Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date
  Various artists album review
Drum Song Continuous Mix
Various
RUNNetherlands
CD
03 - 02 - 1997


Tracking list

  1. Barry O'Hare - Intro
  2. E.T. Webster - Give thanks
  3. Junior Reid - Time and place
  4. Morgans Herritage - Set yourself free
  5. Daweh Congo - Jah call them
  6. Yami Bolo - Binghi man
  7. Frankie Wilmott - King Moses
  8. John Junior - Road is rough
  9. Cocoa Tea - Hard times
  10. Anthony Redrose, Anthony Malvo & Terror Fabulous - Passion nuh rassion
  11. Louie Culture - Fire Bun
  12. Bounty Killer - Who create this world
  13. Sizzla - Make them secure
  14. Prezident Brown - Talking drums
  15. Determine - Who
  16. Professor Frisky - Joyful shout
  17. Capleton - Man a bawl
  18. Shaggy Wonder - I know
  19. Morgan Heritage - Set yourself free (reprise)
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)

Vocals : 4 Backing : 5 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4


For the second time RUNNetherlands manages to come out with a really wicked "version galore". First they had Bob Marley's "Heathen" rhythm and now they have a revitalized "Drum Song" rhythm. The album contains many strong versions, again mixed together by mixmaster Mighty Mike from Ocho Rios based radiostation Irie-FM. The more you listen to this album the more it gets a grip on you. The rhythm, in combination with the conscious lyrics, gives you the real "roots and culture" vibes. Highly recommended. Note: The original "Drum Song" by Sound Dimension is now again available as a 7" single on the Coxsone label.

Teacher & Mr. T.