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10 Comments to Bring Back The Skins - Judge Dread - 40 Big Ones

  1. Fenritilar says:
    Biography The King of Rudeness suffered from a heart attack and died during a concert on a Friday 13th. Judge Dread was the first white reggae artist to have a hit in Jamaica and most of his UK hits were banned from the radio because of the explicit and rude content.
  2. Akigami says:
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  3. Tygorg says:
    Born in Kent, Judge Dread was the first White British recording artist to get a reggae hit in Jamaica. He got his stage name from a Prince Buster song, and his first hits were inspired by Prince Buster's single, "Big Five". The Guinness Book of World Records credits Judge Dread for having the most banned songs of .
  4. Mazulkis says:
    Feb 23,  · Ska Hits 1 Import Various Artists (Artist) Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 customer review. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Bring Back The Skins - Judge Dread 7. The Winkle Man - Judge Dread 8. Big 6 - Judge Dread Big One - Judge Dread Molly - Judge Dread Mary Ann - Judge Dread.4/5(1).
  5. Mezirg says:
    Alexander Minto Hughes (2 May – 13 March ), better known as Judge Dread, was an English reggae and ska musician. He was the first white recording artist to have a reggae hit in Jamaica, and the BBC has banned more of his songs than those of any other recording artist, because of his frequent use of sexual innuendo and double entendres. Following his death, Rolling Stone reported Origin: Snodland, Kent, England.
  6. Fenrigor says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 40 Big Ones on Discogs.2/5(1).
  7. Dolmaran says:
    Mar 12,  · Judge Dread was a strong presence on the UK singles charts from to with some of these songs. This is not for the politically correct, however, since Dread's lyrics were intended to offend and most of these songs were banned by the BBC. That only served to propel them into the Top 20, starting with Big Six/5(2).
  8. Talmaran says:
    Nov 05,  · referencing 40 Big One's, 2xLP, Comp, BIG1, BIG 1 Judge Dread was a seventies and eighties icon to many a mod,skin or rude boy. Unlike the ridiculous Mega City One Judge /5(12).
  9. Goltibei says:
    7" Single on 45cat: Judge Dread - The Big One - Maxi Trojan - UK: 45worlds 45spaces 45cat. Welcome Guest! Judge Dread - Big Six / Bring Back The Skins - Big [Creole] - UK () Previous by Artist. Various Artists - Trojan Explosion - Reggae Instrumental Hits - Maxi Trojan - UK ().
  10. Sarr says:
    The Latin flair of "Y'Viva Suspenders" proved more popular in August , but failed to give a leg up to the Last of the Skinheads album. Britain was now in the grips of punk, but Judge Dread was bemoaning the lack of reggae in clubs, and wishing to "Bring Back the Skins," one of a quartet of songs on his February 5th Anniversary EP.

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