History Music / JudgeDread

2nd Oct '15 12:55:49 PM MarkLungo
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* HiddenDepths: Wrote "A Child's Prayer" for Elvis Presley. Elvis died before the song was recorded. * RefugeInAudacity: Number of hit singles in the UK? 11. Number of songs banned from BBC Radio? 11. * SmallReferencePools: Judge Dread has nothing to do with the helmeted crime-fighter of Mega-City One. The name was taken from the title of a PrinceBuster song, which was in turn named for a notorious Jamaican HangingJudge.
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* HiddenDepths: Wrote "A Child's Prayer" for Elvis Presley.Music/ElvisPresley. Elvis died before the song was recorded. * RefugeInAudacity: Number of hit singles in the UK? 11. Number of songs banned from [[Creator/TheBBC BBC Radio? Radio]]? 11. * SmallReferencePools: Judge Dread has nothing to do with the helmeted crime-fighter of Mega-City One. The name was taken from the title of a PrinceBuster Music/PrinceBuster song, which was in turn named for a notorious Jamaican HangingJudge.
11th Oct '14 12:15:44 PM Morgenthaler
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If you're looking for the crime-fighter from a dystopic future, see JudgeDredd.
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If you're looking for the crime-fighter from a dystopic future, see JudgeDredd.''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''.
17th Apr '13 8:48:04 AM Kinitawowi
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actually, none of them were number ones; top ten a couple of times, though
Judge Dread is the stage name of Alexander Minto Hughes, one of the first influential white reggae artists. Often, and sadly, dismissed as a pure novelty act, Judge Dread had 11 #1 hit singles in the UK, and was the first white reggae singer to have a #1 hit in Jamaica. Judge Dread was famous for nearly ridiculously innuendo-laden lyrics. Hughes died on 13 March 1998, stepping off stage at a concert in Canterbury. His last words were: "Let's hear it for the band!"
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Judge Dread is the stage name of Alexander Minto Hughes, one of the first influential white reggae artists. Often, and sadly, dismissed as a pure novelty act, Judge Dread had 11 #1 hit singles in the UK, and was the first white reggae singer to have a #1 hit in Jamaica. Judge Dread was famous for nearly ridiculously innuendo-laden lyrics. Hughes died on 13 March 1998, stepping off stage at a concert in Canterbury. His last words were: "Let's hear it for the band!"

* RefugeInAudacity: Number of #1 hit singles in the UK? 11. Number of songs banned from BBC Radio? 11.
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* RefugeInAudacity: Number of #1 hit singles in the UK? 11. Number of songs banned from BBC Radio? 11.
22nd Feb '13 5:38:44 AM Divra
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* SmallReferencePools: Judge Dread has nothing to do with the helmeted crime-fighter of Mega-City One. The name was taken from the title of a PrinceBuster song.
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* SmallReferencePools: Judge Dread has nothing to do with the helmeted crime-fighter of Mega-City One. The name was taken from the title of a PrinceBuster song.song, which was in turn named for a notorious Jamaican HangingJudge.
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