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Saturday, June 12, 2010

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Are you a reggae music fan? What do you know about this genre music? if you are oblivious of its roots then let me enlighten you that reggae got its roots from Jamaica in the late 60's. Later innovative styles and effects were being incorporated and experimented with, to arrange what is called reggae today.

Now i'm sure if there is a special offer that benefits and helps you save on your music purchases, you may want to grab it at the earliest, lest you might miss the chance! "Reggae Summer" MP3 album is being sold on for $3.99, and this offer is available for only one day! Today is that day which is Saturday June 12, 2010 so remember to hurry to the store and make your purchase immediately. You can also purchase music by the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Beatles and todays hottest Reggae groups too.

If you wish to hear the sound tracks before purchasing from the store, you can very well play all the samples mentioned in the list below.

Track List-(performed by) :

Start Me Up-Toots And The Maytals
Change Is Gonna Come-Sugar Black,Lehbanchleh
You Can't Always Get What You Want-Steel Pulse
Don't Think Twice It's All Right-Reggae Rockers,Bradley
Knocking On Heaven's Door-Judy Mowatt
Red Red Wine -Gregory Isaacs
With A Little Help From My Friends-Ellis Island
Hotel California-Edi Fitzroy/Bigga Star
Sara Smile-Big Mountain
Let It Be-Fiona
Mighty Quinn-Reggae Rockers, Bradley Brown
We Can Work It Out-Steel Pulse
Fly Like An Eagle-Sugar Black
Fiftyninth Street Bridge Song-Sugar Minott
Blowing In The Wind-The Abyssinians
Satisfaction-The Heptones
I Heard It Through The Grapevine-Toots And The Maytals
Maggie May-Wayne Armond
Jumping Jack Flash-Sugar Black

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