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  • The New York Hardcore Chronicles 10 Questions w/ Chaka Malik

    10:04

    The New York Hardcore Chronicles 10 Questions w/ Chaka Malik (Burn / Orange 9mm) While shooting the Spray Paint The Walls segment for The New York Hardcore Chronicles Film we managed to slip in 10 questions.
    Directed by Drew Stone

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  • Fire in the Hole

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Fire in the Hole · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Glistening

    2:29

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Glistening · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Failure

    3:02

    1996 Atlantic Records

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  • High Speed Changer

    2:52

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    High Speed Changer · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gun to Your Head

    3:41

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Gun to Your Head · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Orange 9mm - Touching Skies

    4:58

  • Failure

    3:02

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Failure · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: D. Sardy
    Recorded by: Doug Henderson
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Mixer: Steve Thompson
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kiss It Goodbye

    4:10

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Kiss It Goodbye · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Method

    3:23

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Method · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Magnet

    3:10

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Magnet · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Feel It

    2:55

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Feel It · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Cant Decide

    3:15

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Can't Decide · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Fire In The Hole

    3:17

    Lyrics - You think you know me
    You'd bet your life you do
    I beg to differ
    No matter what your view
    There's fire in the hole
    I've gotta let you know
    Like fire in the hole,
    I got to and i want to
    Blow you down,
    Nowhere to hide,
    Don't cry now
    There's fire in the hole
    I've gotta let you know
    There's fire in the hole
    Just goes to show you
    No matter what you do
    I can see right through your eyes
    I despise all the things you said were lies
    Was I supposed to fold?
    Why should I let you go?
    Like fire in the hole
    I got to and I want to blow...
    You'll never live it down

  • Take You Away

    2:53

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Take You Away · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Crowd Control

    59

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Crowd Control · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Thickest Glass

    3:02

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Thickest Glass · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Ultraman Vs. Godzilla

    3:49

    (c) 1999 Orange 9mm, NG Records. I don't own this.
    Sorry about the bad picture quality.

  • Cutting and Draining

    3:28

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Cutting and Draining · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Tragic

    2:59

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  • Orange 9mm - Cutting and Draining

    3:29

    The life's blood of the NYHC scene - musically - was not only the influx of bands from a new breed of Hardcore/Punk kids, but the unfortunate fact of bands from the previous era breaking up. If you were lucky enough you got to see your favorite Hardcore band play a handful of shows and snatch up their 7 inch vinyl or cassette demo - if they even got that far - Though it sucked royally to see great bands go, you couldn't argue with the mathematics. For every one band that folded, at the very least 2 sometimes even 3 new bands would be formed from its demise. Bands like BEYOND, their disbandment would in-turn give the NYHC scene two of the most progressive and game changing bands - QUICKSAND (whom Tom Capone and Alan Cage joined) and INSIDE OUT (formed by Vic DiCara). Ex-members of YOUTH OF TODAY would start influential bands such as: UNDERDOG, JUDGE, BOLD and SHELTER. In hind insight not a bad deal.
    As the last grain of sand dropped for the NYHC outfit BURN, two very distinct bands came to the center. The am-rep. inspired DIE116 formed by Gavin Van Vlack with members of RORSCHACH and ORANGE 9mm, fronted by Chaka Malik.
    Featuring Chris Traynor on guitar and Larry Gorman on drums - both ex members of the Long Island based outfit FOUNTAINHEAD - with latter BURN member Eric Rice on bass. This original line up would see an Ep release on Revelation Records. Exploring a sound based on guitar riffs with a monolithic attitude - due to a dropped D tuning - though not devoided of melody, which is executed in further detail by Chaka Malik.
    Showing a very distinct range and style, the vocals steer the music confidently as Chaka Malik gives the songs a particular kind of depth with his Soul/Gospel tone and Punk angst growl.
    ORANGE 9mm - with regards to this record at least - do not have a Hip Hop sound but they do put into practice it's musical aesthetic. By isolating and utilizing what would be considered a 'break' part and using it for the basis of a songs totality, the band musically trims the fat as heard on the albums second track 'Cutting and Draining' a high point on this Ep.
    For more videos, pictures/photographs, audio recordings go to
    THE SCENE:HARDCORE PUNK IN THE 90'S FACEBOOK PAGE

