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REGIMENT PART 2. 12" Vinyl UK 0. 3. cole sends in his 2nd regiment, consisting of 3 technoweapons that wont take no hostages.
GM Cole – Regiment P. Corrosion Records – SION006 techno 2001.
Lieutenant Colonel Robert George Cole (March 19, 1915 – September 18, 1944) was an American soldier who received the Medal of Honor for his actions in the days following the D-Day Normandy invasion of World War II. Robert G. Cole was born at Fort Sam Houston, in San Antonio, Texas, to Colonel Clarence F. Cole, an Army doctor, and Clara H. Cole on March 19, 1915. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio in 1933 and joined the United States Army on July 1, 1934
Album 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Hollywood Cole, go Ay Hollywood, ay Hollywood Cole, go My nigga done went Hollywood. You wanna know just where I'm at, well let me tell you 'bout it I put my city on the map but let me tell you 'bout it They tryna say I can't come back, ayy let me tell you 'bout it Man fuck them niggas I come back, ayy let me tell you 'bout it I wanna tell. Cole is starting to lose himself in Hollywood; becoming arrogant and making typical commercial music. His first doubts about his new lifestyle come in the second verse-he starts to realize he should focus more on true happiness and genuine love. This begins his transition to the Cole we know now; he’s trying to get in touch with his roots and find himself throughout the rest of the project.
Unknown Powder, 02:55.
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Cole M. G. N. EP by Cole M. released 31 March 2017 1. I'm Crazy 2. Unknown Powder 3. If U Let Me 4. Wrong Scenario This EP sonically explores the pains/pleasures of late night social and anti-social experiences via the edgy, chopped hyperactivity of The Samps alongside the rhythmic grooves and heavy bass of Bay Area and Southern hip hop. The musical textures vacillate between lo-fidelity warmth and anxious deleterious grit; with the foreboding, distorted bounce of Unknown Powder versus the strutting, excitable pulse of If You Let Me. In a category completely its own, MGN’s self-tit.
NotesTrack titles take from master release.
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