Prince Buster & The Allstars* ‎– Queen Of The Outlaws

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Fab ‎– BBLP 822
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Tracklist

A1 Gun The Man Down
A2 The Baddest
A3 Cincinnati Kid
A4 The Sermon
A5 Al Capone
A6 Any More
B1 Happy Reggae
B2 Hold Them
B3 The Outlaw
B4 Burke's Law
B5 Fever
B6 Phoenix City

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Notes

Title on front cover: "Wanted By The Public The Outlaw Sung By Prince Buster"
On back cover "The Outlaw Sung By Prince Buster"
On the labels: "Queen Of The Outlaws Prince Buster & the All Stars".

(P. 1964-1969).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 822A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 822B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BBLP 822 Prince Buster The Outlaw(LP, Album, RP) Prince Buster BBLP 822 Jamaica Unknown Sell This Version
BBLP 822 Prince Buster & The Allstars* The Outlaw(LP, Album) Prince Buster BBLP 822 US Unknown Sell This Version

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Toppatopsounds

Toppatopsounds

December 20, 2017
edited 6 months ago

To me this is one of the weaker albums by Prince Buster, the ska is somewhat uninspired "easy-listening" and the reggae tunes do not work very well. The chorusses suck. Compare the versions of "Cincinnati Kid" or "Gun The Man Down" with the original ska-recordings or Buster's cuts of "Any More" and (especially) "Hold Them" with John Holt's or Roy Shirley's versions.
Hot-Buttered-Dub

Hot-Buttered-Dub

June 11, 2017
edited 10 months ago
What are the rocksteady tunes on this album? I can hear some slower (and tamer) cuts of Buster ska classics and a lot of early reggae. But what about rocksteady? There is none.