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'93 Til Infinity Import

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  • Audio CD (Oct. 15 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony Imports
  • ASIN: B000000506
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
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1. Let 'Em Know
2. Live And Let Live
3. That's When Ya Lost
4. A Name I Call Myself
5. Disseshowedo
6. What A Way To Go Out
7. Never No More
8. 93 'Til Infinity
9. Limitations
10. Anything Can Happen
11. Make Your Mind Up
12. Batting Practice
13. Tell Me Who Profits
14. Outro

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Format: Audio CD
Anyone who knows hip-hop knows for a fact that this album is one of hip-hop's true gems.
Back in the day, this debut release from SOM helped break me into good hip-hop. From "Let 'em Know" to the Outro, this album contains nothing but pure, untainted hip-hop. SOM (A-Plus, Opio, Phesto & Tajai) posess such talent and chemistry with each other on the mic. Every track is amazing and every track is unique. They can be serious (real), threatening, full of themselves, funny and whatever they rhyme about, they do it to perfection. "93 'til Infinity" is 13 tracks of dirty beats, creative lyrics and flows like you've never heard before. Listening to SOM rap is like a lyrical headbobbing rollercoaster. Nobody can rip a mic like SOM and every crew in the game knows it.
"Anything Can Happen" (track #10) is one of the most captivating storytelling tracks I've ever heard to this day. A story of revenge over a ear chilling beat.
"A Name I Call Myself" (#4) justifies why SOM is the sh*t.
"That's When Ya Lost" (#3) shows you why SOM isn't to be f***ed with.
I'm just showing that each and every track is unique and is actually about something. Each theme is different from the next, this whole album is bursting with creativity. Pretty much, if you liked the groundbreaking single, "93 'til Infinity" (#8) then you'll love the entire album.
Production is done by Hiero crew members Domino, Del, A-Plus, Casual & Jay-Biz. The beats are all so creative and innovative, the dirty beats and the amazing rhyming will blow your mind.
***Mad props to Del Tha Funkee Homosapien; without him Souls of Mischief would not exist.
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By A Customer on July 15 2002
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, Hieroglyphics is the most talented crew I've come across, save for Wu-Tang Clan. With Del, Souls of Mischief, and Casual (the main heavy hitters), you have a very formidable team to contend with. Now, this album is a classic - you have to remember, the West Coast sound back in the early 90's was mostly funkdafied stuff. To hear the Souls flow, lyrics, and content at that time, especially coming out of Cali, was something very different. The biggest hit of this album, '93 Til Infinity' is truly one of the most addictive songs in hip hop history. As an album, '93' is very consistent. The Hiero sound was surging at this point, the production and lyrics are in such a thematical sync that the result is a distinct feeling throughout the album. My personal favorites include 'Live and Let Live' (A Plus really killed the last verse - Thou shall not kill, I will if I have to...), 'That's When You Lost' (freestyle topics over an ill beat), '93 Til Infinity' (really catchy, feel good song), and 'Anything Can Happen' (very intricate revenge story told). I would have to say this album is one of my Top 5 of all time. Lyrics, beats, execution are all there. Every song is a burner, a social conciousness definitely permeates through the album; Hieroglphics is one of the most cutting edge, innovative groups that hip hop has ever seen. I think '93' can be appreciated more nowadays, as hip hop has expanded as a world wide phenomena. I mean, being from New York and listening to this album when it first came out (with the likes of Black Moon, Wu-Tang, Biggie, and Nas coming out), not too many people out here gave it a listen. This is a true jewel of hip hop, you should definitely give it some flight-time.
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When I heard this album for the first time two years ago, I didn't like it much at all. The styles were too different for me, and I thought the Souls had odd voices. But certain tracks ('93 'til Infinity' and 'A Name I Call Myself') would stick in my head and force me to listen to them. Slowly, more rhymes would stick in my head and grow on me. Now the album is my favourite of all time and 93 til Infinity is my favourite song.
The Souls twist your mind with effortless flows with excellent multisyllabic rhyme schemes which are still not often paralleled today. You'll find nobody outside of Hieroglyphics who had styles as different and advanced as this back in '93. Unfortunately they changed their styles after this album (and after almost every other album they have dropped) and never came back to this method of rhyming. The album is mostly comprised of creative, innovative battle rhymes. The beats are mostly upbeat and jazz-inspired.
While this is my favourite album, I wouldn't call it the best Hiphop album ever. That honour goes to Snoop Doggy Dogg's Doggystyle. But this one will always be my favourite. My favourite tracks are '93 'til Infinity', 'Let 'Em Know', 'A Name I Call Myself' and 'What A Way To Go Out'.
This album is definitely worth having, or at least listening to. If the rhyme schemes aren't too unconventional for you, you'll probably love it.
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This is an essential for anyone interested in the type of really great hip-hop music that has died over the past few years (at least in the mainstream). Most people who listened to rap before Puffy Combs and Master P probably already know this album as a classic. I am convinced the people who wrote negative reviews about it either have never heard it or think that Will Smith is the greatest MC of all time, or maybe they just crave wackness instead. The album does not really deal with usual rap themes, or at least, they are treated in fresh and innovative ways. "Make Your Mind Up" is one of the best rap songs ever, as is "That's When Ya Lost". The beats are dope and different, and the lyrics are incredible. It's especially recommended for fans of what has been called "battle rhymes" or anyone who is looking for creativity (especially lyrical) in hip-hop music. It's amazing what emcees with well-developed vocabularies can do. Much superior to their follow-up, "No Man's Land", this is the best rap album I've ever heard.
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