|2||The Game (We Don't Have To Play)||Lyrics/Info||2:33|
|3||Beyond The System||Lyrics/Info||2:09|
|4||A Short Supply (of Truth)||Lyrics/Info||1:51|
|5||Youth, Betrayal and the Awakening||Lyrics/Info||1:31|
|6||Buscando la Verdad||Lyrics/Info||2:14|
|9||Illusion, Violencia y Maldad||Lyrics/Info||1:35|
|17||Live, Death, Matter||Lyrics/Info||2:49|
We find ourselves at present with Youth, Betrayal and the Awakening; an album that stays true to the bands roots, kicking ass with the same barrio, bi-lingual street cred as their first 2 records ('East Los Presents' and 'Why Are We Destroying Ourselves?'), and keeping the sound and fury of rebelliousness intact. You'll find none of the buzz saw, ghetto guitar noise, or un-compromised social observation and honesty in the bands lyrics sacrificed to the false gods of "happy punk" or commerce. And the band wouldn't have it any other way.
Born 8 years ago in the Boyle Heights housing projects of East L.A. the members of Union 13 were still in their teens when ...