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Old 09-14-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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In lieu of my usual rambling introductory paragraphs to introduce Ghostface Killah's second album, Supreme Clientele, I'm opting instead to transcribe a conversation I had last weekend at the club, with an interesting gentleman whose conversation, oddly, matched exactly the topic of the blog I was about to write.

I'm not sure why this is important, but I feel the need to advise my two readers that this gentleman was dressed in the reddest suit I have ever seen.

I was keeping my drink company on the couches while my wife proceeded to have increasingly loud conversations with friends that couldn't hear her anyway over the soul-pounding New Wave that pumped through the sound system. The gentleman in question sat catty-corner, nursing a cigarette that wasn't actually lit (he thought I didn't notice, but I'm sharp when I need to be). He noted that I was being introverted, listening to Depeche Mode's "Behind The Wheel", and decided that interrupting my listening and people-watching experience would be the best way to make an impression.

Conveniently, he jumped right into the dialogue, as if it were already in progress.

"At a party in Staten Island, I met a fascinating artist, Dennis Coles. He told me he was working on his second album, and was worried about the response he would receive. It seems that, while his first album was well-liked by everyone, except for some guy with a blog that mentioned the work was lazy and unfocused, his crew of like-minded rappers had hit a serious roadblock in their creative process, and it showed in the criticisms of their work. Specifically, his closest comrade in the clan, Corey Woods, had also released a sophomore disc, one that was trashed royally by everyone, including, oddly, their mothers. Dennis was terrified that his career would go by the wayside, and needed reassurance."

I noted that it was amazing that I could hear him tell his story with such clarity in a loud club, especially with Ladytron's "Destroy Everything You Touch" blaring out of the speaker right next to my seat. I asked him to continue.

"Mr. Coles seemed like a shy individual with obvious talent for storytelling, and I liked the cut of his jib, whatever that means, I just always wanted to use that in a conversation, you know? Anyway, I wanted him to know that there would be nothing to worry about, but as is my tradition, I wanted to cut him a deal."

I suppose the funny look on my face prompted him to add, defensively, "No, no, I didn't take his soul. Not sure why, now that I think about it. But I guess I was in a good mood that evening, and the Long Island Iced Teas had my mind twisted. I asked young Dennis exactly what it was that he was concerned about.

"Dennis said, 'I want to make sure that my career isn't destroyed with the ravages of time. I don't want to sound conceited, but I think I have talent, and I don't want it to go to waste.' He waited a couple of moments, then softly added, 'I'm sick of Method Man getting all the shine in the clan. I want his spot.' I looked him dead in the eye and told him, if you're interested, I can guarantee the following for you. You, Dennis Coles, will be the most consistently successful artist in your immediate crew. Your songs will receive almost universal praise, and your career will span several more albums, some high-profile guest spots, a book deal, guest spots on a sitcom a young lady named Tina Fey will create in a few years, and a line of designer bathrobes with your signature touch. While the rest of the group will have to do battle with their past lives to ensure their careers will stand the test of a fickle and increasingly-critical listening audience, you will just be yourself, and the acclaim will come in by the buckets. And, to aid you with your immediate concern, your second disc will be widely heralded as the best sophomore disc by your nine-member clan. I can also make sure that Gary Grice's second album, widely known as one of the best rap albums of all time, will actually be considered his first album, since he was foolish enough to release an album before forming an allegiance to your group.

"Dennis looked at me with a puzzled look, not unlike the one you have right now. 'What's the catch?', he asked. I told him, I'm the type of guy that is straight with his clients; I don't like to bullshit with people in need. For starters, I will ensure that the leader of your clan will play a big part in your second album, in an executive-producer capacity, which is something that he will not do for any other sophomore album, save for his own, of course. However, your relationship with him will become strained after this disc, and his input will be severely limited as you slowly cut ties with him altogether, possibly due to some monetary issues, I don't know, I haven't figured that out yet.

"Dennis glared at me and said, 'That sounds reasonable'. I then explained that this wasn't all.

"I told Mr. Coles that, while he would find his career flooded with acclaim, his sales would suffer with each subsequent release. His record labels (I had predicted that he would be moved to another major within two years) will force him to make songs for the female audience, in a bid for radio airplay, which he won't receive anyway, except for possibly in New York. There will be severe problems with the issue of sample clearance, and most of his battles would be lost, thus affecting his artistic vision significantly. And finally, your overall success will ultimately result in the disbanding of your core crew, due to your own issues with their company that come to public light. Is that something you feel you could accept?

"Dennis nodded his head without hesitation, but then asked, 'Is there something that can be done with the tracklistings on my albums always being incorrect?' I told him I was sorry, that would be a continuing problem, especially on his sophomore disc, with which the listener would be advised to throw the liner notes away and come to his or her own conclusions. That was beyond my control, but he should wait a few years, and it would work itself out."

