• Tenor Saw – Tenor Saw - Ring The Alarm
    • Tenor Saw – Nardo Ranks - Skin Out
    • 1. Tenor Saw - Ring The Alarm
    • 2. Nardo Ranks - Skin Out
    • 3. Stalag Version

    All-time classic dancehall bomb on a fat 12" pressing !

    On the mighty Stalag Rhythm, with nardo ranks 'skin out' + the instrumental on the B side

    Other Releases by Tenor Saw

    Tenor SawGolden Hen / Golden DubUptempo Records
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    Tenor SawJah Guide And Protect MeTenor Saw
    Top dancehall tune from the late Tenor Saw on a remake of an old Studio 1 rhythm.
    • – Jah Guide And Protect Me
    Tenor SawFever (1985)Ras
     Originally released in 1985, hit after hit, including his first record "Roll Call". Also tunes like "Lots Of Sign", "Pumpkin Belly", "Run Come...
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