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RETURN OF THE RAGGAMUFFIN [DOUBLE VINYL]

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Tracklist

A1    Lyric Millonear
A2    Jah Blessings
A3    Steppin Outa
A4    Feel Alright

B1    Love Light
B2    My Girl    featuring U-Jean
B3    The Letter
B4    Insane (Trouble-Trouble)

C1    Informer
C2    Movie Star    featuring Delroy Wilson
C3    Raggamuffin
C4    Big Dreams
C5    Herbman Anthem

D1    My Number
D2    Complain
D3    Love Mi Fi Mi    featuring Kiprich
D4    Suppa Star

 

 

Review

The album was created in Europe with the help of Weedy G Soundforce, a group of reggae/dancehall lovers (Mr. Bandito, B-Hi Selecta and King Philly aka Weedy Gonzalez) from Männedorf at the Lake of Zurich in Switzerland. From that team comes the awesome rootical tune Jah Blessings, the average lovers tune Love Light, loosely based on The Temptations ‘My Girl’ and the dancehall killers Insane (Trouble-Trouble) and Big Dreams. The key tune Raggamuffin takes its intro from the Gregory/Dennis classic of the same name. The Italian based label Oneness Records produced the lovers tune Love Mi Fi Mi on the ‘Reggaeville’ riddim and features Jamacian dancehall star Kiprich.

For the tune Feel Allright Skarra Mucci takes the infamous ‘Murderer aka Heavenless’ riddim, adds some well known dancehall lyrics/melodies (Yellowman, Tony Tuff) and the result is just great! Movie Star sees Skarra Mucci together with Delroy Wilson across the riddim of the same name. Some more Delroy Wilson in Complain, also known as ‘It’s a Shame’, a soul classic made famous in reggae by Delroy. The Silvertones scored with ‘Smile’, here Skarra Mucci transforms it into an herbs anthem called Informer

Listening to this album we really would like to see him perform, we’re convinced the man sets a dance on fire! For the album, it would be better if he’d omitted weaker tunes like Love LightSuppa Star and The Letter and would have come up with a 15 track killer album, but still there’s plenty of niceness and old-skool dancehall vibes left to enjoy!

REVIEW FROM REGGAE-VIBES.COM