Lost links & Re-ups

On any post, if the link is no longer good, leave a comment if you want the music re-uploaded. As long as I still have the file, or the record, cd, or cassette to re-rip, I will gladly accommodate in a timely manner all such requests.

Slinging tuneage like some fried or otherwise soused short-order cook

18 February 2017

Finally Someone is Mentioning the Obvious






Thousands of shrinks joined a new group called "Citizen Therapists Against Trumpism," which quickly released a "Public Manifesto" to warn America about its leader's apparent psychosis.





The American Psychiatric Association says that anyone exhibiting five of the following nine egotistical traits has Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Count up how many Trump exhibits:


1. Has a grandiose sense of self-importance (exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements).
2. Is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love.
3. Believe that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with other special or high-status people.
4. Requires excessive admiration.
5. Has a sense of entitlement.
6. Is interpersonally exploitative.
7. Lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others.
8. Is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her.
9. Shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes.




tracklist -

Shades of Hudson - Dennis Alcapone from Keith Hudson & Friends: The Hudson Affair
Zion Youth - Dreadzone from Second Light
Zion Youth - Dreadzone (Dan Donovan mix) from Zion Youth 12" Maxi-single
Zion Youth - Alborosie featuring Sugus from Freedom & Fyah
From Creation - Thievery Corporation from The Richest Man in Babylon
Dread Lion - Lee 'Scratch' Perry & the Upsetters from Super Ape
Zion Youth - Dreadzone (Underworld mix) from Zion Youth 12" Maxi-single
Zion Youth Part 2 - Vin 'Don D. Junior' Gordon from Fe-Me-Time Zion Youth 7"
This Version - Slightly Stoopid from Meanwhile...Back at the Lab
Zion Youth - Dreadzone (Digidub mix) from Zion Youth 12" Maxi-single
Zion Youth - Dreadzone (dreadzone mix) from Zion Youth 12" Maxi-single

Mental illness is an alternate fact,

04 February 2017

A Short Step from Wage Slave to Slave



Killing Joke - Corporate Elect (Dub mix) from Corporate Elect CD single,
Spinefarm Records SPINE717573, 2012.

Yas Massa,

28 January 2017

Comply or Die


Audio Active - 3.2.8. in a Police State from Bong EP, Birdman Records BMR 027, 2000.


Where anyone against the State is a CRIMINAL no matter how innocent they are,

27 January 2017

Puppetmaster T

Mark Stewart - The Puppet Master from Edit, Crippled Dick Hot Wax! CDHW 105, 2008. 


Blacklist this regime from existence,

25 January 2017

Week One





So far, Donald Trump has...

*     Approved the Keystone Pipeline & Dakota Access pipelines.
  
*     Rolled back overtime protections for American workers.
  
*     Made it more expensive for middle-class families to buy homes.
  
*     Signed the "global gag rule" on abortion, which prevents international aid organizations from providing safe healthcare to women worldwide.
  
*     Signed an executive order for a border wall & told ABC News construction will begin "within months."

Also, New York Times reports that tomorrow he will "effectively bar the entry of people from Muslim countries."
 

22 January 2017

Crucial Art Leak - The Birth of DTs

Uniform - "The Killing of America" from Wake in Fright , Sacred Bones Records SBR170, 2017.

Let's Wreck the Party,

20 January 2017

We are General Ludd



When they kick at your front door
How you gonna come?
With your hands on your head
Or on the trigger of your gun?

Let’s Punk the Trumpocalyse



To paraphrase Jello Biafra, we've got a bigly problem now.  I'm tempted to wave a white flag, but it's high time to hoist the black one.  As the hypocrisy of Trumpocracy begins to reign, and the ghost of Joe McCarthy stalks the land, someone observed that at least we can expect some great punk rock during the next four years.  There are some great young punk bands out there such as Muuy Bien, Tenement, & Uranium Club.

Here are three dozen covers of California punk classics, from 1985s "My War" back to 1977s "Class War".  In this hour of darkness, I find it heartening to hear these bands (some new, some not) breathing fire into the embers of these timeless tales of terror.


