Jedi Mind Tricks – Servants In Heaven, Kings In Hell (review – 81%) – 2006

19 Sep , 2016  

JMT-ServantsInHeavenKingsInHell

Du bon rap hardcore avec quelques ziks plus douces et personnelles. Vinnie Paz peut compter sur les magnifiques prods de Stoupe. Dommage pour le niveau des textes qui laisse à désirer, mais à l’écoute c’est du lourd !

 

Put Em In The Grave

My flow is too fast, you can’t contend with me there
Or it’s gonna be a massacre, Tiananmen Square

Yeah, this is death and doom, my occupation putting flesh in tombs

I’m nice with the Glock, nicer with the semi’s and Tecs
But I’m nicest when I’m clapping at my enemies necks
They tend to regret ever sending me threats
Cause they know the only thing that they could send me is checks

I’m back in this bitch, we was gone for a while
Until a shorty told me that he heard my song and he smiled

 

Suicide

This is murder rap, I’ll burn his back and push your sternum back
And have the doctor cover your head just like a turban wrap

I only been in love once, then I learned from that
A ride or die bitch, said she’d never turn her back
Take these bullets with you to Hell, you dirty rat

I’m thinkin’ outside the box from now on
Like different ways that I can kill the cop from now on

 

Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story

Texte où Vinnie Paz se met à la place d’un soldat du Vietnam, et R.A. The Rugged Man raconte l’histoire vraie de son père dans cette même guerre du Vietnam.
Vinnie questionne les réelles motivations de Nixon et critique les crimes commis par les américains sur la population vietnamienne.

They say we trying to stop Chinese expansion
But I ain’t seen no Chinese since we landed

I didn’t sign up to kill women or any children
For every enemy soldier, we killing six civilians

 

Le couplet de R.A. décrit ce dont son père était témoin pendant la guerre, son état d’esprit et ce qu’on les obligeait à faire et les dommages psychologiques et physiques qui en ont résultés sur lui et sa famille.

This ain’t no real war, Vietnam shit
World War II, that’s a war, this is just a military conflict
Soothing drug abusing, Vietnamese women screwing
Sex, gambling and boozing, all this shit is amusing
Bitches and guns, this is every man’s dream
I don’t wanna go home where I’m just an ordinary human being

Ain’t no sweat, I’m told be at ease
Until I see the pilot got hit, and we bout to hit some trees
Tail rotor broke, crash land
American man in Cambodia, right in the enemy hand
Take a swig of the Whiskey to calm us
Them yellow men wearing black pajamas, they wanna harm us
They all up on us, bang, bang, bullet hit my chest, feel no pain
To my left, the captain caught a bullet right in his brain
Body parts flying, loss of limbs, explosions
Bad intentions, I see my best friend’s intestines
Pray to the one above, it’s raining, I’m covered in mud
I think I’m dying, I feel dizzy, I’m losing blood

I escaped the war came back
But ain’t escape Agent Orange: Two of my kids born handicapped
Spastic, quadriplegia, micro cephalic
Cerebral palsy, cortical blindness – name it, they had it
My son died, he ain’t live

 

When All Light Dies

It’s basic rules to the game, cousin, you never snitch
Or you can see the type of lead that my Beretta spits

I’ll put your body to the blades and choppers
And teach you about the disruptive symbol of chakra’s

 

Shadow Business

Dans le premier couplet Vinnie parle des conditions déplorables dans lesquelles des enfants et femmes travaillent pour quelques cents par heure. Il s’adresse surtout aux travailleurs chinois qui sont envoyés aux Etats-Unis afin de travailler selon les règles, les lois et les contrats établis par les entreprises chinoise, sans tenir compte des droits de l’homme alors qu’ils se trouvent sur le sol américain.

Yeah, it’s a contemporary form of slavery, they call it slave labor
But they don’t prosecute them cause it’s how they make paper
When you rocking that fly shit that’s made in China
By an eight year old child trying to feed his mama
He exposed to contamination and disease
And only fifty-five percent of them will get degrees
And the women have to try to placate the boss
Because of sex discrimination in the labor force
The slave master only let them speak in sign language
And they suffering from lung disease and eye damage
Fourteen hour shifts, seven days a week
Two shitty meals a day, very little sleep
Human life only worth three cents an hour
All human rights lost, no sense of power
Working for a hundred years in the grave passes
Only the improved cleverness of slave masters

 

Dans le second il s’en prend au gouvernement américain qui emploie les prisonniers pour 20 centimes par heure.

Slavery’s not illegal, that’s a fucking lie
It’s illegal, unless it’s for conviction of a crime

 

Heavy Metal Kings

Une putain de chanson génocidaire où Vinnie Paz donne l’envie d’assassiner des milliers de gens. Ill Bill y met du sien aussi.

You a magician’s assistant
I’m sawin’ you in half

I’m a demon at the fire crucifyin’ the priest

I bleed in a fight, Vinnie like the taste of his blood
And I’ll open up your stomach like the case of a slug

I’m gracious and warm, ready for the place in the war
And I’m ready to smash your motherfuckin’ face in the floor

I’m lyin’ to Christ, put your fuckin’ spine in a vice

Vinnie Paz

 

Without order nothing exists, without chaos nothing evolves
Now get on your knees so I can stick this gun in your mouth

It’s the cult leader drink your Kool-Aid
Roll with the doctors that produce AIDS

Ill Bill, human manifestation of genocide

Ill Bill

 

Razorblade Salvation

Il rédige une lettre à sa mère où il change d’avis par rapport à une lettre qu’il a écrit dans la chanson Before The Great Collapse où il mentionnait qu’il voulait se suicider. Ici il dit qu’il n’a plus envie et que sa fille lui donne assez de joie de vivre et d’amour pour rester en vie. Mais malgré tout il ne cesse de repenser à son passé et aux personnes proches de lui qui sont décédées.

 

Outlive The War

Fuck around and get laced with the Luger
If you sympathize with the hellinization of Judah

I’m not sayin’ I’m the nicest around
I’m just sayin’ I’m the nicest with the knife and the pound

 

Black Winter Day

Il décrit son mal être et ses dépressions.

I feel that life a waiting game for people to pass
But nobody ever want you to see through the mask

 

Hits:

When All Light Dies (84,69)

Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story (84,17)

Razorblade Salvation (83,16)

Shadow Business (83,08)

Heavy Metal Kings (81,67)

Black Winter Day (80,84)

 

 

Meilleur thème: Uncommon Valor: A Vietnam Story

Meilleures instrus: When All Light Dies + Heavy Metal Kings

 

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