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Jedi Mind Tricks (Vinnie Paz + Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind): The Psycho-Social, Chemical, Biological, And Electro-Magnetic Manipulation Of Human Consciousness

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    1. Intro
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    2. The Winds Of War
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    3. Chinese Water Torture
    featuring Breath Of Judah (of The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    4. The Three Immortals
    featuring Breath Of Judah; Apathy (of Demigodz)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    5. Neva Antiquated: Dark Jedi Remix
    featuring The Sun Pharaoh
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    6. Omnicron
    featuring Apathy (of Demigodz); The Sun Pharaoh
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    7. As It Was In The Beginning…
    featuring The Lost Children Of Babylon
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    8. Books Of Blood: The Coming Of Tan
    featuring El Eloh (of The Lost Children Of Babylon)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    9. Incanatrix (Interlude)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    10. The Immaculate Conception
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    11. The Apostle's Creed
    featuring Apathy (of Demigodz); Yan The Phenomenon
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    12. I Who Have Nothing
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1997
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    13. Communion: The Crop Circle Thesis (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1996
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    14. Onetwothree (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1995
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    15. Souls From The Streets (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1994
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    16. Last Straw (Onesoul Remix) (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1994
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    17. Tug Of War (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1993
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    18. Get This Low (Bonus)
    Producers: Stoupe The Enemy Of Mankind (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
    Year: 1993
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    Total Comments: 21
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/13/2013 2:59:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az/ hell
    Comment: This is different from their other cd's but it's still tight! Kinda sounds dated in the lyric department!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 5/14/2013 2:45:00 PM; Partial IP: 109.64.203)
    Location: Florida
    Comment: Love the album. Ikon The Verbal Hologram (Vinnie Paz) drops some serious knowledge & Ap... damn my favorite rhyme from him was how he closed out "The Three Immortals". "Yall fish-tank gupies couldn't fuck with the octopus", classic. highly recommend this to die hard JMT fans.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/25/2011 2:40:00 AM; Partial IP: .149.49.22)
    Location: California
    Comment: this is their best album. fuck what anyone else says. highly recommend this shit...to the fullest
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 4/2/2011 11:24:00 PM; Partial IP: 34.236.240)
    Location: Norway
    Comment: What to say? JMT at their ever best
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/29/2011 2:10:00 PM; Partial IP: 246.254.20)
    Location: erer
    Comment: sick ass classic concept / debut album.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/5/2010 1:03:00 PM; Partial IP: .21.254.12)
    Location: hell
    Comment: good alblum just some of the tracks are hit miss songs
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/3/2010 12:50:00 PM; Partial IP: .70.243.54)
    Location: ma
    Comment: ill,raw album.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/26/2009 9:42:00 PM; Partial IP: 197.44.151)
    Location: San Diego
    Comment: Ahead of its time
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/15/2009 9:12:00 PM; Partial IP: .37.28.194)
    Location: la
    Comment: fuck haters that dont like this . shit is classic
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/29/2009 3:19:00 PM; Partial IP: 199.96.253)
    Location: queens
    Comment: man all yall non hip hop heads are too much first yall are saying that tis album is good but not dope then yall switch it up saying this album is wack to be real about it all of yall on this commenting shit is wack don't know if you'er a tru head of it or just a dabeter its a classic nuff said
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 5/6/2009 11:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .15.94.244)
    Location: Allentown, PA
    Comment: Jedi Mind Tricks-best hip hop music on the face of the earth!! Winds Of War is so addicting...cant get enough of it
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/21/2009 10:41:00 AM; Partial IP: 11.150.154)
    Location: Babylon
    Comment: An underground classic much respect from Killah Christ of Demented Godz aka Soldierz of Babylon.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 12/13/2008 7:55:00 PM; Partial IP: 177.77.118)
    Location: Norwalk
