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Reggae Better - Soul Radics - Down To The Hall (CD)

11.11.2019

8 thoughts on “ Reggae Better - Soul Radics - Down To The Hall (CD) ”

  1. Molmaran says:
    Down To The Hall LP | | MUZYKA \ Płyty winylowe \ LP Wykonawca \ SOUL RADICS | Muzyka Punk, Psycho, SKA, Reggae. Wydawca Komet, The Analogs, Ziggie Piggie, WC.
  2. Grole says:
    Dec 04,  · This album is a breath of fresh air. No punk, no metal, no jazz - it's pure, unadulterated ska at it's finest. Dani Radic's soulful, yet tasteful vocals are the perfect compliment to the incredible musicianship displayed by the band. Trust me, you'll be able to "do the Reggae" better than anyone you know after a few spins of this amazing disc/5(5).
  3. Dilabar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Soul Radics - Down To The Hall at Discogs. Complete your Soul Radics collection. Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Ska, Rocksteady4/5.
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  6. Nikobar says:
    Soul Radics hit the scene with blistering traditional sounds and gritty soul melodies. Virtually fearless, it's an original take on ska, reggae, and rocksteady with powerful vocals and heavy, hard-hitting riddims. Get our new 7" TWO DEVILS now with free shipping in the US in our store!
  7. Zurisar says:
    Earl Anthony Johnson (born ), better known as Earl Zero, is a Jamaican reggae singer whose career began in the s. He is the uncle of Toronto rapper Raz Fresco. History. Born in the Greenwich Town area of Kingston, Johnson was the eldest of ten children, his father a fisherman and his mother a fishmonger.
  8. Taujinn says:
    This album is a breath of fresh air. No punk, no metal, no jazz - it's pure, unadulterated ska at it's finest. Dani Radic's soulful, yet tasteful vocals are the perfect compliment to the incredible musicianship displayed by the band. Trust me, you'll be able to "do the Reggae" better than anyone you know after a few spins of this amazing disc/5(5).

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