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Energetic C - The I-ron Crete EP download mp3
Title:
The I-ron Crete EP
Performer:
Energetic C
Style:
Breakbeat, Hardcore
Released:
MP3 album size:
1318 mb
Other formats:
DTS MP2 RA DMF AUD AU WMA
Genre:
Rating:
4.9 ✪

I love this record but what the heck is that vocal actually saying? I know its not "Me Mommy Poop on Public Transportation", that's nasty, but hillarious. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful. I love this record too, track B2 is my favourite. 1992 is also my favourite year for the hardcore/rave scene and nothing will EVER beat it. :) Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Energetic C (Artist) Format: Vinyl.

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In the two years that followed the release of their debut album, Keane established themselves as a promising part of the mainstream rock canon. Hit singles like "Somewhere Only We Know," "Bedshaped," and "Everything's Changing" made Hopes and Fears a transatlantic hit, earning the trio two Brit Awards, a Grammy nomination, and a host of sold-out world tours.

Album Iron Chic, Toys That Kill Split LP. The Old Man of Crete Lyrics. Can you hear me? I'm crying out in my sleep Talk comes cheap But it still ain't free, now 'Cause words have weight And I carry mine When you said my name That's the one that broke my spine. Let's go, Lord knows That Hell is cold this time of year So grab your coat And meet me here. Can you feel me? Like I feel the days turn to weeks And these scars run deep Oh, it's a part of me now And I had faith But it was undefined And when it went away That's when I changed my mind

Tracklist

A1 Public Transportation 4:42
A2 Come On 4:53
B1 Dancin Shoes 4:47
B2 Metal & Rag 4:56


Reviews:
  • Honeirsil
I love this record but what the heck is that vocal actually saying? I know its not "Me Mommy Poop on Public Transportation", that's nasty, but hillarious.
  • Mr.Bean
I Believe It Says... Me And Me Woman Public Transportation...
  • Frosha
I love this record too, track B2 is my favourite. 1992 is also my favourite year for the hardcore/rave scene and nothing will EVER beat it. :)
  • Rageseeker
Both tracks A1 and B1 were huge in the hot and lazy spring/summer of 1992 and are a real throw back to the true hardcore of the time away from the XL and Rising High monster labels which most true ravers generally hated. This is a great release and I have a great condition copy in my collection which gets play time. A release for those who actually lived through the true London scene of 92.
  • Skyway
RH were a high volume label with 20,000's of copies pushed out. Generally good productions but because of their mass release flood the market approach were not exciting or particularly underground so many dj's steered away from them or only went to them for commercial crowded. I have most early RH stuff on whites and general releases. Nothing wrong with them just don't bring back many memories other than Ma be Tasco Warehouse where they threw a night where hc was pretty good.
  • White_Nigga
''...away from the XL and Rising High monster labels which most true ravers generally hated''! Did they? Or are you just speaking from your own and friends perspectives?!? Rising High was a wicked label. There was a few big anthem tracks like 'Roughneck' (which blew up big time) and some of the RHC stuff was a bit commercial, but the majority of was wicked tearing underground hardcore/ techno. The stuff such as The Hypnotist, Interface (and other Mike Ash productions), Dark Syndicate, Subway etc was all pretty underground and played by DJ's at many raves up and down the UK plus on many pirate radio stations. So I don't think their stuff was 'hated' by the ravers as their tracks went down well when Easygroove, Top Buzz, DJ Sy and Ramjack (etc) dropped them at Fantazia. If anything the majority of the stuff on R.H was probably a bit too Techno and just generally 'out there' for the main rave scene. I wouldn't really put it in the same catagory as XL etc.