Jedi Mind Tricks - A History Of Violence album flac
Genre: Hip hop & Rap
Title: A History Of Violence
Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop, Boom Bap
FLAC version ZIP size: 1887 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1846 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1218 mb
Other Formats: MIDI XM WAV RA MP2 DMF DXD
A History of Violence is the sixth album by Philadelphia hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, released on November 11, 2008 on Babygrande Records.
A History of Violence is the sixth album by Philadelphia hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, released on November 11, 2008, on Babygrande Records. A History of Violence Q&A.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Those 2 albums are much better although History Of Violence does have some jems on it. Jus Allah is really simplistic and is just so-so when he's on a track. The wost thing of all is that the CD is only about 35 minutes long!
Recorded, engineered & mixed at Found Sound Recording - Phila. PA Mastered @ Engine Room Audio, NYC. This Record is dedicated to the Memory of Will Rodriguez.
The regain of an old member is usually a welcomed celebration. Cheers come from the fan and the band gains more popularity than ever. The band does better than ever with their new material, and by the time they dump the old member, it’s too late, they already have solidified their place as a quality band. All this however, doesn’t really save A History of Violence. There are a few political and emotional songs, and ultimately this is where Jedi Mind Tricks works best, but most of the rest of the album just sounds awkward due to the return of Jus Allah. A History of Violence is only for true fans, as most will feel confused, as they’ve spent so long just hearing Vinnie Paz rapping alone. Maybe after this release, Jedi Mind Tricks will realize that Jus Allah is just way past his prime, and they will get rid of him.
Album by Jedi Mind Tricks. Deadly Melody (featuring Demoz and Block McCloud). Those With No Eyes (Interlude). Seance of Shamans (featuring Outerspace and Doap Nixon). Geometry in Static (Interlude). Godflesh (featuring King Magnetic and Block McCloud). Terror (featuring Demoz). Butcher Knife Bloodbath. The Sixth Gate Shines No More (Interlude).