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RAS Records (#3252)

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Produced by Clive Hunt & Joseph Hill
Recorded at Tuff Gong,Mixing Lab & Selietion
Mixed at Mixing Lab by Lynford "Fatta" Marshall
Mastered by Jim Fox at Lion & Fox Studio
Released: February, 2000
Track List:
  1. Payday
  2. Legalization
  3. Share The Riches
  4. Hav E Hav E
  5. Do Something For Yourself
  6. Election
  7. Where The Tree Falls
  8. Good Times
  9. War In Sierra Leone
  10. Cape Coast To JA
  11. Chicken Titty
  12. The Boss

Drums: Phanso
Bass: Blen Browne
Keyboards: Christopher Birch, Clive Hunt
Guitars: Wayne Armond, Dwight Pinkney &
               Andrew Simpson
Percussions: Harry T, Joseph Hill, Sticky
Harmonica: Paul Davidson
Horns: Nambo, Chico Green, Bobby Ellis,
             Barry Barley, Everton Gale
Additional Harmonies: Pany Hall, Suzette
                               Bertram, Deborah Powell

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Culture strides into top form with the release of his newest album Payday on the RAS Records label, his finest release is many years.  Packed with potent lyrics, Joseph Hill reveals the evils of Babylon and it's politricks on songs like 'Election' and 'The Boss'. Accompanied by Dwight Pickney, Glenn Brown and many of Jamaica's other finest musical talents, Payday delves deeply into Mr. Hill's spirituality with tunes such as 'Do Something For Yourself', 'Legalization' and the title track. Albert Walker, Pam Hall and others lend their soothing voices to Payday which Ireggae believes is most worthy of a grammy nomination.

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