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90s Syndrum & Digi Roots - Revelation time

90s Syndrum & Digi Roots - Revelation time

Playing tracks by

Abbasani, Furnace, Natural Mystic, Ijahman Levi, Ansel (Meditations) and more.

Chart positions

This show was 7th in the global roots reggae chart, 11th in the global vinyl only chart and 34th in the global reggae chart.

A selection through Roots music of the early 90s, some with that mix of analog & digital sound, with syndrum/synth prominent, others with that pure digi production and moody edgy sound of early 90s.. Many a killer and personal fave. Kicking off with the classic militant steppers ‘Revelation time’, Abbassani’s first release I think, paired with a more downbeat one drop but equally killer cut from one-away singer Furnace. Next up another classic ‘Jah love so right’ and a killer Ijahman Levi ‘Earth no heaven’… big up the angel sound, ‘Vengenace’ (bad Sky High 7) and a nxt Abassani cut. Second segment dives into to the pure hardcore digi productions, with some serious tunes like Drought (Yabby You prod), Wadada cuts on Gilbert riddim, a killer Gregory on Xterminator 12, a total gem on Outernational 7” double-sided killer ‘Mama Africa’ with its outstanding organ version, well worth checking that. Outro on 2 big tunes ‘Earthquake’ (Ruxy) and Yami Bolo’s ‘It’s not surprising’ Stepper anthem

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Abbasani - Revelation time / Version
Furnace - Stay conscious / Version
Natural Mystic - Jah love so right / Version
Ijahman Levi - Earth no heaven / Version
Ansel (Meditations) - Vengeance / Version
Abbasani - Struggle goes on / Version
Prophets - Drought / Version
Wadada - Gi Mi De Wok (LP mix)
Wadada - Gilbert it hurts (7” mix)
Wadada - Gi Mi De Wok version (7” mix)
Gregory Isaacs & Bunny Rugs - Here comes Rudie / Version
Sugar Black - Mama Africa
Buck England - B3 in the house
Ruxy - Earthquake / version
Yami Bolo - It's not surprising / Version