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  1. Reggae Hits Vol. 3 by Various Artists Reggae Hits Vol.2 Various. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. 4 offers from £ Next. Product details. Audio CD (1 Oct. ) Number of Discs: 1; Label: Jet Star; The cd reggae hits, has exceptional tunes, that i have been trying to get for a long time, now that i have listened to it,it brimgs the 3/5(8).
  2. Written and produced by Gamble and Huff, the million-selling "Love Train" made two stops, parking at the number one R&B spot for four weeks and going to number one pop in early It was on the trio's gold LP Backstabbers, which also listed the number two R&B single "Time to Get Down," the Top 13 R&B hit " Arguments," and the million.
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  4. Nigeria Special, Vol. 2: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds and NigerianBlues by VARIOUS ARTISTS Audio CD $ Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo(4).
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  8. Pure Reggae doesn't seem as obvious a choice as Pure Moods or Pure Celtic, largely because it seems earthy, not mystical. Pure Reggae doesn't dispel that notion, especially since it contains such party anthems as Apache Indian's "Boom Shakalak" and Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue," as well as bastardized mainstream reggae-pop like Big Mountain's "Baby I Love Your Way," plus Eric Clapton's .

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