|East Coast Assault I|
|1-1||–Dare To Defy||Shut The Gates Of Mercy||3:12|
|1-2||–Life Of Agony||Plexiglass Gate||5:07|
|1-4||–Sam Black Church||Dance||3:35|
|1-6||–Social Disorder||Nation Of Hate||2:27|
|1-7||–Darkside NYC||Forgiven But Not Forgotten||3:29|
|1-8||–Merauder||Fear Of Sin||3:39|
|1-12||–Only Living Witness||Twitching Tongues||3:03|
|1-15||–Judgement Day||Inner Sanctum||2:52|
|1-18||–Next Step Up||La Story||3:41|
|East Coast Assault II|
|2-1||–Negative Male Child||Little Brother||4:18|
|2-2||–Negative Male Child||You Touched Me||4:15|
|2-3||–All Out War||After Autumn||3:37|
|2-4||–All Out War||Resist||5:08|
|2-5||–Enrage||The Laffing Dawg||2:33|
|2-8||–Fastbreak||Where It Lies||1:47|
|2-10||–Fastbreak||Said & Done||0:55|
|2-12||–Struggle Within||Longer Than Life||4:06|
|2-13||–Struggle Within||Leave It Behind||5:00|
|2-14||–Cutthroat||Split Your Face||3:19|
|2-15||–Cutthroat||Out Of Desperation||5:06|
|2-21||–Rainmen||At All Cost||3:09|
|2-22||–Comin' Correct||Knowledge Is Power||3:26|
|2-23||–Comin' Correct||Commin' Correct||2:48|
|3-1||–Stigmata||Life For A Life||3:59|
|3-3||–Stigmata||Judgment Crushing Down||5:34|
|3-4||–Step Aside||Never Change||1:41|
|3-5||–Step Aside||Step Back||1:17|
|3-6||–Step Aside||Suppressed Truth||2:03|
|3-7||–Step Aside||Back To One||1:44|
|3-11||–Hatebreed||Concieved Through An Act Of Violence||1:52|
|3-12||–Hatebreed||Prepare For War||2:17|
|3-16||–Train Of Thought||Bliss||3:42|
|3-17||–Train Of Thought||Hourglass||2:46|
|3-18||–Train Of Thought||Scars Left To Remind||2:39|
|3-21||–Innerface||Flash Of Humanity||4:28|
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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. East Coast Family is a BUNCH of groups. No, they havent been heardfrom much after this, but the CD is Micheal Bivins doing his thing alongside a few groups he gave a shot. Remixes, when done well, are great.
East Coast is notable as the debut of two figures who would both enjoy later n’ greater success : Vocalist Gwen Guthrie later became famous for her self-penned 1986 gold-digger anthem Ain’t Nothing Going On But the Rent. Upon signing a contract, they changed their name to Cameo, and went on to record an astonishing seventeen albums. Blackmon (second from right, back row in top photo) took center-stage as vocalist with Cameo, refined his flattop haircut, put on a red codpiece, and like Guthrie will probably be most remembered for one hit single – in his case, his nasally-twanged Word Up! from the band’s 1986 album of the same name.
East Coast Assaultby Postmortem Remains. Back in 1993 Too Damn Hype put out this compilation. I remember hearing tracks from it and hunted it down in the city. It featured artists from Brooklyn, PA, NY, NH, Boston and so on. Probably what really got me more into the hardcore scene when I was younger. Since it's not in print anymore hopefully it will bring back old memories or make new ones!
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