JON SPENCER BLUES EXPLOSION:  My War  (Black Flag)
HELLACOPTERS:  The Creeps (I Just Wanna Give You)  (Social Distortion)
BRUTAL TRUTH:  Bob Dylan Wrote Propaganda Songs  (Minutemen)
TURBONEGRO:  I Don't Care About You  (Fear)
THE SCREWS:  Kill Someone You Hate  (Red Cross)
THE ERGS:  The Todd Killings  (Angry Samoans)
BIOHAZARD:  We're Only Gonna Die   (Bad Religion)
JAPANDROIDS:  For The Love Of Ivy  (Gun Club)
PRONG:  Kids Of The Black Hole  (Adolescents)
UNSANE:  Ha Ha Ha  (Flipper)
SEPULTURA:  Drug Me  (Dead Kennedys)
PIG DESTROYER:  Deny Everything  (Circle Jerks)
THE MARS VOLTA:  Back Up Against The Wall  (Circle Jerks)
THE BRONX: Los Angeles  (X)
L7:  Bloodstains  (Agent Orange)
CEREMONY:  American Society  (Eddie & The Subtitles)
OSAMENTAH:  Hey Hey  (Descendents)
JACK O'FIRE:  Joe McCarthy's Ghost  (Minutemen)
THE REDS:  Ack Ack Ack  (Urinals)
DIE KREUZEN:  Land Of Treason  (Germs)
BLACK FORK:  A Gain, A Loss  (Plugz)
LEAVING TRAINS:  Black Hole  (Urinals)
CRIMINAL WAVE:  122 Hours Of Fear  (Screamers)
CBiHCiTY:  Out Of Vogue  (Middle Class)
THE BRIEFS: Kill The Hippies  (Deadbeats)
MELVINS:  Lexicon Devil  (Germs)
GALLOWS:  Nervous Breakdown  (Black Flag)
YOU AM I:  We're Desperate  (X)
THE BRIGGS:  We Got The Neutron Bomb  (Weirdos)
TEENGENERATE:  Wild Weekend  (Zeros)
THE DICKIES:  Solitary Confinement  (Weirdos)
THE DIDJITS:  Give It Back  (Dickies)
THE RIVER CITY TANLINES:  Nothing Means Nothing Anymore  (Alleycats)
SHADES APART:  We Are The One  (Avengers)
DILLINGER FOUR:  You're Not Blank  (Dils)
D.O.A.:  Class War  (Dils)

Let’s Wreck the Party,
Jonder

18 January 2017

Zoot Allures with Zappa & Beefheart




Flies all green and buzzin'
In this dungeon of despair
Prisoners grumble and piss their clothes
And scratch their matted hair
A tiny light from a window-hole
A hundred yards away
Is all they ever get to know
About the regular light in the day

And it stinks so bad the stones been chokin'
Weepin' greenish drops
In the room where the giant fire puffer works
And the torture never stops
The torture never stops

Slime and rot and rats and snot and
Vomit on the floor
Fifty ug-a-ly soldiers there
Holdin' spears by the iron door
Knives and spikes and guns and the likes
Of every tool of pain

And a sinister midget with a bucket and a mop
Where the blood goes down the drain
And it stinks so bad, the stones been chokin'
Weepin' greenish drops
In the room where
The giant fire puffer works
And the torture never stops
The torture never stops,
The torture
The torture
The torture never stops

Flies all green and buzzin'
In this dungeon of despair
An evil prince eats a steamin' pig
In a chamber right near there
He eats the snouts and the trotters first
The loins and the groins are soon dispersed
His carvin' style is well rehearsed
He stands and shouts
All men be cursed
All men be cursed
All men be cursed
All men be cursed
And disagree, hell no one durst
He's the best of cause of all the worst
Some wrong been done
He done it first

And he stinks so bad his bones been chokin'
Weepin' greenish drops
In the light of the iron sausage
Where the torture never stops
The torture never stops
The torture
The torture
The torture never stops



Flies all green and buzzin'
In the dungeon of despair
Who are all those people
That he's locked away down there
Are they crazy
Are they sainted
Are they zeros someone painted
That had never been explained
Since at first it was created
But a dungeon like a sin
Requires not much lockin' in
Of everything that's ever been
Look at her
Look at him
That's whats the deal we're dealin' in
That's whats the deal we're dealin' in
That's whats the deal we're dealin' in


Beware,
 

14 January 2017

DTs At the Lodge





I'd like to apologize to all the casual visitors & regular friends of this here web-blob. I have been more than remiss in my musickal dissemination of tuneage as of late. I have to admit that I have been suffering from a major bout of depression. I call it the DTs, or the Donald Trumpitis. Very few activities are able to even momentarily shake me from my dread. As Zardoz so succinctly stated, "I have seen the future, & it does not work." One thing that works is blaming anything negative on Trump, even the smallest of events, like stubbing my toe or a hang-nail, a bad driver or a stoopid redneck. Another is that every time I see feces lying about in public, be it canine, human, or other, I loudly declare, "Trump!" But the best thing that keeps me from thinking about the inevitable is 24 hr DUB.

