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Soul Jerker: Sounds of '69 » posted Apr 27, 2008

by Kid Frostbite

Mighty, mighty sounds that shook the dance floors of Kingston and London and soundtracked the original skinhead scene. This is unrepentant party music, and the crackles and vinyl fizz you'll hear attest to the many years some of these records have spent moving crowds. So don't fight it - turn the lights down, turn the music up, grab a few tins of your favorite libation, and tighten up!

  1. Dice The Boss - Your Boss DJ

  2. Harry J All Stars - Liquidator

  3. Max Romeo - Wet Dream

  4. The Des All Stars- Walk With Des

  5. Slim Smith - Everybody Needs Love

  6. Hortense Ellis - My Last Date

  7. Winston Shan - Throw Me Corn

  8. The Hippy Boys - What's Your Excuse

  9. The Reggae Boys - Ba Ba

  10. Karl Bryan - Red Ash

  11. The Untouchables - Tighten Up

  12. Pamela Brown - People Are Running

  13. Lloyd Charmers - In The Spirit

  14. Andy Capp - Pop A Top

  15. Hot Rod All Stars - Return of The Bad Man

  16. Stranger Cole & Lester Sterling - Bangarang

  17. The Upsetters - Lock Jaw

  18. Girlie - Small Change

  19. King Horror - Cutting Blade

  20. Dice The Boss & Joe's All Stars - Brixton Cat

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