93 'til Infinity

Souls of Mischief - 93 'til Infinity
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Based on 82 ratings
1993 Ratings: #16
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September 23, 1993 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jive / BMG / Label
Hip Hop, Boom Bap / Genres
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Unprecedented flows from these guys for the time. This record hasn't aged a day because they have such diverse flow, not to mention naturalistic, razor-sharp lyrical content. Hieroglyphics production always ensures it's worthwhile.
really good nineties shit
Very good
This album is a consistent record but apart from the title track, which is far and away my favourite track present, nothing else is close to brilliant. The rappers leave a touch to be desired and don't really excite you and make you want to learn the lyrics they are spitting. Also, I'm not sure if it was just because it comes after the great title track just mentioned or it actually does drop off but I definitely lose some interest after the eighth song. It's a fairly negative review for a ... read more
Together with Hieroglyphics‘ 1998 group album 3rd Eye Vision, this album is the crown jewel in Hieroglyphics' all-around excellent catalog.

Souls Of Mischief – part of the Hieroglyphics collective – succeeded in dropping a West Coast album without the gangsta cliches, and that is what a makes it a classic Hip Hop album that sounds as fresh today as it did when it came out. Amazing, rapid-fire wordplay by Opio, Phesto, A-Plus, and Tajai, who flow together really well with ... read more
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