Origine du Groupe : North America
Style : Hip Hop
Sortie : 2002
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If you’re into raps about worldly things like 9-to-5 jobs, male-female relations, and platinum pinky rings, you might want to click over to another album. Jedi Mind Tricks--Ikon the Verbal
Hologram and Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind--flip bushels of out-there, sci-fi rhymes on this experimental and sinister underground favorite from 1997. Certainly, tales of Illuminati-esque
government conspiracies, alien experiments, and other stratospherical explorations have never sounded so unique, aided here by ominous violins and creepy operatic squeals. "I Who Have Nothing"
(complete with Shirley Bassey sample) should get votes for being one of the most depressing songs of all time; however, for folks blunted into Top 40 submission, it may well have the opposite
effect. On the other hand, JMT’s heavy use of religious references and plodding lo-tech beats is not for everyone. Borderline geniuses or Star Trek geeks gone mad? The choice is yours.
The Psycho-Social CD is the cult classic pre-quel to Jedi Mind Tricks "Violent by Design" album.
Described by The Source Magazine as "Ahead of its time" and by CMJ as "A must own for anyone who cares about hip-hop culture," The Psycho-Social CD is a must own.
01. Life Is (7:22)
02. Over You (5:36)
03. Nothing To Be Afraid Of (6:16)
04. Rumble (6:48)
05. Ease The Pain (4:42)
06. Pyroclastic (6:28)
07. Lullaby (4:17)
08. Call Her Name (6:53)
09. Check 4 Zero (7:13)
10. Epilogue (2:22)
11. Been Thinkin' (5:21)