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Errol Scorcher (born Errol Archer, 1956, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae deejay. Scorcher worked as a deejay on several sound systems from the early 1970s. Although his first single, "Leggo Mi Hand Babylon" was not a commercial success, he had several hits in the mid-1970s with tracks such as "Jolly Bus-Ting" and "Engineers Affair". In 1978 his profile was raised further by his "Peace Truce" single, which celebrated the armistice between rival political factions that would culminate in the One Love Peace Concert.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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- Roach in the corner - (3:10) - 11 plays
- Wild Inna Eighty One Style - (3:58) - 31 plays
- Roach In De Corner Version - (3:40) - 4 plays
- Rockers hat - (3:17) - 4 plays
- Nowadays Style - (3:25) - 9 plays
- Frog In A Water - (3:10) - 5 plays
- dance all style - (3:07) - 2 plays
- Dance hall style - (3:07) - 5 plays
- Roach in a da Corner - (3:55) - 3 plays