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Condition Red


Located in Orlando, Florida, USA, the 90s rap duo State Red comprised Sir Tron and Gangster Red. They produced their debut in 1994 for the neighborhood O-Town label using the unsatisfactory Don’t Get Captured Slippin’. Tired, simplistic tempo motifs attracted from the area’s ‘bass music’ custom, did small to substantiate the group’s raps, where secure sex was a repeated theme (the record’s name also alluded to the idea). Critically dismissed, the record also marketed poorly.

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Music Songs Calls Out My Name, Bach on the Streets Again, Can't Sell Your Lie, Why Won't You Hear Me?, The Eagle's Return, Final Beginning, Symphony No 3 "Eroica" Scherzo: Allegro vivace, Concerto for Two Mandolins in G major, RV 532: II. Andante, Let It All Come Out, Eye of a Storm, Bach in the Streets 2003, Still I'm Sad, Final Words, Learning to Live, Judgement Day, Life Is Now, Your Freedom, Time Passes By, Cycles, Lighthouse, It's Not a Crime, Rondo, All on Our Own, The Observer, Seven Stars, It's Not Too Late, Out of the Red, Fool, Villanova Junction, Changing, Train Insane, Never Be the Same
Albums Illusion of Truth, Condition Red, I, II

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