  • Orange 9mm - Dry

    3:04

    The life's blood of the NYHC scene - musically - was not only the influx of bands from a new breed of Hardcore/Punk kids, but the unfortunate fact of bands from the previous era breaking up. If you were lucky enough you got to see your favorite Hardcore band play a handful of shows and snatch up their 7 inch vinyl or cassette demo - if they even got that far - Though it sucked royally to see great bands go, you couldn't argue with the mathematics. For every one band that folded, at the very least 2 sometimes even 3 new bands would be formed from its demise. Bands like BEYOND, their disbandment would in-turn give the NYHC scene two of the most progressive and game changing bands - QUICKSAND (whom Tom Capone and Alan Cage joined) and INSIDE OUT (formed by Vic DiCara). Ex-members of YOUTH OF TODAY would start influential bands such as: UNDERDOG, JUDGE, BOLD and SHELTER. In hind insight not a bad deal.
    As the last grain of sand dropped for the NYHC outfit BURN, two very distinct bands came to the center. The am-rep. inspired DIE116 formed by Gavin Van Vlack with members of RORSCHACH and ORANGE 9mm, fronted by Chaka Malik.
    Featuring Chris Traynor on guitar and Larry Gorman on drums - both ex members of the Long Island based outfit FOUNTAINHEAD - with latter BURN member Eric Rice on bass. This original line up would see an Ep release on Revelation Records. Exploring a sound based on guitar riffs with a monolithic attitude - due to a dropped D tuning - though not devoided of melody, which is executed in further detail by Chaka Malik.
    Showing a very distinct range and style, the vocals steer the music confidently as Chaka Malik gives the songs a particular kind of depth with his Soul/Gospel tone and Punk angst growl.
    ORANGE 9mm - with regards to this record at least - do not have a Hip Hop sound but they do put into practice it's musical aesthetic. By isolating and utilizing what would be considered a 'break' part and using it for the basis of a songs totality, the band musically trims the fat as heard on the albums second track 'Cutting and Draining' a high point on this Ep.
    For more videos, pictures/photographs, audio recordings go to
    THE SCENE:HARDCORE PUNK IN THE 90'S FACEBOOK PAGE

  • Orange 9mm - 604

    2:31

    (c) 1999 Orange 9mm, NG Records. I don't own this.
    Sorry about the bad picture quality.

  • Stick Shift

    1:03

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Stick Shift · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Failure

    3:03

    Orange 9mm - Failure

    DISCLAIMER-
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    If you like this song...Go and buy the album!!

  • ORANGE 9MM - SACRIFICE

    4:30

    ORANGE 9MM Driver Lp.
    For more cool 1990's era Hardcore video and audio check out facebook page The Scene : Hardcore Punk in the 90's.

  • Sacrifice

    4:28

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Sacrifice · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Disclaimer

    2:33

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Disclaimer · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Dead in the Water

    4:04

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Dead in the Water · Orange 9mm

    Tragic

    ℗ 1996 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Percussion, Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Mixer, Producer, Recorded by: D. Sardy
    Mixer, Recorded by: Greg Gordon
    Second Engineer: Joe Joe Warda
    Drums, Percussion: Matthew Cross
    Masterer: Stephen Marcussen
    Bass: Taylor McLam
    Writer: Orange 9mm
    Contributor: Rob Eberhardt

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Glistening

    2:41

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    Gear used:
    PRS McCarty
    PRS Custom 24
    Mesa Boogie Tremoverb
    Dunlop Mini Wah
    Shure SM57
    Focusrite Scarlett 18i8
    Pro Tools 12

  • Take You Away

    2:53

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Take You Away · Orange 9mm

    Underground Metal

    ℗ 2020 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Released on: 2020-03-06

    Main Artist: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Toilet

    2:21

    Lyrics - Take for granted ideas slanted,
    new disease,
    Fisheye goggles
    blur our channels to appease.

