|2||War Between Races|
|4||Escape From Your Society|
|5||Power For Living|
|6||We're The Crew|
|7||Patterns Of Hate|
|10||Do Unto Others|
|11||Tommy Rat Demo 1984|
|14||Not This Time|
|15||Take A Stand|
|16||Depths Of Reality|
|17||Fighting For Our Country|
|18||Street Kids Demo 1986|
|19||Will You Ever Come Back|
|20||She Fucks For Drugs|
|21||Fuck Your Attitude|
|23||Young Til' I Die|
Written-By [Uncredited] – 7 Seconds
|25||In The Mirror|
"Street Kids Demo" is an alternate name, derived from the first track, for the Some Records Demo (its more well-known name).
A10 also known as "Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets".
Tracks: A2 to A10, B4, B11 were not previously released. "Tommy Rat" demo has never been officially released. Several tracks from the "Some Records" demo (aka "Street Kids" demo) were used on the Lower East Side Crew 7", the rest remains unreleased.
Comes with an insert sheet with some info on Raybeez and Tommy Rat, pictures and a few lyrics.
Tommy Rat and Raybeez, along with any other musicians, are not actually credited on this release.
Tracks A1-A9 recorded at Hi-Five Studios, NYC, by Jerry Williams, December 29-30, 1984.
Tracks A10-B11 recorded at Demo Demo Studios, NYC, by Don Fury, September 12, 1986.
Track B11 ("Young Til' I Die") is a cover song originally performed by 7 Seconds.
This release is titled "X Warzone X Demo's X" on the spine.
Runout is scratched out on both sides.