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Originally released in 1995 on the infamous European label Lost And Found Records, influential Connecticut band Cornerstone released their instant hardcore classic "Beating The Masses".

Long out of print, the band members wanted to present "Beating The Masses" to a new generation of hardcore kids. The master tapes (thought to have been lost) were digitized in Australia, one of the few locations to have this type of tape player.

Cornerstone recruited legendary producer / mixer Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Hatebreed, Demon Hunter, Queensrÿche) who did a complete remix and remaster for "Beating The Masses" resulting in how the band had always intended the album to sound.

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Beating The Masses

Cornerstone C.T.H.C.

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Faith or Fear 1:52

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Why Bother 0:57

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Don't Ever Say You Were 1:52

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Connecticut Crucial Kickbox 2:15

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Not For You 2:02

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Two Faced 1:08

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Always at Fault 1:35

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Str8 Ahead 2:01

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What Does it Take 0:33

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Originally released in 1995 on the infamous European label Lost And Found Records, influential Connecticut band Cornerstone released their instant hardcore classic "Beating The Masses".

Long out of print, the band members wanted to present "Beating The Masses" to a new generation of hardcore kids. The master tapes (thought to have been lost) were digitized in Australia, one of the few locations to have this type of tape player.

Cornerstone recruited legendary producer / mixer Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Hatebreed, Demon Hunter, Queensrÿche) who did a complete remix and remaster for "Beating The Masses" resulting in how the band had always intended the album to sound.

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