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  • Summary: The rapper's delayed follow-up to 2001's 'Malpractice' was produced by Timbaland, Eminem, Erick Sermon, Scott Storch, and Rockwilder. Method Man and Nate Dogg also guest.
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  1. This latest LP is manna for rap purists.
  2. He's in fine form, spitting a string of mishievously witty quotables over grimy old-school samples. [30 Mar 2007, p.71]
  3. Redman sounds every bit as strong in 2007 as he ever has. Unfortunately, he doesn't expand his range at all here.
  4. As big and as diverse as the guest list is, the album hangs and flows effortlessly.
  5. Red Gone Wild serves its purpose, reminding us that Redman can still be a lyrical beast at times.
  6. Red Gone Wild is a strong piece of work with continuous bounce.
  7. The album doesn't have any of the euphorically propulsive standout tracks that held Redman's older albums together.

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  1. Nov 23, 2010
    10
    This album is amazing i love it, he needs more music like this. This album is is funny and amazing lyrical, redman did great, haha gillia house is retarted haha Expand

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