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Super Cat - Don Dada album mp3
Dancehall,Ragga,Contemporary Reggae,Reggae-Pop
  • Performer:
    Super Cat
  • Title:
    Don Dada
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Dancehall,Ragga,Contemporary Reggae,Reggae-Pop
  • Date of release:
    May 12, 1992
  • Duration:
    48:09
  • Recording location:
    Greene St. Studio, NY
  • Size FLAC version
    1467 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1238 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1268 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    466
  • Formats:
    MOD ASF TTA DTS APE XM

Produced by Alliston Harpaugh, Robert Livingston & william Maragh for Wild Apache Productions. all songs written by William Maragh (Super Cat). all songs arrranged by Wild Apache Crew except "Ghetto Red Got" arranged by Steely & Cleevie & Wild Apache Crew.

Super Cat (2). Don Dada ‎(Cass, Album). Super Cat (2). Absolutely classic LP featuring several key jams of it's day (Them No Worry We, Ghetto Red Hot, Don Dada). Djs (like myself) would play records like along with hip-hop during it's heyday. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Watch the video for Don Dada from Super Cat's Don Dada for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Super Cat (born William Maragh in Kingston, Jamaica, 1966) is one of the originators of the late 80's and early 90's dancehall movement. View full artist profile.

as "that guy that talks fast in the Sugar Ray song"). The recurring ability of the songs to consistently provide a simple groove for Super Cat to fervently rap over the top of is amazing, and the virtuosity with which he can constantly provide the necessary vocal concoctions is noteworthy

as "that guy that talks fast in the Sugar Ray song"). The recurring ability of the songs to consistently provide a simple groove for Super Cat to fervently rap over the top of is amazing, and the virtuosity with which he can constantly provide the necessary vocal concoctions is noteworthy

Super Cat Format: Audio Cassette. If you like the Don Dada, dancehall and the hiphop flava of reggae, then this is a must have for any reggae music lover. Dem no worry we, of course, the best song,then follow that with Nuff Man A Dead,Don Dada and keep going until you work up a good sweat ina dancehall stylie,wind this one up if you dare

Credits

Rafael Allen - Drums, Instrumentation, Keyboards, Multi Instruments
Clive Brown - Arranger, Drums
Mark Brown - Engineer
Mark Stumpy Brown - Engineer
Cleveland "Clevie" Browne - Arranger, Drums
Joseph Cordo, Jr. - Photography
Fluxy - Multi Instruments
Dave Fluxy - Instrumentation
Syl Gordon - Mixing
Sylvester Gordon - Mixing
Dennis Halliburton - Engineer, Mixing, Multi Instruments
Solgie Hamilton - Mixing
Alliston Harpaul - Producer
Heavy D - Composer, Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals
Wycliffe "Steely" Johnson - Arranger, Bass, Keyboards
Tony Kelly - Mixing, Overdubs
David Kennedy - Engineer
Robert Livingston - Mixing, Producer
Leroy Mafia - Instrumentation
William Maragh - Composer, Producer
Tony McDermott - Design
Michael McDonald - Engineer
George "Dusty" Miller - Drums
Frankie Paul - Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals
Phillip Smart - Engineer, Mixing
Trevor Sparks - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Steely & Clevie - Guest Artist
Super Cat - Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Vocals
Danny Thompson - Bass, Keyboards
Wild Apache Productions - Arranger
Paul Jazzwad Yebuah - Instrumentation, Multi Instruments

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Them No Worry Me Super Cat feat: Heavy D 4:01
2 Ghetto Red Hot William Maragh Super Cat 3:51
3 Them No Care William Maragh Super Cat 3:35
4 Dolly My Baby William Maragh / Trevor Sparks Super Cat feat: Trevor Sparks 3:30
5 Don't Test William Maragh Super Cat 3:59
6 Don Dada William Maragh Super Cat 3:25
7 Think Me Come Fi Play Super Cat 3:34
8 Big and Ready Heavy D Super Cat feat: Heavy D / Frankie Paul 3:52
9 Coke Don Super Cat 3:30
10 Nuff Man a Dead William Maragh Super Cat 3:33
11 Oh It's You Super Cat 3:49
12 Fight Fi Power Super Cat 3:35
13 Yush Talk Super Cat 3:55