Hijack (2) ‎– The Horns Of Jericho

Warner Bros. Records ‎– 7599-26386-1
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Intro / Phantom Of The Opera 4:50
A2 The Syndicate Outta Jail 3:46
A3 Daddy Rich (Part 1) 5:59
A4 Back To Brixton 3:38
A5 Airwave Hijack (Part 1) 3:31
B1 Hijack The Terrorist Group 4:52
B2 The Badman Is Robbin 3:03
B3 I Had To Serve You 3:12
B4 Don't Go With Strangers 3:38
B5 Brother Versus Brother 3:01
B6 The Paranoid Schizophrenic With Homicidal Tendencies 1:22
B7 The Contract
Featuring – Huntkillbury Finn, Shaka Shazam, The Icepick

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Written, produced and skillfully masterminded at the HQ and executed at F2 Studios, London, England.

Made in Germany.

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  • Barcode: 075992638616

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7599-26386-2 Hijack (2) The Horns Of Jericho(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 7599-26386-2 UK & Europe 1991 Sell This Version
RES18 Hijack (2) The Original Horns Of Jericho / Instrumental Movie Sound Track(2xLP, Ltd) Reservoir Records RES18 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BB-005 Hijack (2) The Horns Of Jericho(LP, Red + LP, Yel + LP, Gre) BackBone Records BB-005 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
BB-005 Hijack (2) The Horns Of Jericho(LP, Whi + LP + LP, Gre + Album, RE, RM) BackBone Records BB-005 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
MOVLP1259 Hijack (2) The Horns Of Jericho(LP, Album, RE) Music On Vinyl MOVLP1259 Europe 2015 Sell This Version


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August 21, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

There was a point at which this era of UK hip hop seemed to be looked back on with some shame, which is ironic considering that most of the workmanlike stuff of the later period is now forgotten. OK, so they rap in some fairly Yankified accents and what was meant to sound a bit menacing at the time now sounds quaint, but it is a hands-down great album, with very varied subject matter and some well-planned-out, hefty musical backings. They would have only had to lose one or two of the less effective tracks and replace them with some more of their exemplary earlier singles to perfect it.


September 4, 2008
A Sampling Masterpiece, predating MR Shadow by 5 years. Considering the price of RAM at the time these guys squeezed every ounce of their machines.

The way the poetry interjects with the breaks and bass is amazing.
Serious statements smack with the bass or clever drum rolls provide punch lines for the witty bits leading into spooky crescendo's.

Each track has a main scratch break which is used sparingly and effectively to put the message across

Hardcore with Class & Humor XX