Buy on iTunes Buy CD Eek-A-Mouse — Reggae Anthology: Eek-Ology Release date : Nov. 05, 2013 Label : 17 North Parade Tracklist: Virgin Girl Once a Virgin Een a Moy Creation My Father's Land No Wicked Can't Reign Noah's Ark Wa-Do-Dem Tell Them Fallen Heroes Ganja Smuggling Operation Eradication (12 Georgie Porgie Do You Remember (12 For Hire and Removal (12 Christmas-A-Come (12 Assassinator Sensee Party Some a Holla Some a Bawl Neutron Bomb Anarexol (12 Modelling Queen Stadium Hot Terrorists in the City Wa-Do-Dem (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session) Hitler (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session) Assassinator (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session) For Hire and Removal (BBC Radio 1 John Peel Session) Star, Daily News & Gleaner Wild Like a Tiger Taller Than King Kong Rude Boys a Foreign Tek Wey Let There Be Night Share Share url : embed : × previous play pause next stop mute unmute max volume shuffle shuffle off repeat repeat off Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 17 North Parade is happy to announce the release of Eek-A-Mouse’s 2 CD+DVD Reggae Anthology: Eek-Ology, available on November 5, 2013. Eek-A-Mouse (born Ripton Joseph Hylton) was one of the most unique talents to emerge from the Jamaican reggae scene in the 1980s. The Mouse’s inimitable vocal flow combines an unconventional melodic approach filled with rhythm and humor. His unmistakable half-singing, half-deejaying (rapping) style inspired the term “singjay.” Eek-Ology is a thoughtful selection of essential hits and rare gems from Eek-A-Mouse’s extensive catalogue during the prime of his career. The anthology features early recordings like his 1979 breakthrough anthem “Once a Virgin” produced by Joe Gibbs, “Modelling Behavior” produced Linval Thompson and his string of ’80s hits with producer Henry “Junjo” Lawes (“Virgin Girl,” “Wild Like a Tiger,” “For Hire and Removal,” “Do You Remember” and “Ganja Smuggling”). Fans can also be treated to a selection of rarities, including Eek-A-Mouse’s earliest releases “Creation,” “My Father’s Land” and “No Wicked Can’t Reign,” all making their CD debut. Other highlights include a previously unreleased four-song BBC John Peel session from 1983, multiple 12″ mixes and an epic DVD featuring his exquisite live stage performance at Jamaica’s 1982 Sunsplash.