I found that the ice cubes in my drink had suddenly blended with the whiskey and Coke with alarming speed, rendering the beverage useless (and terrible tasting). My new friend in the red suit seemed to be emanating heat, but the look on his face was as cool as a polar bear sipping a milkshake in a snowstorm.

"I'm not sure why I told you that story just now, especially since we're in a club that just played Siouxsie & the Banshees and Joy Division back to back, but I saw you across the room and thought that you, out of everyone else here, would appreciate it for some reason."

He then rose and turned to leave.

"Hey, wait," I said. I just needed to know. "Did you have anything to do with U-God getting a second solo album?"

The man in the red suit smiled, teeth gleaming in the darkness, and said, "There are some things even I don't have a hand in." Then he walked back into the crowd, leaving me to ponder if I should dance with my wife to New Order's "Ceremony", or take advantage of the two dollar wells.

1. INTRO
Taken from the Iron Man cartoon series. This will be a recurring theme.

2. NUTMEG (FEAT THE RZA)
Not a bad way to start. The Rza didn't actually produce this song, but executive-produced the entire album, which in layman's terms means that Robert Digital had his digits in every single track on the album.

3. ONE
Juju (of The Beatnuts) provides a great backdrop for a fantastic nonsensical Ghostface rap.

4. SATURDAY NITE
This track sounds good, but is really short, so I'll take this time to mention that, in the liner notes, track number four is supposed to be "In The Rain", a song that died in the sample wars, although it's not hard to find on the Interweb.

5. GHOST DEINI (FEAT SUPERB)
A version of this song, where Ghost and Superb rhymed over the Ruthless Bastards's "Bastards" beat, was also never cleared, although that's probably due to the Bastards having released their song first. G-Unit coffee retriever and all-around jackass Antonio Yayo has claimed that Superb is actually the brains behind Supreme Clientele's lyrics; his reasoning is that Ghost's lyrics, essentially, made sense before this sophomore effort. Ghost's best man at his wedding Chef Raekwon has proven otherwise (which wasn't hard, since Superb sounds terrible on this song, and has been in jail since, apparently, right after the release of this album), and has extended an invitation to Yayo to suck on his left nut. Surprisingly, Yayo has since shut the fuck up; maybe there's some truth to the fact that the Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothing to fuck with. (Edit: Funnily enough, soon after I published this post, Ghostface actually responded to Yayo's bullshit claims; if you haven't read the interview on multiple other blogs, here's the link.)

6. APOLLO KIDS (FEAT RAEKWON)
The first single I remember seeing a video for. Ghost and Rae tear the shit out of a Hassan instrumental. I remember that my wife, back when she was my girlfriend, bought the 12-inch single of "Apollo Kids" as a random gift for me one day, without me ever having mentioned this song to her. Of course, I married her; everyone should have someone like that in their life.

7. THE GRAIN (FEAT THE RZA)
The first song that the casual listener will chance upon that isn't listed anywhere in the liner notes. Ghost and Rza rhyme over a traditional breakbeat, on a track that probably started the trend of Ghostface rhyming over breakbeats in a pinch. As a song, it sounds incomplete, but as two guys from the Wu rhyming, it sounds good.

8. BUCK 50 (FEAT METHOD MAN, CAPPADONNA, & REDMAN)
Fucking awesome. Rza brings a pounding beat for our ears, and Ghostface and Meth rhyme their asses off. Cappadonna, however, left all of his skills in his gypsy cab (which was still running outside), and almost ruins the song with his nonsensical tales involving Betty Crocker and her assorted weaponry, until Reggie Noble yanks him out of the booth and provides the funniest verse on the album. The line "Your weed [has] got more seeds than O.D.B." still kills me to this day. Once again, fucking awesome.

9. MIGHTY HEALTHY
Also pretty fucking awesome. Most Wu-Tang fans have already heard this masterpiece. For everyone else, snap out of Candy Land, kids, and seek it out.

10. WOODROW THE BASEHEAD
An unnecessarily long skit, one that wears out its welcome rather quickly.

11. STAY TRUE (FEAT 60 SECOND ASSASSIN)
This song is known in the liner as "Deck's Beat", which is a hilariously uncreative title for a song that features Ghostface jacking the beat from Inspectah Deck's "Elevation". At least Deck receives the production credit. Ghost would go on to jack many more beats throughout his still-evolving career.

12. WE MADE IT (FEAT SUPERB)
I never really cared for this song. I will say, though, that the liner notes only list Superb as the guest, but there are other people that didn't receive credit for being on here, the most important of which (relatively speaking) is Sunz of Man's Hell Razah.

13. STROKE OF DEATH (FEAT SOLOMON CHILDS & THE RZA)
Chris Rock once wrote that "Stroke Of Death", with its annoying backward-looped beat, was so ghetto, it made you want to stab your babysitter. Everyone I know hates this song more than they hate the current administration, specifically because Rza gave Ghost a beat that was seemingly designed to make your mind start bleeding. I don't know, I liked it back then, and I still do.

