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36 Seasons

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Tony Starks returns to Staten Island after 9 years, like a man returning home from a war. He wants the company of old friends, to reunite with his girl, to live a quiet life.But New York has other plans for him...To visually flesh out the album s dark and twisted world, the CD's packaging includes 20 pages of striking images from a host of stellar comic artists, curated by Matthew Rosenberg the creator of Ghostface's 2013 six-issue comic mini-series, 12 Reasons to Die.
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Digital Booklet: 36 Seasons
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 9, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: December 9, 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tommy Boy
  • ASIN: B00PCI1ET6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,892 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After listening to this album..hours after listening to Wu's new joint.. .Ghost may have kept the Wu saga going..because the Wu album is the weakest one to date...I'm a Wu head and I hope that album was just to please the label and the next joint be fire...if any of the Wu members read this, know that the soulful samples and the street tales is what the real Wu fans want...bring it back and I bet your fans will come back. I don't do the new rap with the tight pants and colorful clothing culture trend. I'm from Philly and I need that old east coast sound but with some up to date content and production....no disrespect to the south, but don't let these kids dictate what rap is suppose to be..we need variety back in hip hop..everyone can't have the same sound. That would make rap boring.
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I'm not sure what people expect when they listen to music sometimes. Reading some of the reviews it sounds like they want a new genre shattering album every time they hear something new. As if just plain good hip hop is not enough, it has to push the boundaries and change the game. Ironman dropped 9 years ago people, let the man do his thing. He has proven himself time and again.

Enough of that, this album is great. 5/5 in my opinion. It's a concept album and done in a really cohesive way too. The guest emcee's play their role like professionals, shout out to that verse by the mad doctor Pharaoh Monch. And to my surprise the almighty AZ blesses us with his presence on this album on about 4 tracks! Some people don't dig the beats and that's fine, but I personally love em. The Revelations also deserve recognition because they're on this album even more than Ghost is. Check em out backing Cormega on a live date, disc 2 of Raw Forever.

If you want a SOLID ALBUM in the sense that you can let the thing run than forget the naysayers and pick this up.
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Is it me or is Ghost only getting better with age?? I feel like Ghost had so much material from "twelve reasons to die" that it just spilled over into this album. Its like a blend of Pretty Toney with Twelve reasons to die and a dash of Supreme Clientele. Hope his next joint he puts a dash of Ironman on that joint. Crazy...Ghost can tear up any 20 yr old cat with eyes closed. I can't even name any new cats out today cuz I dont pay them no mind.
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Loved 12 Reasons, digging Sour Soul, but this one is just okay and feels a bit like a 12 Reasons knock-off ("Hey, Ghost, what about another 'anti-hero is resurrected' hip-hop concept album with funky soul band accompanying?"). "Love don't live here no more" is definitely worth a download. Love AZ and Kool G Rap, but the collaborations fall flat, as they are contrived to advance the concept album's plot exposition. If you're a dyed-in-the-wool Ghost completist, your gonna cop this. If not, just download the aforementioned track and then download all of 12 Reasons (including the Brown Tape) and Sour Soul.
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Ghostface is the perpetual savior of hip hop music. It still amazes me that despite the massive catalog of music he has dropped over the years, there is never a dip in quality. And that is pretty crazy considering the frequency that he releases material. '12 Reasons to Die' came out less than a year ago, and that was an absolute banger. And now, a few months later, he drops this album, which is even better. I guess there is a reason they call him Iron Man.
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WOW! For all those who glanced and lost faith, and who failed to realize, 36 seasons is 9 years. The story telling power of not only ghost but the others, such as AZ, on the album is a spectacle. Do yourself a favor and get this album and help support those who deserve it; those who still turn heads with their timeless flows and lyrics to kill for.
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Ghost; your favorite rapper's favorite rapper. If ya head doesn't bop to "Love Don't Live Here no More" then hip hop isn't for you. Pharoahe Monch murdered "Emergency Procedure".. Az and Cool G. Rap, hip-hop legends; enough said. Ghost, if you're reading this ya brother Kareem Nixon says "thank you" (daps and hugs) bruh.

And Ghost rocked that Wu Tang Reunion jawn with that ode to Asun (ODB); Supreme Clientele all day!
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With crisp and exciting production, this album showcases Ghostface's extraordinary skill for spoiling the listener with vivid imagery and lavish narration. Putting a modern spin on classic "BIaxploitation" themes of loss, struggle, love, betrayal, and redemption, the listener is drawn into the emotional life and death struggle of the album's protagonist. With such top notch storytelling, there will undoubtedly be comparisons to Slick Rick; not due to similarities in style, as both MCs are in their own classes, but due to how striking the imagery is and how lasting an imprint they make. Although many of the songs are great on their own, this concept album is best enjoyed as a full cinematic listen. Simply superb!
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