This CD belongs in any serious rap, gangsta rap collection.
Built to Last is the thirteenth and final studio album by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded between February 1 and October 20, 1989 and originally released on October 31, 1989. The album was released on CD in 1989 by Arista Records before being rereleased in 2000 by BMG International. It was then remastered, expanded, and released as part of the Beyond Description (1973–1989) 12-CD box set in October 2004. The remastered version was later released separately on CD on April 11, 2006 by Rhino Records.
Concrete Jungle (Scorcher album). Concrete Jungle is a 2009 debut album by Scorcher released independently. The album is seen as a critical success in electronic music, but a major disappointment to grime fans. The albums has spawned two singles, 'I Know' and 'Lipsin' Ting', neither of which charted. The albums has been widely anticipated by many in the grime scene, but disappointed many in the scene
Built To Last Lyrics. Long before these walls will come down The king rejected his crown All blasphemers stood in line To spread their gospel and lies. But a wind of change came in from the past The legendar. emplars of steel – we came here to win Never will kneel – we never give in This is our deal – the future 'n' past Built to last. Templars of steel – we came here to win Never will kneel – we never give in This is our deal – the future 'n' past Built to last. It's not a dream, visions can you steal It's not a scheme, we are true to our deal. Built to – built to last Built to – battle to the core. Built to – built to last Built to – win this sacred war. Templars of steel – never will kneel This is our deal – built to last Templars of steel – never will kneel This is our deal – built to last.
by Bob Marley & The Wailers. Concrete Jungle is a real place in the sprawling ghetto of West Kingston, a government-built housing project that has played a prominent role in political violence that has plagued Jamaica for generations. The "tribal war" that has engulfed Concrete Jungle makes the urban unrest that erupted in many American cities during the later years of the Civil Rights Movement look almost like child's play. Marley's "Concrete Jungle" is, at heart, the cry of the sufferers trapped in Kingston's deadly cycle of violence. Catch A Fire, the first commercially successful reggae album, peaked at on the Billboard North America Pop Albums chart in 1973. It also reached on what was then called the Black Albums chart in the US. Catch A Fire ranks on Rolling Stone's list of the Top 500 Albums of All Time.
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|A1||From The Concrete Jungle|
|A2||Hangin' With Mr. Booker|
|A4||Order In The Court|
|A5||We Hit 'Em Up|
|A7||U Call It|
|A8||Twelve O'Clock At Night|
|B1||The Uncle Remus Show|
|B2||When The Night Falls|
|B3||Hear Me Laughin'|
|B4||Crack To The Back|
|B5||Time To Pay The Piper|
|B6||2 B A Madman|
|B7||Straight From The Streets|
|B8||The Saga Continues...|
|SBR 70023||Built To Last||From The Concrete Jungle (CD, Album)||Stoney Burke Records||SBR 70023||US||1993|
|SBR 70023||Built To Last||From The Concrete Jungle (Cass, Album)||Stoney Burke Records||SBR 70023||US||1993|