|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Two Headed Coin||2||Audio||1993||Art Monk Construction|
|2||Two Headed Coin||2||Audio||1993||Art Monk Construction|
|5||Two Headed Coin||2||Audio||1993||Art Monk Construction|
|6||Sugarloaf / Waterboy||2||Audio||1994||Art Monk Construction|
Lincoln was an american alternative emo/rock band. They broke up way too soon and their heritage is very small. Both 7"s. The first, on Watermark in 1992, was fascinating because it was basically a heavy DC sxe record (Worlds Collide and such), with screaming emo vocals and slowdown emo parts in the middle. They were really the first to do that, and shortly thereafter most moshy sxe bands started doing the screaming thing. The second 7", Art Monk Construction #7, was full-on DC octave-chord painful-screaming emo recorded in 93 but not released until 1995. Both are amazing. The first is extremely rare, so snap it up if you see it.
One of the early bands to be considered emo. They had releases on labels like Watermark and [l=Art Monk Construction].