Action Riddim - Released in 1990s


Beres Hammond - No More Pain
Buju Banton and Carol Gunzalez - Second Class
Buju Banton - Informer Fi Dead
Buju Banton - Love How Di Gal
Buju Banton and Nadine Sutherland - No Second Class Love
Buju Banton and Nadine Sutherland - Action
Buju Banton and Nadine Sutherland - Wicked Dickie
Louie Culture and Wayne Wonder - Live and Learn
Daddy Screw - Model Pon You
Don Youth - She Gone
General Degree - Mr Do It Nice
Jigsy King - Gal A Fuss
Junior Cat - Make A Living
Lady Saw - Serious Aligations
Snow and Company - Anthing For You
Spragga Benz - Jack It Up

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