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Ghostface Killah Transforms Into Tony Stark For An Epic Adventure On ’36 Seasons’

Never tentative to shine as the protagonist in an audibly depicted saga, Wu-Tang’s lyrical authority, Ghostface Killah, once again embraces the spotlighted main stage in all of its glory on his 11th studio album, 36 Seasons. Deriving from a concept brought to life by Bob Perry, who is co-founder (along with RZA) of the New York implanted Soul Temple Records, and was also behind Ghostdini’s highly favorable 2013 release, Twelve Reasons To Die, a design was fashioned, laid out, and presented to Ghostface in the form of a forty minute, cinema-esque chronicle, in which the peerless and esoteric alter ego of Ghost, Tony Starks, ...

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