Category: Rock

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    1. Mura

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      Mar 29,  · A selection of British Ska music from the s. Hope you enjoy the Ska classics and hits in this playlist from the UK from the s that includes The Beat, The Specials, The Selecter, Madness, Bad Manners and The Bodysnatchers. 2 Tone records feature here as they were very influential in the 80s producing some great Ska anthems. less.
    2. Moogukree

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      Sep 25,  · Extince & Skate the Great - Props don't pay the rent - Duration: gwx 3, views. King Tee, Yo-Yo, MC Eiht, Cypress Hill, Da Lench Mob, Kam, Threat, Ice Cube & DJ Pooh - .
    3. Arakazahn

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      Jun 20,  · Most skateboarders know the unwritten list of untouchable skate video tunes by heart, like Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide, Knights in White Satin, The Knife Song, and Like a Friend. In fact, the unwritten list probably is written down somewhere. However, I reject the notion that a song can only be used once in a .
    4. Nezragore

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      Explore releases from the Skate Mountain Records label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Skate Mountain Records releases.
    5. Yojinn

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      Even a few U.K. groups get to strut their stuff; the Pyramids, Rico Rodiguez' All Stars, and Blue Rivers & the Maroons all put in an appearance. And so boogies, big band swing, and R&B surge out from the grooves, as hit after instrumental classic stream by, interspersed by the vocal tracks.
    6. Masida

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      May 23,  · Music from any Disney musical is very popular among ice skaters of all ages. Every time a skater or parent enters an ice rink, he or she may hear music from popular Disney musical films playing in the background. After the Disney film Frozen became popular in , it seemed as if every little girl wanted to skate to "Let It Go!".
    7. Kajit

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Trojan: Original Ska Classics. on Discogs/5(15).
    8. Kejind

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      Video Days was Spike Jonze’s most well-known skate video, a canonical skateboarding document, and a cult classic film in its own right. Released in , every single skate video since copies it in one way or another. Jonze invented the modern style of skateboard cinematography and editing: the fish eyes, the fluid camera angles.
    9. Faull

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      Produced by Bunny "striker" Lee and featuring the late great vocalist Slim Smith, this haunting rocksteady classic was originally written by Curtis Mayfield. 9 WAS MY NUMBER Toots & the.

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