    Mental channels, psychic vandals
    in disguise,
    Feed the others sweet taste buffers,
    muffling cries.

    Damn us to ourselves,
    damn us to ourselves,
    Nowhere to hide our disease,
    Dig a hole to hide from life,
    Damn us to ourselves,
    damn us to ourselves,
    Desparation gets too easy,
    Dig a hole to die inside.

    Independent but not single
    makes some sense,
    Vicious cycles chew disciples,
    recompense.

  • Orange 9mm - seven

    3:48

    Orange 9mm - Seven/Tragic 1996
    Lyrics:
    Forget what I said and why I said it
    I don't think you ever wanted to know
    You'd wanna make an excuse on your own
    Rather decide who you could blame it on
    I get the picture you like to deceive
    Whatever you can so you can get your piece
    I'll live and die but I will never believe
    I stayed too long and I let my whole body bleed
    What 's fucking wrong with your head?
    I bet you swear you never did it
    But I gotta tell you something while we're alone
    Hide your lies but lies make burns
    I've got a scar so now I've got a concern
    You ain't a human, you're more like a disease
    Some of the sickest shit I've ever seen
    I'll live and die but I will never believe
    I stayed too long and I let my whole body bleed
    What's fucking wrong with your head?
    You've got it on too tight

  • Orange 9mm - Victim

    3:59

    (c) 1999 Orange 9mm, NG Records. I don't own this.
    Sorry about the bad picture quality.

  • Orange 9mm - Tragic

    3:14

    Testing out some bass tones for a project, not my favorite thing to play but I think I can get the job done

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    Gear used:
    PRS McCarty
    Warwick Corvette
    Mesa Boogie Tremoverb
    Mesa Rectifier 2x12 cab
    Maxon OD808
    Shure SM57
    Focusrite Scarlett 18i8
    AmpliTube 4
    Pro Tools 12

  • Orange 9mm - Fire in the Hole

    3:23

    Fire in the Hole from the album Tragic; live in San Francisco, 1999.

  • Orange 9mm - Suspect

    4:13

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    Gear used:
    PRS McCarty
    Mesa Boogie Tremoverb
    Mesa 2x12 Rectifier cab
    Maxon OD808
    Shure SM57
    Focusrite Scarlett 18i8
    Pro Tools 12

  • Tragic

    2:59

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Tragic · Orange 9mm

    Post-Hardcore Thrills

    ℗ 2020 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Released on: 2020-06-08

    Main Artist: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - Suspect

    4:01

    Orange 9mm - Suspect

  • Toilet

    2:21

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Records

    Toilet · Orange 9mm

    Driver Not Included

    ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Vocals: Chaka Malik
    Guitar: Chris Traynor
    Producer: Dave Jerden
    Bass Guitar: Davide Gentile
    Drums: Matthew Cross
    Writer: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Orange 9mm - take you away

    3:07

    Orange 9mm - Take You Away/Tragic 1996
    Lyrics:
    Up tight you better realize
    I never hide and I'll never get mine alone
    Cuz of the simple fact
    Fulfill you like to get a lot
    I call greed but I'll never get high alone
    It don't mean the same thing
    There won't be nothing that will tear us apart
    Can't take you away from me
    You're so blind open your eyes
    I know you'll see that I'll never get mine alone
    Cuz I don't care about it
    Diseased you better realize
    I'm on my knees and I'll never get mine alone
    It just don't mean the same thing...

  • Orange 9mm - Dead In The Water

    4:04

  • Gun to your head Orange 9mm

    3:51

    Album - Tragic
    Artist -- Orange 9MM
    Key Players -- Matthew Cross -- drums and percussion. Taylor McLam -- bass. Chris Traynor -- guitars. Chaka Malik -- vocals and percussion
    Produced By -- D. Sardy
    Release Date -- July 30, 1996

    Now I've got the gun to your head
    You're gonna wish you never knew my name
    Now I got the gun to your head
    And I swear I'll never feel the same

    I wanna do it don't
    Make me, baby
    Make me

    No I'm not satisfied
    I won't be fit you're filled shame
    No I'm not satisfied
    I won't be til you're just remains

    I wanna do it don't
    Lying in bed for hours, waiting
    My senses still debating
    In case you don't know
    Revenge is so sweet
    I've got the power to set you free.

