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36 Seasons


Download links and information about 36 Seasons by Ghostface Killah. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:10:49 minutes.

Artist: Ghostface Killah
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:10:49
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No. Title Length
1. The Battlefield (feat. Kool G Rap, AZ & Tre Williams) 3:46
2. Love Don't Live Here No More (feat. Kandace Springs) 3:48
3. Here I Go Again (feat. AZ & Rell) 3:28
4. Loyalty (featuring Kool G. Rap, Nems) 1:57
5. It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate (featuring The Revelations) 3:59
6. The Dogs of War (feat. Shawn Wigs & Kool G Rap) 3:48
7. Emergency Procedure (feat. Pharoahe Monch) 2:42
8. Double Cross (feat. AZ) 2:20
9. Bamboo's Lament (featuring Kandace Springs) 1:57
10. Pieces to the Puzzle (feat. AZ) 2:35
11. Homicide (feat. Nems & Shawn Wigs) 3:21
12. Blood in the Streets (feat. AZ) 2:03
13. Call My Name 2:11
14. I Love You for All Seasons (featuring The Revelations) 2:20
15. The Battlefield (Instrumental) 3:43
16. Love Don't Live Here No More (Instrumental) 3:29
17. Here I Go Again (Instrumental) 3:29
18. Loyalty (Instrumental) 1:26
19. The Dogs of War (Instrumental) 3:05
20. Emergency Procedure (Instrumental) 2:47
21. Double Cross (Instrumental) 2:21
22. Pieces to the Puzzle (Instrumental) 2:34
23. Homicide (Instrumental) 3:21
24. Blood in the Streets (Instrumental) 2:05
25. Call My Name (Instrumental) 2:14



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.