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Track Listing:

  1. Click here to play a sound clip! My Dulahin - Preacher 
  2. Click here to play a sound clip! Too Sweet- Anslem Douglas
  3. Are We The Mecca For True? - De Fosto
  4. Toast to Soca - Steve Sealy 
  5. Click here to play a sound clip! Wark Easy- Blackie
  6. Big Enuff- Nikki Crosby 
  7. Click here to play a sound clip! Maccoing - Oscar B
  8. Stamp Out- Wickedy
  9. Bum Bum Party - Strongy 
  10. Click here to play a sound clip! Pan On De Hill - Preacher 
  11. Dance Leh We Dance- Steve Sealy 
  12. Click here to play a sound clip! Firestorm - De Fosto
  13. Mash Up De Town - Blackie 
  14. North Stand Party - Pelham Goddard Vocals Steve Sealy
  15. Click here to play a sound clip! Pan On De Priority - Roger George 
  16. Sweeter Man - Preacher 
  17. Work - Anslem Douglas

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For several years there’s been an informal battle of the carnival collections between Crosby’s (the famous record store in St James, immortalised in Bally’s calypso line, "If I sing on Robbie do you stop by Crosby?"), and the Rituals record label. This year Rituals was a bit late getting copies of its Caribbean Party Rhythms 8 on the street, which gave the race to Crosby’s Strictly Soca collection. Crosby’s might have won anyway, given this powerhouse anthology featuring Preacher’s Dulahin, Blackie’s risqué Wark Easy, Strongy’s amiable addition to the long hit parade in appreciation of women’s bottoms, Bum Bum Party, Oscar B’s irresistible, ragga-soca Maccoing, and DeFosto’s panyard hit Firestorm. The other 13 tracks range from tedious to amusing, but even the least amusing will remind you what a great time you had (or could have had) at Trinidad Carnival 2002. [MG - Caribbean Beat]


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