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Lee "Scratch" Perry|Heavy Rain

Heavy Rain

Lee "Scratch" Perry

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1
Intro - Music Shall Echo
00:00:39

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

2
Here Come The Warm Dreads (feat. Brian Eno)
00:04:50

Brian Eno, FeaturedArtist - Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

3
Rattling Bones And Crowns (feat. Vin Gordon)
00:04:42

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist - Vin Gordon, FeaturedArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

4
Mindworker (feat. Gaudi)
00:03:58

Gaudi, FeaturedArtist - Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

5
Enlightened (feat. Gaudi)
00:04:12

Gaudi, FeaturedArtist - Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

6
Hooligan Hank
00:00:59

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

7
Crickets In Moonlight (feat. Vin Gordon)
00:03:52

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist - Vin Gordon, FeaturedArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

8
Space Craft (feat. Gaudi)
00:04:04

Gaudi, FeaturedArtist - Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

9
Dreams Come True (feat. Gaudi)
00:03:27

Gaudi, FeaturedArtist - Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

10
Above And Beyond
00:04:12

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

11
Heavy Rainford (feat. Vin Gordon)
00:04:32

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist - Vin Gordon, FeaturedArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

12
Outro - Wisdom
00:00:18

Lee "Scratch" Perry, MainArtist

2019 On-U Sound 2019 On-U Sound

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