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Mungo's Hifi Sound System Champions
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Sound System Champions Mungo's Hi Fi
Release Date: 2011 - 10 - 03, Audio CD, Scotch Bonnet
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by - written on 15/10/08, updated on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
The chilly drunk streets of Glasgow may seem distant from the roots of reggae but this album: Sound System Champions by Mungo's Hi-Fi is one of the best reggae releases I've come across this year, it's like a history of the music in that it covers everything from reggae, ska, dancehall, rub a dub and even a bit of jazzy hip hop thrown in, it features big name after big name and starts off in an intriguing way with the smokey jazz bar voice of Parisian Marina P before moving on to Kenny Knots and Don't Let Them Break Your Heart.. this is the very essence of old school roots reggae but it doesn't hang around for long as it moves on until you get to an upbeat frenzie of ... Read the complete review
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