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Dub Massacre Part 2

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 4 months ago

Dub Massacre Part 2 (NG502)

Description

Twinkle Music, 1983

This was the second album in the series of Dub Massacre album that came to be released by the Twinkle Brothers. The original version of the album was released in 1983. Norman Grant however felt that the music was lacking something on the original version and therefore released a remixed one the same year. The new version had the same cover artwork except for a small addition to the title which said »remix«. The tracklistings and catalogue numbers of both versions don't differ, the only difference being that the remix had a bit wilder mixing with more effects.

 

The album was put on the same disc with Dub Massacre Part 1 when released on CD.

 

Track listing and info.

#DubVocalFrom
1Mountains Of DubFaith Can Move MountainsBurden Bearer
2Devaluation DubDollarBurden Bearer
3Dancehall InvasionDon't Jump The FenceBurden Bearer
4Road To DamascusAfrica Must Be FreeBurden Bearer
5Underworld DubUndergroundUnderground
6Dubbing For PeaceThere Is No PeaceBurden Bearer
7Tamborine DubNo Loving TonightEnter Zion
8Escape Of The AssassinJah Jah Gonna Get YouBurden Bearer
9Gully Banking DubLet The Music PlayBurden Bearer
10Burden Bearer DubBurden BearerBurden Bearer

 

Musical Credits

Bass - Brother Flabba and Brother Michael Dan

Drums - Brother Style and Brother Norman Grant

Keyboards - Brother Steelie and Brother Michael Dan

Rythm & Lead Guitar - Brother Dwight and Brother Dan

Trumpet - David Madden

Trombone - Brother Nambo

Tenor Sax - Dean Frazer

Recorded at Channel One, Addis Ababa Studio & Ariwa Studio

 

Arranged and produced by Norman Grant.

 

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