Buy on iTunes Buy CD Various Artists — Penthouse Records 25 Years: The Journey Continues Release date : Jan. 14, 2014 Label : VP Records Tracklist: One In A Million – Sanchez Deep In My Heart – Marcia Griffiths Chaka On The Move – Chaka Demus Ting Deh (Thing Deh) – Nigger Mikey Love Mi Haffi Get – Beres Hammond Pon Mi Nozzle – Cutty Ranks Tom’s Diner – Michigan & Smiley Love Within The Music – Beres Hammond, Dennis Brown, Freddie McGregor & Glen Ricks Brought Me Love – Dennis Brown Crying Fool – Tiger Brinks – General Degree Prophet – Capleton Who Say – Buju Banton & Beres Hammond Treat The Woman – Terry Ganzie Wicked And Wild – Nadine Sutherland Everything I Got (Remix) – Garnett Silk Order – Terry Fabulous Spoiled By Your Love – Carol Gonzales No Respect (Remix) – Buju Banton I’d Die Without You – Wayne Wonder Forever – Richie Stephens Oh God Of My Salvation – Buju Banton Good Director – Buccaneer, Cutty Ranks & Marcia Griffiths El Shaddai – Jahmali Tears On My Pillow – Twiggi Nah Get No Bligh – Sean Paul Mr. Sea – Da’Ville My Pride And Joy – Beres Hammond Go If You Want – Buju Banton Below The Waist – Queen Ifrica United We Stand – Freddie McGregor All My Life – Marcia Griffiths & Da’Ville Mi Caan Sleep – Romain Virgo I Feel Good – Beres Hammond Lioness On The Rise – Queen Ifrica I Can’t Recall – Tony Rebel Bleaching Shop – Exco Levi Brickwall – Richie Stephens & Dennis Brown Comfort Zone – Busy Signal No Candle Light – Beres Hammond When I Was Your Man – RC You Will Know – Dalton Harris My Favorite Song – Garnett Silk Real Know Real – D Major Reggae Is Life – Sherieta Ebony – Shuga Saxophone Stories – Dean Fraser 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. Legendary Jamaican producer Donovan Germain and his Penthouse label productions have made an indelible mark in the history of reggae music. To commemorate 25 years since the founding of Penthouse recording studio, VP Records and Mr. Germain have collaborated on the new release Penthouse Records 25 Years – The Journey Continues. The 2 CD/DVD collection will be available on January 14, 2014. The Penthouse Records 25 audio discs highlight essential hits, new tracks from its current roster and two unreleased tracks from the legendary Garnett Silk (“My Favorite Song” and a remix of his classic “Everything I Got”). Hosted by Mr. Germain himself, the bonus DVD is an hour and 45 minute journey through the history of the studio and label and features many the key players in Jamaican music. Interviews include original Penthouse crew members Tony Rebel, Richie Stephens, Wayne Wonder, Marcia Griffiths and Beres Hammond. The Penthouse studio – originally located at 56 Slipe Road in Kingston, Jamaica – produced many of the genre’s biggest hits during the late 1980s and 1990s and has continued to churn out chart-topping anthems since relocating in 1998 to its current address 6 Ballater Avenue. Founder Donovan Germain produced world-class recordings alongside the island’s top engineers and studio musicians of the time – including Steven Stanley, Dave and Tony Kelly, Michael “Coolie” Cooper, Steely and Clevie, Sly and Robbie, Firehouse Crew, Steven “Lenky” Marsden and Mafia and Fluxy – and played an instrumental role in developing the careers of reggae stars Buju Banton (cranking out the most No. 1 singles for the reggae icon to date), Wayne Wonder, Cutty Ranks, Richie Stephens, Beres Hammond, Romain Virgo, Queen Ifrica and more. In addition to these artists, the deluxe 47-song collection features today’s crop of Penthouse artists, including Dalton Harris, D Major, Exco Levi, RC and Shuga. Producer and visionary Donovan Germain’s quest for excellence is evident. He says “it’s all about the next hit song,” and for Penthouse Records the journey continues.