So while anyone who visits here knows, I loves my Dubs, I am after all a proud member of the Brotherhood of Dub, but I have been only (infrequently at that) posting up Dub (it's what I'm listening to constantly, it is my mental balm). I have been ignoring all the other great craziness with which I usually enjoy polluting this space. I have some exciting new Bill musick (both Nelson & Laswell) I need to share. Literally hundreds of visitors have asked me when I'm going to post up the rest of the Mongolian music from Musick Around the World (Mongolia 2.0 – some 57 different releases – the first section was only 27 releases). I definitely need to get back to the project I began in August 2015, going through a folder I have called "Musick that Needs Work". That meant anything from cleaning up the sound to fixing the tags to getting the art work, whatever. The last time I worked on that gem was July 2016 with "What the H". That's still the most heavily viewed & downloaded posts here. I need to get on with I, but in these tragic times I have a hard time concentrating on I.

I do promise that as soon as I can get my head above the surface of this morass I will start posting all the above mentioned things (& more). Because I believe I owe it to you all, here is a taste from I.

Ikara Colt – Chat & Business, Fantastic Plastic Records fpcd005x, 2002.
decryption code in comments

tracklist –

One Note
Rudd
Bishop’s Son
City of Glass
Pop Group
Belgravia
Sink Venice
After This
At the Lodge
Here We Go Again
May B 1 Day
Video Clip Show

hidden track – Escalate


Ikara Colt is: Claire Ingram – guitar & vocals; Jon Ball – bass & keyboards;
Paul Resende – keyboards & vocals; Dominic Young – drums.

Let's Wreck the Party,

19 December 2016

Back in Style Hot We Hot Roots Radics 2-fer



From 1989, Roots Radics roots reggae & Dub. I left Hot We Hot in its original playing order, adjusted Hot We Hot Dub so that the songs match up. Taken from: Roots Radics – Hot We Hot, Real Authentic Sound RAS 3045C, 1989 & Roots Radics – Hot We Hot Dub, ROIR (Reachout International Records) A-171, 1989.

Roots Radics – Hot We Hot & Dub
decryption code in comments

tracklist –

1-2 Hot We Hot / Dub
3-4 Mix Me Up / Dub
5-6 Joy to the World / Dub
7-8 Shuffle the Deck / Reshuffle Dub
9-10 Me For You / Dub
11-12 Don’t Turn Me Down / Dub
13-14 Book of Love / Dub
15-16 Watch Your Step / Dub
17-18 Come Out of We Land / Dub
19-20 Nice to Be with You / Dub

Enjoy,

17 December 2016

The Babylon Saga: the Sequel – Babylon A'falling (by popular vote)


The End of an American Dream…

…so, so you think you can tell
Heaven from Hell,
Blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?

& did they get you to trade
Your heroes for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
Cold comfort for change?
& did you exchange
A walk on part in the war
For a lead role in a cage? 




The End of an American Dream – Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Mash Down Babylon (with the Chosen Brothers) – Rhythm & Sound
Babylon Dub 1 – Paul Fox
Bad Minded Dub – Leroy Smart
A Living Version – The Aggrovators
Crazy World – Panda Dub
Babylon Attack – Far East Band
Dub Struggle – Vibronics
Take Cover – Israel Vibration
Settle Babylone – Winston McAnuff & the Bazbaz Orchestra
Babylon Fall Dubwize – Negritage
Sufferation Dub – Brain Damage / Vibronics
Babylonia – Pressure Dub Sound
Babylon Dub 2 – Augustus Pablo
Dub Mi Nuh Babylon – Ackboo
Babylon River Dub – Alien Dread
Chant Down the Walls of Babylon – Social Living Sound
National Style – Little Axe
Burning Babylon Down Vibes – Akila Barrett & the Wailers Band
Babylon Dub 3 – Vibronics
House of Sin (remix) – Lee 'Scratch' Perry
War Zone – Sly & Robbie
Darkest Night Version – The Chuckles





Money is not Our God (Babylon Dub) – Killing Joke
Stop & Frisk – Ted Sirota / Scientist
You Lie Dub – King Culture
Fuck the Racists (Cosmopolitan mix) – Anima Sound System
No Government – Iries in Roots
Tribulation Dub – Mafia & Fluxy
War & Crime Dub – Val Dawa (Dawa Hifi)
Dub Missiles Against NWO – Miniman
Hypocrisy Dub (live Version) – Soul Majestic
Stop the Dub Fight – Leroy Smart
Mugger in the Hi-Wah – Soferno B
To Be Rich Should Be a Crime – Jeb Loy Nichols
Hazard Dub – Aldubb
Dub Over Evil (featuring Murray Man) – Miniman
De System – Mutabaruka
Police Brutality Dub – Fred Locks
Gun Too Hot – Dub Syndicate
Dub the Government – Sly & Robbie
Stop Your Lying Dub – Alpha & Omega
Empire’s Falling – Dub Syndicate
Radical Intruder – Black Out
I Shot the Sheriff Dub – The Wailers
Dub in the Time of War – S.O.J.A. (Soldiers of Jah Army)





