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The Concrete (25th Anniversary Edition)
Artist: ADOR
Format: CD

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Label: HIP-HOP ENTERPRISE
Rel. Date: 12/11/2020
UPC: 4260069348055

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DISC: 1

1. Penetration (Interlude) One For The Trouble Life Flow
2. Ill At Will
3. Day 2 Day
4. Off The Top (Interlude)
5. Let It All Hang Out
6. The Voice (Interlude)
7. Keep It Real
8. From The Concrete
9. The Kid Is Crazy
10. Here Comes Da Wreck
11. Heart And Soul
12. Day 2 Day (Diamond D's Mecca Mix) The Last Word (Interlude)
13. One For The Trouble (Sha-Eaze Remix) Let It All Hang Out (Pete Rock Mix) See The Light
14. The Rush
15. Shock To Bliss
16. Enter The Center
17. Enter The Center (BaBanzi Mix)
18. Enter The Center (DJ Club Mecca Mix)

More Info:

A.D.O.R. first came onto the scene in 1992 with "Let It All Hang Out" produced by his old friend and fellow Money Earnin Mount Vernon resident Pete Rock, who by 1992 was already an acclaimed producer and cited as one of the best in the biz. It was an instant classic and a hit in the summer of 1992, was driven by Pete Rock's irresistible horn loop and the tight flow of A.D.O.R.'s rhymes. A.D.O.R. toured with major acts and made television appearances building on the buzz created by "Let It All Hang Out". In 1994 he followed up with a second single, "One for the Trouble", produced by K-Def and the legendary Queensbridge producer Marley Marl. "One for the Trouble" signaled that plans were underway for a debut album on Atlantic titled The Concrete. Despite his successful run at the major label, A.D.O.R. was let go from his contract with Atlantic in 1995 without The Concrete being released, reportedly because of disputes over creative decisions, even though promotional items were released and the catalogue number 82443 was assigned to the release. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Concrete, the album was fully mastered and will be released on CD with 8 bonus tracks. This pressing will be limited to 500 copies total.