Crash Bang Pow (Various) - 90's Hit Dancehall in a big tune style *MAD*

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Crash Bang Pow

Goods: A brand new promo CD

Music: 90's dancehall themed music 'Boom Boom Booom' (the 4th in the series)

Released: DEC 2021

Number of Tracks: 23

CD Description: A brand new CD featuring a clever selection of 90's Mega Hit dancehall music with a few forgotten gems, sounding just as good in this modern era as it did back then. The selection is a 'clean' selection so no bad/cross words, safe to play anywhere!

Age of Music: 90's 

Genres: Dancehall & Bashment

Suitable for: Party Goers, DJ's, Dancehall Fans

Audio Quality: Audio from FLAC/WAV files

Duration: 79 mins

Product Description: CDs are fully printed and brand new in plastic sleeves, wrapped in packs and are sealed with 'Promo CD' stickers. They are not available anywhere else, they are promotional cds, for promotional use.

Tracklists for the disc is as follows:

Crash Bam Boom - Total playtime = 79 min 21 secs
1. Them No Care - Super Cat (3:35)
2. Teach Them Proper - Shabba Ranks (3:38)
3. Jah Jah Deh Don - Terry Ganzie (3:18)
4. Raggamuffin Natty Dread - Professor Nuts (3:22)
5. Come Better - Cutty Ranks (3:32)
6. Think Dem Rough - One Pint (3:48)
7. Fat Girl - Jason Sweetness, Shah Banton (3:48)
8. Money - Admiral Bailey (3:38)
9. Blessed - Beenie Man (3:37)
10. Steer Them - Dirtsman (3:35)
11. High Seat - Shabba Ranks (4:13)
12. Gwaan And Galang - Super Beagle (3:13)
13. Woman A Pressure Me - Shaggy (3:30)
14. All I Really Want - T.O.K. (3:03)
15. Tight Up Skirt - Red Rat (3:32)
16. Money Making Guy - Hawkeye (3:02)
17. Number One - Beenie Man (3:03)
18. Sucky Ducky - Mr. Vegas (2:58)
19. Di Woman Dem Fat - Buju Banton (3:14)
20. Jump & Spread Out - Major Bones (3:28)
21. Over Yu Body - Top Cat (3:07)
22. Use Me - Josy Wales (3:45)
23. Play The Music - Lt. Stitchie, Tinga Stewart (3:17)

What is 'Crash Bang Pow'?
The 90's certainly was an evolutionary period for reggae dancehall music, it was the decade that started many now famous artists career. The use of computers in studios had mixed opinions from dedicated fans, but the extant of how it would be used and how far the music would travel & infect the whole world was greatly underestimated. Here is a selection made by experts to reminisce on some of the best tunes & riddims from that period

Postage: UK (Inc Mainland Scotland & Northern Ireland) 1st Class Standard Royal Mail 48-hour Post. Worldwide using Royal Mail International. 

Packaging: Orders of quantity 4 CDs or less will be packaged and posted in cardboard sealed CD envelopes. Orders of 5 or more CDs will be packaged and posted in bubblewrapped envelopes. Larger orders 20+are sent as parcels.