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UB40 - Present Arms In Dub -- Dub Reggae LP
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UB40 - Present Arms In Dub


Label: DEP International, Epic
Catalog#: LPS DEP 2, EPC 85390
Format: Vinyl, LP
Record is VG
has inner sleeve - VG+
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 01 Oct 1981
Genre: Electronic, Reggae
Style: Dub

Tracklist

A1 Present Arms In Dub 3:03
A2 Smoke It 3:17
A3 B Line 4:34
A4 Kings Row 5:00

B1 Return Of Dr.X 5:20
B2 Walk Out 3:10
B3 One In Ten 4:13
B4 Neon Haze 4:12

Credits
Bass - Earl Falconer
Drums - Jim Brown
Engineer - Pete Wandless
Engineer [Assistant] - Neil Black
Guitar - Robin Campbell
Guitar [Rhythm] - Ali Campbell
Keyboards - Michael Virtue
Music By [All Titles By] - UB40
Other [Security] - Albert Agras
Producer - Ray Falconer* , UB40
Saxophone - Brian Travers
Trombone, Congas, Electronic Drums [Syncussion] - Norman Hassan
Trumpet - Astro (7)
Notes

UB40 obviously were listening to a lot of Lee Perry ( or smoking a lot of herb - maybe both ) when they recorded this one. No vocals to be found here, no traditional song structure. Loads of echo-laden synth effects and syn drums. Awesome heavy dub grooves. This is much better than I thought it would be, and I can't recommend it highly enough. For fans of dub reggae in the vein of Lee "Scratch" Perry and King Tubby, this is a must have. For those who disregard UB40 as watered down commercial pop/reggae, this will come as a pleasant surprise

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 25 February, 2011.

 
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