Genre: Hip Hop Rap
Label: Def Jam
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: Raekwon Mary J. Blige
Format: 33RPM,


Method Man Tical 180g LP (Green/Black Smoke Swirl Vinyl)

Method Man

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Wu-Tang Member's Debut Solo Album on Limited Edition 180g Color Vinyl!

Tical is the debut solo album from Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man. Released in 1994 on Def Jam Records, it was a commercial success reaching #4 on the Billboard 200 driven by its two hit singles "Bring the Pain," and "I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By," feat. Mary J. Blige. Available on 180-gram green/black smoke swirl LP.

The first Wu-Tang Clan solo album to follow the seismic impact of Enter the Wu-Tang, Method Man's Tical similarly delivers an otherworldly wallop, one that instantly sets the madcap MC apart from his clansmen as the collective's shining star. Not only is Meth madcap, both in terms of mentality and delivery, he's also incredibly witty and wordy. Here he inspires hilarity as well as astonishment, and the way that he fires off his rhymes with such seemingly spontaneous ease compounds this sense of wonder....Where most of Meth's clansmen delivered guest-laden albums that sounded more like group efforts than solo ones, Tical strictly spotlights the group's two stars and does so with refreshingly straightforward flair. There's none of the epic overreaching that mars so many rap albums of the era; rather, there's just over a dozen tracks here, and they're filled to the brim with rhymes and beats and little else - no pop-crossover concessions nor any heady experimentation for the sake of experimentation, just good ol'-fashioned hip-hop, albeit with a dark, dark deranged twist.
-Jason Birchmeier,, 4.5/5 stars


  • Limited Edition
  • 180g Vinyl
  • Green/Black Smoke Swirl Vinyl
  • 2014 Pressing
  • Explicit Content


Side One:

  1. Tical
  2. Biscuits
  3. Bring the Pain
  4. All I Need
  5. What The Blood Clot
  6. Meth Vs. Chef
  7. Sub Crazy

Side Two:

  1. Release Yo' Delf
  2. P.L.O Style
  3. I Get My Thang In Action
  4. Mr. Sandman
  5. Stimulation
  6. Method Man (Remix)

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