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The Faster Blade - Ghostface Killah - Ironman (CD, Album)

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  1. Ironman is the solo debut album by Ghostface Killah, released October 29, , on Epic askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.co mainly produced by fellow group member RZA, .

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  2. Ironman is the debut solo album by Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ghostface Killah, released in Many music critics have praised the album for Ghostface Killah's imaginative lyricism and RZA's production style, with some revering it as one of the greatest Wu-Tang solo albums of all time. gram audiophile vinyl Gatefold sleeve.

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  3. The Faster Blade: A4: B1 * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Ghostface Killah keeps the Wu-Tang Clan saga alive in late '96 with the fifth solo release by a member of the hip-hop dynasty from New York's Staten Island. But like the other solo albums, Ironman. plays like a Wu-Tang album; it was.

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  4. Faster Blade Lyrics: Know what im sayin? You on the corners and shit. Ya know? / Just gotta be on something. Hands down shit. YaknowhatImean? / Just keepin ya eyes and ears open at all times.

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  5. Ghostface Killah; Ironman; The Faster Blade Lyrics. Ghostface Killah – The Faster Blade. No Comments; 0 Tags; Ay yo, movin' on these niggas like they old soul, bro You know how we go, we go shift 'em out like Paleco Fine, proteges off top.

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  6. Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Cappadonna - Ironman. , CD, Hip-Hop. Complete your Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Cappadonna music collection. Find CDs, tapes & records.

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  7. May 09,  · 2. Ironman - the soul chamber - the best RZA beats, only ONE weaker track (Black Jesus). 3. Liquid Swords - best lyrics - works best as a concept album - colder beats and feel - this is timeless and strong! After that 4. Only Built 4 Cubin Linx - Rainy Days & the 12"s, very strong LP. 5. ODB Album - Strong LP if in the right "mood". /5().

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  8. Editors' Notes In another great solo debut on the Wu-Tang family tree, Ghostface Killah takes advantage of RZA’s production. Ghostface’s frantic and layered narratives are thickened by soul samples like the Jackson 5’s “Maybe Tomorrow” and repurposed for “All That I Got Is You,” a poignant rumination on his hardscrabble childhood.

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