Shelly Thunder

Michelle Harrison-Timol

Also known as S. Thunder, Shell Thunder, Shelley Thunder, Shelly Tunder

Discography of Shelly Thunder:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Fresh Out The Pack 10 Audio 1989 Mango
2 Jump Around 3 Audio 1991 Mango
3 Working Girl 4 Audio 1989 Mango
4 Working Girl 4 Audio 1990 Mango
5 Kuff 4 Audio Witty
6 Break Up 4 Audio 1989 Mango
7 Shock Me A Shock / Love Pain 2 Audio 1985 Witty
8 Jump Around 3 Audio 1991 Mango
9 Fresh Out The Pack 10 Audio 1989 Mango
10 Kuff (The Best Of Reggae Dancehall Volume 2) 10 Audio 1988 Rohit International Records
11 Man A Rush Me 2 Audio Witty
12 Fresh Out The Pack 10 Audio 1989 Mango
13 Small Horsewoman 8 Audio 1986 Witty
14 The Pastor / The Gospel 2 Audio 2007 Big Yard Music Group Ltd.
15 Break Up 3 Audio 1989 Mango
16 Working Girl 3 Audio 1990 Mango
17 Kuff 2 Audio 1988 Rohit International Records
18 Fresh Out The Pack 10 Audio 1989 Mango
19 Break Up 4 Audio 1989 Mango
20 Small Horsewoman 4 Audio 1986 Witty
21 Boo / Lock Up 2 Audio 2006 Classic Cuts
22 Hamma Head 3 Audio Heavy Man
23 Pianist / Plastic 4 Audio 1993 Main St.
24 The Pastor / The Gospel 2 Audio 2007 Big Yard Music Group Ltd.
25 Kuff 4 Audio 1988 Witty
26 Jump Around 2 Audio 1991 Mango
27 A Wah Dem Tek Wi Fah 3 Audio Ian Records (3)
28 Break Up 2 Audio 1989 Mango
29 Fresh Out The Pack 10 Audio 1989 Mango
30 911 / No Woman No Cry 2 Audio Heavy Man
31 Kuff 2 Audio Music Master
32 Woman Now A Days 2 Audio Witty
33 85 Vission / Touch Me In The Morning 3 Audio Witty
34 A Small Horse Woman 2 Audio Music Master
35 Working Girl 2 Audio 1990 Mango
36 Small Horsewoman 8 Audio 1986 Music Master
37 Kuff 2 Audio Music Master
38 Break Up 2 Audio 1989 Mango
39 Kuff (The Best Of Reggae Dancehall Volume 2) 10 Audio 1988 Rohit International Records


“Michelle Harrison-Timol, aka "Shelly Thunder” was born on February 23rd in Kingston Jamaica. She attended the Harbour View Primary and Excelsior High Schools before migrating to New York City in 1980. Known as a tomboy, and hanging out with "the boys in Brooklyn", she began deejaying in 1985 and her first single, "Shock mi a Shock" became an instant # 1 on the US reggae charts.


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