Playlist: July 3, 2004

CHANT DOWN BABYLON with Jesse I 106.7 PBS-FM > Melbourne, Australia July 3 > 2004 The annual PBS Radio Festival. To coincide with the 25th anniversary of PBS, the theme this year was "25 Years To Life", looking at the subject of crime. For Chant Down Babylon, I decided to look at the topic of crime and corruption within reggae music, and Rastafari's judgement on the crimes of the "bigger heads" and babylonians. Thanks to the more than 100 people who subscribed and directly showed support for independant community radio! BOB MARLEY - Babylon System (Songs of Freedom: Island) PETER TOSH - Equal Rights (Equal Rights: CBS) PETER TOSH - Mark of the Beast (Honorary Citizen: Columbia) ISRAEL VIBRATION - Licks and Kicks (Power of the Trinity: Ras) BUNNY WAILER - Fighting Against Conviction (Blackheart Man: Island) PRINCE FARI - Ghetto Living (Black Man Land: Virgin) THE WAILERS - Burnin and Lootin (Songs of Freedom: Island) MAX ROMEO - Revelation Time (Open The Iron Gate: Blood and Fire) JR MURVIN - Police and Thieves (Police and Thieves: Island) JOHN HOLT - Police In Helicopter (Police In Helicopter: Volcano) LINTON KWESI JOHNSON - Sonny's Lettah (Forces of Victory: Island) MIDNITE - White Collar Criminal (Jubilees of Zion: Afrikan Roots Lab) DEZARIE - Law For the Outlaw (Gracious Mama Africa: Afrikan Roots Lab) BERES HAMMOND, BUNNY RUGS, CAPLETON - No Crime (In Control: Elektra) ANTHONY B - Crime Stop (Kings of Kings: Equal Rights) ANTHONY B - Fire Pon Rome (Real Revolutionary: Star Trail) ANTHONY B - Not Guilty (Energy 7") LUTAN FYAH - 16 Years To Life JR GONG - More Justice (Halfway Tree: Motown) JR REID - Crime Monster (Platinum Reggae: Artists Only) JAH CURE - Ghetto Life (Ghetto Life: Harmony House)