Tical 2000: Judgement Day

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Tical 2000: Judgement Day
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 17, 1998
RecordedOctober 1997 - August 1998
Genre Hip-Hop
Length73:21
Label Def Jam Recordings
Producer
Method Man chronology
Tical
(1994)
Tical 2000: Judgement Day
(1998)
Blackout!
(1999)
Wu-Tang Clan solo chronology
The Pillage
(1998)
Tical 2000: Judgement Day
(1998)
Bobby Digital in Stereo
(1998)
Tical 2000: Judgement Day track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Judgement Day (Intro)" Clifford Smith, Jr. Method Man 0:52
2."Perfect World" RZA 3:00
3."Cradle Rock" (featuring Left Eye and Booster)
LB Da Life Bringa4:13
4."Dangerous Grounds" (featuring Streetlife) True Master 4:07
5."Sweet Love (Skit)"Smith, Jr. 0:06
6."Sweet Love" (featuring Cappadonna and Streetlife)
True Master3:29
7."Shaolin What (Skit)"
4th Disciple 2:19
8."Torture"
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Harris
True Master3:23
9."Where's Method Man? (Skit)" (featuring Ed Lover)
 1:04
10."Suspect Chin Music" (featuring Streetlife)
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Charles
  • Diggs
RZA4:52
11."Retro Godfather"
RZA2:50
12."Dooney Boy (Skit)"Smith, Jr. 0:15
13."Spazzola" (featuring Inspectah Deck, Killa Sin, Masta Killa, Raekwon, and Streetlife) Inspectah Deck 3:54
14."Check Writer (Skit)"
 0:13
15."You Play Too Much (Skit)" (featuring Chris Rock) Christopher Julius Rock Prince Paul 1:31
16."Party Crasher"
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Harris
  • True Master
  • RZA
3:53
17."Grid Iron Rap" (featuring Streetlife)
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Harris
  • Charles
True Master3:23
18."Step By Step" Erick Sermon 3:34
19."Play IV Keeps" (featuring Street Life, Inspectah Deck, and Mobb Deep)
Havoc 3:33
20."Donald Trump (Skit)" Donald John Trump  0:11
21."Snuffed Out (Skit)" (featuring Streetlife)Charles Mathematics 1:39
22."Elements" (featuring Polite and Star)
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Hunter
Inspectah Deck3:58
23."Killin' Fields" (featuring Cho-Flo)
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Harris
True Master4:03
24."Big Dogs" (featuring Redman)
Erick Sermon3:29
25."Break Ups 2 Make Ups" (featuring D'Angelo)3:53
26."Message from Penny (Skit)" (featuring Janet Jackson) 0:28
27."Judgement Day"
  • Smith, Jr.
  • Bey
  • Method Man
  • 4th Disciple
6:00
28."C.E.O. Outro" Russell Wendell Simmons  0:04
Total length:73:21

Personnel

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada) [25] Platinum100,000^
United Kingdom (BPI) [26] Silver60,000*
United States (RIAA) [27] Platinum1,000,000^

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

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