01.Scrubadub style ft. Sugar Minott
02.Everyman different ft. Rasta Pacey
03.Skidip ft. Charlie P
04.Computer age ft. Mr Williamz
05.Gimme gimme ft. Kenny Knots
06.Boat people ft. Pupa Jim
07.Scream ft. YT
08.Dem no like it ft. Omar Perry
09.Bad bad boy ft. Soom T
10.New York boogie ft. Ranking Levy
11.Warm up ft. Zeb and Scotty
12.Session pon top ft. Biga Ranx
13.Soundboy police ft. Soom T
14.Musically mad ft. Mr Williamz
15.High grade ft. Gentleman's Dub Club

Forward ever has originated and evolved in the Jamaican soundsystem tradition, capturing spontaneous moments from live sessions and taking them fresh into the studio. Each track has been picked for the positive reaction it has received when played out and the album has been compiled how Mungo’s Hi Fi would play it in the dance.
It kicks off with the late great Sugar Minott’s dubplate intro in a Scrubadub Style on Mungo’s Greetings riddim, recorded in Scotland shortly before the legend’s passing. Then comes an ode to diversity in the shape of Everyman Different with Rasta Pacey covering Errol Dunkley’s hit,treating it to a massive rolling bassline. The tempo speeds up when Charlie P takes the mic and rips it up with his infectious Skidip on a pumping version of Billy Jean. Then it’s lyrics time as Mr Williamz fires out Computer Age, talking about the inexorable advance of technology. You are guaranteed to have at least your head nodding by this point, and then it goes next level with Kenny Knots stonking Gimme gimme on Mungo’s Bogle riddim, bringing up the vibes with
appeals for more love. This drops into a digital groove as Pupa Jim’s poignant Boat People reminds us of the contemporary realities of inequality and injustice. Anger at comfortable complaicency grows when YT is moved to Scream about the situation over Mungo’s Bad From riddim, and the babylon-beating steps up as Omar Perry confirms that Dem no like it. Soom T brings things back to a personal level with her tale of a Bad Bad Boy over an updated ska riddim before we settle in to a New York Boogie with Ranking Levy’s laidback foundation dj style. Zeb and Scotty bring more oldschool dancehall vibes as they invite us to Warm up and the digital
reggae sounds continue with Biga Ranx and his evocation of soundsystem culture Session pon top. Then Soom T is back with machine gun lyrics challenging mcs to test the Soundboy Police which drops big time as Mr Williamz returns to present Musically Mad over the fattest bassline yet. The session is rounded off with a ganja anthem in the shape of High Grade Remix featuring Gentleman’s Dub Club building to a two tone mosh pit crescendo.