Monday, November 19, 2007

Dangerous System (MP3 Review)


WWW, November 2007 - Those who refuse to listen to computer-based Reggae, may want to skip this one. However, they would be missing out some crucial Jamaican Dancehall vibes from the late 1980's, early 1990's.

Dangerous System contains some serious tunes. The music crucial, highly and deeply danceable and many tunes contain an uplifting message in the category "Righteous Loving".

No slackness?

Sure, it depends how you look at it. It's just like Digital Dancehall: if you can't stand it, or don't know in which perspective to place it, why not simply skip it?

Or skip directly to the second half of the mix and listen to a combination of Rub a Dub and Dancehall

However, as said, you would be missing out some serious music that uplifts the heart and may nourish the soul for the level of hearticality in this selection by the Paradox crew is high!


01. Tony Tuff - Good To Control Me (Greensleeves)
02. Johnny Clarke - Love Feeling All Over (Napthali)
03. Super Black - Baby Father (Live & Love)
04. Carl Meeks - Who A Tell The Tale (Photographer)
05. Junior Mervin - Armagiedon (Firehouse)
06. Robert Ffrench - When You Come A Dance (Parish)
07. Pad Anthony - Dangerous System (Live & Love)
08. King Kong - Can't Distress Me (Parish)
09. Johnny Clarke - Teach Them The Right (Firehouse)
10. Admiral Tibet - Victim of Babylon (Live & Love)
11. Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love (Jammys)
12. King Everald - Afraid Of Them (Firehouse)
13. Sister Charmaine - Ha Fi Get A Job (Techniques)
14. Anthony Red Rose - Canta (Firehouse)
15. Johny Wayne - Me No Response (Firehouse)
16. Wayne Smith - E20 (Greensleeves)
17. Tonto Irie - World's Best Lover (Melodie)
18. Trevor Levy - Key Card (Firehouse)
19. Anthony Red Rose - Dub Organizer (Firehouse)
20. Steve Knight - See Dem A Come (Tachyon)
21. Sugar Minott - Victim of Society (Heartbeat)
22. Colourman - Plain Truth Lyric (Creation)
23. Little John - Youth of Today (Skengdon)
24. Junior Delgado - Poverty (Incredible)
24. The Viceroys - Take Care Of The Youths (Greensleeves)


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