Album: Protest To The M1 EP (2011). Genre: Dub. Money online! Converting/Cutting. Download for free and listen to Max Romeo - Protest to the M1. We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below.
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The Coming of Jah: Max Romeo Anthology 1967-76. Wet Dream: Classic Reggae Collection. Protest To The M1 - Remixes. Raw Truth - The One Riddim Showcase. Ababa Janhoy Records.
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1947, St. D'Acre, St. James, Jamaica) is a reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country, and in the United Kingdom. At the time of release of his infamous "Wet Dream" in 1968, Romeo had already had several hits with the vocal trio the Emotions.
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List of reggae musicians. "Max Romeo Discography". Retrieved 12 April 2012. "Respect to the Max!", Jamaica Observer, 23 November 2014. Retrieved 23 November 2014. Thompson (2002) state 1947 as year of birth. Reconstruction is an album by Max Romeo, released in 1977. Shortly after recording critically acclaimed War ina Babylon, Max Romeo broke up with his producer Lee "Scratch" Perry on professional ground, what prompted him to self-produce his next album. Reconstruction did not match the success of its predecessor and in 1978 Romeo left Jamaica.
Chase the Devil" is a reggae song, recorded in 1976 by Max Romeo, with the backing of Lee "Scratch" Perry's house band, The Upsetters. Composed by Perry and Romeo, "Chase the Devil" was released on the album War ina Babylon in 1976. Also in 1976, The Upsetters recorded a version with different lyrics.