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Greater David - Dub Syndicate - The Rasta Far I

6 Replies to “ Greater David - Dub Syndicate - The Rasta Far I ”

  1. Kagakree says:
    obscure avant spaced out dub crummbles for your neuro dome,if you dont know on-u sound stuff you should do some research and read up what Adrian Sherwood has been brewing up for over the last 2o years in England,freakn roots original punk experimental jah militant style!!!!Great record!!!If you own Dub syndicate stuff,you will recognize a few tings,still essential /5(2).
  2. Moogujinn says:
    Dub Syndicate discography and songs: Music profile for Dub Syndicate. Genres: Dub, Reggae. Albums include Time Boom X De Devil Dead, Rough Trade Shops: 25 Years of Rough Trade Shops, and The Pounding System (Ambience in Dub).
  3. Shaktigore says:
    Filename C:\Documents and Settings\Jonny\My Documents\Music\Releases\Dub Syndicate - The Rasta Far I (Disc 1).wav Peak level % Range quality % Test CRC CB3B8 Copy CRC CB3B8 Copy OK No errors occurred AccurateRip summary Track 1 not present in database Track 2 not present in database Track 3 not present in database.
  4. Kajisar says:
    Dub Syndicate is a dub band, formed by Adrian Sherwood, which became a showcase for Adrian Sherwood's collaboration with Lincoln "Style" Scott, former drummer with the Roots Radics, Suns of Arqa and Creation Rebel.. Dub Syndicate initially evolved out of Creation Rebel and had a classic dub sound until the third album, Tunes From The Missing Channel (), where Dub Syndicate Genres: Reggae, dub.
  5. Mozuru says:
    Dub Syndicate is a dub band, formed by Style Scott, former drummer with the Roots Radics and Creation Rebel. Although the line-up has been very fluid, some members of the band have been semi-permanent, notably Bim Sherman (vocals), Deadly Headley (saxophone) and Dr. Pablo (melodica), (N.B. Dr. Pablo is not Augustus Pablo).
  6. Vilkree says:
    But this wasn't actually the first time the album had hit the market -- it was previously released as the first disc of The Rasta Far I, a two-disc set from , which also includes a second disc of alternate takes, additional remixes, and other tracks from Dub Syndicate's growing post-On 8/

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