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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrandir View Post
    About a year before 4:21 was released, Meth announced in an interview that his album was going to be produced by Rza in its entirety. In the same interview, he said the working title was something like Ticallion Stallion or something like that; and that he was 6 tracks deep with Rza (at the time of the interview).
    Then at some point in the course of the year, him and Rza had a major falling out over some broad they were training on tour. Rza went back to jerking off about cameos in Judd Apatow flicks.
    Such a shame that this version of the album didn't materialise. Judging from the Rza beats that are on 4:21(intro included), he was back to his old aesthetic quality. It really is a tragedy because with Rza truly exec producing that album, 4:21 could have been the Supreme Clientele of the naughties. Instead we get a half decent album, with fillers and commercial crap occupying the remainder. That being said, even if RZA had exec this, Def Jam would still have demanded commercial songs on here.
    RZA is listed as Exec producer but I get what you're saying, he obviously didn't have that much input beyond the 5 beats he produced. The album is pretty good, but definitely could have been better.

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    Still, it made up for the horrid Tical 0 Prequel. Niggahz still have P.T.S.D. off of that album

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    Yes to this^. Peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrandir View Post
    About a year before 4:21 was released, Meth announced in an interview that his album was going to be produced by Rza in its entirety. In the same interview, he said the working title was something like Ticallion Stallion or something like that; and that he was 6 tracks deep with Rza (at the time of the interview).
    Then at some point in the course of the year, him and Rza had a major falling out over some broad they were training on tour. Rza went back to jerking off about cameos in Judd Apatow flicks.
    Such a shame that this version of the album didn't materialise. Judging from the Rza beats that are on 4:21(intro included), he was back to his old aesthetic quality. It really is a tragedy because with Rza truly exec producing that album, 4:21 could have been the Supreme Clientele of the naughties. Instead we get a half decent album, with fillers and commercial crap occupying the remainder. That being said, even if RZA had exec this, Def Jam would still have demanded commercial songs on here.
    what was the source for the falling out?
    It's the god, god.

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