Could it be that Ghostface Killah is finally running out of material?! Nah, even with an unbelievable outpouring of quality product in the last few years he's not quite scraping the bottom of the barrell just yet... still though, this collection of remixes, rare tracks and songs not found on his other releases shows sign that the barrel may be running a little dry. That's not to say that there aren't some really good tracks on here that any self-respecting Tony Starks fan won't want to hear, it's just that as a whole The Wallabee Champ comes off a tad lackluster. For instance, tracks like Tony Siegel (from his newest studio album Big Doe Rehab and featuring a really brief Styles rhyme tacked on to the end), Good Times Part 2 (same exact beat from Hidden Darts but missing Raekwon and featuring some new verses from Ghost), and a "remix" of Run (which is only a remix because it features a throwaway verse from Lil' Wayne) seem like lazy additions to the disc. Some of the other tracks like Roosevelts, Clientele, and Crockett & Tubbs are good but nothing you've been dying to hear (Ghost and Chef trading crime related verses never really gets old right?), while the album closes on a nostalgic note with a 7 minute freestyle with Method Man from 1993. The standouts on the album are Trials Of Life with Prodigy from Mobb Deep, ABC (Ghost ripping over the Jackson Five classic can't be a bad thing), Wallabee Champ (ever wonder what Jay-Z's Girls, Girls, Girls would sound like if Ghost did it? Yeah, me neither... sounds good though), and most importantly Watch Your Mouth featuring the rest of the Wu Tang Clan which is basically good enough on it's own to warrant buying the CD. I'm probably being a little harsh due to the fact that this isn't even a studio album but more just a bonus disc for people that can't get enough GFK (and that's just what you get... so why complain?) and in the end, even an album of leftover material from Ghostface is better than 90% of the trash being passed off on the Hip Hop community these days. So this is still worth checking out for most, just know it's a slight step down from his best material.