Runaway - Horace Andy - Rise Up (CD)

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  1. Mauzil Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rise Up on Discogs.
  2. Yozil Reply
    Horace Andy Meets Mad Professor ‎– From The Roots Label: RAS Records Inc. ‎– , Sanctuary Records ‎– none, Ariwa ‎– none4/5(1).
  3. Yozshutaxe Reply
    Andy, Horace - Rise Up - chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Horace Andy Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Runaway 9. Dem Lie Rasta Business Don't Beat Her Zion Change Your Ways Rise Up .
  4. Guhn Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Rise Up - Horace Andy on AllMusic -
  5. Gardatilar Reply
    From the Roots - Discomix. H Horace Andy M Mad Professor. Aug 16, 13 tracks.
  6. Shakatilar Reply
    Review: The Bullwackies cut of Horace Andy's 'Serious Thing' eclipses on all sides the classic Bunny Lee version of five or so years earlier - Horace like an angel over a stepping roots arrangement, with the horns on side A imparting extra gravitas, and the majestic Wackies production extra effects on the chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.coally released in , in the company of Youthman, Sometime Girl, Rockfort.
  7. Dilkis Reply
    From The Roots DISCOMIX by Horace Andy, released 16 August 1. Babylon Bridge 2. The Bingy Man 3. What You Gonna Do 4. Vanity Vanity 5. Runaway 6. Dem Lie 7. Rasta Business 8. Zion The Holy Land 9. Rise Up Now Change Your Ways Gimme What Me Want For Me Don't Beat Her.
  8. Zulkisida Reply
    Horace Andy Format: Audio CD. out of Girl Don't Come 6) Vanity Vanity 7) For Me 8) Runaway 9) Dem Lie 10) Rasta Business 11) Zion The Holy Land 12) Rise Up Now 13) Don't Beat Her 14) Change Your Ways Go Unlimited Start your day free trial Stream From the Roots by Horace Andy meets Mad Professor and tens of millions of other songs 5/5(2).
  9. Sagul Reply
    That's not the problem in this case -- Horace Andy, who was something of a star in Jamaica back in the s and has since enjoyed steady work in both the U.S. and the U.K, achieving significant crossover recognition for his work with trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack, has really never let up the pressure.

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