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  1. Menos

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    Judge Dread Featuring Prince Buster, an Album by Prince Buster. Released in on Blue Beat (catalog no. BBLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rocksteady, Jamaican Ska.
  2. Mikazshura

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    Nov 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Judge Dread - The Legendary Judge Dread (CD1) [Full Album] YouTube Mikey Dread - Roots And Culture - Duration: Mystic Revelation 1,, views.
  3. Zulunris

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    Lyrics for Judge Dread by Prince Buster "Order, now my court is in session, will you please stand? First, allow me to introduce myself, my name is Judge Hundred-Years Some people call me Judge Dread. More lyrics from the album. Judge Dread.
  4. Bazahn

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    Jan 13,  · Judge Dread Licensed to YouTube by TuneCore (on behalf of PRINCE BUSTER MUSIC); Rumblefish (Publishing), BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 5 Music Rights Societies.
  5. Gardatilar

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    Prince Buster Judge Dread, Madness, Don't Throw Stones 7" Vinyl Favourite Auctions.
  6. Negami

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    Cecil Bustamente Campbell OD (– 8 September ), known professionally as Prince Buster, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer. The records he released in the s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that would be drawn upon later by reggae and ska artists.
  7. Gojas

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    Mar 20,  · Information about Prince Buster is included in this post along with the complete text of an AllMusic Review of Prince Buster's song "Judge Dread" by Dave Thompson and selected comments from the discussion thread for that embedded sound file. The content of this post is presented for historical, cultural, entertainment, and aesthetic purposes.
  8. Zujar

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    Listen to Judge Dread by Prince Buster, 5, Shazams, featuring on Prince Buster: Next Steps Apple Music playlist.
  9. Juzilkree

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    You may not have heard Prince Buster’s original “Judge Dread” records–but if you’re a ska fan, don’t be surprised if they have a familiar ring. “Stupid Marriage,” a classic track from the first Specials album, is a direct tribute to these mysterious and slyly humorous relics of the rock steady era. The saga began in [ ].

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