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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
Def Jam's How High soundtrack comes close to being another Method Man and Redman album, a follow-up to the blunt-smoking duo's successful Blackout! album from two years before. But about halfway through, the soundtrack segues into previously released Def Jam material such as DMX's "Party Up Up in Here" and Ludacris' "What's Your Fantasy." As for the newly recorded Meth-Red material featured here, most noteworthy is "Part II," a version of the duo's signature song "How High." Erick Sermon produces this update, which prominently features Toni Braxton on the hook. It's a catchy song, one of the duo's better smoking anthems. Additionally, Meth and Red hook up with ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
Def Jam's How High soundtrack comes close to being another Method Man and Redman album, a follow-up to the blunt-smoking duo's successful Blackout! album from two years before. But about halfway through, the soundtrack segues into previously released Def Jam material such as DMX's "Party Up Up in Here" and Ludacris' "What's Your Fantasy." As for the newly recorded Meth-Red material featured here, most noteworthy is "Part II," a version of the duo's signature song "How High." Erick Sermon produces this update, which prominently features Toni Braxton on the hook. It's a catchy song, one of the duo's better smoking anthems. Additionally, Meth and Red hook up with Rockwilder and Cypress Hill for an update of War's "Cisco Kid."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/11/2001
  • Label: Def Jam
  • UPC: 731458662822
  • Catalog Number: 586628

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Intro (0:16)
  2. 2 Pt. II - Method Man (4:04)
  3. 3 Round and Round - Jonell (3:50)
  4. 4 Cisco Kid - Method Man (4:00)
  5. 5 America's Most - Method Man (3:35)
  6. 6 Yes Sir, Dean Cain, Sir (Skit) (0:23)
  7. 7 Let's Do It - Method Man (4:35)
  8. 8 We Don't No How 2 Act - Redman (3:28)
  9. 9 Who Wanna Rap - Streetlife (2:54)
  10. 10 Fine Line - Saukrates (2:32)
  11. 11 N2gether Now - Limp Bizkit (3:56)
  12. 12 Party Up (Up in Here) - DMX (4:37)
  13. 13 What's Your Fantasy - Shawnna (4:36)
  14. 14 Da Rockwilder - Method Man (2:17)
  15. 15 I Love Nwa (Skit) (0:13)
  16. 16 Bring da Pain - Method Man (3:06)
  17. 17 How to Roll a Blunt - Redman (3:21)
  18. 18 All I Need (3:42)
  19. 19 Big Dogs - Method Man (3:28)
  20. 20 How High - Method Man (3:59)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cypress Hill Track Performer
Booster Vocals
Limp Bizkit Track Performer
Saukrates Track Performer
Ludacris Track Performer
Jonell Track Performer
Technical Credits
DJ Hi-Tek Producer
Redman Producer, Executive Producer
DJ Premier Producer
Terry Date Producer, Engineer
Reggie Noble Producer
Prince Rhakeem Producer, Remixing
Eddie Sancho Engineer
Erick Sermon Producer
Tom Soares Engineer
Scott Spencer Storch Producer
Tommy Uzzo Engineer
Mike "Hitman" Wilson Engineer
Method Man Executive Producer
Mike Hogan Engineer
Pete Rock Producer
Mauricio Iragorri Engineer
Dave Greenberg Engineer
Chris Theis Engineer
Jack Hersca Engineer
Rockwilder Producer
Lyor Cohen Executive Producer
Kevin Liles Executive Producer
Wassim Zreik Engineer
Mike Koch Engineer
Oscar Ramirez Engineer
Swizz Beatz Producer
Mathematics Producer, Engineer
DJ Twinz Producer
Dylan Dresdow Engineer
Choco Engineer
Dave Dar Engineer
Shondrae Producer
James Ellis Executive Producer
Big Sox Producer
Kasseem Dean Composer
Christopher Bridges Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    beats em all

    man it was kickin! i laughed the whole time, and was amazed by red and meth's stunning apperences, i fell hopelessly in love with em. hehehehehe

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Red and Meth and Def

    This album isnt really a red and meth album, its half new stuff and then half old def jam stuff you probably already have. Some of the new stuff is great though, ''part 2'' and ''cisco kid'' are two of red and meths finest, while the rest of the new stuff is just decent. The old def jam replays are okay but i would have preferred new stuff not even necessarily by the ''Men''. I mean i now have ''Big Dogs'' on three different albums!! but with the new red and meth songs plus a really great R&B track by jonelle the album still gets 4 stars out of me and will hold me over till the movie comes out.

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