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Bang Bang - Neville Staple - Return Of Judge Roughneck (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Bang Bang - Neville Staple - Return Of Judge Roughneck (CD, Album) ”

  1. The title track 'Return of Judge Roughneck' opens proceedings with a jaunty organ and brass sound that takes me straight back to the height of 's British 2Tone revolution. It's smooth despite the repeated refrain "Rougher than rough/Tougher than tough", and gets straight under your skin in a way that makes you want to dust off your tonic suit and start dancing.
  2. In , Neville formed  The Neville Staple Band, releasing the critically acclaimed album ‘The Rude Boy Returns’, with contributions from Clash guitarist Mick Jones and Damned drummer Rat Scabies, with Flipron’s Joe Atkinson on organ. The group also featured former .
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  5. Neville Staple – Return Of Judge Roughneck (Cleopatra Records) and what you get is a thoroughly enjoyable album from start to finish. Amusingly, ‘Bang Bang‘ reminds me of Musical Youth, but that isn’t a criticism. Rather, it is meant to reflect the sometimes innocent charm of the album as a whole.
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  7. Let’s not get fussy here just because it’s the 21st Century because this album is straight out of the ’80’s with a time travelling bang and the opener Return Of Judge Roughneck is a serious dancehall classic. The horns, the dub delay, the toasting, it all flows together in .
  8. Neville Staple Return of Judge Roughneck (CD/2 x LP, Cleopatra Records, ): When I first put on Neville Staple's new record (after first seeing it on Chuck Wren's FB feed) and heard the opening notes of "Gangsters"/"Al Capone" in "Return of Judge Roughneck" (referencing his "Stupid Marriage" persona, natch), I braced myself for an album trading heavily on 2 Tone/Specials nostalgia (even note t he use .

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