Pato Banton - Collections mp3 album
Pato Banton And The Reggae Revolution. 2. Bubbling Hot. Pato Banton And The Reggae Revolution.
This compilation grabs the best of Pato Banton, sweeping back to the DJ's debut in 1988 and bringing it forward with cuts recorded in 1994. There's 14 tracks in all, nicely weighted between earlier cultural material, uplifting anthems, and the humor-laced numbers. From the militant "Never Give In" to the unifying "One World (Not Three)" and on to the seminal comic routine of "Don't Sniff Coke," the listener is treated to every facet of the performer.
A Pato Banton concert is an event not to be missed and an experience not to be forgotten. Positive Vibrations abound with a beat to keep you on your dancing feet, while Pato delivers a message that is food for the mind and soul. Many have considered his charismatic performance as live theatre where no show is alike and audience members become participants in the experience. Hit After Hit - UK and Worldwide Chart Success For the 1994 compilation album Collections, Pato reunited with Ali and Robin Campbell of UB40 to record a cover of Eddy Grants single Baby Come Back. Pato Banton became a household name in the UK, as this single stayed at number 1 for four weeks in the British charts.
Collections - Студийный альбом от Pato Banton. Вышел 23 августа 1994г. В альбом вошло 14 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:07:35. Pato Banton - don't sniff coke (GREENSLEEVES - UK BUBBLERS - 1986) 12inch. pato banton does not sniff the coke. Pato Banton Live, do not sniff the coke, only sensimilla.
Pato Banton is a reggae artist from Birmingham, England who peaked in the early 1990s with the number one hit "Baby Come Back", a cover of the classic The Equals song. He first began recording in 1982 regularly teaming up with Ranking Roger of The Beat (sometimes referred to outside the UK as The English Beat). Pato also appeared as a guest artist on UB40's 1985 album "Baggariddim".
Pato Banton uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. For the 1994 compilation album Collections, Pato reunited with Ali and Robin Campbell of UB40 to record a cover of Eddy Grants single ‘Baby Come Back’. Pato Banton became a household name in the UK, as the single stayed at number 1 for four weeks in the British charts
|1||Baby Come Back||3:50|
|3||Don't Sniff Coke||4:10|
|4||Tudo De Bom||4:23|
|6||One World (Not Three)||3:48|
|7||Roots, Rock, Raggae||3:37|
|10||Bad Man And Woman (New Version)||5:31|
|11||Never Give In||7:15|
|12||Save Your Soul||5:11|
|13||All Drugs Out||4:39|
|14||Pato's Opinion Pt. 2||8:02|
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|7243 8 27055 2 9||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution - Collections (CD, Comp)||I.R.S. Records||7243 8 27055 2 9||US||1994|
|7243 8 39940 2 1||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution - Collections (CD, Comp)||Virgin||7243 8 39940 2 1||UK||1994|
|CDVIR (WF) 178||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution - Collections (CD, Comp)||Virgin||CDVIR (WF) 178||South Africa||1994|
|CDVX 2765 7243 8 40524 23||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution||Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution - Collections (CD, Comp)||I.R.S. Records||CDVX 2765 7243 8 40524 23||Netherlands||1995|
|CDV 2765, 7243 8 39940 21||Pato Banton And The Reggae Revolution*||Collections (CD, Comp)||Virgin, Virgin||CDV 2765, 7243 8 39940 21||Italy||1994|