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Mirror In The Bathroom - International Beat / The Selecter - Ska! (CD)

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  1. Mirror in the Bathroom - International Beat 3. Ne-ne Na-na Na-na Nu-nu - Bad Manners 4. Limehouse Lady - The Originals I Love Ska and was bought this CD box. Its a mess of bad live tracks, covers by 2nd rate 2nd wave british ska bands like selecter etc and Im afraid to say I have Ska EPs with more great tracks than this Triple CD. Yes That 4/5(3).
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  4. The Big Ska Box, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Emporio (catalog no. EMTBX; CD). Genres: 2 Tone, Ska.
  5. Ruder Than You: The Best of British Ska is one of those Trojan cash-in compilations that does no one any good. This track compilation includes five tracks each from Special Beat, the Selecter, and the Specials-- three interrelated petherronestdetigoodreleveamarmeo.xyzinfo only is it a limited and unrepresentative look at British ska, but the selections are also unrepresentative of each of the three bands.
  6. “Mirror in the Bathroom” was the second single by UK ska/new wave band The Beat (known in America as The English Beat), released in on the group’s own independent label Go-Feet Records.
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  8. Their contributions to The 2 Tone Story include the stop-go dance number "Ranking Full Stop" and a live version of the dark "Mirror in the Bathroom," featuring the ska legend Saxa on saxophone.

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