Mungo's Hi Fi
29 Shouts - 473,273 Scrobbles
Mungo's Hi-Fi are a dub reggae, dancehall and dubstep soundsystem in the original roots tradition based in Glasgow. Tom Tattersall, Douglas Paine and Craig Macleod debuted in 2001 with Wickedness feat Brother Culture on London’s Dubhead label, taking the dub world by storm and getting heavy plays from Jah Shaka and Iration Steppas. The group broke through into dubstep proper with the inclusion of the Mungo's HiFi track "Babylon" on Appleblim’s Dubstep Allstars: Vol.06 in late 2008.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Bike Rider - (4:00) - 2,035 plays
- Divorce a L'italienne (feat. Marina P) - (3:37) - 1,254 plays
- Did You Really Know - (1:00) - 1,437 plays
- Did You Really Know (feat. Soom T) - (3:51) - 1,154 plays
- Serious Time - 1,442 plays
- Herbalist - (1:00) - 773 plays
- Can't Stand It - (3:38) - 870 plays
- 31st Century Song - (4:01) - 870 plays
- Divorce à l'Italienne - (3:47) - 737 plays
- Thousand Style - (3:59) - 696 plays
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