Tical 2000: Judgment Day


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Bob Waliszewski

Album Review

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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.

Bob Waliszewski
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