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Satan's Dub

Lee Scratch Perry

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The full title of this release is the rather unwieldy Lee "Scratch" Perry Meets Bullwackie in Satan's Dub. This is essentially a dub version of the 1988 recording Satan Kicked the Bucket, which Perry recorded at Bullwackie's studio in New Jersey. The dub version, which features contributions from the Chosen Brothers, is deep and dark and funky, with plenty of surreal verbal excursions and off sound effects. The groove established by the Upsetters is fine, and Bullwackie, to his credit, lets the groove go more often than he manipulates the sound. The result is a finely crafted chunk of dub that is surprisingly minimalist in its approach and is much better than the non-dub version of Satan Kicked the Bucket, which is a fairly lackluster affair.
© John Dougan /TiVo

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Satan Dub
00:03:15

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

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2
Come Home Dub
00:03:48

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

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3
Ooh La La Dub
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Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

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Upful Dub Fashion
00:03:36

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

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President Dub
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Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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dub Skeem
00:04:13

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Strange
00:03:29

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Bog Walk Skanking
00:04:01

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Undercover Dub
00:03:38

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Stop Stop Dub
00:03:55

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Moving In Dub
00:04:25

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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Dub Master
00:03:39

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

Reachout International Records, Inc Reachout International Records, Inc

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The full title of this release is the rather unwieldy Lee "Scratch" Perry Meets Bullwackie in Satan's Dub. This is essentially a dub version of the 1988 recording Satan Kicked the Bucket, which Perry recorded at Bullwackie's studio in New Jersey. The dub version, which features contributions from the Chosen Brothers, is deep and dark and funky, with plenty of surreal verbal excursions and off sound effects. The groove established by the Upsetters is fine, and Bullwackie, to his credit, lets the groove go more often than he manipulates the sound. The result is a finely crafted chunk of dub that is surprisingly minimalist in its approach and is much better than the non-dub version of Satan Kicked the Bucket, which is a fairly lackluster affair.
© John Dougan /TiVo

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