  • Orange 9mm - Cant Decide

    3:18

    The life's blood of the NYHC scene - musically - was not only the influx of bands from a new breed of Hardcore/Punk kids, but the unfortunate fact of bands from the previous era breaking up. If you were lucky enough you got to see your favorite Hardcore band play a handful of shows and snatch up their 7 inch vinyl or cassette demo - if they even got that far - Though it sucked royally to see great bands go, you couldn't argue with the mathematics. For every one band that folded, at the very least 2 sometimes even 3 new bands would be formed from its demise. Bands like BEYOND, their disbandment would in-turn give the NYHC scene two of the most progressive and game changing bands - QUICKSAND (whom Tom Capone and Alan Cage joined) and INSIDE OUT (formed by Vic DiCara). Ex-members of YOUTH OF TODAY would start influential bands such as: UNDERDOG, JUDGE, BOLD and SHELTER. In hind insight not a bad deal.
    As the last grain of sand dropped for the NYHC outfit BURN, two very distinct bands came to the center. The am-rep. inspired DIE116 formed by Gavin Van Vlack with members of RORSCHACH and ORANGE 9mm, fronted by Chaka Malik.
    Featuring Chris Traynor on guitar and Larry Gorman on drums - both ex members of the Long Island based outfit FOUNTAINHEAD - with latter BURN member Eric Rice on bass. This original line up would see an Ep release on Revelation Records. Exploring a sound based on guitar riffs with a monolithic attitude - due to a dropped D tuning - though not devoided of melody, which is executed in further detail by Chaka Malik.
    Showing a very distinct range and style, the vocals steer the music confidently as Chaka Malik gives the songs a particular kind of depth through his Soul/Gospel tone and Punk angst growl.
    ORANGE 9mm - with regards to this record at least - do not have a Hip Hop sound but they do put into practice it's musical aesthetic. By isolating and utilizing what would be considered a 'break' part and using it for the basis of a songs totality, the band musically trims the fat as heard on the albums second track 'Cutting and Draining' a high point on this Ep.
    For more videos, pictures/photographs, audio recordings go to
    THE SCENE:HARDCORE PUNK IN THE 90'S FACEBOOK PAGE

  • Orange 9mm - High Speed Changer

    2:52

    Do you wanna watch yourself fly? NYC's Orange 9mm performing High Speed Changer off their album Driver Not Included. Live in Detroit, December 1996. Good stuff.

  • Orange 9MM - Glistening Guitar Cover

    2:36

    By Tony Petrocelly of Construct of Lethe

    1980's Burny Les Paul Custom
    Omega Ampworks Granophyre by Neural DSP


    I really know next to nothing about this band. Driver Not Included was sent to me by Columbia House in 1995 or so, as one of the cd's they automatically sent monthly after you get the 10 for a $0.01 special. Those ones were expensive, but they were more or a pain in the balls to mail back, so I kept it. It's not an album I listen to a lot, but it has stood the test of time waaaaaaaay better than a lot of other bands, especially of that time. It's got the inimitable ability to help get me up off my ass when I'm feeling lazy or tired or unmotivated...which is why it was a good choice for this afternoon.

  • Orange 9mm - pissed

    3:04

    Orange 9mm - pissed

  • Orange 9mm - Tightrope

    5:12

  • Orange 9mm ‎– Fire In The Hole

    3:10

    Orange 9mm ‎– Tragic 1996

  • Feel It

    2:55

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Feel It · Orange 9mm

    Metal of the 90s

    ℗ 2019 Warner Music Group - X5 Music Group

    Released on: 2019-06-28

    Main Artist: Orange 9mm

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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