plot which I probably wouldn't care for otherwise, but as an album by the charismatic Ghostface Killah it is a thoroughly enjoyable thrill ride. He may be effectively reading from a script but that's a good thing here. Producer Adrian Younge has brought out the best in Ghost, and also his co-stars who are all members or affiliates of the legendary Wu tang clan. It would have been nice if the album had been longer than 40 minutes, but on the plus side there are really no skippable tracks. Definitely one of the best latter day Wu tang albums.
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on 27 December 2015
Ok
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on 22 April 2013
Haunting beats produced to perfection coupled with trademark Ghostface spitting and the boss collaborations that are obligatory for any WU related record. Everything about this album oozes class, even the artwork. BUY IT- regardless of whether or not you're a hip hop fan. Anyone who appreciates art will appreciate this. I can't recommend it highly enough.
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on 30 January 2014
I honestly thought I had heard all the good hip hop that would ever come from a Wu affiliate.. I was wrong.

This album is pure fire, Adrian Younge has crafted an album that cannot be faulted. The instrumenals are especially a cut above the usual similar fare offered, being stand alone tunes that can happily sit as the background of many an occasion without ever becoming repetitive.

Some of the beats are inspired reworks that somehow just manage to hit you out the ball park.. If your a fan of Wu or GFK this should be a must own.

Only other album to come close to this recently is the Czarface album by 7L Esoteric and Inspectah Deck, which is also pure fire.
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on 18 May 2013
This ain't no wu tang album chaps! If ur looking 4 a wu banger this ain't it. Ghost sticks his neck.out here & it does come off. More of a concept album than a pure GF realese. Took me 3 or 4 spins b4 I got it. If your. a head then buy it!!!!!!!!
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on 16 August 2013
The Clan had ups and downs but Ghostface Killah always handled his business. Funny concept, strong beats and bonus disk with all instumentals just ices the cake. This one can be put next to "Ironman" and "Supreme Clientelle" as his best efforts.
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on 11 June 2013
Brilliant album from the Ghostface Killah - a must have for any fan. He keeps on delivering on all levels with some serious rhymes and this is an awesome collaboration with Adrian Younge.
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on 20 May 2013
Yet another peerless demonstration of Ghostface Killah's hip-hop superiority. Up there with Apollo Kids and Supreme Clientele. Sounds fantastic on vinyl too.
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on 8 August 2013
Old school hip hop QUALITY from start to finish, the beats & Ghosts rhymes right on point on every track.
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on 6 October 2015
Stories rapped with live beats. A new fresh approach to hip hop.
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