Tical O: The Prequel Explicit Lyrics
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Top Customer Reviews
All their cd's are incredible good and no one can beat them, especially lyrically. The trick is that you like to hear/listening to what you want to hear and be able to understand. You really have to listen/think behind everything to understand what it's all about.
If you don't like it, it's like reading a book where your mind is not ready to understand it. If you call yourself a fan from the Wu Tang Clan and you dislike a cd from then. I have to say that you don't understand what they are doing/talking about. They are doing this for people who understands them and I have to say that I almost understand everything what the Wu is trying to tell to you. If you understand them you should be able to know what W.O.U.T.E.I.A. is.
Peace to the ones who understands them and do what Method Man is saying in The Turn.
2. Why did ANY of the Wu Tang soloists (except for Ghostface) abandon RZA's production skills? Isn't that what made them classic acts to begin with?
3. Why is P. Diddy on this album?
4. Why are all the tight MCs foresaking skills in exchange for commercial success and risking their core audience in the process?
5. Why is the last track (Ridin' For Outro) the tightest track on the whole album?
Speaking as a die hard Wu fan that thought Meth was the best MC when they first came out, I find it hard to say this. But Method Man's album is wack. Straight up. I never thought I'd say this, but out of all the Wu releases this year, Masta Killa put out a better album than this and Ghostface's album blows this one out of the water too. His lyrics have fallen off drastically. He spits wack lines like "I'm trying to get the dollars like Creflo" and "Like Gwynn Stefani, you know there's no doubt". With the exception of Busta Rhymes, Black Ice, and a very tight appearance from Raekwon, even the guest appearances from Missy Elliott, Kardinall Offishall, Snoop Dogg, Saukrates, Ludacris, and the normally reliable and consistant Redman are straight wack. There's even an appearance from P. Diddy......that pretty much sums things up. And what's worse, the P. Diddy appearance is actually one of the better songs on the album. Even the appearance by Ghostface is questionable, but not quite wack. The "Intro" features The RZA and is very misleading because it has a tight beat and leads you to believe that this album is going to be hot, but it's actually the opposite. You want to know how far Method Man has fallen? Just listen to "Tease" or "Rodeo" feat.Read more ›
"Tical 0: The Prequel" has good songs, but they are not tied together as an album, it feels more like a compilation [and a poor one], due to the melee of producers and featurings that don't really get along well in the same arena [the album].
I didn't think the album would turn out that bad without RZA's production and execution, because I know that all the Wu-Tang Clan members are talented enough. [E.g.:Raekwon's "The Lex Dimond Story" is one the best albums I've ever heard, GZA's "Legend Of The Liquid Sword" is very good [although not better than its precedents]; INS's "The Movement" is a good album on it's own, even though it has the feeling of a lacking depth in production, but I still love it -Hardcore Undergroung-; Ghostface's "Pretty Toney" gives the old-school-sometimes funky-always fresh-with hardcore touches- and it didn't disappoint. And many more albums...]
Don't get me wrong, I love RZA, he is my 2nd Wu favorite [Mef is my #1 of all time], but the man needed eventually a sabbatical, he could not be omnipresent all the times.
Back to Tical 0 and resume negative things about the album:
-Production & Execution: too many different people; it's like a sport team with too many stars, it doesn't work! (like basketbal or soccer)
-The album's featurings end up being lame, as sometimes there is not even chemistry between the different artists on the same track. Sometimes it feels like it's not and album but a DJ mix-tape, or DJ Clue's compilations-album-wanna-be-.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Method....man oh man i can't belive this album. There is like 7 good songs on the whole thing. This was a weak effort by Meth. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2005 by Hip-Hop Head
14 years ago, Method Man's debut album, "Tical" became one of my favorite albums ever. And now hearing this album, I see that Method Man has lost alot of his talent. Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by Quiksand
THIS ALBUM IS A JOKE. Buying it will be a waste of your time and money. I am a meth fan and was really disappointed with this album and was mad i spent money on it.Published on July 7 2004 by cheese bisquit
Method Man disappointed me A LOT on this album. I kept waiting for it to get good and it never did. I used to be a big fan of Method Man and Redman. Read morePublished on July 6 2004
method man is too old to be rappin 1st of all.#2 this album sucks.on this album,meth proved he only wants money and could care less how an album sounds.WICKEDY WACKEDY WACK. Read morePublished on July 6 2004
Okay maybe its wasn't what I expect but method man did his thing.My favorite cut on there is the motto which is blaze like john blaze. Read morePublished on July 6 2004
This album's being getting some average reviews but im gonna say without question that this album is hotter than alot of other's dropping right now. Read morePublished on July 5 2004 by gavin redmond
I LOVE THIS ALBUM. I USUALLY WOULDN'T GIVE IT 5 STARS EXCEPT I WANT TO BRING UP THE AVERAGE REVIEWS TO CONVINCE PEOPLE TO BUY THE ALBUM. I LOVE IT. Read morePublished on July 4 2004 by V. Clarke