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The Man With The Iron Fists

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Offered the opportunity to direct a karate flick -- and with all the freedom, funding, and flash that an executive producer like Quentin Tarantino would allow -- Wu-Tang leader and kung-fu fanatic RZA must have been like a kid in a candy store. Still, the soundtrack to his directorial debut is classic, restrained RZA, as sneaky, restrained, and cool as the Wu when Bobby Digital first landed. After a rap-rock opener that's James Bond big with RZA and the Black Keys reuniting after their collaboration on the Blakroc album, this soundtrack gives up highlights that resist gimmicks or going over the top, with fellow Wu man Ghostface Killah leading M.O.P. and Pharoahe Monch down the darkest of alleyways ("Black Out") while RZA and Kanye West co-produce the latter's "White Dress," a sassy soul strut that suggests what 808s & Heartbreak would have sounded like had it been released by Stones Throw. Even more surprising is how the deceptively small "Get Your Way (Sex Is a Weapon)" from Idle Warship (Talib Kweli and RES) rises to the top like one of the best cuts off an old Lyricist Lounge comp, and when Corinne Bailey Rae delivers the deepest of blues on the standout "Chains," it's RZA the compiler at his best, dropping a surprisingly successful cut in the fourth quarter, between futuristic B-movie sounds ("Just Blowin' in the Wind" by RZA and Flatbush Zombies) and a slithering bit of murder music ("Tick, Tock" from Pusha T, Joell Ortiz, Danny Brown, and the Wu's Raekwon). Add some classic Stax sounds ("Your Good Thing Is About to End" from Mable John, as reserved and wicked as Uma Thurman's Kill Bill character), Ghostface, Wiz Khalifa, and Boy Jones in RZA's warped and wonderful vision of an end title track ("I Go Hard"), and the massive punch of "Built for This" with Method Man, Freddie Gibbs, and Streetlife, and this soundtrack stands tall in the man's wide-reaching discography, offering fans a Wu-flavored vision of a world where both the damned and cursed still swagger.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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1
The Baddest Man Alive
The Black Keys
00:03:50

The Black Keys, Performer - The Black Keys, Producer - RZA, Performer - The RZA, Producer - Not Documented, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

2
Black Out
Ghostface Killah
00:04:11

Ghostface Killah, Performer - Fizzy Womack, Producer - M.O.P., Performer - Pharoahe Monch, Performer - The RZA, Composer - Howard Drossin, Composer - William Bell, Composer - Booker T. Jones, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

3
White Dress
Kanye West
00:03:35

Kanye West, Performer - Kanye West, Producer - The RZA, Producer - Homer Banks, Composer - Carl Hampton, Composer - Raymond Jackson, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

4
I Forgot to Be Your Lover (feat. Tre Williams)
The Revelations
00:03:22

The Revelations, Performer - Tre Williams, Performer - Bob Perry, Producer - William Bell, Composer - Booker T. Jones, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

5
Get Your Way (Sex Is a Weapon)
Idle Warship
00:04:10

Idle Warship (Talib Kweli & Res), Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - BadBadNotGood, Producer - Not Documented, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

6
Rivers of Blood
The Wu-Tang Clan
00:04:40

The Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Kool G Rap, Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - BadBadNotGood, Producer - The RZA, Composer - Howard Drossin, Composer - Atli Örvarsson, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

7
Built For This
Method Man
00:04:24

Method Man, Performer - Freddie Gibbs, Performer - Streetlife, Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - Not Documented, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

8
The Archer
Killa Sin
00:02:55

Killa Sin, Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - The RZA, Composer - Howard Drossin, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

9
Just Blowin' In the Wind
Rza
00:04:34

RZA, Performer - Flatbush Zombies, Performer - The RZA, Composer - The RZA, Producer - Howard Drossin, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

10
Chains
Corinne Bailey Rae
00:03:41

Corinne Bailey Rae, Performer - Steven James Brown, Producer - Corrine Bailey Rae, Producer - The RZA, Composer - Howard Drossin, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

11
Tick, Tock
Pusha T
00:06:17

Pusha T, Performer - Raekwon, Performer - Joell Ortiz, Performer - Danny Brown, Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - S-1, Producer - Not Documented, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

12
Green Is The Mountain
Frances Yip
00:02:58

Frances Yip, Performer - Not Documented, Producer - Gao Shan Qing, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

13
Six Directions of Boxing
The Wu-Tang Clan
00:04:50

The Wu-Tang Clan, Performer - Frank Dukes, Producer - Not Documented, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

14
Your Good Thing (Is About to End)
Mable John
00:02:57

Mable John, Performer - Not Documented, Producer - Isaac Hayes, Composer - David Porter, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

15
I Go Hard
Wiz Khalifa
00:04:16

Wiz Khalifa, Performer - Ghostface Killah, Performer - Boy Jones, Performer - The RZA, Composer - The RZA, Producer - Howard Drossin, Composer

(P) 2012 Soul Temple Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

Offered the opportunity to direct a karate flick -- and with all the freedom, funding, and flash that an executive producer like Quentin Tarantino would allow -- Wu-Tang leader and kung-fu fanatic RZA must have been like a kid in a candy store. Still, the soundtrack to his directorial debut is classic, restrained RZA, as sneaky, restrained, and cool as the Wu when Bobby Digital first landed. After a rap-rock opener that's James Bond big with RZA and the Black Keys reuniting after their collaboration on the Blakroc album, this soundtrack gives up highlights that resist gimmicks or going over the top, with fellow Wu man Ghostface Killah leading M.O.P. and Pharoahe Monch down the darkest of alleyways ("Black Out") while RZA and Kanye West co-produce the latter's "White Dress," a sassy soul strut that suggests what 808s & Heartbreak would have sounded like had it been released by Stones Throw. Even more surprising is how the deceptively small "Get Your Way (Sex Is a Weapon)" from Idle Warship (Talib Kweli and RES) rises to the top like one of the best cuts off an old Lyricist Lounge comp, and when Corinne Bailey Rae delivers the deepest of blues on the standout "Chains," it's RZA the compiler at his best, dropping a surprisingly successful cut in the fourth quarter, between futuristic B-movie sounds ("Just Blowin' in the Wind" by RZA and Flatbush Zombies) and a slithering bit of murder music ("Tick, Tock" from Pusha T, Joell Ortiz, Danny Brown, and the Wu's Raekwon). Add some classic Stax sounds ("Your Good Thing Is About to End" from Mable John, as reserved and wicked as Uma Thurman's Kill Bill character), Ghostface, Wiz Khalifa, and Boy Jones in RZA's warped and wonderful vision of an end title track ("I Go Hard"), and the massive punch of "Built for This" with Method Man, Freddie Gibbs, and Streetlife, and this soundtrack stands tall in the man's wide-reaching discography, offering fans a Wu-flavored vision of a world where both the damned and cursed still swagger.
© David Jeffries /TiVo

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