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Released in 1996 on Epic Records, Ironman earned immediate mainstream success, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, and number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Though a solo album, Ironman is filled with Wu-Tang collabos, prominently featuring Raekwon and Cappadonna, with a handful of tracks featuring Ghost performing companionless. The album earned gold status in sales a year after its release and platinum by 2004, a true testament to its staying power.

Ironman pieces together Al Green and Jackson 5 samples, gospel choruses, kung fu soundbites, and piano vamps into something unpredictable and vital-sounding. Arguably one of the best of the groups solo albums to date, the record is filled with inventive production and rhymes, and ranks as another solid entry in the Wu-Tang legacy.


1 Iron Maiden
2 Wildflower
3 The Faster Blade
4 260
5 Assassination Day
6 Poisonous Darts
7 Winter Warz
8 Box in Hand
9 Fish
10 Camay
11 Daytona 500
12 Motherless Child
13 Black Jesus
14 After the Smoke Is Clear
15 All That I Got Is You
16 Marvel



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