Concrete Jungle (Sway & King Tech album)
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|Studio album by Sway & King Tech|
|Label||Giant/Warner Bros. Records
|Sway & King Tech chronology|
Concrete Jungle is the debut album by hip hop duo Sway & King Tech. The album was released during 1990 on Giant Records. The album was not very successful and featured no hit singles. The cover photography was by Victor Hall.
- "Concrete Jungle"
- "Baddest Mutha on 2 Turntables [Remix]"
- "Rock Steady"
- "Let Me See You Move"
- "New Dimension"
- "Future Source"
- "In Control"
- "Bum Rush the Sound"
- "Time 4 Peace"
- "Follow 4 Now [Remix]"
- "It's Not Over"
- "Same Old Thang"
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