Track List

Intro

The Winds Of War

Chinese Water Torture (feat. Breath Of Judah From The Lost Children Of Babylon)

The Three Immortals (feat. Breath Of Judah From The Lost Children Of Babylon And Apathy The Alien Tongue)

Neva Antiquated: Dark Jedi Remix (feat. The Sun Pharaoh)

Omicron (feat. Apathy The Alien Tongue And The Sun Pharaoh)

As It Was In The Beginning…(feat. The Lost Children Of Babylon)

Books Of Blood: The Coming Of Tan (Featuring El Eloh From The Lost Children Of Babylon)

Incanatrix

The Immaculate Conception

The Apostle's Creed (feat. Apathy The Alien Tongue And Yan The Phenomenon)

I Who Have Nothing

Communion : The Crop Circle Thesis (1996)

Onetwothree (1995)

Souls From The Streets (1994)

Last Straw (Onesoul Remix) 1994

Tug Of War (1993)

Get This Low (1993)

Jedi Mind Tricks - The Psycho-Social, Chemical, Biological & Electro-Magnetic Manipulation of Human Consciousness (2xLP - Clear Vinyl)
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Record Label: Babygrande

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500 copies available on clear vinyl for the first time, clear vinyl will not be re-pressed.

Jedi Mind Tricks is currently one of the hottest underground hip-hop groups in the United States. Their sophomore album, "Violent By Design," has sold over 85,000 copies and is regarded by many as one of the best independent hip-hop albums ever recorded. Babygrande Records is proud to present "The Psycho-Social..." LP which is the cult classic prequel to "Violent by Design." Described by the Source Magazine as "ahead of its time" and by CMJ as "A must own for anyone who cares about hip-hop culture," "The Psycho-Social" was originally released only in limited pressings on vinyl 1997. The vinyl edition sells frequently on Ebay for upwards of $100. That is until now...

In 2002, prior to obtaining national distribution, Babygrande released the CD version to independent retailers nationwide and scanned over 40,000 copies. Now, Babygrande has opened its vaults to re-release the the vinyl edition of "The Psycho-Social" in its entirety, on clear vinyl for the first time ever, in limited quantities. Thanks to digital remastering, listeners can obtain the album Jedi Mind Tricks originally released in 1997, exactly as the artist intended.