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Survival of the Fattest


Download links and information about Survival of the Fattest by Prince Fatty. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Reggae, Roots Reggae, World Music genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 42:50 minutes.

Artist: Prince Fatty
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Reggae, Roots Reggae, World Music
Tracks: 13
Duration: 42:50
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No. Title Length
1. Curious (feat. Little Roy) 3:33
2. The Fat Panther 3:10
3. Meltdown 3:14
4. Don't Give Up (feat. Little Roy) 2:32
5. Cow Foot and Gravy 3:15
6. Milk and Honey (feat. Hollie Cook) 3:42
7. Mr. Freeze 3:29
8. Scorpio 3:10
9. Big Man Cry (feat. Winston Francis) 3:09
10. Switch Blade 3:10
11. Milk and Honey In My Dub 3:30
12. The Death of Hercules (feat. Mutant Hi-Fi) 3:31
13. Gin and Juice 3:25



Prince Fatty is a precocious young British producer with a truly uncanny knack for re-creating the bubbling rhythms and warm analog textures of vintage roots reggae. Though he’s lent his talents as a recording engineer and producer to some of Britain’s biggest stars (including Graham Coxon and Lily Allen), he never sounds more comfortable than on his solo albums, where he channels the psychic energy and studio wizardry of giants like King Tubby, Scientist, and Keith Hudson. Survival of the Fattest is Fatty’s first proper solo effort, which finds the producer’s considerable talents augmented by guest spots from instrumental and vocal heavyweights. These include Stylie Scott, drummer for the legendary Roots Radics; Little Roy, who cut a series of earth-shatteringly profound roots tunes for the tiny Tafari label in the mid-‘70s; and Hollie Cook, a promising young singer who can deliver a lyric with the offhand assurance of the greatest of the rocksteady divas. The result is a remarkably consistent debut that sounds fresh and assured while paying respectful tribute to the golden age of Jamaican music.