|3||Don't Forget The Struggle|
|5||It's Your Choice|
|6||Crazy But Not Insane|
|7||Don't Forget The Streets|
|8||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets|
|10||Fuck Your Attitude|
|11||Growing Up, The Next Step|
|12||Fighting For Our Country|
|13||We're The Crew|
|14||In The Mirror|
|none, CAROL 1352||Warzone||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets (Cass, Album)||Fist Records, Caroline Records||none, CAROL 1352||US||1988|
|001||Warzone||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Fist Records||001||UK||2012|
|REV163||Warzone||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Blu)||Revelation Records||REV163||US||2016|
|none, CAROL 1352||Warzone||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets (LP, Album, RE, Blu)||Fist Records, Caroline Records||none, CAROL 1352||US||1988|
|REV163||Warzone||Don't Forget The Struggle Don't Forget The Streets (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Revelation Records||REV163||US||2016|
- Artwork [Front Cover] – Liz Bradley
- Bass – John "Omen"
- Drums – Lukie Luke
- Engineer – Rick Reineke
- Guitar – Crazy "Jay" Skin
- Lead Guitar – Paul
- Mastered By – Ray Hagerty
- Photography By – Roberto Rabanne
- Producer – The Warzone Posse
- Producer, Artwork By [Back Cover Concept] – Fink
- Vocals – Raybeez
Back of jacket has text in handwritten "graffiti" lettering. No text on the spine.
Recorded in August 1987 at Studio X Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Includes 2-sided insert on matte finish paper with handwritten thanks list on the bottom right corner of the lyrics side.
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): FIST-001-A THE RICHTEOUS WILL PREVAL
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): FIST-001-B GIVE THANKS
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Stamp Each Side): SOUNDWAVE
- Published By – Warzone Righteous Jam Co.
- Copyright (c) – Warzone Righteous Jam Co.
- Lacquer Cut At – Soundwave
- Recorded At – Studio X, Ridgewood, NJ
Warzone - Dont Forget The Struggle, Dont Forget The Streets - 1987 Label : Caroline Records, Another Planet 1994. Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets Lyrics: In our minds, and in our hearts, we feel that hardcore music should stay out of big business and stay in the streets, where it belongs All you kids out there, always keep the. In our minds, and in our hearts, we feel that hardcore music should stay out of big business and stay in the streets, where it belongs All you kids out there, always keep the faith . Don't Forget the Struggle, Don't Forget the Streets was the first full-length album from New York hardcore NYHC band, Warzone. Following the band's 1987 debut release, the Lower East Side Crew EP, it was first released on the band's own label, Fist Records, before being licensed and re-released in 1988 on Caroline Records, The track We're The Crew was previously available on the EP, but was re-recorded for this album. We're the Crew. Don't Forget the Struggle Don't Forget the Streets. In the Mirror. 2016 Revelation Records. More By Warzone. The Victory Years. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Warzone - We're The Crew. Warzone - Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets. Warzone - In The Mirror. Lista de Títulos. Don't Forget The Struggle. Intro Bust. The back of album with computer lettering is a second pressing on Fist before it was transferred to Caroline. The thin Graffiti writing is the 1st pressing. Responder Ver 1 respuesta Notifícame 1 Helpful. Don't Forget the Struggle, Don't Forget the Streets. Crowded House Don't Dream It's Over. Радио ШОК. Gotye Somebody That I Used to Know. Tina Turner We Don't Need Another Hero Thunderdome. Major Lazer Lean On feat. MØ & DJ Snake. Радио Energy. Hoobastank The Reason. Polygon FM. Black Eyed Peas RITMO Bad Boys For Life. Bridge Nine Records. Don't Forget the Struggle, Don't Forget the Streets Warzone. from Don't Forget Your Roots by H2O. Digital Track. Streaming Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Julien's voice, emotion,lyrics and playing on this album simply gut me in a good way. If I'm not listening to metal or synth pop chances are I'm listening to sad poetic young women play sad literate songs that I can't get out of my head and Baker does it close to the best