25 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As something of a sequel to 2013's Twelve Reasons to Die, 36 Seasons finds Wu-Tang rapper Ghostface Killah reprising his role as Tony Starks, returning to Staten Island after four years to find his hometown ravaged by drugs and violence. Collaborating with Brooklyn funk specialists The Revelations, Ghostface spins his tale of urban warfare to the sounds of dusty '70s soul, with guests like Kandace Springs and Kool G Rap playing Starks' girlfriend and a drug dealer, respectively. From its clever beats to its cinematic scope to Ghostface's vivid rhymes, 36 Seasons plays like a lost Quentin Tarantino flick, full of B-movie thrills and a bloody outcome.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As something of a sequel to 2013's Twelve Reasons to Die, 36 Seasons finds Wu-Tang rapper Ghostface Killah reprising his role as Tony Starks, returning to Staten Island after four years to find his hometown ravaged by drugs and violence. Collaborating with Brooklyn funk specialists The Revelations, Ghostface spins his tale of urban warfare to the sounds of dusty '70s soul, with guests like Kandace Springs and Kool G Rap playing Starks' girlfriend and a drug dealer, respectively. From its clever beats to its cinematic scope to Ghostface's vivid rhymes, 36 Seasons plays like a lost Quentin Tarantino flick, full of B-movie thrills and a bloody outcome.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
149 Ratings

149 Ratings

Arealmadgenius ,

Seasons definitely change; but 36 times?!

Alright Ghost....let's hear what you got Sun! I've always liked Ghost; a colorful lyricist. And 12 Reasons to Die w/
AY should have been on Broadway.

So I'm going to be premature and hit you off with a 5 star credit. But if the LP is not tight, I'm coming back hard like the dude did to the chic on the F train in NYC.

One!

GRIVPBNJ ,

Welcome back Tony Starks!!

I really liked that 12 reasons to Die from last year so I had to scoop this. Ghostface delivers that 90’s feel with a story to it featuring the likes of AZ Kool G Rap , Pharaoh Monch, Nems etc all on point. I even like the interludes. Hurts to say but this is better than the Wu Album.

D-Vinyl ,

Game Changer, Taking It Back

This has such a classic and soulful sound. It’s so Motown and raw hip hop combined. the deepest depths of the soul right here. it’s really timeless.

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