    Comment: A classic album whoever typed the comment below this one is a fucking stupidass Visions Of Ghandi is dope but you don't compare that album to this one.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/29/2004 6:14:00 AM)
    Comment: Here's my personal feel on this album, yeah it was good but im use to more of JMT's newer sh*t where Paz has the more violent: "I'm about to rip off your babies head and feed it to wolves" type approach, where as on here, his style is good but not as great. Don't get me wrong this album is a classic, it's quite good , production was dope but then again JMT's production is always dope and the lyrics were nice although I thought they weren't as good as now. Still I do recommend people get this album , it's a part of history and not a bad album but I think not their best. The newer album "Visions of Ghandi" is pretty dope. JMT are f*cking ill and this album shows it but in my opinion it doesn't come on as strong as the others.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/29/2003 2:12:00 PM)
    Comment: I don't know what’s wrong with the cats that be hatin' on JMT or The Psycho-Social, but they are definitely the dopest in the game. Their raw in your face lyrics and the beat productions are off the hook. Any track you listen to just leaves you in awe. I'm hopin' that Visions of Ghandi is gonna live up to all the hype and that Vinnie and Stoupe are still holdin' down and goin strong.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/14/2002 1:08:00 AM)
    Comment: This album is the most unique hip-hop record I have ever heard. It is why I became the infamous JEDI.MIND.TRICKS.FAN. I pity the fool who does not check this record out. It represents the pathos of underground hip-hop and pre-millennium tension leading into the year 2000. This is a must have record for true headz.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/11/2002 8:57:00 PM)
    Comment: Ah yes, I remember picking this album up in ‘98 when it was first released. Classic banger sh*t for real! This was a new kind of hip-hop I was not introduced to until JMT came out with this classic. Ikon's lyrics are on point and Stoupe's beats are banging.
    Sad though that Ikon had to change his style to sounding like a wanna-be DMX.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2002 1:45:00 PM)
    Comment: I remember buying this sh*t on vinyl back in '98 when it hit the little underground stores in Philly, and it was just crazy. Jedi did something that other heads weren't doing, and they put out something so unique that the little attention that it did get offered nuthin’ but praise. Then I had to leave it in my boy's car one summer night, and when I got it out 2 days later it was all melted and warped. I hadn't listened to it again until this past summer, when it was re-released through Babygrande. Listening to it again brings back good memories.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 9/1/2002 1:34:00 PM)
    Comment: Most of today’s JMT fans might not even have heard this album. When I first got my hands on this back in ‘98-‘99 I was amazed. Spaced-out rhymes and dark rzaish production. Damn! This album may have been around some years and the production ain't as tight as on Violent By Design but it's nice to hear it all again and to get a couple of bonus tracks.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/22/2002 3:21:00 AM)
    Comment: Back in 1998 when I first bought this album on wax, it was dream come true to find this gem in the vasts amounts of bland hip hop. The lyrics and beats are on point. Stoupe is one of my favorite producers and Ikon's rhymes are excellent and full of knowledge. The guest appearances are dope too. You guys may not have heard of some of these cats other than Apathy but they all are dope and compliment the JMT style of rhyming. All the tracks on this album set a perfect mood for the type of topics these cats are dropping. Ikon, Apathy, The Lost Children of Babylon all drop heavy rhymes that will appeal to anyone who knows what they are talking about.
    The 6 bonus tracks are a welcome treat too. They display Ikon's and Stoup's early work with their old crew before dropping an album.
    I’m looking forward to JMT's 3rd album "Visions of Ghandi".
    The last album "Violent by Design" was dope, but not as dope as this one.
    Stoupe's beats on the last album were dope but Ikon’s style of rhyming and lyrics kind of changed. I hope that JMT don’t continue changing their style and lose their knowledgeable appeal that they had in the psycho, social album.
    It’s nice to see the Psycho social... album being re-released in CD, so all those who missed it back in ‘98 can experience this underground masterpiece.
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 7/11/2002 3:48:00 PM)
    Comment: When I looked and saw that Jedi Mind had a new album I was like yeah, finally some good hip hop that I can relate to. Their last album was intense, there was some things about the old album that I didn't like but a listener would overlook them. But on this album the rhymes were some of the worst I have every heard, the delivery was off, and the concepts were old and unoriginal. Vinnie Paz sounded like he was 16, and not the fire breather that spit venomous fangs on the last, and there was so many new cats rhyming who clearly should not have been on any album. Basically the album is garbage and if this was the Source Magazine I would give them 1/4 of a mic, just because they recorded a record.
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