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Tical [Enhanced]

Method Man Audio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
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1. Tical
2. Biscuits
3. Bring The Pain
4. All I Need
5. What The Blood Clot
6. Meth Vs. Chef
7. Sub Crazy
8. Release Yo' Delf
9. P.L.O Style
10. I Get My Thang In Action
11. Mr. Sandman
12. Stimulation
13. Method Man (Remix)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wu-Tang...Enter the 36 Chambers June 29 2004
Format:Audio CD
I don't know how anyone could find Method Man's "Tical" or any other solo member of the "Wu" album's disappointing. "Tical" marked the beginning of the Meth era...Keep it up KID! I must say I have been a fan of the Wu-Tang Clan for a long time; and they said it best on the Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers) CD. They "form" like "Voltron". Every member has something special to offer. Prime example, look at the ODB! ALL members of the "clan" have a unique style. His style (Method), separates him from the rest of the "clan"! One fact remains, each member of the "Wu" is lyrically gifted! The "Tical" CD not only made "Meth" the solo artist that he is; but it paved the way for the rest of the Wu-Tang Clan. He gave real Wu-Tang fans something to look forward to, a sequel to the 36 chambers, "solo style". I'm not saying "Meth" is the best of the clan, I have several favorites!! I'm saying "surprisingly disappointing" (aka brother ike) check your Wu-Tang history. Historically, all of the artist talk about preserving the Wu-Tang family through music! From the way it sounds "Surprisingly Disappointing" aka (brother ike) could use a refresher course on Wu-Tang "lyranomics". NO HARD FEELINGS TO ANY WU-TANG FAN, just trying to preserve the family through..the honest truth!
Lone Wolf
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4.0 out of 5 stars Meth delivers some gems here!!! April 21 2004
Format:Audio CD
1994 was tremendous, as I've said time and time again. I'm here to set the record straight with Method Man's debut album, Tical. One year after coming off of the successful and classic debut Wu-Tang album, Meth was the first to step up to the plate and release the first Wu solo album, to much hype. A lot has been said about this album, that it was weak, average, disappointing, what have you. But the bottom line(which will be addressed in The Last Word) is that this album represents Meth in his prime, representing in a way that he SHOULD'VE represented on his second album. Here's the COMPLETE review, well I'll do my best:
Album Highlights: Tical, Biscuits, Bring The Pain, All I Need, What The Blood Clot, Meth vs.Chef(listen as Meth and Rae do battle, just for fun), Release Yo Delf, I Get My Thang In Action, Stimulation, and Mr.Sandman(RZA and Inspektah Deck KILL this track) and Method Man(Remix).
Production: Thumbs in the middle, leaning SLIGHTLY towards up. RZA's production gems are Bring The Pain, Meth vs. Chef, What The Blood Clot.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs up, but slightly.
Originality: Thumbs in the middle.
The Last Word: Here's the deal. Is the album a CLASSIC? Sadly no, but the songs described in the album highlights section are classics. This album is NOT up there with the likes of Raekwon and GZA's first albums. It's a decent first album from Meth, and it's strong enough for a four star rating. Overall, I recommend this for the fans of the early Wu-Tang, when they were clearly in their primes. However, even with the platinum and award winning success of this album, with a little more planning and effort, this album could've been much better.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Bizarre World of Tical 4.5 Stars Jan. 18 2004
By DeBear
Format:Audio CD
After the phenomenal "Enter the Wu Tang: 36 Chambers" was released, the next goal of the clan was to get the members on individually, and Meth was first out of the gate. Being the first post "Enter the Wu" release, this album does not disapoint. It is Rza as a producer, and Meth has an Emcee, in their rawest and ruggedest form. The beats on this album touch all different types of sounds with the rawness attached to it, and the final result was a bizarre twist of dark funk and strange noises which flow with Meth's signature raspy voice and style. Though it wouldn't be terrible if the album was filled with the whole clan making guest appearences, it is perhaps better you only get a few, making this mostly a Meth + Rza production, both in top form.
