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The rapper and actor Redman was born Reginald Noble in New York in 1970. In addition to his solo career, he is a member of Def Squad and has had successful collaborations with Method Man and Christina Aguilera.

His debut album Whut? Thee Album, a blend of funk and reggae influences, went on to gold sales and earned him The Source magazine's Rap Artist of the Year tag. The follow-up, ... Read more in Amazon's Redman Store

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  • Audio CD (March 27, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Island Def Jam Music Group
  • ASIN: B0009VJWP4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,204 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fire
2. Bak Inda Bildin
3. Put It Down
4. Gimmie One
5. F**k Ur Opinion
6. Sumtn 4 Urrbody
7. How U Like Dat
8. Freestyle Feestyle
9. Walk In Gutta
10. Wutchoogonnado
11. Dis Iz Brick City
12. Rite Now
13. Blow Treez
14. Pimp Nutz
15. Mr. Ice Cream Man
16. Hold Dis Blaow!
17. Get' Em
18. Merry Jane
19. Gilla House Check
20. No Mo Soopaman Luva
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RED GONE WILD - THEE ALBUM, with productions by Erick Sermon, Scott Storch, Timbaland, Rockwilder, and special appearances by Red's cousin Method Man (of the Wu-Tang Clan), Erick Sermon and Keith Murray (with whom Redman performs in the group Def Squad), Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and Biz Markie, will arrive in stores March 27th. The release follows Redman's two-day visit to the legendary South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival in Austin, Texas, March 16 & 17th The album launches with its first single pick, "Put It Down" produced by Timbaland, which ships to radio on Monday (Feb. 19th) and impacts at Urban radio formats on Feb. 26th. Production details of the "Put It Down" video and its premiere date will be announced in the weeks ahead. Early buzz on the album began weeks ago when the album's cutting-edge, anime-inspired artwork leaked to the internet. RED GONE WILD - THEE ALBUM is the long-awaited follow-up to Redman's last album, the RIAA gold Malpractice (released May 2001), featuring the singles "Let's Get Dirty (I Can't Get in Da Club)," "Smash Sumthin'," and "Diggy Doc." That same year, Redman joined Method Man for one of the all-time great stoner comedy movies How High (which led to his co-hosting the High Times "Stony Awards" last year), and writer-director Lawrence Page's Statistic: The Movie. In 2002, Christina Aguilera enlisted Redman to join her on one of his biggest career moves, the worldwide #1 single "Dirrty," subsequently nominated for a Grammy and three MTV VMAs. This is the explicit version.

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Jersey boy, sometime actor, longtime rapper Redman ends to a five-year album hiatus with Red Gone Wild. "Thee Album," as its subtitle suggests, slings all the comeback bravado it can. From the opening bump of "Fire," Redman rolls out his own red carpet, strutting the whole way. "Rite Now" swipes and recalls the thumping throwback funk Redman first exploited well with 1994's Muddy Waters, and "Freestyle Freestyle" adds a heavy shuffle to that. Throughout, Redman and a bevy of guests saunter through backing tracks built around Marvin Gaye, Millie Jackson, Curtis Mayfield, Rick James, and Bob Marley (the viscerally stupid and strangely arresting "Blow Treez"). In one of the album's wilder moments, "Sumtn 4 Urrbody," rappers Blam, Runt Dog, Ready Roc, Icadon, and Saukrates drop in to party for a verse each: suddenly, the line "Hair on my chest look like taco meat" never sounded so good. Lines that doggone dirty have stapled seams through the beats of every Redman record since 1994's Dare Iz A Darkside, at least. But Seattle producer Vitaman D cooks up the album's wildest cut, namely the abysmally thick pulse gunning beneath the ironic silliness of "Pimp Nutz." To his continuing credit, Redman's got no problem bringing more talented collaborators into the studio and letting them loose. After all, he himself was long ago gone wild. --Jason Kirk

