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Good album, but get the DVD too

Unfortunately, if you buy this from iTunes, you miss out on the DVD that chronicles the 2003 tour across the U.S. As for the music though, it's just 15 live tracks of Hiero performing many of their classic hits, as well as some of the tracks off their then-new Full Circle. The two new studio tracks are both definitely tight, but for those of you wondering, Del isn't on either of them.

Didn't these guys create the underground rap scene? Backpacks and all?

Why these guys don't make more albums is crazy! Live Hiero is to be experienced in person, but this is a good carbon copy.

Hiero you know how i roll

Hieroglyphics is unbelievable about 8 years ago, my friend introduced me to souls of mischief since then i've never stopped listening to the whole hiero crew. Just wish they would make it out to the midwest more PEACE


Formed: Oakland, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Oakland-based Hieroglyphics are an underground rap collective who, at their best, combine an offbeat sensibility with a strong grounding in battle rhyming, freestyling, and other hip-hop traditions. All the members enjoy their own separate careers — founder Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Casual, the Souls of Mischief, Extra Prolific, producer/manager Domino, Pep Love, and producer Jay Biz (the latter two of whom have also worked together as the Prose). Most of the members had known each other...
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