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Rare & Fatty


Download links and information about Rare & Fatty by Bad Manners. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to New Wave, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 43:18 minutes.

Artist: Bad Manners
Release date: 1999
Genre: New Wave, Reggae, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 43:18
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No. Title Length
1. Paranoid 3:00
2. Devil's Dub 2:38
3. Tighten Up 2:41
4. Jezebel 3:35
5. Elizabethan Reggae (Original Version) 2:06
6. Boots 2:37
7. Double Barrel 2:43
8. Are You Monster 3:28
9. Why Wait 2:41
10. Help Me 2:48
11. Shakin' Up (Downing Street) 2:50
12. When Will I See You Again_ 2:25
13. Night Bus To Dalston (Original Version) 2:12
14. That'll Do Nicely (Rare Mix) 4:16
15. Truckin' 2:15
16. Nuthin' Sweeter 1:03



Bad Manners is the only 2-Tone band left — the only group from the original British ska revival that never broke up, never stopped touring, and never stopped making great music. Rare & Fatty is a collection of previously unreleased demos, outtakes, and remixes, most (but not all) of them recorded fairly terribly but all of them infused with that gleeful, good-natured yobbishness that informs every Bad Manners record. Included are a fine version of the classic rocksteady instrumental "Double Barrel," and a remix of the epochal "That'll Do Nicely," and a song called "Paranoid" that has nothing to do with Black Sabbath. There's also a weird and wonderful reggae tune called "Are You Monster," a weird and... well, just weird reggae instrumental called "Elizabethan Reggae," and ten more. A must for fans, but newcomers might want to start with something a bit more well-produced.