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Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Founded in 1971, Matumbi was among the earliest and best British reggae bands. They did, however, also record under different guises, including The 4th Street Orchestra. In their acclaimed Rough Guide to Reggae, Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton rate this album (and it's counterpart Leggo! Ah-Fi-We-Dis) as "the best showcase for Matumbi's talents". This release marks the first LP reissue of this genuine UK roots-monument since 1976.
Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Founded in 1971, Matumbi was among the earliest and best British reggae bands. They did, however, also record under different guises, including The 4th Street Orchestra. In their acclaimed Rough Guide to Reggae, Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton rate this album (and it's counterpart Leggo! Ah-Fi-We-Dis) as "the best showcase for Matumbi's talents". This release marks the first LP reissue of this genuine UK roots-monument since 1976.
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Ah Who Seh Go-Deh [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Org) (Hol)
Artist: 4th Street Orchestra
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 2- 3 days $38.99
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1. Ah Who Seh
2. Za-Ion
3. Jah Chase Dem
4. Half Way to Za-Ion
5. Run Dem Out
6. Out-A-Order
7. Sing-A-Man
8. Go Deh
9. Rite Dem
10. Raw Kut

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Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on orange coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Founded in 1971, Matumbi was among the earliest and best British reggae bands. They did, however, also record under different guises, including The 4th Street Orchestra. In their acclaimed Rough Guide to Reggae, Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton rate this album (and it's counterpart Leggo! Ah-Fi-We-Dis) as "the best showcase for Matumbi's talents". This release marks the first LP reissue of this genuine UK roots-monument since 1976.
        
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