Alexander Minto Hughes (2 May 1945 – 13 March 1998), better known as Judge Dread, was an English reggae and ska musician. He was the first white recording artist to have a reggae hit in Jamaica, and the BBC has banned more of his songs than those of any other recording artist, because of his frequent use of sexual innuendo and double entendres.
The Legendary Judge Dread - Студийный альбом от Judge Dread. В альбом вошло 32 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:37:14. Jamaica Jerk Off. 04:05. Bring Back the Skins. The Winkle Man. 02:56.
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Listen to music from Judge Dread like Big Seven, Bring Back the Skins & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Judge Dread. Born in Kent, Judge Dread was the first White British recording artist to get a reggae hit in Jamaica. He got his stage name from a Prince Buster song, and his first hits were inspired by Prince Buster's single, "Big Five".
Track nine, which followed the same format as its brethren, oddly didn't, but the selector threw it in regardless, along with the equally delightful "Big One," the grand finale of Dread's 1974 Working Class 'Ero album. The marching band-goes-dub "Dread Rock" comes courtesy of the DJ's fourth album Last of the Skinheads, and the aptly titled "Rudeness Train" from his third, Bedtime Stories