|1||–Merciless||Mr. War War|
|2||–Mad Cobra||Dem A Bad Man|
|3||–Simpleton||Mr. Old Man|
|4||–Lukie D||Turn It Up|
|5||–Frankie Paul||Have You Seen Her|
|6||–Spragga Benz||All Alone|
|7||–Tanya Stephens||Gangsta Girl|
|8||–Simpleton||Death Beofre Dishonor|
|9||–Major Lee||Same Ole Punk|
|10||–General Pecos||Wicked Man Dwell|
|11||–Frankie Paul||Come Go With Me|
|12||–Lukie D||You've Got Love|
|13||–Michael Rose||Need Love|
|14||–Sanchez||Stuck On You|
Audio CD, June 14, 1994. The rest of the album isn't that interesting, either. It has eleven tracks, and five of them are Boyz II Men songs. And the songs aren't even new; they're just remixes of old songs. The only real treat is "Uhh Ahh ", which is kind of hard to find anywhere (but so is this compilation, actually). End of the Road" is also on here, as well as two lame "new" tracks from each Another Bad Creation and MC Brains. In fact, the "1-4-All-4-1" song is the only song on the whole compilation that even features new talent.
Volume One is the first album recorded by the psychedelic rock band the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. It was first released in 1966 on the small FiFo Records label. It was reissued in both compact disc and vinyl in 1997 by Sundazed. The album features covers of pop classics such as Richard Berry's "Louie, Louie" and the Kinks' "You Really Got Me". The songs mellow out into a blues/folk style with covers of Bob Dylan songs.
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East Coast Family Volume 1 (LP, Album, Promo). Biv 10 Records, Motown. East Coast Family Volume 1 (CD, Album, Comp). Download Various - East Coast Family Volume One. Related flac albums: Boyz II Men - Sympin.
The East Coast/West Coast divisions - hey, what is Eforfilms trying to do, start some kind of hip-hop-style beef between factions? - sometimes seem arbitrary. Indeed, the liner notes acknowledge that some figures straddle the country. Lester Young, for example, was placed on the West Coast due to his especially strong influence on the generations of saxophonists from that coast.