Legacy of Blood
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|Legacy of Blood|
|Studio album by Jedi Mind Tricks|
|Released||August 24, 2004|
|Genre||Hip hop, underground hip hop|
|Producer||Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind|
|Jedi Mind Tricks chronology|
- "The Age of Sacred Terror"
- "Scars Of The Crucifix"
- "Death Falls Silent" (Interlude)
- "Saviorself" (Feat. Killah Priest)
- "On The Eve Of War" (Julio César Chávez mix) (Feat. GZA)
- "The Darkest Throne" (Interlude)
- "The Worst"
- "Verses Of The Bleeding" (Feat. Des Devious)
- "Beyond The Gates Of Pain" (Feat. Sean Price)
- "Farewell To The Flesh" (Interlude)
- "And So It Burns"
- "The Spirit Of Hate" (interlude)
- "Me Ne Shalto"
- "On the Eve Of War" (Meldrick Taylor mix) (Feat. GZA)
- "Winds Devouring Men" (Interlude)
- "The Philosophy Of Horror"
- "Of The Spirit & The Sun" (Interlude)
- "Before the Great Collapse"
- "The President's Wife" (Feat. Des Devious) [Hidden Track]
|U.S. Top Heatseekers||19|
|U.S. Independent Albums||22|
- The album's introductory track samples "Make It Easy On Yourself" by The Walker Brothers and a promo from WWE wrestler Kane.
- "The Darkest Throne" samples dialogue from A Bronx Tale.
- "Farewell to the Flesh" samples comments from author Hunter S. Thompson and a monologue by Dolph Lundgren from the 1989 Punisher motion picture.
- "The Spirit of Hate" samples dialogue from Beneath the Planet of the Apes.
- "Of the Spirit and the Sun" samples an interview with Charles Manson.
- "Scars of The Crucifix" contains samples from the film The Addiction
- "And So It Burns" contains samples from Giacomo Rondinella's Keep on Lying
- "The Philosophy of Horror" contains dialogue sample from 1970 film "Cromwell"
- Allmusic review
- PopMatters review
- Prefix Magazine review
- RapReviews review
- allmusic ((( Legacy of Blood > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))). Allmusic. Accessed May 13, 2008.
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