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  • Audio CD (September 28, 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B000000506
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,667 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Let 'Em Know
2. Live And Let Live
3. That's When Ya Lost
4. A Name I Call Myself
5. Disseshowedo
6. What A Way To Go Out
7. Never No More
8. 93 'Til Infinity
9. Limitations
10. Anything Can Happen
11. Make Your Mind Up
12. Batting Practice
13. Tell Me Who Profits
14. Outro

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Great flow and rhymes with jazzy beats and samples.
Connor Sullivan
I think this is easily one of the most slept on hip-hop albums ever and is one of the best rap albums of the 90s.
Tom Robinson
Souls of Mischief's "93 Til Infinity" is a very consistent and overall excellent hip hop album.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By SmokaJ on November 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anyone who knows hip-hop knows for a fact that this album is one of hip-hop's true gems.
Back in the day, this debut release from SOM helped break me into good hip-hop. From "Let 'em Know" to the Outro, this album contains nothing but pure, untainted hip-hop. SOM (A-Plus, Opio, Phesto & Tajai) posess such talent and chemistry with each other on the mic. Every track is amazing and every track is unique. They can be serious (real), threatening, full of themselves, funny and whatever they rhyme about, they do it to perfection. "93 'til Infinity" is 13 tracks of dirty beats, creative lyrics and flows like you've never heard before. Listening to SOM rap is like a lyrical headbobbing rollercoaster. Nobody can rip a mic like SOM and every crew in the game knows it.
"Anything Can Happen" (track #10) is one of the most captivating storytelling tracks I've ever heard to this day. A story of revenge over a ear chilling beat.
"A Name I Call Myself" (#4) justifies why SOM is the sh*t.
"That's When Ya Lost" (#3) shows you why SOM isn't to be f***ed with.
I'm just showing that each and every track is unique and is actually about something. Each theme is different from the next, this whole album is bursting with creativity. Pretty much, if you liked the groundbreaking single, "93 'til Infinity" (#8) then you'll love the entire album.
Production is done by Hiero crew members Domino, Del, A-Plus, Casual & Jay-Biz. The beats are all so creative and innovative, the dirty beats and the amazing rhyming will blow your mind.
***Mad props to Del Tha Funkee Homosapien; without him Souls of Mischief would not exist.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By BiolanteX on March 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Wow, what can be said about this album other than that it is f***ing raw. Tajai, A+, Opio, and Phesto D all rip it on every track. The chemistry they have seamless. Add ontop of that Domino, Del, Jay Biz, and A+ lacing the Souls with some of the most lovely beats that they have dropped in thier respective careers, and you have one fine piece of hip hop. Not one weak track at all, and the spirited, in your face style of the Souls makes for great listening anytime. This is a boom-bap classic and one of the best albums from the Hieroglyphics cliq.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 9, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I HATED hip hop right up until the minute I heard this album. This is without a doubt the best CD I have ever bought. Of the 13 tracks on this album, 9 are absolute masterpieces. The beats (produced by A-plus) are erie, totally original and unforgettable. The lyrical flows (incorporating BIG words) on this album are so good that if they were sung without a beat, they would still be great SONGS. I have listened to this CD a thousand times and it gets better every time I hear it. 93 'til Infinity is a hip hop classic. Everyone I have played it for will tell you the same.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paul H. on February 2, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Although this album was released in 1993, it still sounds fresh today. Souls Of Mischief created a classic with 93 Til' Infinity setting the stage for future Hieroglyphics material. The four young MC's possessed amazing, rapid-fire wordplay that nobody else could duplicate. It flowed together well, and the lyrics were intelligent, funny, and clever. Never once did the Souls resort to the tired "pop" or "gangsta" cliches and trends that were becoming popular at the time. And the production here is fantastic also with work from the Souls themselves as well as Del, Domino, and others. Check "Let 'Em Know", "Make Your Mind Up", "Tell Me Who Profits", and the title cut. The Souls were never able to duplicate this album, but that would be an extremely hard, almost impossible task. If you are a fan of hip-hop, you must own this. Even if you're not a big fan of hip-hop, give this a listen.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Map Diggy on January 9, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First and foremost this album iz hot! I recommend it to any hip-hop head any day of the week. Why did SOULS OF MISCHIEF get slept on? Unfortunately they debuted (1993) at a time when gangsta rap was takin' off and takin' ova. (boo) And at a time when the classic sound of hip-hop was movin on. (so sad) That, combined with a sound similar to Cali-mates THE PHARCYDE who debuted a year earlier and a little POOR RIGHTEOUS TEACHERS (1990) flava probably lead to the obscurity that kept these kids from hittin' and gettin' the recognition they deserved. Hope they continue to get some recognition on the air-waves, digital-waves, microwaves...and gain a stronger following! Nuff Respect.

Sincerely,

Dr. Smart Sista
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ccf@pressroom.com on July 8, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Hiero is the wu-tang of the west coast- the souls keep up the hiero tradition with '93 till.. If you like REAL hip hop, like Third eye vision or any other hiero this is for you. Other groups I listen to (if you like any of them '93 till infinity is for you) 'Licks, Saafir, Tribe, Gang Star, Commen Sense, Beetnuts, outkast, Fugees, and the Roots.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ? on May 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
aaaaaa!!.This is one of the best albums of 1993 (Second best year for hiphop), that will leave true hiphop fans speechless. Tajai, Opio,A-plus & Phesto D make up Souls of Mischief, and with this album proved just why they are considered the best in the Westcoast underground, along with the main group; Hieroglyphics. Sooo much character!, without a doubt, this album just epitomises everything good about Early 90's hiphop. Every single track is flawless, and each has it's own individuality about it that enables you to rememeber each track for its own brilliance. From the compelling flows, indescribable beats & creative lyrics, there is no way that SOM can not satisfy any Hiphop's fans needs. From when the journey kicks off at "Let Em Know", all the way through to the outro, you can bet that their will not be one moment that'll make you even want to reach for the remote, it just aint happening. 93 'til infinity is sraight consistency. Now, peak this if you appreciate underground, or early-mid90's hiphop because this will be one of your favourites, without a doubt. Now, go buy a copy or whatever way you can to obtain this ish, because you will find it was one the best decisions you ever made. DO NOT SLEEP...get to know. PEACE. This is how hiphop should be...

Best Tracks - TOO HARD TO DECIDE!! HONESTLY, EVERY SINGLE ONE IS JUST RIDICULOUS!

Lyrics - 10/10
Beats - 10/10
Originality - 10/10
Replay Value - 10/10

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