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Method Man / Judgement Day (Remixes)

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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B00004XZ24
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)

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By A Customer on September 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
First of, let me ask a question: what you people talking about when you rate this CD 3-stars or below? This album is much way underestimated.
Listen! I think all of you who give this album bad marks are one-track-minded peoples just like Sally in Diamond D. joint because you expected to see a '36 chambers' kinda LP from the Mef. But let me ask another question: what the hell is gonna happen to hip hop if ain't nobody try to make something new? Answer me please. This album is ill: just listen to 'Dangerous grounds', the Left Eye collabo 'Cradle rock' or 'Spazzola'.
You wrote there's too many skits on the album. And what's the problem with that? I think Ed Lover skit is mad and Chris Rock skit is ill... so, what you talking about? I don't feel you.
I think the whole structure of the album is ill: Pre-Millennium, space-type, Satanic, Apocalyptic, hardcore, underground .... And who the hell was gonna make it? No doubt, it was Mef aka The Ticallion Stallion. I think, y'all just can't feel it 'though this album is mad ill from beginning to end. You mad 'cause Mef made collabos with Janet Jackson, Donald Trump and D'Angelo? Eff y'all! It's still phat!
And about the productions: rugged -n- raw! Just think about 'Perfect world' (which is a breath-takingly shocking Satanic Apocallyptic Next-Millennium [or next-next-millennium] Epic), 'Judgement day', 'Cradle rock' (damn! that's off the meter!), 'Dangerous grounds' (Street rips it...).
Then another jewels: 'Retro Godfather' which bring you back to the origins, the roots with a song like we was in a late 70s or the early 80s. 'Party crusher' which is like a early 80s smoothe party joint. 'Break ups to make ups' which is a laid-back type of joint with a diss to the ex-es.
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when i copped this back when it came out, i remember being very into Wu-Tang and with that said this album is an Epic and doesn't sink like Leo's Titianic. this disc from top to bottom is method man every which way possible to name it. mostly produced by RZA & The Wu Elements (Mathematics, 4th Disciple & True Masta) and also Erick Sermon & Havoc guesting on two tracks makes this disc a worthy counterpart to Tical. With 28 tracks as a lengthly opus to starts and funny as sometimes unnessesary skits makes it a characture of itself but still keep the ship intact thou. lots of singles could of been chosen off the the album but the two main ones were "Judgement Day" & "Break Ups To Make Ups" feat D'Angelo make it a sorta purchase but what makes it a purchase is that it's just so dope as a listen that why you couldn't cop it. favorite tracks are:

Shaolin What (cuz of lex lugar line)

Judgement Day

Spazzolla feat Wu Tang Clan

Play IV Keeps feat Rebel Ins, Streetlife & Mobb Deep

Grid Iron Rap feat Streetlife

Step By Step

Killin Fields (with the warriors type of intro/outro)

You Play Too Much Skit (always makes me laugh)


Suspect Chin Music feat Streetlife

Dangerous Grounds feat Streetlife

Sweet Love feat Cappadonna & Streetlife (reminds me of one of my homegirls plus it was her fav. song)

Overall i'm give this a 4.5 Stars
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I remeber when I first heard this album I didnt give it a second listen. But now after hearing it again, its Method Man's best album next to Tical. Perfect World Is not a bad opener and Cradle Rock featuring Left Eye(RIP) is crazy. Dangerous Grounds should have been the first single seeing that it was better than Judgement Day. Method Man shuts it down disrespectfully on Torture and He kills an old school sample on Retro Godfather. Play IV Keeps featuring Mobb Deep, Inspectah Deck and Streetlife is a banger that was never promoted at all(and this song came out at a time when Prodigy was STILL NICE with the mic). Spazzola featuring Streetlife, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa and Killer Sin is another banger. The title track Judgement Day is not a bad single but it is a bad first single. This is a track that if you dont feel it the first time you might like it another time not a track that is going to make you get the album. Break Ups 2 Make Ups featuring D'Angelo is Method Man's story of his grimy ex-girl and its another standout. The only songs I didnt feel is Suspect Chin Music(suspect is the word) and Sweet Love feat Cappadonna and Streetlife. Plus all those skits(with the exception of the You Play Too Much skit) are pointless to say the least. Bottom Line: Tical 2000: Judgement Day is easily Method Man's most overlooked album and is his best work next to his first one. The production was great, Method Man was still nice with the pen and the guest appearances were great too. Whether you like this album or not doesnt matter but its still a hip hop album regardless, Tical O: The Prequel was pop rap so learn to differentiate the two. Standout Tracks: CRADLE ROCK, DANGEROUS GROUNDS, TORTURE, RETRO GODFATHER, SPAZZOLA, PARTY CRASHER, STEP BY STEP, PLAY IV KEEPS(my favorite), ELEMENTS, KILLIN FIELDS, BIG DOGS, BREAK UPS 2 MAKE UPS and JUDGEMENT DAY.
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Method Man had a lot to live up to after his first album "Tical", but this one definitely delivers in it's own unique way. "Tical Judgement 2000: Judgement Day" doesn't have the rougher production of "Tical"; instead it kind of has the sound of "Wu-Tang Forever" with Method Man's own vision. RZA's involvement is definitely evident and suits the album as well as the other people who got behind the boards.

Method Man is still just as lyrically fierce as he was back in 94 and shows how skilled he is here. The tones and themes are sometimes pretty dark but Method Man always puts everything into perspective. His guests, including the Wu Tang affiliates, shine when they're on the mic for the most part; there are a couple guests that stumble a couple times but pick themselves back up. This album is extremely long but there's nothing wrong with that considering the quality of the songs. The only thing I could've done without was the Chris Rock skit that wore out it's welcome after the minute mark.

I would put this up there with the classic Wu-Tang albums.

If you're a fan of Wu-Tang or Method Man, definitely pick this up.
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