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Various Artists
Manufacturer: Heavenly
Tracklisting:
1. Bag A Wire Dub - King Tubby
2. Fade Away - Junior Byles
3. Marcus Garvey - Big Youth
4. Fisherman - The Congos
5. Rush I Some Dub - Tappa Zukie
6. I Need A Roof - The Mighty Diamonds
7. Black Harmony Killer - Jah Stitch
8. Train To Zion - U Brown (Dicomix)
9. King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown - Augustus Pablo
10. Two Sevens Clash - Culture
11. Wear You To The Ball - U-Roy
12. Pure Ranking - Horace Andy
13. M.P.L.A. Dub - Tappa Zukie
14. Police And Thieves - Junior Murvin
15. Deuteronomy - Sylford Walker
16. The Tackro - Lee Perry & The Upsetters

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Don Letts, Dread Meets Punk Rockers Uptown

“Don Letts compiled the best of the best reggae and dub...”

Written on: 16/10/2008

Don Letts compiled the best of the best reggae and dub from the time. You can hear many of the songs that the Clash talked about in early interviews. 1976 and early 1977 was the peak of UK punk. It was also a peak for reggae… Read Full Review

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