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DISC: 1

1. Love Dub
2. Tiptopdub
3. Radical's Dub
4. Ital Dub
5. Rig-Ma-Roe Game Dubwise
6. Revelation Chapter One
7. Ballistic Version
8. More Version
9. Winning Version
10. Chapter 15
11. Dub Walla
12. Peace and Inity
13. Babylon a Dub
14. This Yah Dub
15. How Do You Dub
16. Dub and Harmony
17. Reggae Version
18. Phase One
19. Limbo Version
20. Peaceful Woman Version
21. Know Your Friend Version
22. Roots Man Dub
23. Conference Dub
24. Tell Me Now Dub
25. King Ruler
26. Forward Dub
27. Peaceful Dub
28. Shiney Skank
29. Woman Iron Rock
30. Nurses Skank
31. False Dread (Version)
32. Hurting Inside Version
33. Dub in Dreamland
34. Miss Wire Waist Version
35. Lizard Version
36. Struggling Dub
37. Wooga Man
38. Strong Dub
39. Dancing Dub
40. Socialist Dub
41. Strictly Roots
42. Stay Dub

More Info:

Featuring 25 tracks new to CD. Includes dubs of some of the biggest reggae hits of the late '70s. Showcases Jamaica's premier dub crew and one of it's most celebrated mixers. By the latter half the '70s, the Revolutionaries were firmly established as Jamaica's premier instrumental group, with it's membership including some of the true giants of the island's music scene; their number including famed riddim twins, Sly Dunbar on drums and Robbie Shakespeare on bass. Of almost equal note during this period of time was Treasure Isle studio's in-house sound engineer-come-producer, Errol Brown, who oversaw the creation of some of the most powerful reggae works from the time, performed by the likes of Marcia Griffiths, Mikey Dread, Delroy Wilson and Justin Hinds. The dub versions of many of these hits feature on this essential collection that comprises tracks recorded for Sonia Pottinger's celebrated High Note label between 1977 and 1978. With an incredible 25 of the 42 recordings unavailable on any format since the date of their original release, 'Tip Top Dub' is arguably the finest new compilation of deep and heavy sounds for decades!