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Name: BigLew (Posted: 8/18/2009 8:34:00 PM; Partial IP: 220.127.116.11) Location: Providence Comment: Esoteric has the most annoying voice and flow,i dont know why hes down with AOTP by far the weakest member, has he ever listen to him self?
Name: CalikillyazFinest (Posted: 3/29/2008 4:23:00 PM; Partial IP: 181.20.190) Location: tecatown Comment: More dope shit from aotp and 7L., this track fuckin go....
Name: Ess Why Kay (Posted: 3/13/2004 8:12:00 AM) Summary: Beat > Lyrics Comment: 7L - Amazing beat. Vinnie Paz - Normal 'shoot you' lyrics that we've come to expect from him. Esoteric - I still find his voice annoying, but he rips on this song. King Syze - Nothing amazing here, but everybody including him go well with the beat.
Defenitely worth the listen.
Name: ch'a hom (Posted: 2/9/2004 6:07:00 PM) Summary: Pretty Good Comment: I don't agree with Hanus, but of course ya'll are entitled to your opinions. I think Paz and Eso are raw...but they are kinda predictable as far as lyrical content. Nice wordplay though. Production is nice too.
Name: lil_mello_mikey (Posted: 11/27/2003 12:39:00 AM) Summary: Smooth Comment: That track is so smooth but a lil bit thuggish at the same time. The lyrics are kickin' hard with that beat. 7l once again came out strong.
Name: shmugs (Posted: 11/8/2003 2:37:00 PM) Summary: Pretty Damn Good Comment: Vinnie Paz is the man and Eso is the man too (even though El-P ripped him apart).
Name: j6n (Posted: 10/31/2003 9:42:00 AM) Summary: Dope Ass Beat, Lyrics Are Passable. Comment: Man that beat is f*ckin dope! It's just a shame that the lyrics are so, well, average. I agree with Hanus really because that beat is real dope, but those lyrics are just boring...shame.
Name: Hanus (Posted: 10/30/2003 10:22:00 AM) Comment: I'm sure every Jedi Mind Tricks fan hates me by now, but thatís too God damn bad. Vinnie Paz sucks, Esoteric is pretty wack too, and King Size sounds like FT (of Street Smartz) trying to rap like Big Pun. This beat is dope though. Too bad 7L always gets stuck with the wack rappers. As for "Blitz Inc" as a whole? If you like songs about the same old "Yo, I can be tougher than you" type ish then this is something to throw your loot at. I suggest you buy something that doesn't suck...did anyone say MADVILLAIN?
Name: MistaMilla (Posted: 10/30/2003 6:16:00 AM) Summary: Tight Comment: 7L on the beat...Vinnie Paz and Esoteric dropping vocals....what do you expect?
In-Stock Store Section Results For: King Syze; Army Of The Pharaohs; Vinnie Paz; Jedi Mind Tricks; 7L & Esoteric
Artist - 'Title'
Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks + Army Of The Pharaohs) - 'God Of The Serengeti (DIGIPACK)' Producers: Beatnick Dee; C-Lance; DJ Lethal (of House Of Pain + La Coka Nostra); DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); Havoc (of Mobb Deep); Illinformed; JBL The Titan; Jack Of All Trades; MTK; Marco Polo; Mr. Green; Psycho Les (of The Beatnuts); Stu Bangas; The Arcitype; Tony Kenyatta Label: Enemy Soil Records
Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks + Army Of The Pharaohs) - 'Season Of The Assassin (DIGIPACK)' Producers: 4th Disciple; Bronze Nazareth; C-Lance; DC The MIDI Alien; DJ Kwestion; DJ Muggs; Da Beatminerz; Davel "Bo" McKenzie; Fizzy Womack (aka Lil' Fame); Fonty; Lord Finesse; MTK; Madlib; ManyBeats; MoSS; Scott Stallone; Shuko; Sicknature; Stu Bangas Label: Enemy Soil Records
Army Of The Pharaohs (Vinnie Paz, Esoteric, Outerspace, Apathy, Celph Titled, Reef, King Syze) - 'The Unholy Terror' Producers: Aktone; Apathy; Celph Titled; Crown; DC The MIDI Alien; DJ Kwestion; Grand Finale; Hypnotist Beats; JBL The Titan; MTK; Triple Z; Undefined; Vanderslice Label: Enemy Soil Records
Army Of The Pharaohs (Vinnie Paz, 7L & Esoteric, Outerspace, Chief Kamachi, Apathy, Celph Titled) - 'Ritual Of Battle' Producers: Aktone; Beyonder; Celph Titled; DJ Kwestion; Esoteric; ILL Bill (of Non-Phixion & La Coka Nostra); JBL The Titan; Sicknature; Skammadix; Vanderslice Label: Babygrande Records
King Syze (of Army Of The Pharaohs) - 'Syzemology' Producers: 7L; AK; Arythmetic; Block McCloud (of Brooklyn Academy); Cimer; Jon Doe; November 17th; Showgun; Sound Science; Undefined Label: Brick Records
Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks + Army Of The Pharaohs) - 'God Of The Serengeti (CLEAR VINYL) (w/ BONUS ALBUM DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)' Producers: Beatnick Dee; C-Lance; DJ Lethal (of House Of Pain + La Coka Nostra); DJ Premier (of Gang Starr); Havoc (of Mobb Deep); Illinformed; JBL The Titan; Jack Of All Trades; MTK; Marco Polo; Mr. Green; Psycho Les (of The Beatnuts); Stu Bangas; The Arcitype; Tony Kenyatta Label: Enemy Soil Records
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Jedi Mind Tricks (Vinnie Paz + Jus Allah) - 'Violence Begets Violence' Producers: C-Lance; Grand Finale; Hypnotist Beats; Illinformed; Junior Makhno; Mr. Green; Nero; Scott Stallone; Shuko Label: Enemy Soil Records
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