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Performer: Swing-A-Ling Sound System
Title: Swing-A-Ling Sound System Volume One
Country: Sweden
Released: 1992
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 596
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Swing-A-Ling Sound System ‎– Dangerous. Label: BCM Records ‎– MS 050-555195 SPV. Format: Vinyl, 12". Country: Germany. From the forthcoming album "Swing-A-Ling Sound System Volume One" Remix produced by The Crazy People (track(s) concerned not mentioned). Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.

Listen to music from Swing-A-Ling Sound System like Dangerous - feat. Papa Dee & ADL, Dangerous & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Swing-A-Ling Sound System.

Swing A Ling Sound System Feat Sly Lion. Swing-A-Ling Sound System Drum & Bass. Swing-A-Ling Sound System feat. Sly & Lion Drum & Bass.

Swing-A-Ling Sound System feat. ADL, Papa Dee Dangerous. Daddy Boastin Newspaper Says So. (play).

Swing-A-Ling Sound System. Telegram Records StockholmTM-22. Swing-A-Ling Sound System.

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SWING A LING added a new photo to the album: Sound Systems. May 7 ·. 05/05/18 swing a ling sound system & yaga yaga sound system. May 6 ·. Grazie a tutti!!!!. Noi torniamo DOMENICA 10 GIUGNO sempre al TEMPIO del FUTURO PERDUTO sempre con il SWING A LING SOUND SYSTEM!! ONE LOVE!!

Swing-A-Ling Sound System: Drum & Bass, Aids Warning, Newspaper Says So и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.


Jah Lion Sly* Drum & Bass
Daddy Boastin Newspaper Says So
ADL Papa Dee Dangerous
Daddy Boastin Aids Warning
Isust Reggae Down On Me
Sly* Right Time
Dennis* Daddy Boastin Out Of Love / Maximum
Rudy Slammin Body
Jah Lion Sly* Heartical Vibes


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TCD-17 Swing-A-Ling Sound System Swing-A-Ling Sound System Volume One ‎(CD, Album) Telegram Records Stockholm TCD-17 Sweden 1992
TLP-17 Swing-A-Ling Sound System Swing-A-Ling Sound System Volume One ‎(LP, Album) Telegram Records Stockholm TLP-17 Sweden 1992

Reviews (1)
The popularity of Reggae in Sweden may have exploded in recent years compared to what it used to be and there’s no lack of talent among local acts. Unfortunately it does not seem to be much support for local releases. This have however not stopped the albums from coming, Swedish artists have dropped titles since way back in the 70ies when veterans like native “Peps Person” and immigrants like “Tony “Babatunde” Ellis” entered the scene.This is the first of several reviews where i take a look at some Swedish releases that’s dropped through the years. I start whit one of my own favorites, the compilation “Swing-a-ling Soundsystem Volume One” which dropped in 92 when i took my first stumbling steps as a fan. It features some of the biggest names of the scene at that time, some who are still active and even at least one minor hit who managed to receive Tv exposure. Whit that being said, the main thing this album did for me was to introduce me to “Daddy Boastin”, the comedian of Swedish reggae. He has remained a favorite throughout the years and nowadays he’s mostly active as a part of Sweden’s premier soundsystem, “Trinity”.Starting things of is “Drum & bass” by “Lion/Sly”, an duo (I assume) I know little about, Lion has continued with soundsystems like “Meditative Sounds” but who and where Sly is i don’t know. I remember I really liked this song but im not 100% sure that it has held up all that good, it’s still nice but i notice it’s flaws way more now. To start of i’d say it’s a fast song whit drums that feels flimsy and artificial. It owes a lot to the current, commercial club sound of the time, good? Yes but not the masterpiece i remember it to be. Right after it comes “Newspaper say so”, a vintage “Daddy Boastin” cut about current events and the news medias reporting. While i love the goofy, humorous image he has nowadays it’s nice to hear him on a more serious note. One can tell he has more intellectual capacity than what he’s usually showcasing. Also, his trademark rough voice is not present, he sounds smoother and more melodic than what he does now. Over all, this sounds good.I skip one song (whit the artist “Papa Dee”, which i never liked) and we get to a “Daddy Boastin” cut, “Aids warning” which is one of my favorites on here. While having serious lyrics on how you gotta protect yourself and wear condoms this is a party track with a bubbly beat and a infectious (pun intended, lol) harmonica loop. This would work just as well on the dance floor now as it did then. After this comes “Reggae down on me” by “Isust”, a lighthearted crossover track who gained radio play and Tv exposure when it came. Not bad, melodic with Saxophones and real instruments but to “urban contemporary” for my taste. He have been active in various constellations through the years and is still recording.More suited for sweaty bodies on a dance floor is “Slammin body” by “Rudy”, another artist I know nothing about and never heard outside of this compilation. He is doing a good job and toasts well. I want to get out of my chair and start dancing when hearing this, the lyrics do what they where set out to but will not impress (then again, that prob. wasn’t the intention). It’s a short album with only 9 tracks so next up is the last song, “Heartical vibes”, another track by “Lion/Sly”. It’s about coming to Sweden (as an immigrant) and features a few Swedish phrases which makes u go, “hmm…… was that in Swedish? “. It’s a catchy, anthem like song and a great end to an good (if not perfect) album which deserves it’s place in the Swedish Reggae history. Just wish i knew more bout some of the artists though…..krikon at http://www.cosmichustlegroup.com

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