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Jah Shaka & Mad Professor|New Decade Of Dub

New Decade Of Dub

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor

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Ecological Dub
00:04:16

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

2
Natural Roots
00:03:23

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

3
One Million Man Dub
00:03:51

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

4
Wig Wam
00:04:21

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

5
Chanting Down The Wicked
00:04:15

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

6
New Decade Dub
00:04:01

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

7
Gautrey Road Style
00:04:23

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

8
Roots Jamboree
00:03:33

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

9
Zulu Hut
00:03:51

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

10
Morphing Dub
00:04:23

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

11
Only One God
00:04:01

Jah Shaka & Mad Professor, MainArtist

(C) 1996 Ariwa Sounds (P) 1996 Ariwa Sounds

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