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Fuss & Fight Riddim

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Fuss & Fight Riddim by Various Artists

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Fuss & Fight Riddim

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Label: John John Records
Originally released in the late 1970s on Barrington Levy's Englishman, "No Fuss, No Fight" has become one of Levy's most recognizable tracks and has been remade countless times. Here, producer Lloyd "John John" James, the son of the legendary King Jammy, enlists the help of reggae A-listers Pressure, Louie Culture, Alborosie and Tarrus Riley to rework it once again. Be sure to check out "Worlds Inna Trouble" by Alborosie, who always brings his best when redoing classics.

About This Album

Originally released in the late 1970s on Barrington Levy's Englishman, "No Fuss, No Fight" has become one of Levy's most recognizable tracks and has been remade countless times. Here, producer Lloyd "John John" James, the son of the legendary King Jammy, enlists the help of reggae A-listers Pressure, Louie Culture, Alborosie and Tarrus Riley to rework it once again. Be sure to check out "Worlds Inna Trouble" by Alborosie, who always brings his best when redoing classics.

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About This Album

Originally released in the late 1970s on Barrington Levy's Englishman, "No Fuss, No Fight" has become one of Levy's most recognizable tracks and has been remade countless times. Here, producer Lloyd "John John" James, the son of the legendary King Jammy, enlists the help of reggae A-listers Pressure, Louie Culture, Alborosie and Tarrus Riley to rework it once again. Be sure to check out "Worlds Inna Trouble" by Alborosie, who always brings his best when redoing classics.