This is King Addies playing for 5 straight hours on Top Frankin' Internet Radio in Germany! Jam Fire plays literally hundreds of dubplates... Garnet Silk... Dennis Brown... Nitty Gritty... Tenor Saw... the infamous Ninjaman & Bounty Killer combo... I can't believe Audiomaxxx is charging $20 for all 6 hours, get it from the source with no lame voice overs interspersed... I'd upload it to divshare for you but it's right here: KING ADDIES
There is nothing you can do that make me run away from this clash yah...
1) Deportee is Back - The most fitting song I could think of for Ninja's return to U$ soil. After his bad-guy character 'Deportee' from Third World Cop gets killed and dumped in a barrel, Ninja resurrects him on 45. 'Deportee is back/wickedest thing weh inna Third World Cop'.
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Soundclash icon Squingy, of Bass Odyssey, suffered a broken leg, ankle, shoulder and some broken ribs as a result of an accident during Death Before Dishonour this year. Squingy had just gotten back from a hiatus on the champion clashing sound because of health issues. Let's hope for a speedy recovery. Here is the official press release from Bass Odyssey via this link.
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Taken from here
Sources close to Capleton believe that an attempt was been made on the popular deejay's life as over a week ago, the deejay found a common pin in a boxed food which members of his entourage had bought for him from a street-side vendor in St. Mary.
"I don't know why a man would try to harm me, but these things will happen and always happen because if you bun a certain kind of fire, and speak for those who have been suppressed and oppressed, there are people who don't want to see that," Capleton said.
"The more dem try to kill we, the more we live longer, the more they try to weaken we, the more we get stronger," he chanted.
He credits Jah with divine intervention which allowed him to see the harm and avert danger.
"Jah rule the head and eye and that's why me coulda get to see the pin, the power of Jah is on my side," said the deejay who leaves for a three month tour that will take him to Europe for eight weeks and then the United States for the remainder of the tour.
A member of the deejay's inner circle told sources that a couple members of his entourage had gone to an establishment owned by a Rastafarian and ‘ordered a food fi the King'.
"When they carried the food to the King now, and him stir it up, him see the common pin and that's how we found out, it just goes to show you that not everyone who wear locks in a true Rasta and the yutes who went for the food should know better, you cannot announce things like that because yu never know where the enemies dem lie," he said.
The deejay turns 40 on April 13th and said he might be working this year on his birthday, either in "Switzerland or Sweden."
The end of the post appears to be cut off. Given Capleton's lyrical subject matter and his immense worldwide popularity, any number of people in high places might want to silence him (apparently there a mural of Capleton in the 'banlieus' of Paris that covers the entire side of a 20 story housing project.) There are also a few deejays that have had problems with him in the past...
Posted by Lasonic TRC-931 at 13:25
These are alternate versions of the same song, something that happens quite a bit in reggae music. This basically means you have to listen to everything even if its from the same artist and the tune has the same name.
I don't know much about Honey Boy Martin. This rocksteady tune is toughest in mix 1. I have a couple other tunes from him, and they're typical 70s covers, nothing as tough as this. These two tunes are obviously older than the stuff in the link however... This sounds like what Bounty Killer would have cut had he been making music in the late 60s. Or maybe Terry Ganzie...
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