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Linton Kwesi Johnson ‎– Tings An' Times (1991)



1. Sense Outa Nansense
2. Story 
3. Tings An' Times 
4. Mi Revalueshanary Fren 
5. Di Good Life 
6. Di Anfinish Revalueshan 
7. Dubbin Fi Life 

Nature Boy - Nat King Cole (1948)

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Keep On Doin' Watcha Doin' - Ty Karim & George Griffin (1980)

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Revolution (Film) - (1968)

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Dreadzone Election Night Mix

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Greg Dreads election night special session on Facebook Live 8.6.17

Dreadzone -Next Generation
Freestylers vs Dreadzone -Tempest
Backdraft - Revolution 
Dreadzone -Fight The Power live(Glastonbury Festival, NME Stage 95)
Prodigy _Their Law 
Dreadzone - The Warning
Dreadzone - The Warning (Dan Donovan remix )
Dreadzone - Rise up
Likkle Mai- Straight To Yellow Cinderella's Head
TVS - Hard Times
Ill Audio -Divide & rule ft. Akala & Dan Bowskill
Linton Kwesi Johnson - Forces of Victory 
Ruts DC - Babylons burning - Dreadzone remix 
Tackhead -War - Dreadzone remix 
The Clash - Armageddon time 
Aswad + Dennis Brown - Promised land.
Dreadzone -Fight the power dub
Trentmoller- Nightwalker

You Are The Sunlight - Ryo Kawasaki [1980]

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A・I・R - Hiroshi Yoshimura (1984)

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Something Blue - Hiroshi Yoshimura (1986)

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Four Post Cards - Hiroshi Yoshimura (2004)

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Dub to Selassie - Bush Chemist (1994)

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Medley - Frankie Paul (1991)

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Spoilt By Your Love - Carol Gonzales (1991)

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Sound Ting - Brian & Toby Gold (1990)

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Across The Border - Freddie McGregor (1984)

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First Sight Loving - Freddie McGregor (1982)

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Everybody Needs Money - Jimmy Riley (1983)

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I'm In The Mood For Ska - Lord Tanamo (1965)

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I'm In The Mood For Love - The Administrators (1990)

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Natural Reaction - Black Roots ‎(1990)

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"This is the title track off Natural Reaction the last studio album of original songs that the band recorded last century. It was also the last collaboration with Neil Fraser aka The Mad Professor but the first that was recorded and mixed at Ariwa Studios in London.
Charles Bryan, one of the singers, Trevor Seivwright, the drummer, and Derrick King, the bass player had left the band by the time the band started recording this album. And this provided the opportunity to try something a little bit different. The band teamed up with talented multi-instrumentalist Black Steel who was doing a lot of work for Ariwa at the time and he laid the bass, drums and keyboards for the tracks. It was the first time that Black Roots had used a digital sound to build their tracks but it gave it a new edge.
Originally released in October 1990. 

On A Clear Day - The Peddlers (1969)

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