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Not nearly as star-studded as his past two albums, Restless 2000 and Man vs Machine 2002, Xzibit's fifth album, Weapons of Mass Destruction, is a more focused effort, boasting an aggressive tone, a high-quality production roster, and a potent club track by Timbaland, "Hey Now Mean Muggin." There are several other highlights, including "Lax," "Criminal Set," "Tough Guy," and "Klack," but there's also a substantial amount of filler. Xzibit clearly is trying to distance himself from his last album, Man vs Machine, which proved a bust commercially, despite its roll call of well-known talent, including Dr. Dre and DJ Premier. Weapons of Mass Destruction does sound a lot ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
Not nearly as star-studded as his past two albums, Restless 2000 and Man vs Machine 2002, Xzibit's fifth album, Weapons of Mass Destruction, is a more focused effort, boasting an aggressive tone, a high-quality production roster, and a potent club track by Timbaland, "Hey Now Mean Muggin." There are several other highlights, including "Lax," "Criminal Set," "Tough Guy," and "Klack," but there's also a substantial amount of filler. Xzibit clearly is trying to distance himself from his last album, Man vs Machine, which proved a bust commercially, despite its roll call of well-known talent, including Dr. Dre and DJ Premier. Weapons of Mass Destruction does sound a lot different from its predecessor, though it's not necessarily an improvement. Rather, it sounds as if Xzibit is unsure of which direction to head creatively: back to his roots as an underground rapper, or for a contemporary commercial sound that appeals to a mass audience? Parts of Weapons of Mass Destruction, particularly the Strong Arm Steady collaborations, are reminiscent of Xzibit's first two albums, At the Speed of Life 1996 and 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz 1998; yet other parts of the album, particularly tracks such as the aforementioned Timbaland collaboration, featuring R&B singer Keri Hilson, are reminiscent of his post-stardom albums, Restless and Man vs Machine, when he was shooting for the charts. The end result is an album that doesn't gel together well as a whole, albeit one that thankfully includes a handful of highlights worth checking out for fans. [In conjunction with the standard edition, Sony Urban Music released a special edition of Weapons of Mass Destruction that offers premium packaging -- a very nice booklet with appealing artwork, as opposed to the cost-saving fold-out insert that accompanies the standard edition -- as well as a bonus DVD with behind-the-scenes studio footage and interviews.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/14/2004
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 827969348628
  • Catalog Number: 93486

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 State of the Union (1:30)
  2. 2 Lax (3:44)
  3. 3 Cold World (3:51)
  4. 4 Saturday Night Live - Jelly Roll (4:19)
  5. 5 Mutha***** (2:55)
  6. 6 Beware of Us - Strong Arm Steady (4:10)
  7. 7 Judgement Day (3:22)
  8. 8 Criminal Set (3:16)
  9. 9 Hey Now (Mean Muggin) (4:21)
  10. 10 Ride or Die (4:00)
  11. 11 Crazy Ho - Strong Arm Steady (4:24)
  12. 12 Big Barking (Skit) (0:53)
  13. 13 Tough Guy (4:25)
  14. 14 Scent of a Woman (4:20)
  15. 15 Klack (5:14)
  16. 16 Back 2 the Way It Was (6:30)
Disc 2
  1. 1 [DVD]
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Xzibit Primary Artist
Dion Vocals
Butch Cassidy Vocals
Suga Free Vocals
Jelly Roll Vocals
John F. Rodgers Keyboards
Tone Vocals
Daniel Silver Guitar
Mitchy Slick Vocals
Truth Hurts Vocals
Daniel Seeff Bass, Guitar
Khalil Keyboards
Dontae Winslow Horn, Vocals
Divine Order Horns Horn
Krondon Vocals
Joshua Craig Podolsky Guitar
Mashica Winslow Vocals
Dee Ray Skit
Strong Arm Steady Track Performer
Technical Credits
Joe Walsh Composer
David Drew Composer
DJ Hi-Tek Producer, Engineer
Terry Franklin Composer
Chris Gehringer Mastering
Kevin "D.J. Battlecat" Gilliam Composer
Richard Huredia Engineer
Charles Mitchell Composer
Jerry Peters Composer
Keith Shocklee Composer
Trevor Smith Composer
Terry Trabandt Composer
Rich Tufo Composer
Eric "Vietnam" Sadler Composer
Lane Tietgen Composer
Lynn Mack Composer
Sir Jinx Producer, Engineer
Marvin Jones Composer
Xzibit Executive Producer
Ras Kass Introduction
Jelly Roll Producer
Timbaland Producer
Eric Banks Composer
Thayod Ausar Producer
Rick Rock Producer
James McClelland Composer
Tim Mosley Composer
Mystro Producer
Danny "Butch" Means Composer
Jason Smith Composer
John F. Rodgers Instrumentation
Battlecat Producer
Ricardo "Rick Rock" Thomas Composer
Daniel Silver Sound Effects
Denaun Porter Composer
Chris Feldmann Art Direction
Demacio Castellon Engineer
Keri Hilson Composer
Mister Cartoon Logo
Khalil Producer
Sean Tallman Engineer
Devin DeHaven Producer
J.R. Rotem Composer
Michael Magallon Author
Jermaine "Janky" Salmond Director
Latonya Givens Composer
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