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Admiral Bailey (b. Glendon Bailey) was born in the Kingston 12 ghetto of Waterhouse. He started deejaying for U Roy's Sturgav Sound System but was persuaded by Josey Wales in 1986 to join King Jammy's. His earlier hits included tracks such as "One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer" (with Chaka Demus), "Ballot Box" (with Josey Wales) and "Politician". It was however one year later with the song "Punany" that put the Admiral among the reggae superstars. The song was banned because of its slack lyrics but, a re-recording called "Healthy Body" soon followed from the Admiral.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Big Belly Man - (3:04) - 618 plays
- Jump Up - (3:51) - 349 plays
- Punnany - (3:21) - 314 plays
- Punanny - (3:38) - 252 plays
- Politician - (3:30) - 256 plays
- No Where No Better Than Yard - (3:51) - 205 plays
- Healthy Body - (3:35) - 127 plays
- Think Me Did Done - (3:05) - 101 plays
- Com Pon Top - (3:44) - 73 plays
- Horse Tonic - (3:10) - 89 plays