A.D.O.R. ‎– The Concrete

Label:
Atlantic (2) ‎– PR 5904
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo, Unofficial Release
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A1 Penetration (Interlude) 0:52
A2 One For The Trouble
Producer – K-Def, Marley Marl
3:56
A3 Life Flow
Co-producer – Ward CorbettProducer – Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence
4:26
A4 Ill At Work
Producer – Spunk Bigga
3:07
B1 Day 2 Day
Producer – Diamond D
3:59
B2 Off The Top (Interlude) 0:37
B3 Let It All Hang Out
Producer – Pete Rock
4:01
B4 The Voice (Interlude) 1:09
B5 Keep It Real
Rap – Diamond D
5:10
C1 From The Concrete
Producer – Clark Kent, Ski
4:00
C2 The Kid Is Crazy
Producer – Diamond D
4:03
C3 Here Comes Da Wreck
Producer – Trackmasters
3:39
C4 Heart And Soul
Producer – Diamond D
4:02
D1 Day 2 Day (Diamond D's Mecca Mix)
Producer – Diamond D
3:39
D2 The Last Word (Interlude) 0:41
D3 One For The Treble (Sam Sever Mix)
Producer – Sam Sever
4:05
D4 Let It All Hang Out (Instrumental)
Producer – Pete Rock
4:43

Notes

The double vinyl release is a bootleg. The original promo has been released as a single vinyl only.
It has not been released in 1994.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7567-82443-2 A.D.O.R. The Concrete(CD, Album) Atlantic 7567-82443-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
PR 5904 A.D.O.R. The Concrete(LP, Album, Promo) Atlantic PR 5904 US 1994 Sell This Version
82443-4 A.D.O.R. The Concrete(Cass, Album, Promo) Atlantic 82443-4 US 1994 Sell This Version

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coldrockdaspot

coldrockdaspot

March 19, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

It's a shame that A.D.O.R got shafted by industry politics because this album is a perfect example of great 90's Hip Hop.

It had all of the key producers,Pete Rock, Diamond D, K-Def and Spunk Bigga and The Trackmasters.

A.D.O.R. should have blown up with this album and he would have it got it released in 1994/95, because everyone was waiting for an album after Pete Rock blessed him with the classic "Let It All Hang Out"(1992)his flow was youthful and contagious and the production and samples (although some were a little over used) still made this album bump and hold up well today in 2007.