Monster roots rhythms originally released under the Revolutionaries name, produced by Alvin Ranglin, get a tasty dub rub on this extra rare and extra, extra heavy dub set. Heartbeat ups the ante too, by adding a fat second disc filled out with more Ranglin productions, all wrought by a first rate crew of players that includes Sly Dunbar, Boo Richards, Horsemouth Wallace, Fish Clarke, Robbie Shakespeare, Ranchie McLean, Flabba Holt, Bo Peep, Bingy Bunny, Winston Wright, Tarzan Nelson, Gladdy Anderson, Ansel Collins, Theophilus Beckford, Bobby Ellis, Vin Gordon, Deadly Headly Bennet, Sticky Thompson and Skully Sims. 29 tracks in all, including "Black Star Dub", "Roots Man Dub", "Runaway Dub", "Iron Gate", "Dub On The Track", "Macabak Rock", "Ital Collie", "Herb Man Skank", "Let Dub Abide", "Dub Again Rasta", 'Let Me Dub", "Midnight Dub", "Don't Worry Dub", 'Rock My Dub", "Tell Me The Dub", "No Yo Yo Dub", "A Warning Dub" and "Run Come Dub". © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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