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This review is from: The Trojan Skinhead Reggae (Audio CD)
Here you have one of the best Trojan box sets, that collects 50 reggae tracks from the late 60's and early 70's, when Jamaican sounds ruled in the skinhead scene (and dancefloors).
The classics sit alongside the rarities (lots of tracks appear for the first time in CD), so this is a perfect anthology for both the connoisseurs and casual fans of the genre. Some highlights in the all-killers-no-fillers tracklist: 'Mix Up Girl' by The Creations, 'Copy Cat' by Derrick Morgan, 'Zapatoo The Tiger' by Roland Alphonso, 'Wiggle Waggle' by The Wanderers, '2.000 Tons Of T.N.T' by The G.G. All Stars or 'Loch Ness Monster' by King Horror.
The sound is correct, as the packaging and liner notes about the skinhead scene. And, for the low-price, you couldn't ask for more.