Bring the Pain

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For comedian Chris Rock's television special, see Chris Rock: Bring the Pain.
"Bring the Pain"
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Single by Method Man
from the album Tical
B-side "P.L.O. Style"
Released October 25, 1994
Format 12" single
Recorded 1993
Genre East Coast hip hop
Hardcore hip hop
Length 3:09
Label Def Jam
Writer(s) Robert Diggs, Carlton Ridenhour, Gary Rinaldo, Hank Shocklee, Clifford Smith,
Producer(s) RZA
Method Man singles chronology
"Bring the Pain"
(1994)
"Release Yo' Delf"
(1995)

"Bring the Pain" is a song recorded by the rap artist Method Man. It was the first single released from his debut album Tical. Comedian Chris Rock named his 1996 tour and television special "Bring the Pain" after this song. Method Man is credited in the special's closing credits.

Industrial music band Mindless Self Indulgence covered it on their 1999 album, Tight, as did Candiria on their album The COMA Imprint. The beat was sampled by Timbaland for a song of the same name on Missy Elliott's Under Construction, which features Method Man. Tupac Shakur did an Interpolation of the song on his 1996 album All Eyez on Me on the track No More Pain, and even gave Method Man and RZA credits in the album's liner notes.

The Chemical Brothers' remix was included in Pitchfork Media's 2010 list of "twenty-five great remixes" of the 1990s.[1]

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