Perhaps the albums difining moment is on "Bring the Pain", the simple humming with the signature Rza cords make it an excellent beat allowing Meth to spit fire over the track. This is Meth in top-top form where it is more apparent he is a gifted lyracist and not just a blazed out rapper who has a unique style. Although it was mentioned there are only a few collabo's, one of the best tag team/square off Wu records is on here which showcases the groups two most popular members, Meth and Raekwon on "Meth vs. Chef". The two emcees square off in a semi battle rap where both are able to display their different styles and different techniques of word play.
Another one of the top tracks on the album is the "All I Need" which would be a scary "love" song for any other rap act to touch. It is not a pianoed out love ballad with an R&B chorus, it is one of the most raw songs on the entire album due to it's daring beat from Rza.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Bizarre World of Tical (4.5 stars) Jan. 17 2004
By DeBear
Format:Audio CD
After the phenomenal "Enter the Wu Tang: 36 Chambers" was released, the next goal of the clan was to get the members on individually, and Meth was first out of the gate. Being the first post "Enter the Wu" release, this album does not disapoint. It is Rza as a producer, and Meth has an Emcee, in their rawest and ruggedest form. The beats on this album touch all different types of sounds with the rawness attached to it, and the final result was a bizarre twist of dark funk and strange noises which flow with Meth's signature raspy voice and style. Though it wouldn't be terrible if the album was filled with the whole clan making guest appearences, it is perhaps better you only get a few, making this mostly a Meth + Rza production, both in top form.
Perhaps the albums difining moment is on "Bring the Pain", the simple humming with the signature Rza cords make it an excellent beat allowing Meth to spit fire over the track. This is Meth in top-top form where it is more apparent he is a gifted lyracist and not just a blazed out rapper who has a unique style. Although it was mentioned there are only a few collabo's, one of the best tag team/square off Wu records is on here which showcases the groups two most popular members, Meth and Raekwon on "Meth vs. Chef". The two emcees square off in a semi battle rap where both are able to display their different styles and different techniques of word play.
Another one of the top tracks on the album is the "All I Need" which would be a scary "love" song for any other rap act to touch. It is not a pianoed out love ballad with an R&B chorus, it is one of the most raw songs on the entire album due to it's daring beat from Rza.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
classic classic classic
Published 20 days ago by Richard
5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the Best solo albums ever!
If you love Hip-Hop, this is as hot, high, intuitive, addictive...as it gets.
Get it ASAP, this album is timeless, it never gets old. Read more
Published on July 6 2004 by Dumilde Rangel
5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BEST
this is one of the best albums to ever be dropped by one of the clan members
Published on June 22 2004 by MC Doni
2.0 out of 5 stars 2 stars on a Wu scale
still worth buying, but not until you have
36 chambers
liquid swords
only built 4 cuban links
wu-tang forever
ironman
all the killarmy albums
and... Read more
Published on May 15 2004 by "tritonlist"
4.0 out of 5 stars Mef Brings The Pain
I can't believe some of the bad reviews I've been reading from this album. I even had a friend tell me Tical 2 was better than this. Read more
Published on May 5 2004 by Keith Witherspoon
5.0 out of 5 stars Such an album
This is the type au album where u can just sit and listen. Nufin else just sit and listen. well all you really need to listen to this album is about an 1/8. Read more
Published on March 21 2004 by mick stone bake
3.0 out of 5 stars OVER-RATED
I love Method Man. Don't get me wrong. When 'Enter the Wu-Tang' came out I couldn't wait for a solo album. He has amazing talent and his rapping skills and relentless. Read more
Published on Feb. 17 2004 by Done with it.
5.0 out of 5 stars F#CK IT WITH TIC@L
... Bomb o'clock ! and prepare ur @ss for Meth's 1st lp ... !
As far as i'm concerned : this is the best WU solo lp + the best WU lp ever came out. TICAL is ova'blunted ! Read more
Published on Feb. 5 2004 by "mathblunted"
3.0 out of 5 stars tical
this album is not that good in my opinion method man was not one
of the best wu members in the first place all tracks on here are
just mediocre you should pass this one... Read more
Published on Dec 4 2003 by A
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