Sonic Jihad (Paris album)
|Studio album by Paris|
|Released||October 7, 2003|
|Genre||Political Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop |
- "Ave Bushani"
- "Field Nigga Boogie"
- "Sheep to the Slaughter"
- "Split Milk" (featuring Capleton)
- "Tear Shit up" (featuring Dead Prez)
- "Freedom" (featuring Dead Prez)
- "Ain't No Love" (featuring Kam)
- "Lay Low"
- "Life Goes On"
- "You Know My Name"
- "Agents of Repression"
- "What Would You Do"
- "How We Do"
- "Freedom" (The Last Cell remix) (featuring Public Enemy and Dead Prez)
Bonus Track (The Deluxe Edition)
- "Field Nigga Boogie" (XLR8R Remix) (featuring Immortal Technique)
Battlefield 2 controversy
In 2006 a fan of the video game Battlefield 2, referring to himself as "SonicJihad" after Paris' album, posted a montage of clips from the game, edited with audio excerpts from the movie Team America: World Police and other sources. The video was viewed with alarm by members of the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which held an open hearing on 4 May 2006 entitled "Terrorist Use of the Internet". News reports suggested that the video was an example of recruitment efforts by al Qaeda and other groups to recruit young people.
- Allmusic review
- RapReviews.com review
- Losh, Elizabeth. Virtualpolitik: An Electronic History of Government Media-Making in a Time of War, Scandal, Disaster, Miscommunication, and Mistakes. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2009. pp. 15–19.
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