Somehow, Method Man giving producer Scott Storch a shout-out doesn't have the same ring it once did, and likely never will again after you hear Paris Hilton doing it. That's unfortunate for our man Meth, because the Storch-tweaked Is It Me would otherwise have been a likely lead single candidate. Instead, Def Jam went for the relatively lame but safe Say, based on a loop of Lauryn Hill's take on Bob Marley's So Much Things To Say. Ho-hum. That shouldn't dissuade Shaolin soldiers from checking out 4:21... The Day After, because Meth's on fire here, and the crucial contributions from the RZA, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and even the late ODB practically make this a Wu-Tang session. Sadly, co-executive producer Erick Sermon is behind many tracks, and his are the most conventional and weakest of the bunch.