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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Jedi Mind Tricks - Servants In Heaven, Kings In Hell


: September 19, 2006
Uploaded: November 10, 2007


  1. Intro
  2. Put Em In The Grave
  3. Suicide
  4. Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story feat. R.A. The Rugged Man
  5. A Blood Red Path
  6. When All Light Dies
  7. Serenity In Murder
  8. Pariah Demise [Interlude]
  9. Heavy Metal Kings feat. Ill Bill
  10. Shadow Business
  11. Triumph & Agony [Interlude]
  12. Razorblade Salvation
  13. Outlive The War feat. Sean Price & Block Mc Cloud
  14. Gutta Music feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Chief Kamachi
  15. Temples Of Ice [Interlude]
  16. Black Winter Day
Deluxe Edition Tracks:
  1. Heavy Metal Kings [Remix] feat. Ill Bill
  2. Pretty Little Whores feat. Outerspace
  3. Blitz Inc. feat. King Syze, 7L & Estoeric

File Size: 97 MB
DOWNLOAD: Sharebee
INFO: Wikipedia
Underground9 Overview:
It's been years since the classic Violent By Design, and through the years JMT never disappointed, once again a near perfect album is released.
This time Vinnie Paz raps about more important subjects and more deep tracks are present, Stoupe is my favourite producer, and this album proves why, the beats are amazing and after 5 full albums he still manages to bring a fresh harmonious sound to the listeners.
Lyrically it's good, Paz raps as a confused U.S soldier in the amazing track "Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story" in which R.A. The Rugged Man lays a perfect verse on the beautiful Stoupe beat.
The album is darker than the previous JMT's ones, unfortunately Paz is becoming too uniform and unlike in his previous work he doesn't manage to shine on every song, but on tracks like "Shadow Business" and "Razorblade Salvation" he comes up with impressive lyrics that in many ways play with the listener's mind.
What i personally hate in Paz's verses is the constant threats and dumb remarks, fortunately in this album he puts aside his ego and focuses on deeper subjects, more than ever on the brilliant song "Black Winter Day" on which both rapper and producer are at their best.
This is easily the best album of 2006.

Flow & Lyrics:
7 /10

Beats: 9 /10

Here you can read the full review on All Music.
Here you can read the full review on HipHopDX.
Here you can read the full review on RapReviews.
Here you can read the full review on HipHopLinguistics.

Download and enjoy.
You can listen to some of this album's songs in the Music Player at the bottom of the page.


Anonymous said...

Nice up on the JMT!!! Just letting you know the Megaupload link didn't work. Used the Rapidshare link instead.

RipTheJacker said...

Thanks for the positive comment.
I hope you enjoyed the album and will download more albums from Underground9.

Anonymous said...

Much appreciated dude. Many thanks. -- Murf

Roxana said...

JMT son incríbles!

Muchos saludos desde Chile!!!