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4.4 out of 5 stars with 108 reviews
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 125 reviews
Zebra ~ Winner.
Reggae Anthology Barrington Levy - Sweet Reggae Music
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4.0 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews
Cut loud and proud with tracks carefully selected to compliment VP’s bestselling Barrington Levy ‘Too Experienced’ LP, ‘Sweet Reggae Music’ includes first time on LP appearances for the much sought after sound-system favourites ‘Whom Shall I Be Afraid Of’, ‘Praise His Name’ & ‘Pon Your Toe’ alongside the broader than Broadway hits ‘Here I Come’, ‘Mary Long Tongue’, ‘Mini Bus’ etc. During this golden age of Jamaican music Barrington Levy was the undisputed lord
Scheme a Things
4.9 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews
10 TRACKS: 1) Words Ov Right 2) Scheme A Things 3) Lianess 4) Bazra 5) Jahbok Wha Ova Come 6) Babylon Dem Copy 7) Respek Dem Een 8) Jah Feed I 9) Strongly 10) Wher Are They Now.
Best of Studio One
4.5 out of 5 stars with 128 reviews
Row Fisherman Row (extended mix) Wailing Souls; Melody Life Marcia Griffiths; Roots Natty Gladiators; Baby Why Cables; Party Time Heptones; Declaration of Rights Abyssinians, and more!.
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 91 reviews
2003 album featuring ''Where Is The Love'' Black Eyed Peas have at times been accused of sounding too Tribe for their own good, but this time out Will.i.am and crew have consciously expanded their horizons. Problem is, perhaps they've tried too hard. As the title suggests, Elephunk borrows from every single element of funk known to man and (with the exception of the one straight-out rock & roll track, ''Anxiety'') tries to cram them all into a semi-hip-hop format. While such willingness to
SPICE IN YOUR LIFE +bonus
4.9 out of 5 stars with 147 reviews
Japanese pressing of 2005 album from Kingston-based dancehall singer Richie Spice (a.k.a. Richell Bonner), includes one bonus track. Death Row Records..
Ragga Jungle Anthems
4.4 out of 5 stars with 99 reviews
Ragga Jungle AnthemsGreensleeves.
4.5 out of 5 stars with 68 reviews
Tougher Than Tough: The Story Of Jamaican Music
4.9 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews
Over the course of four CDs, this is the essential musical history of the loudest island in the world, with the emphasis on essential. It starts in the time before ska, and brings it all up to the dominance of dancehall in the '90s. Along the way there's ska, rocksteady, reggae, and dub; 95 great tracks, every single one a classic. About the only major artist not represented is Lee Perry, and his productions sneak in there. Steve Barrow's notes will carry you through the story. This is about as
By Ghetto Youths International
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4.5 out of 5 stars with 74 reviews
Since the release of his first album Marshall Law 10 years ago, sing-jay Wayne Marshall has earned great respect throughout the reggae industry as a songwriter and musician. Marshall has amassed a solid repertoire of hits spanning a diversity of moods and topics, from societal observations ( Overcome ) to romantic betrayal ( My Heart ) to cheerful humor ( Good Ole Wife ), each characterized by his cleverly rhymed lyrics and skillful riddim riding. Yet Marshall waited to record his second album
The Best of Luciano by Luciano
4.0 out of 5 stars with 69 reviews
20 TRACKS: 1) It's Me Again Jah 2) Sweep Over My Soul 3) Lord Give Me Strength 4) Over The Hills 5) How Can You 6) Where There Is Life 7) Never Give Up My Pride 8) Good God 9) Ulterior Motive 10) Who Could It Be 11) Final Call 12) Chant Down Babylon 13) One Away Ticket 14) Rainy Days 15) Wicked Haffi Run Wey 16) Heaven Help Us All 17) In This Together 18) Messenger 19) Material Girl 20) Rolling Stone.
Praise Ye Jah [Vinyl]
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 103 reviews
11 TRACKS: 1) Praise Ye Jah 2) Dem A Wonder 3) Homeless 4) Blackness 5) Inna Dem Face 6) Give Thanks 7) Hail Selassie 8) No Other Like Jah 9) How Dem Flex 10) Cowboy 11) Greedy Joe.
The Best Of Maxi Priest
4.7 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews
Of Jamaican descent but born and raised in the U.K., Maxi Priest released his first album, You're Safe in 1985, but it wasn't until his 1988 self-titled breakthrough with its reggae-inflected cover of Cat Stevens's ''Wild World,'' that Maxi Priest gained significant attention. Fusing elements of R&B, Pop, and Reggae into a smooth, radio-ready concoction, Maxi Priest is regarded as one of the best latter-day practitioners of lovers rock. The artist released a number of albums throughout the '90s
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4.8 out of 5 stars with 109 reviews
A special kind of maverick, Ini Kamoze first came on the reggae scene as a poignant waif, then made a slick and swaggering comeback as the muscular tough guy who sang ''Here Comes the Hotstepper,'' a global phenomenon that ruled the clubs, radio, and sporting events across the world in the mid-'90s before being dismissed by Kamoze. He's almost always at war with record companies and disappears for a decade at a time for reasons only he knows, plus he releases two CD re-recordings of his earlier