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The Homeless Problem - The Ragga Twins - Reggae Owes Me Money (LP Sampler) (Vinyl)

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    Sep 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reggae Owes Me Money on Discogs. Label: Shut Up And Dance Records - SUAD LP2,Shut Up And Dance Records - SUADLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Reggae • Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore, Dancehall/5().
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    Jul 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reggae Owes Me Money (LP Sampler) on Discogs. Label: Shut Up And Dance Records - SUADLPS • Format: Vinyl 12 The Ragga Twins - Reggae Owes Me Money (LP Sampler) (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(15).
  6. Faurg says:
    Apr 26,  · At the height of rave culture, The Ragga Twins found themselves playing at raves up and down the country. With one album (Reggae Owes Me Money) and a steady stream of killer singles over the next couple of years the Ragga Twins’ musical blueprint of basslines, breakbeats and ragga defined Jungle music in the years to come.
  7. Zulkijin says:
    The Ragga Twins ‎- Reggae Owes Me Money, As rave music got hardcore, two sound system veterans joined forces with a legendary production outfit, working lyrics over a sped-up breakbeat style that would later (with further cranks of the tempo) become jungle and drum ‘n’ bass.
  8. Dujora says:
    At the height of rave culture, the Ragga Twins found themselves playing at raves up and down the country. With one album (Reggae Owes Me Money) and a steady stream of killer singles over the next couple of years the Ragga Twins' musical blueprint of basslines, breakbeats and ragga defined Jungle music in the years to come.

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