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  • Audio CD (18 Jun. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Virgin EMI
  • ASIN: B00000DLVQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,759 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Judgement Day (Intro)
  2. Perfect World
  3. Cradle Rock - Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Method Man
  4. Dangerous Ground
  5. Sweet Love (Skit)
  6. Sweet Love - Cappadonna, Method Man, Streetlife
  7. Shaolin What (Skit)
  8. Torture
  9. Where's Method Man (Skit) - Ed Lover, Method Man
  10. Suspect Chin Music - Method Man, Streetlife
  11. Retro Godfather
  12. Dooney Boy (Skit)
  13. Spazzola - Corey Woods, Jason Scott "Rebel-INS." Hunter, Killer Sin, Masta Killa, Method Man, Streetlife
  14. Check Writer (Skit)
  15. You Play Too Much (Skit)
  16. Party Crasher
  17. Grid Iron Rap - Method Man, Streetlife
  18. Step By Step
  19. Play 4 Keeps - Jason Scott "Rebel-INS." Hunter, Method Man, Mobb Deep, Streetlife
  20. Donald Trump (Skit)
  21. Snuffed Out (Skit) - Method Man, Streetlife
  22. Elements - Method Man, Polite, Star
  23. Killin' Fields
  24. Big Dogs - Method Man, Redman
  25. Break Ups 2 Make Ups - D'Angelo, Method Man
  26. Message From Penny - Janet Jackson, Method Man
  27. Judgement Day
  28. C.E.Outro (Skit)

Product Description

Product Description

1. Judgement Day (Intro)
2. Perfect World
3. Cradle Rock
4. Dangerous Ground
5. Sweet Love (Skit)
6. Sweet Love
7. Shaolin What (Skit)
8. Torture
9. Where's Method Man (Skit)
10. Suspect Chin Music
11. Retro Godfather
12. Dooney Boy (Skit)
13. Spazzola
14. Check Writer (Skit)
15. You Play Too Much (Skit)
16. Party Crasher
17. Grid Iron Rap
18. Step By Step
19. Play 4 Keeps
20. Donald Trump (Skit)
21. Snuffed Out (Skit)
22. Elements
23. Killin' Fields
24. Big Dogs
25. Break Ups 2 Make Ups
26. Message From Penny
27. Judgement Day
28. C.E.Outro (Skit)

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The Wu-Tang warrior's second solo joint is so conceptually huge, only somebody who's been high every day for a decade could have imagined it: hip-hop album as science-fiction double-feature as celebrity parade as horror movie as multi-layered masquerade as an endlessly Baroque flow of spiels and skits, hallucinatory fantasy, and killer-bee menace. The romantic strains of Tical have been replaced by pure, sweaty sex, and Meth's image transformation from laidback muscle to bloodthirsty cyborg (with a phone book's worth of guest stars) just means he compacts his flow more tightly. The production is the Wu standard of berserk little loops and spare boom-bap, though RZA's tracks are head and shoulders above those of his disciples. --Douglas Wolk

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: Audio CD
As far as underrated albums go, this one is somewhere near the top of the list. U probably notice everyone comparing this to his other work in some sense, but that's not how a review is written. Sure it's not Tical but this album is worth a lot more than what most people are giving it.

This is a very packed album, with very few RZA productions (just three). It's True Master who takes the reigns for most of the production here, and I personally, am not complaining. The opening track is the RZA produced Perfect World. Great opener. Relatively reminiscent to a Tical beat, easing you into the change in beats. The next few tracks, although not featuring RZA's production skills are still ridden wit heavy baselines. One of my favourite tracks is Torture with production credits by True Master, Meth does this like a real rap track should be: very basic, not complicated chorus, where he just repeats torture over and over, and unleashed some really laid back verses.

Retro Godfather has RZA violins and horns that remind me of Criminology, but Meth does what he can to make it sound different, and puts words in the chorus, instead of instrumental. Nice track still. Spazzola is the crew cut here, produced by the Rebel INS himself. Step By Step produced by Erick Sermon is THAT TRACK. Great beat, and Meth does what he does on his own here. Tough drums and a sampled chorus. Deck returns on the production with Elements ft. Star & Police. Deck is an ill lyricist, but he's no weaker on the production boards, and you can't be mad at that. The 6 minute Judgement Day ends the album with a bang. Meth just has a stream-of-consciousness type moment here and just rips it.

Overall this album is a step away from Tical, it achieves a much less gritty sound, but adapts more to '98 hip-hop.
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‘Tical 2000’ didn’t really impress me upon release and unfortunately time hasn’t been particularly kind to Method Man’s sophomore effort. Recorded in 1998 during the pinnacle of the Millennium Bug / end of the word hype, much of the album is now pretty redundant. The ‘Intro’, for example, now just sounds embarrassing. We were nowhere near to the apocalypse and Meth’s predictions seem a more than a little off-kilter.
It was Meth’s ability to mix wit with menace that made ‘Tical’ special. Here, he tries in vain to find the same balance. The joker in Meth makes an appearance ten seconds into the first track as he parodies Sly Stallone’s Rocky, by yelling “Adriannnnn” – it’s pretty funny, but totally out of place. Elsewhere, the Chris Rock skit, ‘You Play Too Much’ is admittedly hilarious, but I’ve always thought that comedy skits have no place on hip hop albums. For the MC who isn’t prepared to thrill his audience with enlivening stories or to challenge the listener with perceptive ideas, creating two albums will be a struggle. Where his contemporaries Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Gza each give their own spin on criminal life, Meth meekly treads over ground he already covered in his debut. “Brain is punctured and drained through the nasal”, he drawls on ‘Spazzola’ in a nod to the intro to his anthem, ‘Method Man’. There are a couple of instances he just recycles verses from earlier releases, most notably on the sterile, ‘Killin Fields’.
Perhaps predictably the production is uninspired. 4th Disciple, True Master, Inspectah Deck and the Rza each fail to set the album alight.
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Format: Audio CD
This song is classic Method Man. His wide range of lyrics makes him one of the most versatile rappers of today. The catchy tune to this song makes it one that is instantly liked.
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yo!!! i think this album is very dope, and is different from Tical (1994) so it shouldn't be compare to it. i was only in high school when it was released and it was a banger. just buy it, especially nowadays cheap as chips. won't be disappointed with this tru school classic. PEACE!!!
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Great album wicked beats , meth at his best
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disc holder in the case is broken.
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The first of wu tang to go solo, this is method mans second album and its a must buy. This album is not in the normal style of method man but just as good with stay in your mind beats and special guests such as "Lefteye" and even "Chris rock". This is an amazing follow up to his first album and one to be added to your collection.
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