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Roots Uprising
Roots Reggae, Dub, Dancehall
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Roots Uprising LP by Various Artists, released 14 December 2009 1. Moodie & Excel - Intro 2. Overproof Soundsystem - Watch What You Put Inna 3. One People Production - Digital Rock (Feat. Brother Culture) 4. 2 Bad Card (Adrian Sherwood) - Equal Rights & Justice 5. Mungo's Hi-Fi - Under Arrest (Feat. MC Ishu) 6. Ramon Judah - Survival 7. Dub Terror - Shinobi (Feat. Echo Ranks & Santanu) 8. Brother Culture - Willing & Able (Feat. Excel & Moodie - Outro (Feat. Louis Slipperz) Roots Uprising was created as a realisation of the vitality within the UK Roots music industry. Since starting Reggae Roast events in 2007 Exel & Moodie have worked alongside some of the most talented producers, singers, MCs and musicians in this country. The aim of this album is to show that Reggae music is as alive as ever, over 30 years after its creation and continues to grow from strength to strength.

DJ selectors Moodie, Excel, and Louis Slipperz have been running various Reggae Roast events in London since 2007, and the success of these affairs has led to their own Reggae Roast label, and this is the imprint’s first release. These guys drifted over to reggae from hip-hop and brought that sensibility with them, so what they really do with their mixes is blend roots reggae, dub, dancehall, dubstep, and electronic beat music into a 21st century concoction

Album: Roots Uprising. Artist: Various ArtistsFollow. Album: Roots Uprising. Label: Reggae RoastFollow. Genre: Digital Dancehall SteppersFollow Digital Dancehall '13-14Follow. Yes! Reggae Roast presenting the finest in UK contemporary roots and digital dancehall with appearances from Adrian Sherwood, Mungo's Hi Fi, Brother Culture, Overproof Soundsystem and many more. Boom compilation of modern UK classics! Tracklist.

Various ‎– Roots Uprising. Label: Reggae Roast ‎– RR002. Format: CD, Compilation, Mixed. Mixed by Exel & Moodie - Reggae Roast. Reggae Roast presents Roots Uprising. A journey through UK reggae, dub & dubstep.

April Uprising is the fifth studio album by Australian roots band the John Butler Trio. The album was recorded from late 2009-early 2010 in Fremantle, Australia. The album's name comes from Butler's appearance on the television documentary series, Who Do You Think You Are, where he journeyed to Bulgaria to find information about his ancestors. The 1876 April Uprising was an important event in Bulgarian history.

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Roots Uprising" Album Outro. Louis Slipperz & Exel & Moodie.

Junior Joseph Sutherland (Percussionist/BV)) started out as a Nyabinghi drummer and since working with The Uprising band has been experimenting outside of the drum with various instruments, pot covers and whatever else he can get his hands on. Conceptualized on 1st January 2006 the band core members met by jamming together as musicians playing together Inna de Yard. Kush recalls seeing Earl Chinna Smith, a friend of his father Winston McAnuff, a fellow veteran Musician,that introduced him to Pot a Rice. Currently The Uprising Roots has released their new singles Skyfiya" and "Brightest light" on the Trumusik Label’ and is working on the eventual release of their much anticipated debut album, "SKYFIYA". I am my Anhkcestors, I am the light.