The Return Of Sound System Scratch (Discontinued)

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The Return Of Sound System Scratch (Discontinued) - Vinyl Record

by Lee Perry

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$24.99
Discontinued
Product Code:
REDD-PRE-6119
Label/Make:
Pressure Sounds
Genre/Model:
Reggae
Description:
Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
689492106119
Special one-off dub plate mixes and super rare 45s you can't find anywhere else. 'Long Enough' features Candy Mackenzie on lead vocal to stunning effect, a track as soulful as anything ever recorded at the Black Ark. Candy was part of the Full Experience vocal group that worked on many Lee Perry sessions. There is a fantastic unreleased melodica version of Junior Murvins' "Strong Drink," and although we can't be 100% sure, it's probably Augustus Pablo blowing melodica over the top. On an outrageous remix of "Jah Jah Ah Natty Dread," Lee Perry himself is the vocalist, sounding like a manic and possessed mixture of Little Richard and Joe Strummer.
1. Righteous Land - Aleas Jube
2. Righteous Rocking - Upsetters
3. Get Ready - Junior Murvin, Upsetters [Bongo Mix]
4. Natural Dub - Upsetters
5. Long Enough - Candy Mackenzie, Upsetters
6. Kiss Me Mix - Upsetters
7. Strong Drink - Upsetters [Melodica Version]
8. Time - Unforgettable's
9. Longer Dub - Upsetters
10. Revelation Time - Leo Graham, Upsetters
11. I've Got The Dub - George Faith, Upsetters
12. Deep And Deadly - Upsetters
13. Jah Jah Ah Natty Dread - Lee Perry, Upsetters
14. Mr Dubz - Upsetters
15. Enter The Upsetter - Lee Perry, Upsetters
16. Darkness In The City - Jimmy Riley, Upsetters
17. Economic Crisis - Jack Lord, Upsetters
18. Rejoice Jah Jah Children - Silvertones

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