Brooklyn's Biohazard spent the early 1990s mining the previously under-exploited overlap between hardcore metal and hip-hop cultures. In retrospect, the combination was a natural one: both types of music were vehicles for the expression of rage and disaffection. Biohazard made the fusion seamless with Urban Discipline. Vocalists Billy Graziadei and Evan Seinfeld swap lyrics over a backdrop of heavy beats and heavier guitars.

1. Chamber Spins Three
2. Punishment
3. Shades of Grey
4. Business
5. Black and White and Red All Over
6. Man With a Promise
7. Disease
8. Urban Disciple
9. Loss
10. Wrong Side of the Tracks
11. Mistaken Identity
12. We're Only Gonna Die (From Our Own Arrogance)
13. Tears of Blood
14. Hold My Own

Bonus Tracks:
115. Business (Demo)
16. Urban Disciple (Demo)
17. Loss (Demo)
18. Black and White and Red All Over (Demo)

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