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Motherless Child - Ghostface Killah - Ironman (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Ironman Ghostface Killah | Total duration: 1 h 09 min. Iron Maiden (Album Version) Motherless Child (Album Version) Ghostface Killah. Ironman. Writer: Earl Randle - J. Shaw - Robert Diggs - Dennis Coles - Corey Woods / Composers: Earl Randle - J. Shaw - Robert Diggs - Dennis Coles - Corey Woods.
  2. Ironman is the debut solo album by Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ghostface Killah, released in Produced by Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA, the album's music and lyrics draw prominently on Blaxploitation films and Soul samples. Many music critics have praised the album for Ghostface Killah's imaginative lyricism and RZA's prod.
  3. Ghostface Killah debuted his solo-career with Ironman in , which was well received by music critics. He has continued his success over the following years with critically acclaimed albums such as Supreme Clientele () and FishScale (). His stage name was taken from one of the characters in the kung fu film Mystery of Chessboxing.
  4. 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 Ghostface’s hardscrabble childhood.
  5. Lyrics to "Motherless Child" by GHOSTFACE KILLAH: [Sometimes I feel like a motherless child] / (Yo yo guzzlin forties, let's get it on fella, no doubt) / The Walla-bee Champ comes back / Iron Man strikes back (Lou Diamonds, Tony Starks) / Raid your whole empire / No doubt! / [Verse One: Raekwon the Chef] / Rich m.
  6. Editors’ Notes The first wave of classic Wu-Tang solo albums — Method Man’s Tical, GZA’s Liquid Swords, and Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx — were spare and cerebral. Ghostface Killah’s Ironman brought a burst of unbridled vulnerability to the crew’s aesthetic. Ghostface’s style fuses detail-oriented storytelling with stream-of-consciousness word association, but his.
  7. Then in in was Ghostface Killah's turn. My overall second favorite in the group (and probably the most skilled and lyrical). His album "Ironman" was very well anticipated but does it live up to the hype and can it follow the Wu-Tang pattern with all of their previous solid solo and group releases? /5().

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