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Stalag 2000 - Various Artists
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  1. No Defeat
  2. Kill a Sound
  3. Mama Rule
  4. Azanido
  5. Do You Pray
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  1. No Defeat
  2. Kill a Sound
  3. Mama Rule
  4. Azanido
  5. Do You Pray
  6. Let Jah Be the Guide
  7. Give Thanks
  8. Good Love
  9. Glory to His Name
  10. Nightfall
  11. Too Much
  12. J.O.B.
  13. Jamaica
  14. Hardcore Loving
  15. Arleen
  16. Bam Bam
  17. Stalag Y2K Megamix
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Old generals never die, they merely fade away. But in Jamaica rhythms never even fade, they reappear time and time again. The Stalag rhythm first saw release in 1973, as Ansel Collins' instrumental "Stalag 17." A dozen years later, producer Winston Riley revived it for young DJ Tenor Saw, and the result was the earth shattering smash "Ring the Alarm." On to a winner, Riley would eventually gather up two full albums worth of versions of the rhythm, Stalag 17, 18 and 19 and Stalag 20, featuring a host of legends -- Augustus ...

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