|Posted on Thursday, October 24, 2002 - 11:39 pm: |
"Shit Easy Dub" & "Zion Daughter of Dub" are two tracks I downloaded.
"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.
"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".
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)
|Posted on Friday, October 25, 2002 - 11:58 pm: |
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 http://www.upsetter.net/scratch/disco/index.html 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.'
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...
|Posted on Saturday, October 26, 2002 - 10:59 pm: |
weekhearts indeed.. i don't remember any jamaican produced song with the word shit in the title.
|Posted on Sunday, October 27, 2002 - 12:04 am: |
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.
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