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100 Gal More - Various Artists (LP)

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Media Format: LP VINYL
SKU: BW0027.1
UPC: 761888002714
Release Date: Nov. 11, 1998
Label: BRICKWALL
Media Format: LP VINYL
Genre: REGGAE
1. 100 GAL MORE / BEENIE MAN
2. MEKEDA / FUTURE TROUBLES
3. TELL A GAL SAY / INNOCENT CREW
4. ONE STYLE / TANYA STEPHENS
5. CUTTING EDGE / GENERAL B
6. TELL HIM GWAN / DADDY SCREW
7. RATINGS / DELLY RANKS
8. COME WUK MI LOOK / SHABBA RANKS
9. ONE & MOVE / ELEPHANT MAN
10. GAL RED EYE BOMB DONDIMATE
11. LOVE HOW MI FLEX / SUGAR ROY
12. NAH RUN DOWN NOTHING / TERROR FABULOUS
13. EH EM FEELINGS / POWER MAN
14. GHETTO GAL DRESS THE BEST / HARRY TODDLER

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    100 GAL MORE

    Posted by Peter Dalton on 6th May 2017

    Producer Bobby Digital Dixon was on top of his game when he had drummer George Miller and keyboard player P. Enton build the "Asylum" riddim track in 1998, releasing over twenty cuts during the course of the next year. The most successful of these in the global reggae marketplace was Beenie Man's "100 Gal More," after which the obligatory "riddim' album was named. As with all such collections, the standout tracks will depend, to a large degree, on which of the performers the listener favours the most. No-one disappoints, though Future Troubles ("Mekeda"), Tanya Stephens ("One Style"), Elephant Man ("One & Move"), Terror Fabulous ("Nah Run Down Nothing") and Harry Toddler ("Ghetto Gal Dress The Best") seem particularly inspired.

  • 4
    100 GAL MORE

    Posted by Peter Dalton on 6th May 2017

    Producer Bobby Digital Dixon was on top of his game when he had drummer George Miller and keyboard player P. Enton build the "Asylum" riddim track in 1998, releasing over twenty cuts during the course of the next year. The most successful of these in the global reggae marketplace was Beenie Man's "100 Gal More," after which the obligatory "riddim' album was named. As with all such collections, the standout tracks will depend, to a large degree, on which of the performers the listener favours the most. No-one disappoints, though Future Troubles ("Mekeda"), Tanya Stephens ("One Style"), Elephant Man ("One & Move"), Terror Fabulous ("Nah Run Down Nothing") and Harry Toddler ("Ghetto Gal Dress The Best") seem particularly inspired.