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"Shit Easy Dub" & "Zion Daughter of Dub" are two tracks I downloaded. <BR> "Shit Easy Dub" was credited to Lee Perry, but it sure didn't sound like him at all, it was more in a King tubby style, I highly doubt it was Scratch. <BR> "Zion Daughter of Dub" was credited too Lee Perry and Scientist. I believe the album title was "Lee Perry meets Dub Scientist at Black Ark" (something similar to that). It sounds like a version of "Evil Tongues" from "Roast Fish, Collie Weed and Cornbread". <BR>I searched for both these tracks on the net, and all I came up with was one page from a win amp generated playlist. Does anyone know where these tracks have come from, and who the credit belongs to? (They were two seperate playlists, by the way)
Well I did a little bit of checking around,and the name of the album is "LEE PERRY MEETS SCIENTIST IN BLACK ARK STUDIO", courtesy of <A HREF="http://www.upsetter.net/scratch/disco/index.html" TARGET="_top">http://www.upsetter.net/scratch/disco/index.html</A> I found out that it's totally bogus. In the words of Mick Sleeper: '"Produced by the Hit Squad" is a clear indication that weakhearts are at work here.' <BR>Oh well, Zion Daughter of Dub isn't actually that bad. I've found this before, that collection "An Upsetting Dub", has one song on it which I quite enjoy, Reincarnation Dub, with the "Stir It Up" bassline...
Yeah, that's what I was thinking as well. I don't have any at least, and I've got a lot. Seeing as how almost all of them (at least back then) were pop songs essentially, I don't think it would have been very likely.