Originally out in 1976, this dubwise, heavyweight roots LP from Lloyd Parks Blood, Flesh & Bones band (pre Revolutionaries), produced by Sunshot boss Phil Pratt, was one of those rare gems for some time, and hard to find in it’s original pressing (then titled ‘the best dub album in the world), but Pressure Sounds have stepped in and reissued the LP, loaded with tough dub and raw roots recorded at the Channel One and Black Ark studios

Early dubwise styles from one of the most legendary Rockstead and Roots producers, and featuring some real heavy hitters on instruments – with Lloyd Parks on bass, alongside Sly Dunbar (pre Sly & Robbie) on drums, Dougie on guitar and Ansel Collins & Bobby Kalphat on keyboards, and Ossie Hibbert on the mix.

Wicked LP – raw, early roots in dub, at it’s finest.
If you like those classic mid-to-late 70’s Impact All Stars, Joe Gibbs, and of course Phil Pratts recordings, then you’ll be catching vibes here too.

Lp in printed sleeve.
Sleevenotes from Diggory Kenrick.

TRACKLIST:
1. Dub In Blood
2. Skin Dub
3. Flesh Dub
4. Bones Dub
5. Heart Dub
6. Suit Your Dub
7. Dub To The Vein
8. Injection In Dub
9. Syringe Dub
10. Doctor Dub
11. Oversize Dub
12. Bandwagon Dub

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