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Redman is full of witty, well put together verses that use metaphors and similes to make a dope verse.
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The only other complaint I would have is the album's running length, it's a little too long and having less than 23 tracks might make it a little easier to digest.
ctrx
The last good album was 1998's Doc's Da Name, although the dismal album Malpractice was released in 2000.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ctrx VINE VOICE on March 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
A full six years since his last LP, Redman finally dropped what is probably hip hop's most delayed album not named "Dretox." "Red Gone Wild: Thee Album" is a completely refreshing, hilarious, and satisfying release from a hip hop legend that totally stands tall even when compared to his 90s classics. What I have always loved about Redman is that the more things change, the more he stays the same. His hilarious punchlines, wild flow, and unique quirks never grow old, although this album is very fresh sounding and sounds quite updated. Erick Sermon handles most of the production, which I was ecstatic about, because he is one of my favorite producers and he and Redman are a match made in heaven. Scott Storch and a Pete Rock, among others, also contribute beats. His funky, bass-heavy, and upbeat productions bring nostalgia of Def Squad's heyday but mostly just entertain. It wouldn't be a great Redman album without Soopaman Luva, and he appears in all his greatness on the album's last songs. The skits are hilarious, especially "Mr. Ice Cream Man." In the way that Ghostface Killah introduced his Theodore Unit Crew on "Fishscale" and "More Fish," Redman takes the opportunity to present his young rap posse, the Gilla House. These rappers appear on a good deal of the songs, and shouts of "Gilla House!" and "Brick City!" are heard throughout the album. While these rappers are all okay, they can't touch Reggie Noble, and I would rather hear him rap than any of them. The only other complaint I would have is the album's running length, it's a little too long and having less than 23 tracks might make it a little easier to digest. "Red Gone Wild" is the finest album of 2007 thus far and will please his longtime fans in a huge way.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G loc on April 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Red is so consistent and it stays that way with his latest release...

1. A decent track to open the album 7/10
2.Great beat but not Reds best effort 7/10
3.First single produced by Timbaland. Pretty hot 8/10
4. Nothing special 6/10
5.Just a skit
6.Heres where the album gets good. Guest apperences really make this song. Has a down south feel. 8/10
7 Gov mattic does a great job 9/10
8.Im not sure if this is a freestyle but its still a good song 8/10
9.I love the fact that biz markie is in this song 9/10
10 A slower song with an r&b hook 9/10
11.A great song going back to reds home 9/10
12.One of my favourite songs, a great beat. 10/10
13.My favourite song. Feat Ready Roc & method man, this song has a great feel to it. Reminds me of Red and Meths album Blackout 10/10
14. A good song but kind of brings the flow of the album down 7/10
15.Just a skit
16.An outstanding beat and lyrics we have come to expect from red 8/10
17.Ruins the whole feel of the album 6/10
18.My second favourite. A tribute to weed and Rick James. Nate and Snoop both deliver 10/10
19.A bit annoying 6/10
20. Just a skit
21. Reds alter ego Suppaman, but there is nothing super about this track. 7/10
22. Still alter ego, better than the previous but only about 2 minutes. 8/10
23. A good song taking after the Gravediggaz song 1-800-Suicide which is a classic. Doesn't quite live up to it. 9/10

Overall I give this album a 9/10
This album is a good introduction to Redman for beginners and will not dissapoint the long time listeners.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peace Daddy VINE VOICE on May 29, 2007
Format: Audio CD
After making everybody wait quite a while, Redman is finally back and drops another solid album with "Red Gone Wild." Keeping it funky but not quite as grimy as his past releases, "Red Gone Wild" showcases Red's infantry of friends almost as much as Red himself. Most of the guest artists serve their purpose, however, and everything blends together rather seamlessly. Over and over again, Red and his crew chant "Gilla House!" over a plethora of prototypical Def Squad beats. When Red is at his best is when he spits the grime we've come to love from him, as on the intro track "Fire" which is one of the album's highlights.

Although "Red Gone Wild" suffers from the usual amount of filler most Redman albums have, it still holds its own as a solid "comeback" release from one of hip-hop's most consistent veterans.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julius Burgess on March 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've been eagerly awaiting this CD for some time and now that it's here, it's everything I was expecting from Funk Doc! This CD stands shoulder to shoulder with "The What" and "Muddy Waters" as Hip Hop Classics and the reason that Redman is (or should be) in everyone's top 10 ALL Time. If you are a Redman fan and you don't already have this CD... put down the sour deisel, step away from that plus size chick and get your stinkin az down to the store and get that!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hip-Hop Fiend on March 30, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Finally, Redman has returned. I was a huge fan of his 1st and 2nd albums back in the day and was disappointed by his albums after that. Given all of the mindless hip-hop that is dominating the radio, it is nice to see someone with real skills return to the scene. This is definitely a worthwhile purchase if you like real lyricists; if not, go buy Unk or Dem Franchise Boys and watch your brain cells deteriorate.
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