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Mighty Diamonds*Ice On Fire

Label:Virgin – V2078, Virgin – V 2078
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Reggae
Style:Reggae

Tracklist

A1Country Living
Written-ByL. Creed*, T. Bell*
3:38
A2You Are Just A Song
Written-ByA. Toussaint*
2:59
A3If I Should Leave You
Written-ByF. Simpson*
3:43
A4Tonight
Written-ByD. Shaw*, F. Simpson*
4:21
A5Coming Through
Written-ByF. Simpson*, L. Ferguson*
2:51
A6Get Out Of My Life Woman
Written-ByA. Toussaint*
3:20
B1Sneakin Sally Through The Alley
Written-ByA. Toussaint*
2:50
B2Little Angel
Written-ByFrankie Miller
3:22
B3Cat-O-Nine
Written-ByD. Shaw*, F. Simpson*, L. Ferguson*
3:46
B4Back Weh Mafia
Written-ByD. Shaw*, F. Simpson*, L. Ferguson*
3:35
B5Whole Wide World
Written-ByD. Shaw*, F. Simpson*, L. Ferguson*
3:46
B6Tracks Of My Tears
Written-ByTarplin*, Robinson*, Moore*
3:07
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched & stamped): V-2078-A-3 A PORKY PRIME CUT ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched & stamped): V-2078-B-3 ⋀ BILBO.MASTER ROOM.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Ice On Fire (LP, Album)VirginPZ 34454US1977
New Submission
Ice On Fire (LP, Album, Promo)VirginPZ 34454US1977
New Submission
Ice On Fire (LP, Album)Virgin2933731France1977
New Submission
Ice On Fire (LP, Album)VirginV 2078New Zealand1979
Ice On Fire (LP, Reissue)Caroline RecordsCAR49920US2000

Reviews

styxmartinfan's profile picture
styxmartinfan
I love this album. I am not a hard core reggae fan so I guess that is why I like it. I would give pop reggae a thumbs up. Sneakin Sally Thru the Alley, is my favorite version of that song.
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DonCanistah
This album is one of the worst reggae album I've heard from the seventies, especially from The Mighty Diamonds! I saw them live more then one year ago on a slovakian reggae fest, I travelled half day for them and I wasn't impressed at all, since they played pop-reggae, with some barbecue flavour, well, this album represents this low quality...
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StayAtOhm
Edited 2 years ago
Couldn't have more of a different opinion than below. Even Toussaint production couldn't turn this one. Certainly there was a rash of Reggae artists making LPs that were intended to cross-over, so to speak. But for me, their first LP was great, this one is un-listenable. Sounds like the limpest pop-reggae I've ever heard, with production values that have no place in roots-reggae.
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brewdog1287
One of the best experimental reggae albums out there. The Diamonds take on the blues and the result is incredible. Top 10 favorite reggae albums of all time.