Dancehall is a wonderful and oftentimes willfully bizzare genre. Two of the more memorable recent riddims have featured various mc's rapping over the Benny Hill theme song (or yakkity sax) and the fifties surf-rock anthem "Wipeout." I would post some audio, but both are absolutely terrible.
Teddybears, a former punk band from Stockholm, have much better results. "Cobrastyle" marries garage rock stomp to a handclapping dancehall riddim, and their relationship is loving, heathly and mutally supportive. Kingston-born Mad Cobra officiates the ceremony, and provides the happy couple with the kind of hot fiyah that made him the first reaggae artist to top the u.s. rap top ten (in 1992, kids). I think this song is featured in some tv ads for Tab energy drink. It works. Teddybears also have songs with Iggy Pop, Neneh Cherry and Annie, so you'll hear about them soon enough.Teddybears- Cobrastyle
The sculpture above is pandykill by Mark Jenkins.