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Tical 2000 Judgement Day Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 10 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00000DLVQ
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,152 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Judgement Day (Intro)
2. Perfect World
3. Cradle Rock - Method Man/Left Eye
4. Dangerous Grounds - Method Man/Streetlife
5. Sweet Love (Skit)
6. Sweet Love - Method Man/Cappadonna/Streetlife
7. Shaolin What (Skit)
8. Torture
9. Where's Method Man? (Skit) - Method Man/Ed Lover
10. Suspect Chin Music - Method Man/Streetlife
11. Retro Godfather
12. Dooney Boy
13. Spazzola - Method Man/Streetlife/Raekwon/Masta Killa/Killer Sin/Inspectah Deck
14. Check Writer (Skit)
15. You Play Too Much - Method Man/Chris Rock
16. Party Crasher
17. Grid Iron Rap - Method Man/Streetlife
18. Step By Step
19. Play IV Keeps - Method Man/Inspectah Deck/Streetlife/Mobb Deep
20. Donald Trump (Skit)
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Format: Audio CD
8 skits 1 intro 1 outro 18 songs means meth wanted to look like he put in the effort that was not shown dont get me wrong the 18 tracks are solid musically and some lyrically i think that method man just needs to treet every track like he was gonna die the next day and we would have another classic i enjoyed the solid production from RZA excellent beats this cd is not something you pay over 15 dollars for though it is a cd that you buy used i reccomend raekwon solo lp's and GZA solo lp's or meths debut more then this though because in the end of the day this cd isint great but isint bad
Guests:Streetlife,Raekwon,Inspectah Deck,Mobb Deep,Cappa,Masta Killa,Redman and D'Angelo
Favorite Track: Spazzdla and Party Crasher
7 of 10 lyrics 8 of 10 beats
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By king kastaway on May 31 2004
Format: Audio CD
A lot of people misjudged this album due to the skits but this is classic material
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Format: Audio CD
Man, this album had so much potential but it's heavily overshadowed buy inconsistency and a whole slew of skits. You'd think that an album with RZA, Tru Master, Havoc, & other Wu-Gambinos behind the boards would automatically be labeled a classic. Though this album isn't as good as many anticipated, it is not as bad as everyone is saying it is. This should have been a 13-track release including the only two skits that made since on the album "Sweet Love" & "Shaolin What". I guess he didn't see what acting did to L.L.Cool J and Ice Cube.
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By The Sesh on April 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
Getting the world ready with his solo debut in 1994, he finally conquers us with "Tical 2000". The production is well suited to his impeccable flow with the futuristic beats under a collaboration of demented strings and breaks. The dark atmosphere which haunts this phenomenally unique album is primarily a shadow over his lyrical mastery. Much like the previous year's Wu Forever project, Method Man exhibits a more intelligent perspective through his lyrics (dont mistake this for losing any street grime credibility). But of course he doesnt forget to simply get grimey like the warrior his is. It's hard to compare this album to anything else, because in trust, there's nothing really like it. In contrast to many previous Hip Hop albums which maintained the general image of Hip Hop, Method Man evokes an actually personality as the concept. Not simple enough to just be "thug" or even "scientific". Almost as if he is an escaped General from an army in the future where science and horror are at war and he is has traveled back in time to tell the tale.
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By fathead on Oct. 5 2003
Format: Audio CD
i bought this album yesterday.i could have bought any cd i wanted in the store...so i bought this!i didnt realy look at it...later i looked and it had 28 songs!!!!i poped it in my cd player,and i love it!perfect cd!awsome!i love the songs:
spazola,step by step,torture,judgement day,cradle rock,dangerous grounds,and big dogs!those songs rock!!!!i love you play to much!
it is so funny!chris rock just keeps sayin:(somebodys name)aka(somebodys name)aka.....and so on!its an awsome cd....GET IT!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
For all of us who were long awaiting meth's sophmore release, I could sadly say that Tical 2000 is a big time flop. With the exception of a couple of tracks including his hot single Judgement Day (which he produced himself) and Break ups 2 make ups, this album lacks much in terms of quality and beats. Many of the beats are boring and repetitive, and some of the guest rappers like Street who have shined before stink up the joint on this one. The simple and grimy beats and smooth flows of Meth's first album Tical prove to be one of Wu's classics, but Meth's attempt to go mainstream on a solo fail, for not only does he not draw the mainstream MTV crowds, he fails to retain his old school Wu followers. Better luck next time meth!
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Format: Audio CD
I see nothing wrong with this album, Method Man's second album has solid production from RZA and all of the appearences are tight. Meths rhymes are hot and he doesnt miss a beat. My favorites songs Perfect World, Cradle Rock, Dangerous Grounds, Sweet Love, Torture, Suspect Chin Music, Big Dogs, Break Ups To Make Ups, Judgment Day and Killin' Fields.
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By Grym_Reaper on Jan. 2 2002
Format: Audio CD
Dis album is Great. I just skip 2 tracks. Theres good featuring, great dark beat, and good rhyming. Buy it.
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