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How High [Import, Explicit Lyrics, Soundtrack]

Various Audio CD
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1. Intro - How High: The Soundtrack
2. Part II - Redman
3. Round And Round Remix - Method Man
4. Cisco Kid - Redman
5. America's Most - Redman
6. Yes Sir, Dean Cain, Sir (Skit) - How High: The Soundtrack
7. Let's Do It - Redman
8. We Don't No How 2 Act - Redman
9. Who Wanna Rap - Streetlife
10. Fine Line - Saukrates
11. N 2 Gether Now - Limp Bizkit
12. Party Up (Up In Here) - DMX
13. What's Your Fantasy - Ludacris
14. Da Rockwilder - Redman
15. I Love NWA (Skit) - How High: The Soundtrack
16. Bring Da Pain - Method Man
17. How To Roll A Blunt - Redman
18. All I Need (Razor Sharp Remix) - Method Man
19. Big Dogs - Redman
20. How High Remix - Redman

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Rap's zaniest duo can get deep when they so choose, but 9 times out of 10 they opt to get high instead, a fact well documented by the soundtrack to their first feature-length film. Like a conversation between two herbally elevated running buddies, the material here is largely not new. Even "Fine Line," a track featuring the relatively unknown Canadian MC Saukrates, was lifted from the rapper's self-released 1999 debut CD, Volume I, Underground Tapes. But How High does a good job of collecting B-sides (RZA's remix of Meth's "All I Need") and radio hits that were part of records that may never have made it into your permanent collection (Ludacris's "What's Your Fantasy" and DMX's "Party Up"). Redman's "How to Roll a Blunt" proves just how good a producer Pete Rock is, even when he's not trying very hard, and "Bring Da Pain" will remind you that Meth was considered a high-grade MC before the world familiarized themselves with his verbal tics. --Rebecca Levine

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5.0 out of 5 stars How High The Soundtrack Feb. 19 2003
By Tib
Format:Audio CD
2. PART 2 4.5/5
4. CISCO KID 5/5
7. LET'S DO IT 5/5
8. WE DON'T NO HOW 2 ACT 4.75/5 :)
10. FINE LINE 4.75/5
11. N 2 GETHER NOW 5/5
12. PARTY UP 5/5
15. SKIT
16. BRING DA PAIN 4.5/5
17. HOW 2 ROLL A BLUNT 4.75/5
19. BIG DOGS 4/5
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4.0 out of 5 stars I...I Get So High! June 27 2002
Format:Audio CD
Method Man the Ticallion Stallion AKA Johnny Blaze partnered with the Reggie Noble, The Funk Docta Spot AKA Redman. Together they get you HIIIGGGHHH! How High that is. So High that you could kiss the sky....UP Up to the SKYYY! And if you listen high, review the album high, you give high scores. Method Man and Redman are definitely known for blazing that reefa, that green, that sticky icky icky ooh weee put it in the air. Ever since their first duet on the Show Soundtrack, How High, they have been a near unstoppable duo. Their styles compliment each other very well. Method Man is the more flow orientated chilled rapper and Redman is the crazy, funky, funny lyricist. Together they are Wild and you have fun while listening to them. This is an entertaining soundtrack not to be taken seriously, just like the movie. If you do take it seriously you are an idiot. This is all about wilin and having fun.
Half the album is new songs and half are older songs. Pt. 2 is one of the new songs and Redman and Method Man get funky on it and the Toni Braxton sample was brilliant. Round And Round Remix by Jonell and Method Man is another off the chain song I'm sure you have heard. Cisco Kid, Americas Most, and We Don't Know How To Act are some other bangers. The old songs are the Method Man and Limp Bizkit collabo. N2Gether Now, DMX- Party Up, Ludacris- What's Your Fantasy, The classic Rockwilder, Method Man's Bring Da Pain off Tical, Redman's How To Roll A Blunt off Whut?!? Thee Album. Method Man & Mary J. Bliges MASTERPIECE All I Need rmx, and the How High remix.
Overall an entertaining, light hearted fun album. If you liked the movie you will like the soundtrack. Recommended.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Funk Docta and Methical keep blazin Feb. 8 2002
Format:Audio CD
While the names Method Man and Redman may never be said in an arguement on who the kig of New York is, they certainly have found there niche. And that is making music for the 80 or so percent of hip hop fans who "spark the la." How High, the latest release from he most lifted duo in music, certainly isn't a masterpiece, but it definitely has its moments of humor, gritty lyricism, and definite krunkability associated with Meth and Red.
The album consists of a collaboration of new and old tracks, bringin the poppy club bangin hook from Tony Braxton together on a cd with a track from Saukrates, a new cat in the game, definitely creates a musical range uncommon on most single artist LPs. Some tracks definitely stick out above the rest. Cisco Kid ft. Cypress Hill and War definitely turns heads with its catchy latin inspired beat produced by Rockwilder. An example of bringin back the classics, Meth and Red include a remix of All I Need ft. Mary J. Blige that still holds up as a great joint.
Bottom line, How High has its moments and shouldn't be slept on by the true Method Man/Redman fan. Although it doesn't have the lyrical success of Blackout, it definitely will get you bouncin as you roll up another fatty.
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3.0 out of 5 stars "The Method Keeps Them Red-Man" Jan. 31 2002
Format:Audio CD
True definition of lyricism keeps these "chich&chong" of rap on the high end of mainstream hiphop music... Method will surely no time soon lose his methods in performing, not to mention his partner in crime Red who seems to always give the people (either being urban or suburban) what they are seeking. Three stars are given from TSP Inc.
"The eye's of thine only shall await thy moment of all to realize..."
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5.0 out of 5 stars the best soundtrack in the world Jan. 26 2002
Format:Audio CD
if you are a meth or red fan you'll love this. the only two tracks i skip are 9 and 10 which are streetlife and saukrates and they ...[stink].i love the new songs from the funk docta and mista mef and i'm even rockin the old tracks.on a scale from 1 to 10 i give it a 15. .buy this junk ya heard it from a white boy.this s_it rocks.red and meth stay high for ever
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's MOSTLY good Jan. 11 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is a terrific soundtrack. I have only one problem with it. The ONE song that is played almost to completion in the movie was left off the CD, that being Du Hast by Rammstein. Admittedly, they're a bunch of white German boys and this is a predominantly black artist soundtrack, but it's a song that you just CAN'T leave off of the soundtrack CD if it's in the movie.
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