Top Prince Buster Albums
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Ska and Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 11
Ska and Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 11
[2018]
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 10
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 10
[2018]
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 9
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 9
[2017]
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 8
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 8
[2017]
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 7
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 7
[2017]
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 5
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 5
[2017]
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 4
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 4
[2016]
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 3
Ska / RockSteady Collection, Vol. 3
[2016]
Pain in My Belly
Pain in My Belly
[2016]
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 2
Ska / Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 2
[2016]
Ska and Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 1
Ska and Rocksteady Collection, Vol. 1
[2016]
Sister Big Stuff
Sister Big Stuff
[2011]
King of Blue Beat
King of Blue Beat
[2009]
Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments
Sings His Hit Song Ten Commandments
[2009]
King of Ska
King of Ska
[2008]
Wreck a Pum Pum
Wreck a Pum Pum
[1976]
Dance Cleopatra Dance
Dance Cleopatra Dance
[1972]
The Message Dubwise
The Message Dubwise
[1972]
Big Five
Big Five
[1972]
The Outlaw
The Outlaw
[1969]
Tutti Frutti
Tutti Frutti
[1968]
Judge Dread
Judge Dread
[1967]
Prince Buster Record Shack Presents: The Original Golden Oldies, Vol. 1
Prince Buster Record Shack Presents: The Original Golden Oldies, Vol. 1
[1967]
What a Hard Man Fe Dead
What a Hard Man Fe Dead
[1967]
Ska Lip Soul
Ska Lip Soul
[1965]
Fly Flying Ska
Fly Flying Ska
[1964]
I Feel the Spirit
I Feel the Spirit
[1963]
Related Information for Prince Buster
Prince Buster (born Cecil Bustamente Campbell in Kingston, Jamaica, May 24, 1938) is a Jamaican singer, songwriter and producer. He also has the Muslim name Muhammed Yusef Ali. He is regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of ska and rocksteady music. The records he released in the 1960s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that later reggae and ska artists would draw upon.Born Cecil Bustamente Campbell on Orange Street in Kingston, Jamaica. His middle name was given to him by his family in honour of the Labour activist and first post-Independence Prime Minister William Alexander Clarke Bustamante. In the early 1940s Campbell was sent to live with his grandm... read more