Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Notorious : OST

Notorious is the soundtrack to the 2009 biopic film Notorious based on rapper The Notorious B.I.G. / Biggie Smalls. It features mostly his previously heard songs, inclusively the ones harder to find such as "Party and Bullshit" and "One More Chance (Remix)".

It includes two original songs, "Brooklyn Go Hard" which is also from Jay-Z's album The Blueprint 3 and a tribute to Biggie by Jadakiss and widow Faith Evans called "Letter To B.I.G.", as well as three unreleased demos by Biggie and a song with his son CJ.

I Have one thing to say and one reason why i had to get this "Party And Bullshit". This is a decent complication and a great introduction if your new to The Notorious B.I.G and no doubt far better than the pathetic excuse of a greatest released in 2007.

1. Notorious Thugs (Featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)
2. Hypnotize
3. Notorious B.I.G (Featuring Lil' Kim And Puff Daddy)
4. Juicy
5. Party And Bullshit
6. Warning
7. One More Chance/Stay With Me (Remix)
8. Jay-Z - Brooklyn Go Hard (Featuring Faith Evans)
9. Jadakiss - Letter To B.I.G (Featuring Faith Evans)
10. Kick In The Door
11. What's Beef?
12. The World Is Filled...(Featuring Too Short And Puff Daddy)
13. One More Chance/The Legacy (Remix) (Featuring CJ Wallace And Faith Evans)
14. The Notorious Theme (Composed By Danny Elfman)
15. Microphone Murderer (Demo)
16. Guaranteed Raw (Demo)
17. Love No Hoe (Original Demo Version)

Rating 7/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/180761642/dcVANOOST.rar.html

Amazon : http://www.amazon.com/Notorious-Soundtrack-Original/dp/B001JE38LO

Notorious big Party & bullshit 1993

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele

Much like many of the later Wu-Tang albums, Supreme Clientele is not produced entirely by The RZA. He only composed four tracks, while other lesser known producers contributed the remaining beats. However RZA did oversee the overall production and mixing of the songs and skits on the album, being listed as executive producer along with Ghostface. The album's acclaim is notable considering that most of the Wu-Tang's second solo releases were considered disappointments, while several critics consider Supreme Clientele to be superior to Ghostface's debut Ironman.

The album contained a diss toward then-up-and-coming 50 Cent. In the "Clyde Smith" skit Wu-tang member Raekwon, with the use of voice distortion, plays the role of a man named Clyde Smith. Clyde Smith addresses 50 Cent and his 1999 song "How to Rob," in which 50 Cent jokingly rhymes about how he'll rob many popular music artists, including RZA, Raekwon, and Ghostface. The skit drew a response from 50 Cent, who would later dis Wu-tang in an underground mixtape freestyle.

As, one of the greatest solo Wu-Tang efforts, Ghostface would continue to make albums to some acclaim, but Supreme Clientele was considered the best of his works. The RZA's production was highly praised and the lyrical ability of Ghostface at the time was very impressive.

1. Intro
2. Nutmeg - (featuring RZA)
3. One
4. Saturday Nite
5. Ghost Deini - (featuring Superb)
6. Apollo Kids - (featuring Raekwon)
7. Grain, The - (featuring RZA)
8. Buck 50 - (featuring Cappadonna/Method Man/Masta Killah/Redman)
9. Mighty Healthy
10. Woodrow The Base Head - (skit)
11. Stay True - (featuring 60 Second Assassin)
12. We Made It - (featuring Superb)
13. Stroke Of Death
14. Iron's Theme (Intermission)
15. Malcolm
16. Who Would You Fuck - (skit)
17. Child's Play
18. Cherchez LaGhost
19. Wu Banga 101 - (featuring GZA/Cappadonna/Masta Killah/Raekwon)
20. Clyde Smith - (skit)
21. Iron's Theme (Conclusion)

Rating 9/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/8983442/Ghostface_Killah_-_Supreme_Clientele__2000___EAC_.rar

Amazon : http://www.amazon.com/Supreme-Clientele-Ghostface-Killah/dp/B0000488UG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1231379557&sr=1-1

Ghostface Killah - Chercez La Ghost

Ghostface Killah - Apollo Kids

Ghostface Killah - Mighty Healthy