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jedi mind tricks
14 April, 2010 6:36 pm

Amazon just released the tracklist along with complete snippets for Vinnie Paz (Jedi Mind Tricks, Army of The Pharoahes) forthcoming solo LP, Season of The Assassin. Guests aplenty on this, including Freeway, Beanie Sigel, Clipse, Paul Wal, Ill Bill, R.A. The Rugged Man, Block McCloud, Sick Jacken and more. Check out the tracklist below, and [cont.]

23 April, 2009 6:00 am

By definition the term “Decalogue” refers to The Ten Commandments of the Bible.   Perhaps this is the reason why the highly anticipated Jedi Mind Trick beat smith’s debut album is a mere 10 tracks long. But in today’s hip-hop marketplace an album that is only 10 tracks needs to be considered a classic to be worth the consumer’s hard earned [cont.]

16 January, 2009 5:04 am

Since Jedi Mind Tricks came on the scene in the late 90’s, they’ve put out darker music then just about anyone on the east coast, without actually getting into horror rap territory.  They seem to lie on the fringes, too violent and brooding for most, yet still solid enough to capture the ears of any East [cont.]

17 December, 2006 12:00 am

   With ten years in the game and five full-length albums to its name, Jedi Mind Tricks has proven to be one of underground hip-hop’s most consistent and successful groups. Still, for much of its existence, the duo consisting of emcee Vinnie Paz and producer Stoupe has been referred to as a one-trick pony. While there’s [cont.]

5 October, 2004 12:00 am

      A year after the disappointing release of “Visions Of Gandhi”, Vinnie Paz and Stoupe are back to restore their dominance in the underground scene with “Legacy Of Blood”.  While “Visions Of Gandhi” was heavily criticized for its Latin influenced production, “Legacy Of Blood” finds Jedi Mind Tricks returning to their roots.  With Stoupe putting forth [cont.]

20 September, 2004 12:00 am

HipHopSite:  Let’s start by talking about the new album “Legacy Of Blood”, dropping September 21.  How does this album differ from “Visions Of Gandhi” and “Violent By Design”? Paz:   We did “Violent By Design” in our home studio, and basically recorded it and mixed it ourselves.  Then with “Visions Of Gandhi” we recorded it in [cont.]

20 September, 2003 12:00 am

It’s been almost four years since Jedi Mind Tricks hit us with the classic Violent by Design. During that time the duo of Vinnie Paz and producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind have gone from shadowy underground figures to becoming the flagship for upstart label babygrande records. Along the way they have redefined themselves as [cont.]

13 September, 2003 12:00 am

And then there were two…  Jedi Mind Tricks Visions Of Gandhi not only marks the end of the crews long sabbatical, but the first real glimpse of how the group will function as a duo.   While they may have been MIA for a minute, there is still a certain amount of allure attached to the group.  [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

 Illadelph’s Jedi Mind Tricks first got the attention of the underground hip-hop audience in 1996, with the release of their Amber Probe E.P., a very limited pressing that was shipped to college radio deejays, and shortly after, sold online at a brand new record store called HipHopSite. With such an obvious Star Wars reference in the [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

JMT’s latest is an interesting contrast… On “Heavenly Divine”, Ikon’s style has gotten a little more hardcore, while Stoupe’s production follows closer to the song’s title, with its somwhat “religious” flutes and violins. “Trinity” unites the holy trio of Ikon, L-Fudge and Louis Logic for some more on that same divine level… Could be a [cont.]

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