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The 100 Best Wu-Tang Clan Songs

65. Ghostface Killah f/ Streetlife & Method Man "Deadly Darts" (originally known as "Box in Hand") (1996)

Producer: RZA
Album: "Deadly Darts/Sunshower" 12"
Label: Wu-Tang Records

Slated to appear as track No. 8 on Ironman, difficulties beyond the Wonder Twin powers of the executive producers meant that this song, then called "Box in Hand," was pulled at the last minute and replaced by another cut. It was so late in the process that the CDs were shipped before the tracklist could be fixed. The song was renamed "Deadly Darts" and later released on wax, so the people got to hear what shoulda, coulda been. The upbeat, summer-time-y jam—featuring a strong sing-songy chorus and solid verses from Method Man and his man, Streetlife—stands up well against the LP's best material. Shame on the ninja who cock-blocked this from being on the album.

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