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C.E.B. - Countin' Endless Bank album download

Performer:

C.E.B.

Title:

Countin' Endless Bank

Genre:

Hip-hop

MP3 album size:

1235 mb

Other music formats:

DXD AU MP4 VQF MMF MPC AIFF

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

Gangsta

Country:

US

Date of release:

1993

C.E.B. - Countin' Endless Bank album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Seems You Forgot 3:40
2 Goes Like This
Written-By [Sample] – D. Davis*, R. Walters*, Trade Martin, William Patterson
4:01
3 Get The Point
Engineer [Assistant] – Bilaaly BeeMixed By – Cool C, SabirWritten-By [Sample] – A. Bond*, G. Johnson*, G. Perry*
3:55
4 The Man
Written-By [Sample] – Clarence Satchell, Tyrone Crum*, Keith Harrison, Ralph Atkens*, Roger Parker
4:10
5 Pass The Ammo 4:14
6 F*ck 'Em Up
Written-By [Sample] – Kenneth Gamble, Leon A. Huff*
3:28
7 Back Up In Da Joint
Written-By [Sample] – A. Bond*, G. Johnson*, G. Perry*
3:39
8 M.D.
Written-By [Sample] – Fonce Mizell, Larry Mizell
3:19
9 Pass The Buddha 3:53
10 Monkey On My Back 4:00
11 Gorilla 4:05

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – C.E.B. Music Productions
  • Produced For – Rags To Riches Productions
  • Recorded At – Alpha Wave Studio
  • Mixed At – Studio 4 Recording
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records

Credits

  • Art Direction – Sara Rotman
  • Design – Julian Peploe
  • Management – Bilaal & Malik Management
  • Mastered By – Tony Dawsey
  • Mixed By – Jim "Jiff" Hinger, Jim "Jiff" Hinger (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 11)
  • Photography By – Cathrine Wessel
  • Producer – Warren Sabir McGlone*
  • Recorded By – Ken Meyers*, Scott Adams
  • Sleeve Notes – Cool C, Eaze*, Jo Jo*, Sabir
  • Written-By – C. Roney*, E. Ponder*, W.S. McGlone*

Notes

"Goes Like This" contains a sample of "La-Di-Da-Di" performed by Doug E. Fresh.
"Goes Like This" contains a sample of "Shady Lady" performed by Shotgun .
"Goes Like This" contains a sample of "Once You Get It" performed by B.T. Express.
"Get The Point" contains a sample of "Stick Up" performed by Honey Cone.
"The Man" contains a sample of "Riding High" performed by "Faze-O".
"F*ck 'Em Up" contains a sample of "Get Me Back On Time Engine Number Nine" performed by Wilson Pickett.
"Back Up In Da Joint" contains a sample of "Stick Up" performed by Honey Cone.
"M.D." contains a sample of "Shifting Gears" performed by Johnny Hammond.

Management:
Bilaal & Malik Management
6004 Landsdowne Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19151
871-7831

Released in a jewel case with a 6-panel 12-page front cover and a 1-sided back cover tray insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 074645373522
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7464-53735-2 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DIDP-079148 2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 53735 C.E.B. Countin' Endless Bank ‎(LP, Album) Ruffhouse Records C 53735 US 1993
CT 53735 C.E.B. Countin' Endless Bank ‎(Cass, Album) Ruffhouse Records CT 53735 US 1993
none C.E.B. Countin' Endless Bank ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Ruffhouse Records none US 1993
ACC53735 C.E.B. Countin' Endless Bank ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Ruffhouse Records ACC53735 US 1993
CT 53735 C.E.B. Countin' Endless Bank ‎(Cass, Album) Ruffhouse Records, Columbia CT 53735 Canada 1993



Many have thought that the careers of Steady B and Cool C finished after the releases of their last solo albums in 1991 and 1990 respectively. However few remember the comeback attempt the two sought out in 1993. project included the two Hilltop Hustlers along with DJ/emcee Eaze. The rappers would have to adjust their styles to the changing times of hardcore hip-hop that was ever so prevalent by the time the album was released. Cool C masterfully creates a rough and rugged lyrical flow, a far cry from earlier recordings such as "Glamorous Life". On the other hand, Steady B isn't able to fully update his raps and many times the outdated old school rhyme pattern becomes apparent in many of the tracks.

The trio released its only album, Countin' Endless Bank, on Ruffhouse Records in 1992. The single "Get the Point" reached on Billboard's Hot Rap Singles. The album was poorly received. Armed robbery and murder. Main article: Murder of Lauretha Vaird. On January 2, 1996, Steady B, along with . bandmate Cool C, and another local Philadelphia rapper, Mark Canty, attempted a bank robbery at a PNC bank branch in Feltonville

an initalism of Countin' Endless Bank) was an American hip hop group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group was active from 1992 to 1993 and consisted of rappers Steady B, Cool C, and Ultimate Eaze. Steady B and Cool C had successful careers in the 1980s, but their success had faded by the start of the 1990s. After releasing their debut single "Get the Point" independently in 1992, .

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Many have thought that the careers of Steady B and Cool C finished after the releases of their last solo albums in 1991 and 1990 respectively. However few remember the comeback attempt the two sought out in 1993. The C.E.B. project included the two Hilltop Hustlers along with DJ/emcee Eaze. The rappers would have to adjust their styles to the changing times of hardcore hip-hop that was ever so prevalent by the time the album was released. Cool C masterfully creates a rough and rugged lyrical flow, a far cry from earlier recordings such as "Glamorous Life". On the other hand, Steady B isn't able to fully update his raps and many times the outdated old school rhyme pattern becomes apparent in many of the tracks. Yet what he lacks in lyrical talent, he makes up in production. Using a wide range of funk and soul samples, Steady lights up tracks such as "Back Up In Da Joint" and "Get The Point" while also being able to produce dark hardcore beats on "Gorilla" and "Pass The Buddah". Another indication of the group's attempt to fit into the edgier rap scene is the attacks on "soft/sell-out" peers such as P.M. Dawn, Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, Tone Loc, Young MC, and Marky Mark. Former mentor and producer L.G. (Lawrence Goodman) also is targeted on the album, alluding to some bad blood that might have gone down in the past. However, what makes this a critical release is the various references in the tracks that seem somewhat prophetic. For example, Steady B boasts on one track, "I need dough / But which way do I go? / Minimum wage or the no-no? / With no one to talk to / And when I get with the crew, you know what I'm going to do / Rip the street like a hurricane / And in my path, some people might feel pain / And I might end up dead, or in jail / With no way to make bail". Two years later after being dropped from Ruffhouse and scrambling to collect ends, Cool C and Steady B got caught up with the law after robbing a bank and killing a police officer in the process. Steady B was charged as an accomplice driving the getaway vehicle while Cool C was pinned as being the gunman (which he disputes) and subsequently received the death penalty where he is currently on death row alongside political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal.

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