Super Cat (2)

William Anthony Maragh

Also known as Supa Cat, Super "Wild Apache" Cat, Super Cat (The Indian), Super Man, Super-Cat, Supercat
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.super-cat.com

Discography of Super Cat (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dolly My Baby 7 Audio 1993 Columbia
2 Ghetto Red Hot 5 Audio 1992 Columbia
3 Scalp Dem / South Central 2 Audio 1994 Columbia
4 Them No Worry We 2 Audio 1992 Columbia
5 Scalp Dem / South Central 6 Audio 1994 Columbia
6 Girlstown 5 Audio 1995 Columbia
7 Cry Fi De Youth 2 Audio Techniques
8 Girls Town / Get Impeccable 2 Audio 2004 Punchline
9 Vineyard Party 2 Audio 2002 Wild Apache
10 Don Dada 14 Audio 1992 Columbia
11 It Fe Done 4 Audio 1992 Columbia
12 Dem No Worry We 6 Audio 1992 Columbia
13 My Girl Josephine 6 Audio 1995 Columbia
14 Don Dada 2 Audio 2001 Wild Apache
15 Challenge We / Father Jungle Rock 2 Audio Wild Apache
16 Don Dada 10 Audio 1992 Columbia
17 Ride And Shut Off 2 Audio Wheely Wheely Promotions
18 Trash And Ready 2 Audio 1985 Jammy's Records
19 The Good, The Bad, The Ugly & The Crazy 12 Audio 1994 Columbia
20 Girlstown 4 Audio 1995 Columbia
21 Boops 2 Audio 1986 Techniques
22 Cabin Stabbin 10 Audio 1991 VP Records
23 Scalp Dem / South Central 7 Audio 1994 Columbia
24 Si Boops Deh 9 Audio 1985 Techniques
25 Cry For The Youth 2 Audio Techniques
26 The Struggle Continues 23 Audio 1995 Columbia
27 It Fe Done / Ghetto Red Hot 6 Audio 1992 Columbia
28 The Good, The Bad, The Ugly & The Crazy 14 Audio 1994 Columbia
29 My Girl Josephine / GirlsTown 9 Audio 1995 Columbia
30 Dem No Worry We 3 Audio 1992 Columbia
31 Cabin Stabbing 2 Audio Wild Apache
32 Boops! 10 Audio 1986 Skengdon
33 Nuff Don Dead Ya / A.B.C. 3 Audio Blue Trac Records
34 Play Girl / Mr. Walker 2 Audio 1981 Techniques
35 Under Pressure 2 Audio Power House
36 Mud Up 2 Audio 1987 Skengdon
37 Dance Inna New York 2 Audio 2000 Midnight Rock
38 Dan Dada 2 Audio 1990 Wild Apache
39 Trash And Ready 2 Audio Jammy's Records
40 Ghetto Red Hot / Dolly My Baby 2 Audio 2003 Sony Urban Classics
41 My Girl Josephine 5 Audio 1995 Columbia
42 Boops / Cry For The Youth 2 Audio Justice (2)
43 Under Pressure 2 Audio 1984 Power House
44 Sweet For My Sweet 2 Audio 1987 SKD
45 Pops 2 Audio 1986 Skengdon
46 Gal How You Pretty So 2 Audio Wild Apache
47 Sandokan 2 Audio 1988 Exterminator
48 Cabin Stabbin 10 Audio 1991 VP Records
49 Cabin Stabbing 4 Audio 1990 Wild Apache
50 Sweets For My Sweet 10 Audio 1988 Wild Apache


Born: 1966, Seivright Gardens, Kingston, Jamaica

Jamaican DJ Super Cat started his career as a soundsystem live-DJ in the 1970s, toasting under the alias of Cat-A-Rock. In 1981, he released his first single, "Mr. Walker", for [a=Winston Riley]'s Techniques label. After a short term in jail, he used to be regular DJ on [a=Killamanjaro] sound, where he got the nickname "Wild Apache". With his spree of hits in the 2nd half of the 1980s he became one of the most popular DJs of Jamaica. In the beginning of the 1990s Super Cat moved to New York and signed a major deal with Columbia; several albums and singles followed. In the second half of the 1990s Super Cat seemingly sunk into oblivion; the attempt to start a comeback through the Neptunes' [l=Star Trak Entertainment] label did not work out. Yet, Super Cat remains one of the most legendary DJs in dancehall history. Due to this fact, as well as due to his over-restrictive dubplate cutting policy, Super Cat dubplates are a 100% killer tool in a soundclash if you are one of the very few lucky soundmen to own one. Super Cat was a major influence for many DJs to come - the most known example is [a=Sean Paul]. In fact, many young and less musically educated listeners have been observed to mistake Super Cat recordings for unknown Sean Paul tunes.


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