Dreadzone - Live At Sunrise (Functional Records)
What to say about this first live album by dance/reggae machine Dreadzone? Fronted by master of ceremonies MC Spee and vocalist Earl Sixteen, this album offers a perfect impression of the blast of positive energy a Dreadzone live concert is.
Earl Sixteen - Wake Up (Ariwa)
It looks as if the title of this new album by Earl Sixteen (also known as the voice behind Dreadzone and Leftfield) is meant as a cynical inside joke as it had indeed been a while since his last album release.
Dreadzone - Once Upon A Time (Functional Records)
There are albums you just want in your collection for that one song in the track list and Dreadzone's 'Once Upon A Time' is an excellent example.
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