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The Man With The Iron Fists Soundtrack

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Quentin Tarantino presents The Man With the Iron Fists, an action-adventure inspired by kung-fu classics as interpreted by his longtime collaborators RZA and Eli Roth. Making his debut as a big-screen director, co-writer and leading man, RZA alongside an exciting international cast led by Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu tells the epic story of warriors, assassins and a lone outsider hero who all descend on one fabled village in China for a winner- takes-all battle for a fortune in gold.

Blending astonishing martial-arts sequences from some of the masters of this world with the signature vision he brings as the leader of the Wu-Tang Clan and as one of hip-hop's most dominant figures of the past two decades, RZA embarks upon his most ambitious, stylized and thrilling project to date. Joining Crowe, RZA and Liu in the cast are Rick Yune, Jamie Chung, Cung Le, Dave Bautista, Byron Mann, Daniel Wu and Pam Grier.

The Soundtrack features original songs created for the film by artists including The Black Keys, Kanye West, the Wu-Tang Clan, Ghostface Killah, Wiz Khalifa, Talib Kweli, Pusha T, Raekwon, Method Man and RZA who collaborates with Flatbush Zombies as well as The Black Keys.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: October 22, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Soul Temple Entertainment
  • Run Time: 61 minutes
  • ASIN: B009439HTY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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The legendary Rza puts together a good soundtrack to accompany the "Man with the iron fist" movie. Its good to see a Hip hop soundtrack out because we haven't seen that many since the early 2000s. But anyway lets get into this review, it kicks off with the Rock/Hip Hop collabo "The Baddest Man Alive" The Black Keys and Rza let you know why they are the baddest as Rza raps "I drank honey straight from the beehive/Bungee jumping off the Empire State butt-naked", then on the hard hittin Fizzy Womak produced "Blackout", Ghostface, MOP and Pharoahe Monch deliver a street joint that'll make any Hip Hop fan happy. Kanye holds it down on his solo "White Dress" where he tells a great story about a girl he met in the club and now he wants to marry her, hmmm I wonder who he could be talking about Lol (Kim K?).. but yea its one of the best Kanye songs he dropped in a while.

Other standouts are "Rivers Of Blood" which has Kool G Rap, Raekwon & Ghostface spitting nothing but hard bars as Tony Starks says "I'm the definition of menace b/Chokin' n***** out for no reason, it's duck season/I'm cold as ice/ 6 degrees below freezing", "Tick Tock" which features Pusha T, Raekwon, Danny Brown & Joell Ortiz, as well as "Six Directions Of Boxing " performed by the Wu. Overall the soundtrack is good, but I felt like the R&B songs kinda threw it off some, its some older songs on here like "Green is the mountain (1974)" and "Your Good Thing Is About To End (1966)", now let me explain I'm not saying those songs are bad I'm just saying them seem out of place on here but Rza said those songs are in the movie so I understand why he put them on here. Another issue for me was "I Go Hard" which is an awkward collabo by Ghostface, Wiz & Boy Jones, but nonetheless much respect to Rza for putting out a enjoyable soundtrack, so make sure y'all check it out. 4 Stars
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I love Wu-Tang, I love the RZA, and I loved this movie so I had to go snatch this up.
Maybe I had really high expectations because this was RZA's passion project (the movie) so I thought the soundtrack would be equally as impressive.
Don't get me wrong, I liked the majority of the songs but only a couple really blew me away (Rivers of Blood, The Archer, Six Directions, The Baddest Man Alive). The rest of them were ok but they didn't really catch my attention or make me want to hit the replay button.

3 songs actually disappointed me (Tick Tock, Chains, Just Blowin In the Wind). RZA and Raekwon did really well on their tracks but the guests were weak and "Chains" felt like filler.

Even the songs that were just ok weren't bad songs; some songs had great flow and instrumentation but either got repetitive or felt disjointed at times.

Anyway, don't sleep on this if you like the Wu-Tang Clan. They're older but they're still just as hardcore as they ever were and most of the guests hold their own pretty well too.
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Iron Fist soundtrack is one of the best listen soundtracks I ahve heard in a long time! The RZA has done a great job with putting this collaboration of music together which oerfectly fits each scene in the movie. Please do not sleep on this soundtrack. It's excellent music!
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Wu-Tang forever! RZA delivers another Wu-packed journey through production with a diverse cast. Please come through on the 20 year anniversary Wu-album and make it a double or triple CD! The streets need it.
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Anyone who listens to the Wu-Tang Clan should be very familiar with their numerous references to martial arts films. The group's leader The RZA was practically front and center when it came to doing such a thing. His first foray into film soundtracks was for the Jim Jarmusch directed indie film "Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai". The film starred Forest Whitaker as a professional assassin who lived by the code of the Samurai complete with a film score produced entirely by The RZA. However, his love for martial arts films didn't stop there. In 2003, he was summoned by Quentin Tarantino to oversee and score the soundtrack to his action filled motion picture "Kill Bill". After almost a decade away from films, he returned in 2012 with the soundtrack to the motion picture "The Man With The Iron Fists"- a film that he directed himself and wrote with horror movie director Eli Roth. It's the first project released on his newest record label Soul Temple Entertainment.

While The RZA is heavily involved in the film score, he has a little input on the soundtrack. Most of the album was recorded with live instrumentation, giving it the feel of a blaxploitation flick. The album starts out with the lone contribution from a rock act, "Baddest Man Alive" by The Black Keys. Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah appears twice on the soundtrack- once with a duet with M.O.P. and Pharoahe Monch on "Black Out", and again with Wiz Khalifa and Boy Jones on the closer "I Go Hard". Kanye West contributes the wedding themed "White Dress", while Idol Warship (A duo comprised of Talib Kweli and Res) on the song "Get Your Way (Sex As A Weapon)". The Revelations featuring Tre Williams does a great cover of the William Bell classic "I Forgot To Be Your Lover".
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