Any particular element of T.I.'s "Rubber Band Man" is likely to either annoy you to no limit or keep you listening repeatedly. A neck-winding beat, a hockey-arena organ vamp, a na-na-na-ing crew of female background vocalists, and one of the stickiest choruses of early 2004 -- put these pieces together and you have one super-catchy (or super-annoying) track. Produced by David Banner, it built on the success of T.I.'s prior single, "24's," which also contained a battle cry of sorts for its chorus. Here, the MC proclaims to be "wild as the Taliban." That, you know, could possibly be hyperbole. He also throws around "Trouble Man" as a nickname -- a more fitting label that took on a whole new meaning when a three-year prison term (for probation violation) was handed down to him, just as "Rubber Band Man" was hitting peak popularity.