Redlight is an album by The Slackers, released on September 23, 1997 on Hellcat Records. It solidified the Slackers' sound, with ska, reggae, and dub remaining prevalent. The track "Watch This" received airplay on college radio stations. Jeremy Mushlin made his vocal debut on the track, "She Wants to Be Alone".
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Hugh Pescod, better known as Redlight is a DJ, record producer, re-mixer and composer from Bristol, England.
Hugh Pescod is a Bristol-raised, London-based artist. He started out in the early 2000s under the alias DJ Clipz, with a string of releases on various drum and bass labels including Full Cycle and Digital Soundboy. In 2009 he diversified his production style and adopted the alias Redlight, setting up the label Lobster Boy for his productions and debuting with his single "Rock The House" / "Twist Up" and the Lobster Boy EP.
After having been for centuries the heart of the Empire, from the 3rd century the government and the cultural center began to move eastward: first the Edict of Caracalla in 212 AD extended Roman citizenship to all free men within the imperial boundaries, then during Constantine's reign (306–337) the seat of the Empire was moved to Constantinople in 330 AD.