Linton Kwesi Johnson - Forces Of Victory CD £2.49 (with voucher link) delivered at CDWow - HotUKDeals
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Great price for this awesome album; next cheapest I can find is £4.65 and up to £8.00

If Dread Beat An' Blood brought Johnson and initial flush of notoriety, then Forces of Victory was the record that cemented his growing reputation as a major talent. Bovell and the Dub Band swing hard on this set, especially on the album's opening track "Want Fi Goh Rave." This contains some of Johnson's most memorable songs/poems, such as the heartfelt prison saga "Sonny's Lettah" and the confrontational "Fite Dem Back," which he delivers in his trademark sing-song Jamaican patois. Dramatic and intense to the point of claustrophobia, Forces of Victory is not simply one of the most important reggae records of its time, it's one of the most important reggae records ever recorded. John Dougan.

1. Want Fi Goh Rave
2. It Noh Funny
3. Sonny's Lettah
4. Independent Intavenshan
5. Fite Dem Back
6. Reality Poem
7. Forces Of Viktry
8. Time Come
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Nice one Andy. :thumbsup:
I still have this on vinyl along with another two of his and all in immaculate condition. Two of the three are excellent albums.
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anglo
Nice one Andy. :thumbsup:
I still have this on vinyl along with another two of his and all in immaculate condition. Two of the three are excellent albums.


In Dub ? That was a great album :thumbsup:
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wombourne;7558911
In Dub ? That was a great album :thumbsup:

The other two I have are "Bass Culture" & and after a few years away he came back with "Making History". :)

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