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Lee "Scratch" Perry|Experryments At The Grass Roots Of Dub

Experryments At The Grass Roots Of Dub

Lee Scratch Perry

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1
Jungle Roots Dub
00:04:16

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

2
Dubbing With The Super Ape
00:11:23

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

3
Alien In Out A Space
00:04:15

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

4
Sky High Dub
00:06:41

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

5
Nucleus Dub
00:06:49

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

6
Dub It Wide Open
00:07:14

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

7
Dub Wise Experryments
00:09:10

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

8
Pooping Dub Song
00:06:01

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

9
Black Ark Come Again
00:06:30

Lee Scratch Perry, MainArtist

(C) 1995 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1995 Ariwa Sounds

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