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Souls Of Mischief93 'Til Infinity (20th Anniversary Edition)

Label:Get On Down – TEG-78504-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Hip Hop
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Tracklist

1-1Let 'Em Know
ProducerDomino (3)
1-2Live And Let Live
ProducerDomino (3)
TrumpetBill Ortiz
1-3Thats When Ya Lost
FeaturingPep Love
ProducerDel*
ScratchesA-Plus
1-4A Name I Call Myself
ProducerDel*
2-5Disseshowedo
ProducerDomino (3), Jay Biz*
ScratchesA-Plus
2-6What A Way To Go Out
ProducerDomino (3)
ScratchesA-Plus
Vocals [Additional]Casual
2-7Never No More
ProducerA-Plus
3-893 'Til Infinity
ProducerA-Plus
3-9Limitations
ProducerJay Biz*
3-10Anything Can Happen
ProducerA-Plus
4-11Make Your Mind Up
ProducerDel*
ScratchesA-Plus
4-12Batting Practice
Backing VocalsCasual, Domino (3), Jay Biz*, Kwam, Pep Love, Snupe
ProducerCasual
4-13Tell Me Who Profits
ProducerCasual
4-14Outro
ProducerDomino (3)
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Notes

- 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 41)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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93 'Til Infinity (CD, Album)Jive01241-41514-2US1993
93 'Til Infinity (LP, Album, Blue Translucent)Jive01241-41514-1US1993
93 'Til Infinity (LP, Album, Promo)Jive01241-41514-1US1993
Recently Edited
93 'Til Infinity (LP, Album)JiveHIP 138Europe1993
New Submission
93 'til Infinity (CD, Album)JiveCHIP 138Europe1993

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  • DJCVR's avatar
    DJCVR
    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.
    • andthejets's avatar
      andthejets
      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

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