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En Caracas

by The Toasters

New York 2Tone ska. Upbeat, political and fun. Rhythm and Blues based Jamaican music.
Genre: Reggae: Ska
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1. Too Hip to Be Cool
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2. Go Girl
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3. Decision At Midnight
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4. Hurry Up Rudy / Manipulator
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5. Midnight Hour
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6. Run Rudy Run
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7. Thrill Me Up
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8. Night Train
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9. Matt Davis
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Toasters have toured around the world since their inception in 1981. There have been a few live officially released cds over there years, and this is another great one. Recorded in April 17th, 1993 on the New York Fever tour while the band was on tour in South America. Live In Caracas, Venezuela. Although the album is short, it does contain some rare live gems such as Manipulator, Too Hip To Be Cool and Night Train, all of which have not been in their live repertoire for over 10 years now. You also get a special treat of Paul \"Pablo D\" Wright giving some excellent toasting and singing, the man who is responsible for the majority of the lyrics and vocal stylings on the New York Fever album, of which pretty much set the standard for The Toasters \"sound\". Although Pablo did not record on the Dub56 album, he did contribute to the writing process before departing the band.

If you want to hear what the band was sounding like in the early 90\'s before the big U.S. skaboom...then download this now!

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