Tical 0: The Prequel

Tical 0: The Prequel

by Method Man

Vinyl LP(Long Playing Record)

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/18/2004
Label: Polygram Records
UPC: 0731454840514
catalogNumber: 548405
Rank: 73101

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Method Man   Primary Artist
Shawnna   Vocals
Mike "Dat Nigga Chav" Chavarria   Guitar

Technical Credits

Shelly Manne   Composer
Tony Dofat   Producer
RZA   Producer
Method Man   Executive Producer
Mike Hogan   Engineer
Cornell Wiley   Engineer
D. Drew   Composer
Nasheim Myrick   Producer
J. Graham   Composer
R. Noble   Composer
Rick St. Hillaire   Engineer
C.D. Hawkins   Composer
Sean "Puffy" Combs   Producer
Robert Diggs   Composer
Deborah Mannis-Gardner   Sample Clearance
Rick Rock   Producer
Rockwilder   Producer
Dana Stinson   Composer
Kevin Liles   Executive Producer
Wassim Zreik   Engineer
Mike Koch   Engineer
Lee Stone   Producer
Roger Che   Engineer
C. Woods   Composer
Chris E. Martin   Composer
Darren Rapp   Engineer
Jose "Choco" Reynoso   Engineer
Denaun Porter   Producer
Dawud West   Contributor,Art Direction
R.D. Burman   Composer
Fafu   Producer,Engineer
Mark Vinten   Engineer
DJ Scratchator   Producer
Boogz   Producer
Samuel Branch   Engineer
Mike "Dat Nigga Chav" Chavarria   Engineer
Marcos Javier Castellon   Engineer
Chris Kellam   Engineer
Rich Mae   Producer
Clifford Smith   Composer
No Id   Producer
Trevor Smith   Composer

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Tical 0: The Prequel 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Method Man's newest solo album isn't quite as great as all the associated media hype (a la the TV Guide channel) purports it to be. I've been listening Mr. Meth (a.k.a. Hot Nikels, Johnny Blaze, Iron Lung, Clifford Smith, etc...) since "Enter the Wu Tang Clan" hit the streets around '93 and he's always been at the top of my list. "36 Chambers", "Judgement Night", and "Blackout!" are, in my opinion, among best hip-hop albums ever made, bottom line. Method Man's newest joint, however, falls a bit below the bar I've set for him. The album is too short and only about 1/3 of the tracks are even remotely impressive. Sure, it's got some nice guest appearances (Ludacris, Missy, Redman, Busta, and P. Diddy) and a couple neck-snapping tracks, but, as a whole, I don't think Method Man is giving us his best work here.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album has done nothing but grow on me since I first heard it. Don't listen to all those out there who dis it. This album is burning. It's going to do the same to the charts, just watch.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first cd he had was hot. The second was great. Now this one, I can't find the right words to say or I really can't type what I really wanna say in here. So all I can tell you, the real truth. The truth is that I bought this cd and I only listen to it like two times then never again. I mean Ima Mef fan, but I gotta tell it, how it is & not gonna lie about it. It's not hot.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's not a song on the CD I don't enjoy!