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Street Feeling


Download links and information about Street Feeling by The Selecter. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Reggae, Pop, Ska genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 01:54:58 minutes.

Artist: The Selecter
Release date: 2005
Genre: Reggae, Pop, Ska
Tracks: 34
Duration: 01:54:58
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No. Title Length
1. Johnny Too Bad 3:25
2. Barb Wire 2:14
3. Monkey Spanner 2:54
4. Shocks of Mighty 3:02
5. Reggae In Your Jeggae 3:34
6. Let Your Yeah Be Yeah 3:12
7. Them Laugh and a Kiki 3:05
8. Herbsman Shuffle 2:56
9. Elizabeth Serenade 2:46
10. Cherry Oh Baby 3:10
11. Tide Is High 2:42
12. 007 (Shanty Town) 2:57
13. Pressure Drop 2:24
14. Tighten Up 3:46
15. The Whip 4:13
16. Sufferer 2:55
17. What a Botheration 3:08
18. Missing Words (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 4:09
19. Street Feeling (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 2:58
20. James Bond (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 2:42
21. Everyday (Time Hard) [Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK] 2:57
22. Carry Go Bring Come (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 3:32
23. My Sweet Collie (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 4:08
24. Celebrate the Bullet (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 3:49
25. Train to Skaville (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 4:30
26. Three Minute Hero (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 2:54
27. Out On the Streets Again (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 3:44
28. The Selecter (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 4:27
29. Too Much Pressure (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 4:44
30. On My Radio (Live At Tic Toc Club, Coventry, UK) 3:42
31. Double Barrel (Live) 3:03
32. Al Capone (Live) 4:03
33. Madness (Live) 3:37
34. Rough Rider (Live) 3:36



Like most acts signed to the Trojan/Receiver group of labels, the Selecter have been undermined by a ridiculous amount of live album reissues/repackages and "best-of" releases that really aren't. Since the ever-growing Sanctuary family swallowed up the dodgy labels, things have gotten a little better, but some bad old habits remain. Shame because Street Feeling is just about the best collection you can get of the Selecter's later years, when the ska revival band wasn't nearly as vital, but still driven, still fun. The bummer is the outside packaging, which doesn't give up the fact that the live album, Out on the Streets from 1992, is included in total, and disc one is totally sourced from the band's three-volume Trojan Songbook tribute. That's not a bad deal at all, but longtime fans run the risk of unknowingly repeating tracks and deserve a bit more guidance. Once you've broken the seal, the liner notes give up the sources — something the old Trojan/Receiver would rarely do — and tells the story of the Selecter pretty well. Disc one's collection of reggae chestnuts could use a better running order, but a simple push of the "shuffle" button should correct Sanctuary's tendency to put like-tempo numbers together. "Pressure Drop" sounds too mannered but everything else is lively. Lee "Scratch" Perry's "Shocks of Mighty" really catches fire and both "Johnny Too Bad" and "Herbsman Shuffle" drip out of the speakers with an unexpected deepness. The underrated Out on the Streets runs in order on the second disc with the band able to rattle off their hits with the same giddy exuberance found on their early recordings. The last four tracks come from lesser live albums and focus on guest spots from reggae greats Dave Barker and Prince Buster. Buster's version of "Madness" is the only tight track in the bunch, but this sloppier, druggier Selecter is at least interesting, and you don't have to buy the dreadful I Want Justice: Live to experience it. Don't pass up either of the first two albums for this, but if you've got 'em, Street Feeling pulls together all the post-heyday Selecter you need.