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The Big Doe Rehab (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about The Big Doe Rehab (Bonus Track Version) by Ghostface Killah. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 54:18 minutes.

Artist: Ghostface Killah
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 17
Duration: 54:18
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No. Title Length
1. At the Cabana Skit 1:12
2. Toney Sigel (a.k.a. the Barrel Brothers) [feat. Bennie Sigel] 3:00
3. Yolanda's House (feat. Raekwon & Method Man) 3:12
4. We Celebrate (feat. Kid Capri) 4:12
5. Walk Around 3:32
6. Yapp City (feat. Sun God & Trife) 3:42
7. White Linen Affair (Toney Awards) [feat. Shawn Wigs] 4:07
8. Supa GFK 3:38
9. Rec-Room Therapy (feat. Raekwon & U-God) 3:12
10. The Prayer (featuring Ox) 1:23
11. I'll Die for You 3:06
12. Paisley Darts (feat. Raekwon, Sun God, Trife, Method Man & Cappadonna) 5:36
13. Shakey Dog Starring Lolita (Raekwon) 3:09
14. ! (feat. Rhythm Roots Allstars) 0:35
15. Killa Lipstick (feat. Method Man & Masta Killa) 3:38
16. Slow Down (feat. Chrisette Michele) 2:36
17. Clothes Off! (feat. Gym Class Heroes & Tyga) [Stress Remix] {Bonus Track} (featuring Gym Class Heroes) 4:28



The Big Doe Rehab builds on the blueprint of Fishscale, the popular 2006 album that reignited Ghostface’s career by focusing on his strengths: in-depth, stream-of-consciousness storytelling overlaid on beats built from vintage soul songs. A good chunk of the album was produced by the Hitmen, who oversaw Jay-Z’s similarly-conceived 2007 album American Gangster. Every song here is based on a lick, rhythm or vocal line cribbed from a dusty slab of R&B vinyl. Music fans might recognize Aretha Franklin on “Yolanda’s House,” Johnny “Guitar” Watson on “Supa GFK,” or Isaac Hayes on “Rec-Room Therapy,” but a larger number of songs rely on long-forgotten gems by the Originals, the Independents, and Soul Generation. The consistency in production inspires some of Ghostface’s most precise storytelling. “Yolanda’s House” begins as a fugitive chase, turns into a sex romp, and finally ends as multiple crimes converge at one address. “Walk Around,” on the other hand, is a lucid portrait of a man haunted by the murder he committed. The Big Doe Rehab shows Ghostface's art deepening as he ages.