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Gargantuan bassline murder from the original dubplate-don TNT Roots, backed with a criss version excursion from the one John T. Gast –

Not much needs to be said about this really… If you’re a steppers head, then you know what this is – ruff & tuff, thunderous dub in it’s mightiest form – stripped down to the core, redline bassline business.
TNT Roots releases on vinyl are a rarity, he is no stranger to the UK soundsystem scene though, with some of the most fierce and in-demand TNT dubplates being played by the likes of Shaka & Aba over the last decades.

Chant Down Babylon Verse II lies on the topside of this heavyweight 7″ disc, and beneath we have a re-tuned John T. Gast version, which brings in some of his trademark rhythms and blue pads, for a subtle and respectful, yet unique re-working of the original cut.

Don’t choose a favourite, just play both sides and let it do the work.

Place this on the shelf under ‘soundsystem head-to-heads’ alongside that Bush Chemists vs Bad Tracking & SKRS 12″ from Bokeh Versions.

Unbelievably tough stuff, and a wholly unexpected, but great combination –
Shouts to TNT & Gast for this piece.

A real gem – and we don’t expect it to sit around for too long, for that reason –

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