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Format: Music CD, Crimson Records. Rock music CD release from Various with the album Original Reggae Greats. Released on the label Crimson Records. Rock music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is fully guaranteed.
Disc 1 1. Welcome to Jamrock - Damian Marley 2. Our Day Will Come - Amy Winehouse 3. The Lion's Den (Feat. Ms Dynamite & Andy Cato) - The Nextmen 4. The Traffic Jam (Feat. Damian Marley) - Stephen Marley 5. Dy-Na-Mi-Tee - Ms. Dynamite 6. Wake Me Up (Reggae Mix) - Avicii 7. Mama Africa - Akon 8. Foundation - Beenie Man 9. Move Ya Body - Nina Sky 10. As We Enter - Nas & Damian 'Jr. Gong' Marley 11. King of the Dancehall - Beenie Man 12. Never Leave You - Uh Ooh, Uh Oooh! - Lumidee 13. Oh Yeah - Foxy Brown 14. So Many Girls - The Nextmen & Dynamite MC 15. Sort Out Yourself - Konshens 16. Murderer - Buju Banton 17. We - Shola Ama 18. U Remind Me - Don Campbell 19. Your World and Mine - Luciano 20. No Cigarette Smoking (In My Room) [feat. Melanie Fiona] - Stephen Marley Disc 2 1. In the Summertime (Feat. Rayvon) - Shaggy 2. Twist and Shout (Straight Mix 2) - Chaka Demus & Pliers with Jack Radics & The Taxi Gang 3. Compliments On Your Kiss - Brian and Tony Gold/Red Dragon 4. Beautiful (Feat. Bobby Brown) - Damian Marley 5. No, No, No (Trojan Mix) - Dawn Penn 6. Oh Carolina - Shaggy 7. Sun Is Shining (Edit) - Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe 8. Blood & Fire - The Nextmen & Dynamite MC 9. Baby Come Back - Pato Banton/Reggae Revolution/Ali and Robin Campbell 10. Sweet for My Sweet - CJ Lewis 11. Boom Shack-a-lak - Apache Indian 12. Tease Me - Chaka Demus & Pliers 13. Don't Turn Around - Aswad 14. Tomorrow People - Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers 15. Wanna Be Loved - Buju Banton 16. Love Come Down - Barry Biggs 17. Main Squeeze - Lloyd Brown 18. Meet Me Tonight - Freddie McGregor 19. See It in Your Eyes - Don Campbell 20. She's Out of My Life - Wayne Wonder Disc 3 1. Shine - Aswad 2. Tide Is High - Blondie 3. Red Red Wine - UB40 4. Pull Up to the Bumper - Grace Jones 5. Dreadlock Holiday - 10cc 6. It Must Be Love - Madness 7. Now That We've Found Love - Third World 8. Love Someone (Feat. Kivanc) - The Nextmen 9. Chokthere - Apache Indian 10. Rise - Don Campbell 11. Pass the Dutchie - Musical Youth 12. Uptown Top Ranking - Althea & Donna 13. Girlie Girlie - Sophia George 14. You Can Get It If You Really Want - Desmond Dekker 15. Monkey Man - The Maytals 16. Money in My Pocket - Dennis Brown 17. Rudy, a Message to You - Dandy Livingstone 18. Double Barrel - Dave & Ansel Collins 19. Mr. Bojangles - John Holt 20. Everything I Own - Ken Boothe Disc 4 1. Wonderful World, Beautiful People - Jimmy Cliff 2. Someone Loves You Honey - J.C. Lodge 3. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Black Uhuru 4. Ku Klux Klan - Steel Pulse 5. Break Us Apart (Feat. Capleton) - Stephen Marley 6. He Is My Friend - Luciano 7. Ghetto Queen - John Holt 8. The World Is Troubled - Dennis Brown 9. Strangers in the Night - Glen Washington 10. Nazerene Vow - Anthony B 11. Piece of Pie - The Nextmen 12. Go Spread the Love - Capleton 13. Call On Yahweh - Luciano 14. Stepping Out of Babylon - Marcia Griffiths 15. 54-46 Was My Number - The Maytals 16. Israelites - Desmond Dekker & The Aces 17. Pressure Drop - Toots and The Maytals 18. Marcus Garvey - Burning Spear 19. Cokane in My Brain - Dillinger 20. Return of Django - The Upsetters Disc 5 1. Silly Games - Janet Kay 2. My Boy Lollipop - Millie 3. Sweetie Come Brush Me - John Holt 4. Whisper Up (Feat. Betty Steeles) - The Nextmen 5. The Harder They Come - Jimmy Cliff 6. 007 (Shanty Town) - Desmond Dekker & The Aces 7. The Liquidator - Harry J Allstars 8. Police & Thieves - Junior Murvin 9. Funky Kingston - Toots and The Maytals 10. Chase the Devil - Max Romeo & The Upsetters 11. (To Be) Young, Gifted and Black - Bob and Marcia 12. Disco Devil - Lee 'Scratch' Perry 13. Long Shot Kick De Bucket - The Pioneers 14. Dance Crasher - Alton Ellis and The Flames 15. War in a Babylon - Max Romeo & The Upsetters 16. My Girl - The Techniques 17. Tighten Up - The Untouchables 18. Train to Skaville - The Ethiopians 19. Rub Up, Push Up - Justin Hinds and The Dominoes 20. Help Me Make It Through the Night - John Holt
1. Sound System
2. Babylon Makes The Rules
3. Don't Give In
5. Prodigal Son
6. Ku Klux Klan
7. Macka Splaff
8. Drug Squad
9. Reggae Fever
10. Handsworth RevolutionReggae may have been the sound of Jamaica, but the large West Indian population in England helped make the U.K. the second home for the music, and in the '70s a number of first-class British reggae bands began making themselves heard. Among the most popular and critically acclaimed British reggae bands was Steel Pulse, whose music was lean, sinewy roots reggae that commanded a powerful groove, matched with lyrics that dealt with political and social issues with a streetwise intelligence and Rasta consciousness. Fans and critics alike regard Steel Pulse's first three albums for Island/Mango as some of their very best recorded work, and Reggae Greats brings together ten songs from 1978's Handsworth Revolution, 1979's Tribute to the Martyrs, and 1980's Reggae Fever (Caught You). This set features some of the group's best-known songs, among them "Ku Klux Klan," "Babylon Makes the Rules," and "Reggae Fever," and while this is hardly an in-depth look at Steel Pulse's formative years, these tracks make an excellent case for the strength of this band and the passion and force of David Hinds' vocals. Serious fans will want to seek out the excellent two-disc collection Sound System: The Island Anthology, or at least the 17-song single-disc anthology Island Reggae Classics: Steel Pulse, but Reggae Greats is an effective snapshot of Steel Pulse's vital early music. ~ Mark Deming