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Thread: Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele

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    my fav album from ghost...this is pure gold...i can't even say how dope this shit is!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fright View Post
    nice review, but Ghost Deini only 3,5???it definately deserves more
    yeah it's a great song, but.... when i bang this real loud in my car, i feel just dumb when ghost sings "ooooh marvin, biggiiie, 2paaaac, we miss you sooooo". this is so out of tune it's embarrassing ^^ if it wasnt for false singing, it would for sure be a 5/5

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    I perfer Ironman because it's more cinnamatic

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    classic
    ghost deini is ill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mista JpKoff View Post
    yeah it's a great song, but.... when i bang this real loud in my car, i feel just dumb when ghost sings "ooooh marvin, biggiiie, 2paaaac, we miss you sooooo". this is so out of tune it's embarrassing ^^ if it wasnt for false singing, it would for sure be a 5/5
    i really like that part, thought ghost pulled it off.

    i could see how someone wouldnt like it tho, its totally an opinion thing




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    Just when I thought ghost couldn't make anything better than ironman...
    Clientele changed a whole lot of shit.Definite classic.

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    one of the greatest alltime.

    ill shit.


    9/10
    ONGH!!!! SHIT STINK BIG GATORZ , MY DETROIT PLAYAZ ONGH!!!


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    Crazy album. Didn't expect to hear what was on it. Was too deep for me and didn't listen much. Put it on later and 'Ah - now I get it'. A true classic.

    I have a strange disc of this too. It is a gold cd with wording like 'final mastered version' or similar. Found it in a charity shop in London. Cant recall exact wording and it's currently in my loft but always wondered if it was a rare version or final studio cut or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesbian Nun View Post
    Grand Masters, Heavy Mental, Supreme Clientele and No said date are the 3 greatest wu-tang albums to come out after Wu-tang Forever...

    but out of those four it's my least favorite...

    it's a pure classic...

    though not as good as ironman in my oppinion...
    lol go back to school kid.


    this album is sick, best track mighty healthy.

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    LOL thanks New Hills 36 for Resurrecting a 4 year old thread


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    Thanx Thrilla

    I'm listening to this as I write (for about 5th time straight!). In my earlier review of BDR I was pretty negative and felt I should relisten to check that was fair. It wasn't - but next up in the library is SC!

    And the point being....This could well be the Epic of all Epics in the Wu catalogue. Never thought I'd say that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mista JpKoff View Post
    yeah it's a great song, but.... when i bang this real loud in my car, i feel just dumb when ghost sings "ooooh marvin, biggiiie, 2paaaac, we miss you sooooo". this is so out of tune it's embarrassing ^^ if it wasnt for false singing, it would for sure be a 5/5
    Nah I love his amateurish singing on this album.


    Nutmeg - 5/5 Ghost gives us flow lesson on this one, rhyming words that are....unrhymable

    One - 5/5 Classic beat, ghost's flow is again remarkable, especially on second verse.

    Saturday Nite - 5/5 Short but effective.

    Ghost Deini - 5/5 I love this beat. It needed some time for superb's verse to grow on me.

    Apollo Kids - 5/5 Not much to say, classic banger.

    The Grain - 3/5 This song never grew much on me. It sounds like a tribute to old school, but i never found this song fitting for the rest ot the album. But the Ghost/Rza combo on this album is phenomenal, so this song manages to pull out solid 3

    Buck 50 - 4/5 I never found the beat on this song to be anything special, and being that this is rza production it didn;t fulfill my expectations. Cappa, Meth and Red came alright but nothing special. ghost simply outshines them.

    Mighty Healthy - 5/5 Classic movie sample, beat is great, ghost is again in his crazy mode.

    Stay True - 5/5 This beat is perfect for Ghost and his wandering type rap.

    We Made It - 5/5 Very catchy song, with catchy hook. Great guest appearances.

    Stroke of Death - 5/5 Now this is something different. This song is uncompromisingly different from the rest, and because moments like this, this album is classic.
    I love how rza comes in.

    Malcolm - 4/5 The beat seems kind of unfinished. It is not catchy like rest of the beats.
    Ghost is on his level again.

    Child's play - 5/5 This may be my favourite song of the album. This is out of this world.
    The beat change on second verse is beautiful

    Cherchez LaGhost - 3/5 this could be longer, but it suits the album perfectly. Party song with crazy vocals.

    Wu Banga - 5/5 Wu Banga.


    I would point out at the star of this album. Rza.

    And not so much because his beatmaking, mixing involvement, but because his verses.

    He was truly in top form and his verses on nutmeg, grain, stroke of death can be considered for some of the best on the album.

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    This was one of my favorite albums back in the day, still is

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    I true hip-hop classic. No question.
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    I've been digging this one lately. I'm really torn between whats the better album, this, Ironman, or Fishscale? They are all so good and it's a testament to Ghost's consistency that it's such a tough decision.

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