Not listened to this before, aside from How High.
Like a lot of people, Method Man was my favourite Wu member when 36 Chambers came out, but for me personally his stock fell pretty quickly. Thought Tical was… OK, but all the other members solo albums after that basically pissed all over it. And then 4 years 'til his next album following a disappointing 2nd Wu album - he had his work cut out. I thought him teaming up with Redman was a lot of fun, and I bought Blackout! on CD, but I was really still chasing that earlier era RZA sound and Ghostface was providing that fix more.
Seeing Limp Bizkit on here made me wince, but N2 Gether Now is dope! Also great hearing Saukrates - used to love Father Time and Play Dis - and Streetlife! He used to pop up all over the place, including that Killarmy album that I was obsessed with for a while.
Nice pick. And nice having those few tracks at the end to close it out. Despite what I just said about Tical, Bring Da Pain was a banger and How To Roll A Blunt reminds me that I don’t listen to Redman’s first few albums enough.