Meth • Ghost • Rae - Wu-Massacre Album
|1||–Method Man & Raekwon||Mef Vs. Chef 2|
Bass – Ethan PhillipsDrums – Pete McNealEdited By – Davey Chegwidden, LeronGuitar, Synthesizer [Midi Strings] – Dan HastieKeyboards – Josh LopezPercussion – Davey ChegwiddenPerformed By – Rhythm Roots AllstarsSaxophone – James KingTrumpets, Trombone – Jordan Katz
|2||–Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Method Man||Criminology 2.5|
|3||–Method Man & Raekwon||Ya Moms (Skit)|
|4||–Tracy Morgan||How To Pay Rent (Skit)|
|5||–Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck & Sun God||Gunshowers|
|6||–Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Method Man||Dangerous|
Drums, Percussion – Davey ChegwiddenGuitar, Bass, Keyboards – Josh LopezPerformed By – Rhythm Roots AllstarsTrumpets, Trombone – Jordan Katz
|7||–Ghostface Killah||Pimpin' Chipp|
Drums, Percussion – Davey ChegwiddenGuitar, Bass, Keyboards – Josh LopezPerformed By – Rhythm Roots AllstarsTrumpets, Trombone – Jordan KatzVocals [Additional] – Christina
|8||–Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Solomon Childs & Streetlife||Smooth Sailing (Rmx)|
|9||–Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Method Man||Miranda|
|10||–Ghostface Killah, Trife, Sheek & Bully||Youngstown Heist|
|11||–Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Method Man||Our Dreams|
|12||–Ghostface Killah & Method Man||It's That Wu Sht|
Vocals [Additional] – Kevin "KC" Cossom
- Artwork By [Art & Photography Coordinator] – Kristen Yiengst
- Artwork By [Art Direction, Design] – Alex Haldi
- Artwork By [Character Design] – Alex Haldi, Chris Bachalo
- Artwork By [Illustration] – Chris Bachalo
- Artwork By [Inks] – Tim Townsend
- Executive Producer – Antonio "LA" Reid, Dennis Coles, Method Man, Raekwon
- Mastered By – Tony Dawsey
- Mixed By – Anthony "Acid" Caputo (tracks: A2 to A4, A6, B1, B2, B4 to B6), RZA (tracks: A5)
- Other [A&r Administrations] – Javon Greene
- Other [A&r Direction] – Dennis Coles, Mike Caruso
- Other [A&r Operations] – Leesa D. Brunson
- Other [A&r] – Lenny S.
- Other [Co-executive Producer] – James Ellis, Lenny Santiago, Mel Carter, Mike Caruso, Mitchell "Divine" Diggs, Oli Power Grant, Robert "RZA" Diggs, Ron Robinson
- Other [Management] – James Ellis, Mel Carter, Mike Caruso
- Other [Marketing] – Shari Bryant
- Producer – Allah Mathematics (tracks: A2, B1, B4), BT (tracks: A1), Digem Trax (tracks: A6), Emile (tracks: B2), RZA (tracks: A5), Scram Jones (tracks: B5, B6), Ty Fyffe (tracks: A4)
- Recorded By – Anthony "Acid" Caputo (tracks: A2 to B2, B4 to B6), Jose "Choco" Reynoso (tracks: A5)
Recorded and mixed at Streetcars, Starks Studios, Staten Island, NY and at 36 Chambers Studios, NYC.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.
A1 contains excerpts from "I Keep Asking You Questions" performed by Black Ivory.
A4 contains elements from "Tight Fit" performed by Bunny Sigler.
A5 contains a sample of the recording "We're Almost There" as performed by Michael Jackson.
A6 contains excerpts from "La La (Means I Love You)" performed by The Escorts.
B4 contains a sample of the recording "Let It Be Me" as performed by Linda Jones.
B5 contains a sample of the recording "Life, Dreams & Death" as performed by Brothers Unlimited.
B6 contains a sample of the recording "It's Your Rock" performed by Fantasy Three.
Dangerous - Wu-Massacre. Three members of the 1st group I ever heard when coming to the states Wu-Tang are putting out an is a collaboration studio album by American rappers and Wu-Tang Clan members Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon, released March 30, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings. Production for the album was handled by several hip hop producers, including RZA, Allah Mathematics, Scram Jones, Emile, Ty Fyffe, BT and Digem Tracks Productions. The album debuted at number 12 on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 37,900 copies in its first week. It charted modestly in international markets and produced. Summary: Wu-Tang's Method Man, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon join up again with an album produced by RZA and Mathematics. Record Label: Def Jam. Genres: Rap. This item:Wu Massacre by Ghostface Killah Audio CD . Only 16 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by RAREWAVES-IMPORTS. The Massacre offers the best of Wu, intense lyrics, witty, cinematic and clever stories. But I was also frustrated as Meth, Rae and Ghost only appear together on three songs And there are only ten tracks, irrelevant guest appearances, and lack of cohesion through out. Nonetheless, I still enjoy hearing the Wu and if you haven't listened to Chamber music please your ears to a better executed album. Wu Massacre - Criminology 2. Wu Tang The Wu Massacre - Our Dreams - Feat Ghost Meth & Rae ft. Alicia Keys 4:06. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. Superheros & science-fiction par TwinPowerForce. Albums I've listened to par F-O. Hip Hop wanted par VinylKnights. CDs par . Текст песни: No matter how hard, the task may seem Dont give up our plans, dont give up our dreams No broken bridges, can turn us around Cause what were searchin' for, will soon be free to Meth, Ghost & Rae Wu-Massacre Criminology 2. 5, Mef Vs. Chef 2 and more. 12 tracks 30:00. Meth - Ghost - Rae. Chart Stats. How to Pay Rent Skit Meth, Ghost & Rae feat. Tracy Morgan. Wu-Massacre is ranked 66,479th in the overall chart, 19,751st in the 2010s, and 1,910th in the year 2010. Wu-Massacre by Meth, Ghost & Rae Year: 2010 Release date: 2010-03-30 Overall rank: 66,479th. Average Rating: 73100 from 4 votes. Slant Magazine. Review: Meth, Ghost & Rae, Wu-Massacre. Review: The Painter and the Thief Suggests an Intimate Hall of Mirrors. Wu-Massacre is clearly powered by the chemistry of its players, reprising the one-on-one microphone duel from 1994s Tical on Meth vs. Chef Part 2 for the two emcees to trade slick eight-bar verses. Raekwon delivers a volley of intricate threats and self-appraisals while Method Man swaggers through a mishmash of shout-outs, cereal references, and queries of the contemporary hip-hop industry: Rap aint done shit for me latelyIts ass backwards, the games tryin to play meI bet this never happens to Jay-Z