Rebel MC ‎– Black Meaning Good

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Black Meaning Good
Keep On Steppin
No Man Is An Island
Soul Rebel
Word Of The Ghetto
Afrikan
Culture
The Wickedest Sound
Live Good
Tribal Base
Comin' On Strong
Soul Sister
Test The Champion

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
849 662-1 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(LP, Album) Desire Records 849 662-1 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
LUVCD 12, LUVCD12 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(CD, Album) Desire Records, Desire Records LUVCD 12, LUVCD12 UK 1991 Sell This Version
POCP-1138 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(CD, Album) Polydor POCP-1138 Japan 1991 Sell This Version
849 662-2 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(CD, Album) Desire Records 849 662-2 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
LUVMC 12 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(Cass, Album) Desire Records LUVMC 12 UK 1991 Sell This Version
849 662 4 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(Cass, Album) Desire Records 849 662 4 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
LUVLP 12 Rebel MC Black Meaning Good(LP, Album) Desire Records LUVLP 12 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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undercover1

undercover1

April 7, 2013
referencing Black Meaning Good, LP, Album, 849 662-1
Loved this LP, no one quite creates such a melting pot as the Rebel MC. Little T on this album is not Natasja Saad, rather Anthony Robinson aka Tubby T.
philbeard

philbeard

August 21, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Black Meaning Good, CD, Album, LUVCD 12, LUVCD12

Highly creative and forward-thinking album from the guy who didn't really want to be a pop star (even when his hit was as joyous as "Street Tuff"!). Another one somewhat sidelined for years whilst UK hip hop looked to go as earnest & purist as possible, and although the themes are highly interesting, I have to admit that some of the lyrics haven't aged well. This is more than made up for though by the reggaefied proto-junglist backing tracks, with input from people like DJ Ron and a host of credible reggae guests. Felt like people just didn't get it at the time, but he got his audience in the end as ragga jungle went worldwide and he rightly got locked onto as one of the kings of it.