14. IRON'S THEME - INTERMISSION
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15. MALCOLM
This song has a good message, but I can't get past how fucking boring it sounds.

16. WHO WOULD YOU FUCK?
Ghostface, don't know if you got the memo, but skits are supposed to be short, unless your birth name is Paul Huston.

17. CHILD'S PLAY
Rza's final beat of Supreme Clientele is a good one, especially with the switch-up midway through, but when you read the title of the song, some of Ghost's lyrics are kind of disturbing...

18. CHERCHEZ LA GHOST (FEAT MADAME MAJESTIC & U-GOD)
What the fuck? I always thought this song sucked, but not because of U-God, although his presence doesn't aid matters any. This was the first Ghostface track that was made specifically for radio airplay, even though I couldn't imagine what the response would be if someone were foolish enough to play this in the club.

19. WU-BANGA 101 (FEAT GZA/GENIUS, RAEKWON, CAPPADONNA, & MASTA KILLA)
Great song, and I appreciate any excuse to find a spot for Gza/Genius on a Wu solo disc. However, in the battle of the Wu collaborative efforts, this song pales in comparison to the monster "Buck 50".

20. CLYDE SMITH
Another bizarre skit. There are conflicting reports as to whose voice is actually distorted here, Rae's or Ghost's, but I trend toward the Chef, due to the vocal inflections. This skit is most notable as being the one where Rae (on behalf of Ghost) disses the shit out of Curtis Jackson, which is probably why Yayo said his aforementioned comments. However, why did it take Yayo seven fucking years to respond?

21. IRON'S THEME - CONCLUSION
And we're out.

FINAL THOUGHTS: Ghostface Killah takes the title of "Best Wu-Tang Solo Artist" with Supreme Clientele, the best sophomore effort from any of the original nine members. It's a title that he is in no danger of relinquishing, given the consistent quality of his recent work. He's just on fucking fire here, and I'm sure Rza's involvement helped in a small fashion. Inadvertently, Ghost also contributed to a unique listening experience for his listeners; since the tracklisting was completely fucking wrong, you were forced to listen to the album from start to finish, instead of skipping to the singles you knew and waiting until later for the rest, simply because you had no idea where your favorites fell in the sequence. I know that it wasn't intentional, but it worked; it's a ploy that would have been a risky gamble, had Supreme Clientele sucked ass. Ghost needn't have worried.

BUY OR BURN? Buy this shit. If you consider yourself a fan of the Wu and the only copy of Supreme Clientele is the one you burned off of the Interweb, then you are an asshole.
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8. BUCK 50 - Cappadonna, however, left all of his skills in his gypsy cab (which was still running outside), and almost ruins the song with his nonsensical tales involving Betty Crocker and her assorted weaponry.
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fuck now I have to listen to Supreme Clientele all day.
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Anyone got the supposed track 4 "in the rain"
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or any other songs that didnt make the cut, cobra clutch is nice but need some more
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^^^^^Get those two Ghost cds with unreleased material.

The site is Hiphop isn't Dead....this dude is extra funny, lol, he hates Uey more than anybody
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whats the names of the cds^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Ghostface Killah - Hidden Darts: Special Edition (2007) is one, but I forgot about the other one :/ check the review sections, both gotta be somewhere there.
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8. BUCK 50 (FEAT METHOD MAN, CAPPADONNA, & REDMAN)
Fucking awesome. Rza brings a pounding beat for our ears, and Ghostface and Meth rhyme their asses off. Cappadonna, however, left all of his skills in his gypsy cab (which was still running outside), and almost ruins the song with his nonsensical tales involving Betty Crocker and her assorted weaponry

11. STAY TRUE (FEAT 60 SECOND ASSASSIN)
This song is known in the liner as "Deck's Beat", which is a hilariously uncreative title for a song that features Ghostface jacking the beat from Inspectah Deck's "Elevation". At least Deck receives the production credit. Ghost would go on to jack many more beats throughout his still-evolving career.

13. STROKE OF DEATH (FEAT SOLOMON CHILDS & THE RZA)
Chris Rock once wrote that "Stroke Of Death", with its annoying backward-looped beat, was so ghetto, it made you want to stab your babysitter. Everyone I know hates this song more than they hate the current administration, specifically because Rza gave Ghost a beat that was seemingly designed to make your mind start bleeding. I don't know, I liked it back then, and I still do.
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It's not mine tho...lol

Wait, here's another one...
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Stroke Of Death

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Anyone got the supposed track 4 "in the rain"
Yes...... it's two versions though...... one wit' the Delfonics and one wit' Jodeci........

My friend also has an unreleased Supreme Clientele record featurin' all of the Wu members..... I never asked him for it yet.......
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