EP by . own Concrete.
Town Concrete, or sometimes called E-Town, is an American hardcore punk band from Elizabeth, New Jersey. They formed in 1995 and shortly thereafter released Time 2 Shine, their first full-length album, in 1999 on the Resurrection . They have since released four more albums on various record labels, such as Razor & Tie and Ironbound Recordings. The band decided to break up in 2006, playing their last show on May 20 of the same year.
Companies, etc. Recorded At – Trax East. Mastered At – Trax East. Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZO 5717. Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – MZO 5718. Cartel Records (2). CRL 2. Finland.
e-town concrete (kombat remix 96). This is for the one who helped bring me on this earth, Shut me out since birth, take ya for what ya worth. A fuck up is what I think of first. Always tried ta corrupt my mind. Nevertheless I turned out fine. how come you never had the time!! No, its never easy. Beat ya like a motherfuckin drum. Ta show ya where I come from. Straight from the E-town concrete! Donut give a shit. Tired of keeping it in. Right bout now I need a friend. Someone to help me deal wit it all. Someone to build me high as the sky, hear my cries I can't go on just slipping by. Who can understand?
Listen to E-Town Concrete lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist E-Town Concrete. E-Town Concrete lyrics. Browse by album: ▼ Made For War (2004). The Renaissance (2003). The Second Coming (2000). Time 2 Shine (1998). Lyrics for album: Made For War (2004). Set The World (Unplugged). So Dem A Com (Explorer Version).
E Town Concrete Bio: . own Concrete is a band from Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA. More On: Hardcore, E Town Concrete
E-Town Concrete, Album. That eagerness is distorted by a greater amount of chest-beating told-you-so's ("Guaranteed") and awkward stabs at more melodic material ("Stranglehold," which is redeemed a bit by the bold line "F ck you god/You never answered my call"). Sick World" achieves a better balance and the otherwise same-y "Shaydee" does feature some solid post-hardcore riffing
E-Town has returned with the appropriately titled Second Coming, which expands the group's instrumental and stylistic palette while solidifying its foundation with more focused performances and, of course, large helpings of heaviness. The otherwise seething "Soldier" ends with an extended instrumental section that can only be described as light jazz, while "Dirty Jer-Z"'s verses employ elements of funk underneath some of Martini's most succinct raps yet.
|A2||One Life 2 Live|
|B1||Ashes To Ashes|
|CRL 2||E-Town Concrete*||F$ck The World (7")||Cartel Records||CRL 2||Finland||1998|
|CRL 2||E-Town Concrete*||F$ck The World (7", Ltd, Num, Gre)||Cartel Records||CRL 2||Finland||1998|
|CRL2||E-Town Concrete*||F$ck The World (7", EP)||Cartel Records||CRL2||Finland||1998|
|RR10||E-Town Concrete*||F$ck The World (CD, EP, RE)||Resurrection A.D. Records||RR10||US||1999|
|CRL 2||E-Town Concrete*||F$ck The World (7", Ltd, Yel)||Cartel Records||CRL 2||Finland||1998|