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Description 2 CD(s) - Reggae - Label: EMI Catalogue - Distributor: EMI Operations/CEVA Logistics - Released: 29/10/2007 - 5099950832798 more

Reggae & Ska

Description 1 CD(s) - Reggae - Label: DEP Distribution - Distributor: EMI Operations/CEVA Logistics - Released: 28/04/1986 - 77778644828 more

Reggae & Ska

Description 1 CD(s) - Reggae - Label: EMI - Distributor: F-Minor; EMI Operations/CEVA Logistics, Universal Music - Released: 01/11/2010 - 5099990687020 more

Reggae & Ska

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“Brummie Reggae”

published 11/05/2005

AdvantagesGreat songs, great music, serious message

DisadvantagesSome of the songs have lost their context

...reggae groups tended to be based in parts of the country where there was a large black population and thus London and Birmingham were natural breeding ground for this music. London gave us the short-lived Black Slate and the longer lasting Misty In Roots and Aswad. Birmingham gave us notable acts such Steel Pulse and UB40. UB40 were distinct from most of the rest in that they were a multiracial...

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AdvantagesBritish reggae at its best

DisadvantagesA bit too serious for their own good

...on the other wing, there was the dub and loping, smooth reggae sounds and political comment of Birmingham?s UB40. Even the name was a STATEMENT writ large of a band who cared, in a deeply passionate way for their fellow men. They cared less for the intense fashion sense and front of many of their friends and colleagues and were pretty faceless and anonymous, but they managed to carve out a lengthy career...

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“UB40, Best of British”

published 12/12/2000

Advantagesmust for your collection

Disadvantageslistening to "Red Red Wine"

...I have followed UB40 since i first heard the single "Food for Thought" and i been a fan ever since. The best of UB40 is a brilliant Album and i think their best one. It has some great tracks on it especially all the early stuff, which in my opinion is when they were at there best.. It has singles on it like "King",....."1 in 10"....."Food for Thought",... ..."Rat in my kitchen...

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