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Canada Canada. DJ since May 29, 2011
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Brassknucklesnlace 30 years later and Roy Ellis still loves us skinheads.
Brassknucklesnlace Harder they come is a movie all ska and reggae fans need to see
Brassknucklesnlace We all know this song (at least we should). We all love this song (at least we should).
Brassknucklesnlace This might be a more smooth pop reggae number on the Trojan label, but it still gets my toes tapping
Brassknucklesnlace In a classic 1st wave mood this morning
Brassknucklesnlace For those that don't know, "King Horror" is actually Laurel Aitken.
Brassknucklesnlace You can't bring a whip on the train to skaville
Brassknucklesnlace It was harder to find a full version of this song than I thought it would be. Produced by the insanely great Lee Perry
Brassknucklesnlace Sounding like they came straight out of the 1960's...
Brassknucklesnlace Google his Guinness ads... you won't be sorry
Brassknucklesnlace Admit it... you thought of Monkey Man when you heard this
Brassknucklesnlace Sometimes the earliest music just blows all the rest away
Brassknucklesnlace I wonder what he is singing about? ;)
Brassknucklesnlace Left wing Moonska band that was 1 part skinhead reggae, 1 part northern soul and a whole lot of fun!
Brassknucklesnlace Big man, big sound... one of the hardest working bands in ska, and still going more than 30 years after their first gig
Brassknucklesnlace From Rancid to his own brand of Boss Reggae... You have to give the man some credit
Brassknucklesnlace Yes, that is Neville Staples (from the Specials) singing with this great Canadian band

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