Servants in Heaven, Kings in Visions of heaven and hell pdf is the fifth studio album by hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks. It was released September 19, 2006 through Babygrande Records. Additional guest appearances on the album are provided by Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond, Sean Price, R.
As with previous Jedi Mind Tricks albums, many of the track titles appear to be lifted from previous songs by heavy metal groups. Black Winter Day” is the name of a track by Amorphis.
Much of the lyrics reference heavy metal also, i. Calculate infinity with The Dillinger Escape Plan. The album was warmly received critically, especially when compared to their two previous efforts, Visions of Gandhi and Legacy of Blood, which both received mixed reviews. Like how Wu-Tang appealed to so many different fans because of both their hard, urban beats and their smart, complex lyrics, so too are Jedi Mind Tricks able to achieve that same status.
Stoupe’s production is heavy yet musical, and Paz’s rhymes are intelligent yet accessible, his voice rough yet his delivery smooth. Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell is the collaboration of two talented musicians who can create a nearly flawless album in which each track can stand on its own, but is more powerful as a whole, as an exploration of pain and hatred, of those feelings that we often don’t wish to address but that, thanks to Jedi Mind Tricks, will be addressed for us. An exclusive version of the album was released at Trans World Entertainment chain stores.