FabricLive.54

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FabricLive.54
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Compilation album by
ReleasedNovember 2010
Genre Reggae, Dancehall
Label Fabric
Producer David Rodigan
FabricLive chronology
FabricLive.53
(2010)
FabricLive.54
(2010)
FabricLive.55
(2011)

FabricLive.54 is a 2010 DJ mix album by David Rodigan. The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. Augustus Pablo - King Tubby meets Rockers Uptown - Yard Music / Rockers International
  2. Big Youth - Waterhouse Rock - VP
  3. Alborosie - Kingston Town - Greensleeves
  4. Etana - August Town - VP
  5. Chezidek - Borderline - Mideya
  6. Romain Virgo - Live mi Life - VP
  7. Cham - Ghetto Story - Warner
  8. Super Cat - Don Dada - Sony
  9. Pinchers - Bandelero - Necessary Mayhem
  10. Prince Alla - Bucket Bottom - Freedom Sounds
  11. King Tubby - Roots of Dub - Total Sounds
  12. Joe Gibbs & Errol T - He Prayed (Dubbed) - VP
  13. Tenor Saw - Ring the Alarm - Techniques
  14. Mr. Vegas & Konshens - Help me Praise Jahoviah - Maximum Sound
  15. Bitty McLean - Plead my Cause - Mideya / TAXI / Silent River
  16. Beres Hammond - Can you Play some More - VP
  17. Cadenza - Stop that Train - Headlock
  18. Sly and Robbie, Lenky & the Maximum Sound Crew - Black Board - Maximum Sound
  19. Shaggy - Church Heathen - Big Yard
  20. Collie Buddz - Come Around - Sony
  21. Million Stylez - Police in Helicopter - Necessary Mayhem

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