The late sixties and early seventies spectacle of Jamaican deejays taking their live performances out of the dance halls and translating them into hit records not only marked the beginning of forty years of dance hall driven music on the island but also provided the original inspiration and template for the global dominance of rap and hip hop.
A1 –Dillinger - Cocaine In My Brain
A2 –Dr. Alimantado & Jah Stitch - The Barber Feel It
A3 –U Roy - Hold On
A4 –I Roy - Wars & Friction
A5 –Dillinger - Roots Natty Congo
A6 –Prince Jazzbo - Good Memories
B1 –Big Joe - In The Ghetto
B2 –Dennis Alcapone - It Must Come
B3 –Jah Stitch - Bury The Barber
B4 –Little Joe - Tradition Skank
B5 –Trinity - Kendal Crash
B6 –Dillinger - Daylight Saving Time
B7 –Clint Eastwood - What A Hard Man Fe Dead
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