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Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai is a 1999 crime film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Critics have noted similarities between the movie and Jean-Pierre Melville's 1967 film Le Samouraï.
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The soundtrack of the 1999 Jim Jarmusch film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai features an original score by RZA and also features hip-hop songs by such artists as Wu-Tang Clan, Killah Priest, and Public Enemy. Two soundtrack albums were released, one internationally and another in Japan, each with different song mixes, some of which do not appear in the film. There are many songs, however, that can be heard in the film that appear on neither soundtrack album. It is the first of RZA's first fully scored film works.
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Ghost Dog ~ Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samur. Indie film director Jim Jarmusch always works an unexpected angle, whether it's offbeat humor, a nonlinear narrative, or specific and idiosyncratic characterization. For his latest film-the story of a ghetto hit man who lives by the codes of the Hagakure, an 18th-century Japanese warrior text-Jarmusch enlisted RZA, a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan. The 11 tracks serve as an RZA-producer showcase, standing as independent pieces, regardless of the movie itself. Tracks vary from the subdued "4 Sho Sho," which interpolates Forest Whitaker's interior monologue with RZA's street visions, to the stuttering rhythms of Kool G. Rap's "Cakes. Tekitha's '70s disco groove for "Walkin' Through the Darkness" offers unexpected sensuality, while "The Man" by Masta Killah sets things back on the gangsta tip.
The RZA, the consummate other-galaxy sound craftsman, appears to be suffering from an inspirational drought induced by his cinematic contributions musically and through his cameo in the film, relying heavily on recycled beats. The soundtrack is not a Wu project, it is a RZA project featuring Wu-affiliates and a fragmented Clan. A few of the compositions do break new ground and hit like only RZA's beats can. One of the more expressive cuts is Wu-songstress Tekeitha's "Walking Through the Darkness" backed by a lingering bassline and effortless guitar riff
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