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WWW, November 2007 - Ghetto Corner starts with a special A' Capella session by none other than Sugar Minott, introducing the French-based Steppin' Youth Sound System. A sign of the quality that is about to follow? You bet!
When they started their Sound back in 1994, the Steppin' Youth were at the beginning of some very interesting years to follow. Not only did they work together with some crucial vocalists, they would also develop their mixing skills.
One result can be heard while enjoying "Ghetto Corner", the first episode of some truly crucial mixes by the French based collective. The tracks follow each other seamlessly, the mix is filled with strategically placed effects and original jingles.
The selection? Simply crucial! Designed to make you move and groove, the riddims are carefully selected and taken out of various times and places.
Enjoy to the fullness!
00. intro sugar minott
01. stars cornell campbell
02. trigger happy dolly man
03. rougher yet slim smith
04. you a fool boy angela prince
05. bad boy bad boy Silvertones
06. never let go slim smith
07. see them a come pad anthony
08. bad boy possee robert ffrench
09. are you ready barry brown
10. bank clerk junior reid
11. jah black barrington levy
12. ghettoman problem wiston hussley
13. live good barrington levy
14. dance in the area tony tuff
15. fight fight don carlos
16. slave horace ferguson
17. knock knock don carlos
18. cool it tony tuff
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