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The Ends (3) - Concrete Disappointment (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Ends - Concrete Disappointment at Discogs. Complete your The Ends collection/5(14).
  2. Its the second album (first of all new material) from Austin, TX's best punk rock band, The Ends! Taking a slightly different approach than on their debut, The Ends incorporate 5 decades of rock n' roll influence into their punk rock attack, from 50's Chuck Berry riffing to 60's garage, to NY Dolls swagger, to English pub/punk 77 sound, all the way up to the present day.
  3. Explore releases from The Ends at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Ends at the Discogs Marketplace. Explore. Discover. Explore All; Trending Releases; List Explorer The Ends (3) Concrete Disappointment (Album) 3 versions: Dirtnap Records: US: Sell This Version: 3 .
  4. Jan 11,  · The Ends Concrete Disappointment () Dirtnap. Reviewer Adam White instead relying on a marble-mouthed fuzz very similar to the style Ends singer Ian takes to dizzying extremes on Concrete Disappointment. With a vicious Dead Boys snarl and some vintage guitar work in the vein of Johnny Thunders, The Ends are begging critics to rip them up 7/
  5. Oct 16,  · The main disappointment I have in this version is the lack of artwork that the CD book contains. They couldn't print a glossy two page repro of the stuff as an insert? I have zero problem with the sound production on this one, however, I don't have the Greek only original vinyl version to compare with. One of the better reissues of the Blonde /5().
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  7. This record plays like a greatest hits collection and the fact that 2pac recorded s of tracks during this period and cut to 11 for this release speaks volumes about the quality of this album. For pure fun here are my top 5 greatest rap albums ever: Illmatic Z-Reasonable doubt Tang Clan-Enter the 36 chambers/5().
  8. This was the album that got me exposed to The Band as a six-year-old kid back in Millington the '60s gave way to the '70s. The eponymously-titled sophomore effort of Bob Dylan's former back-up band[No pun intended on the group's name] gave the group the most exposure than its maiden-voyage effort Music From Big Pink[] and even got them on Time magazine and a spot on bill at San Francisco's /5().