Souls Of Mischief ‎– 93 'Til Infinity (20th Anniversary Edition)

Get On Down ‎– TEG-78504-1
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Let 'Em Know
Producer – Domino (3)
1-2 Live And Let Live
Producer – Domino (3)Trumpet – Bill Ortiz
1-3 Thats When Ya Lost
Featuring – Pep LoveProducer – Del*Scratches – A-Plus
1-4 A Name I Call Myself
Producer – Del*
2-5 Disseshowedo
Producer – Domino (3), Jay Biz*Scratches – A-Plus
2-6 What A Way To Go Out
Producer – Domino (3)Scratches – A-PlusVocals [Additional] – Casual
2-7 Never No More
Producer – A-Plus
3-8 93 'Til Infinity
Producer – A-Plus
3-9 Limitations
Featuring – Casual, Del Tha Funkee HomosapienProducer – Jay Biz*
3-10 Anything Can Happen
Producer – A-Plus
4-11 Make Your Mind Up
Producer – Del*Scratches – A-Plus
4-12 Batting Practice
Backing Vocals – Casual, Domino (3), Jay Biz*, Kwam, Pep Love, SnupeProducer – Casual
4-13 Tell Me Who Profits
Producer – Casual
4-14 Outro
Producer – Domino (3)


- 2-LP deluxe gatefold edition

There is a misprint on the vinyl back cover: Track "A Name I Call Myself" is listed twice, as Track A4 (wrong) and as Track B1 (right)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A): 88697 57722-1-A-RE-1
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B): 88697 57722-1-B
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side C): 88697 57722-1-C
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side D): 88697 57722-1-D-RE-1

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
01241-41514-2 Souls Of Mischief 93 'Til Infinity(CD, Album) Jive 01241-41514-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
01241 Souls Of Mischief 93 'Til Infinity(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label 01241 Unknown Sell This Version
01241-41514-1-INS Souls Of Mischief 93 'Til Infinity Instrumental LP(2xLP, Album, P/Unofficial) Jive (3) 01241-41514-1-INS US Unknown Sell This Version
01241-41514-1 Souls Of Mischief 93 'Til Infinity(LP, Album, Promo) Jive 01241-41514-1 US 1993 Sell This Version
01241 41514 2 Souls Of Mischief 93 'til Infinity(CD, Album) Jive 01241 41514 2 UK & Europe 1993 Sell This Version


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December 19, 2018
I got hip to Hiero when I was about twelve, I was told that that was real hip-hop right there not whatever I was listening to at the time. After hearing "93 Til Infinity", I am still dispute that statement being that there is room for just about anyone in the hip-hop culture. Take the Hiero members on this record : The Souls sound kind of wacky and off-key as "Let Em Know" ramps up but "Live and Let Live" , you can tell that they are not just a gang of jokers. "93 Til Infinity" is a record revolving around a group of misfits from Oakland as they document the pressures that they face ("Live And Let Live") in a semi-moral-less environment (peep the robbery story in "What A Way To Go Out") while still exhibiting fun with youthful exuberance ("A Name I Call Myself", "93 Til Infinity") hard to recapture.
The only drawbacks? As with any group hip-hop record, there are just too many voices for the average listener to follow a cohesive narrative and just as well the run time was bloated due to all the members on the record. A great intro into the Hieroglyphics, but after "93...", I think I will stick more to giving an ear to their solo efforts.


January 9, 2018
can anyone who owns this please comment on how it sounds? Traffic repress has good reviews but I'm curious about this one as well