St. Cal ‎– Red Light / Little Man

Soul:r ‎– SOULR014
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Red Light
Written By – D. Lee
B Little Man

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Track A:
Contains sampled elements from 'Assassin Dub' and
'King Tubby's Borderline Dub' by King Tubby (P) 1975 Creole
Records. Licensed courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group Limited

Made in the E.U.

Published by Westbury Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 55472 1A SOUL:R 014 Stu.
  • Matrix / Runout: 55472 1B SOUL:R 014

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOUL:R 014 St. Cal Red Light / Little Man(12", W/Lbl, Promo) Soul:r SOUL:R 014 UK 2004 Sell This Version


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August 21, 2017
A true true classic, remember when I was sitting in my room and someone on Rude FM dropped this on promo (yes, promo) the early releases at BM Soho many missed out on in those days. Never heard the phone line go off so many times for a rewind soon as those Jah horns hit the speaker.

Marcus and crew weren't afraid of the dub vibes at all; RIP to Marcus, this label was my school into the mature sound of DnB with flavours right up my street coming from African Caribbean parentage. Bless Marcus and ST.Cal


May 17, 2016

Red Light has one of the best Bass drops ever in a modern D&B tune. As for that beat, it has such a swing / grove its just sublime. I defy a party not to go off when this one is slamming.


September 3, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

red light one hellva dubby roller! must have! 5/5


October 30, 2012
Many of my older afro/carribean friends used to say tell me 'man that music you listen to is too fast to dance with the ladies, no soul, no fire! - gimme the ragga dancehall any day.' a rye smile on my face, tunes like Red Light would find there way onto the 1210s and them mans face was red arrrrrrrrright now!

the MiStIcAl team and SOULr forever bless!