Concrete Jungle Vol. 1

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Concrete Jungle Vol. 1
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 3, 1999 (1999-08-03)
Recorded1999
StudioPee-Wee's House Studio
Genre
Length54:49
Label Mouth Piece Entertainment
Producer
  • Havoc Tha Mouthpiece (exec.)
  • Prodeje
  • Robert "Fonksta" Bacon
  • Tomie Mundy
  • Troy "Talkbox" Mason
South Central Cartel chronology
All Day Everyday
(1997)
Concrete Jungle Vol. 1
(1999)
Gangsta Conversation
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Concrete Jungle Vol. 1 is the fifth studio album by American rap group South Central Cartel. It was released on August 3, 1999 through Mouth Piece Entertainment. Recording sessions took place at Pee-Wee's House Studio with Austin "Prodeje" Patterson, along with producers Robert "Fonksta" Bacon, Tomie Mundy and Troy "Talkbox" Mason, and executive producer Cary "Havoc" Calvin. The album features guest performances from C-Bo, Daz Dillinger, Spice 1 and the Floc Gang. S.C.C.'s member L.V. appeared only on one track, "All Day Long", as featured artist. The album in dedicated to Paul "Payback Da' Emeny" Brown.

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Contents

Track listing

  1. Concrete Jungle
  2. No Man Shall I Fear
  3. Break Bread
  4. Costa Nostra
  5. They Don't Want It
  6. All Day Long (featuring L.V.)
  7. Thug Disease (featuring Spice 1 and C-Bo)
  8. Huh What (featuring Daz Dillinger)
  9. Ride Till I Die
  10. Made 'N' America
  11. What You Waitin 4 (featuring Gangsta Wayne, Evil Skeem and Young Dee)
  12. Feelin How I'm Feel 'N'
  13. Hit Me on My Pager

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References

  1. Henderson, Alex. "Concrete Jungle, Vol. 1 - South Central Cartel | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic . Retrieved December 4, 2018.
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