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Lethal Riddims – Dancehall Explosion '94

CD (Item 944620) Relativity, 1993 — Condition: Used
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10 cuts: Mega Banton "Sound Boy Killing", Dawn Penn "You Don't Love Me (No No)", Capleton "Cold Blooded Murder", Buju Banton "Good Looking Girl", Cutty Ranks "Limb By Limb", Sanchez "I'm Missing You", Jigsy King "Gal A Fuss", Bajja Jedd "Twelve Inches & More", Nikey Fungus "Glamorous Girls" and Dennis Brown "Second Chance".  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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