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Objectionable Content

The rapper sings the praises of marijuana (indo, chronic, herb, hydro, blunts, etc.) on "Dangerous Grounds," "Party Crasher," "Elements" and "Cradle Rock." He calls women "b---hes" and "hos," and uses crude slang to identify genitalia. Several tracks allude to sexual conquests. The most explicit, "Sweet Love," explains how the artist received manual gratification from a woman he met while "lookin' for hos." Macho bragging and vicious threats speak of settling conflict in the streets, gunplay, body bags and chopping off a man's thumbs. Also, this stickered disc is splattered with obscenities.

Summary Advisory

On "Cradle Rock," Method Man claims, "As long as I pledge my allegiance to the dark side, I'll never die." He's headed for trouble . . . and he's taking young fans with him. Help teens avoid Judgment Day.

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This number-1 R&B disc sold 411,000 copies its first week.

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