|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Alias||6||Audio||2003-11-00||RG Records|
|2||More To Life (Ominous)||5||Audio||2004-02-00||RG Records|
|3||Searching For Mr Manuva||3||Audio||2005-06-06||Sound Recordings (UK)|
|4||City Of Love||3||Audio||2006||Kartel Creative|
|5||Original Heads 03||5||Audio||RG Records|
|7||Militant Style||5||Audio||2006||Kartel Creative|
|8||More To Life (Ominous)||5||Audio||2005||Recall|
|9||Starlines & Stellagrams||12||Audio||2010-09-10||Kartel Creative|
|10||Starlines & Stellagrams||12||Audio||2010-09-10||Kartel Creative|
|12||Dream On||2||Audio||2012||First Word Records|
|13||Militant Style||5||Audio||2006||Kartel Creative|
|14||Ominous||15||Audio||2005||Sound Recordings (UK)|
|15||More To Life (Ominous)||3||Audio||2004||RG Records|
Border Crossing is a collective from West London headed up by Alex Angol (AJ) and Seorais Graham.
Described as a unique fusion of laid-back hip-hop, smooth funk, roots reggae and dancehall.
Border Crossing have released three albums to date, the first being 'Ominous' in 2003. Soon after the release of 'Ominous' the band's record label had folded and band member Paul Mulvey had left the group. Angol & Graham pressed ahead with the release of 'Freedom of Speech' in 2007, on the indie label Kartel, during which new band member Ollie Bishop joined the group.
Border Crossing released 'Starlines & Stellagrams' in 2010...