Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele album FLAC
Ironman is the debut solo album by American rapper Ghostface Killah, released on October 29, 1996, by Epic Records. It was produced by fellow Wu-Tang Clan member RZA. The album's music draws prominently on blaxploitation films and soul samples. More so than on other solo debuts from the group's members, Ironman contains references to the Nation of Gods and Earths.
Words like tidal waves drown you as you gulp for air, just trying to tread water and interpret what was said four bars ago. Ears twitch, you catch the aroma of Kansas fried chicken as it whips past, the grievous ululations of mothers mourning their dead sons. It’s just that-slang. It’s real, but it’s what it means at that time. If hip-hop’s original rule was the Wild Style, Supreme Clientele shatters every precept while still respecting the foundation. There are scratches, breakbeats, and the (mostly) good-natured insanity to be the greatest. It’s the wildest style, rap stretched to silly putty lengths, as far as you can go without falling off the edge of the needle.
Supreme Clientele is the second studio album of American rapper and Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, released February 8, 2000 on Epic Records. The album showcases Ghostface's signature up-tempo, ess rhyme style, and features guest appearances from Cappadonna, GZA, Masta Killa, Method Man, Raekwon, Redman, RZA, U-God, and others. If features members of what would become affiliates Theodore Unit and .
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Supreme Clientele (Instrumental) (2xLP, Album, Promo). Razor Sharp Records, Epic. Supreme Clientele (Cass, Album, Promo).
You can call Supreme Clientele a master class in the art of rhyming. Released in 2000, the album showcases an adrenaline-pumped Ghost spitting with pure venom and showcasing his trademark lyrical non-sequiturs. Over blasting '70s horn samples, he tag-teams with Raekwon on the boisterous "Apollo Kids," drops deep science on the Golden Age-inspired "Mighty Healthy," pens a vivid storyline on the frantic "Saturday Nite," and even reminisces about playground crushes on the innocent, piano-driven "Child's Play. Supreme Clientele Ghostface Killah . You can call Supreme Clientele a master class in the art of rhyming.
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|A4||Saturday Nite (Edit)|
Featuring – Superb
Featuring – Raekwon
Featuring – The RZA*
Featuring – Cappadonna, Masta Killah*, Method Man, Redman
|A10||Woodrow The Base Head|
Featuring – 60 Second Assassin
|B2||We Made It
Featuring – Superb
|B3||Stroke Of Death|
|B4||Iron’s Theme - Intermission|
|B6||Who Would You Fuck|
|B9||Wu Banga 101
Featuring – Cappadonna, GZA, Masta Killah*, Raekwon
|B11||Iron’s Theme - Conclusion|
- Record Company – Epic International
- Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
NotesTracks A10, B14 and B16 don’t appear on the cassette format of the retail version.
|EK 69325, 69325||Ghostface Killah||Supreme Clientele (CD, Album)||Epic, Razor Sharp Records, Epic||EK 69325, 69325||US||2000|
|EPC 491955 1||Ghostface Killah||Supreme Clientele (2xLP, Album)||Epic||EPC 491955 1||Europe||2000|
|E2 69325||Ghostface Killah||Supreme Clientele (2xLP, Album)||Epic||E2 69325||US||2000|
|E2S 12700||Ghostface Killah||Supreme Clientele (Instrumental) (2xLP, Album, Promo)||Razor Sharp Records, Epic||E2S 12700||US||2000|
|none||Ghostface Killah||Supreme Clientele (2xLP, Album, Promo, Cle)||Razor Sharp Records||none||US||2000|