Caveman ‎– Positive Reaction

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A1 Troglodyte History 1:40
A2 Victory (Remix) 5:00
A3 Positive Reaction 4:35
A4 Cool (Cos I Don't Get Upset) 4:30
A5 Pages And Pages 5:24
A6 Fry You Like Fish (Jazz Remix) 4:24
B1 I'm Ready
Bass, Rhythm Guitar – Roger Benou
4:04
B2 Caught Up 5:20
B3 You Can't Take It 5:23
B4 Desmond 3:55
B5 The Dope Department 5:07

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All songs published by Protoons Music Ltd.
Recorded and mixed at Monroe Studios.

℗ & © 1991 Profile Records Ltd.
Made in England.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FILECT 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(Cass, Album, M/Print) Profile Records FILECT 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version
FILECT 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(Cass, Album) Profile Records FILECT 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version
FILECD 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(CD, Album) Profile Records FILECD 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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North_London_Fiya

North_London_Fiya

December 13, 2013
A great debut Lp considering how young they were when it came out. Only would knock off a star for the fact that MCM rapped yankee, but i could live with that (would have been so much better in his natural voice though). The principles production was BIG he could stand with a lot of the US guys at the time, didn't suffer from the sound quality problems of a lot of UK stuff released at the same time.
MCM Is still rapping and The Principle found religion and apparantly destroyed all his records....a true waste of talent. If you believe in a god i'm sure that music is the last thing he/she/it would dissaprove of. What a shame.
lurcherjupiter

lurcherjupiter

February 2, 2012
I've been into rap since good old Kurtis Blow days... This band STANDOUT. My vinyl copies have grooves worn so deep, almost subterranean... Can't rate Caveman highly enough. If only I had deeper pockets would be buying cd copies. Never understood why they didn't break bigger. Probably because unlike the gangsta prats they actually have something constructive to say rather than obsessed by bullets and which bit of anatomy to hump next. Oh for more articulate guys like this that use their brain rather than the contents of their underpants...
Onekoz

Onekoz

July 4, 2011
The beat & saxophone coming from "Kool & the Gang - N.T" album LIVE AT P.J.'s