Days Ain't Bright (Gary Clunk remix) – Ackboo featuring Horace Andy
Dubbing Against Oppression – Fred Locks
Healing of the Nations – Roots Tonic meets Bill Laswell
Dub Mightier Than the Sword – Alpha & Omega
Warrior in the Dub – Dub Engine
Throw Down Your Gun – Dub Syndicate
Break Free Dub – Yami Bolo
Dub Revolution (Raw Shaka mix) – The Disciples
Dub Freedom – Michael Rose
Tear Down the Walls – Black Roots
Throw Away Your Guns/Whatchagonadoonthejudgementday – Suns of Arqa (featuring Prince Far I)
Rastafari Army – Brother Culture
Declaration of Peace – Miniman
Dub Revolution - Dub Presidents
Sounds of Freedom – The Rootsman
Underprivileged Dub – Leroy Smart
Heal the Nation Dub – Scientist
Struggle Dub – Black Roots
Warrior Dub – Celt Islam (featuring the Renegade Sufi)
None Shall Escape the Dubment – Johnny Clarke
Where from Here – Little Axe
We Need a Solution – Tokyo Tower
I Wish You Were Here – Alpha Blondy
 


A 23 Skidoo Joint Drop,
 

10 December 2016

Staying in Style



Roots Radics - Eric 'Bingy Bunny' Lamont & Dwight Pickney – guitar;  Gladstone Anderson – piano; Wycliffe 'Steely' Johnson – organ; Dean Fraser & Ronald 'Nambo' Robinson – horns; Errol 'Flabba' Holt – bass; Christopher 'Sky Juice' Blake – percussion; & Lincoln Valentine 'Style' Scott – drums. Mixed & recorded at Channel One by Scientist in 1982.


Roots Radics – Radicfaction, Cha Cha Music CHALP0012, 1982.
decryption code in comments

Side A –
Weep & Wail
Gunman
Radicfaction
Inforce'a
Road Block

Side B –
Babylon Armed
Dread in Confrontation
Changes
M16
Judgement Time

Babylon armed & reloaded,

05 December 2016

The True Dub Style






Dub in Style is an eleven track dub album celebrating the memory of Lincoln 'Style' Scott, legendary drummer of the Roots Radics band who was brutally murdered in his home last year. All the riddims on Dub In Style were recorded with Style Scott at Tuff Gong Recording Studios in Kingston, Jamaica.


Zion I Kings – Dub in Style: A Zion I Kings Tribute to Style Scott,
Lustre Kings Productions, 2016.
decryption code in comments

tracklist –

JAH Mercy Dub (feat. Ziggi Recardo, Earl Sixteen, & Taranchyla)
Cold War Dub (feat. Jahdan Blakkamoore & Lutan Fyah)
Generation Again Dub (feat. Akae Beka)
Sweetest Thing Dub (Feat. Jahdan Blakkamoore)
Spare Change Dub
Dub for Ashes (feat. Akae Beka)
Snow Hill Dub (feat. Sara Azriel)
Dutchie Dub (feat. Glen Washington & Chet Samuel)
For the Children Dub (feat. Kabaka Pyramid & Jahdan Blakkamoore)
Dub a Warriah (feat. Akae Beka)
Nothing No Wrong Dub (feat. Pressure Busspipe & Akae Beka)

Priors Lincoln,

03 December 2016

Minty



So we’ve kept up with Mark Stewart since Pop Group…with the Maffia & solo projects. Now we’ve had an in-depth view of Gareth Sager. But what of Bruce Smith? I’m not going into as much detail as the truly informative four-part saga from Jonder. I’m just too much a lazy sod, so I’m just lumping this stuff all together. It is, however, a great listen. Tried to accentuate the beats, man. I stuck some great Vivian Stanshall featuring drums via Bruce in the mix as an additional treat.

Here goes…





The Pop Group 1.0 – Mark Stewart, Gareth Sager, Simon Underwood [until he left to join Pigbag then Dan Catsis], John Waddington, & Bruce Smith.

The Slits – (Ari Up lead vocals, keyboards, & percussion, Viv Albertine guitar, vocals, Tessa Pollitt bass, & Bruce drums & percussion – Dennis Bovell 2,3,4,6,7 Dick O’Dell others)

New Age Steppers -

African Head Charge -

PiL -

Rip Rig & Panic -

Float Up CP -

Playgroup –

Vivian Stanshall (kinda 67%)
This record was recorded on 8 track equipment during August Bank Holiday 1983 in All Saints Road London W11.

Plus various one-offs –

Terence Trent D’Arby
The The
Björk
Sweetback

Recently Bruce has been pounding the skins for both PiL & The Pop Group again.

PiL 3.0

The Pop Group today: Mark Stewart – vocals; Gareth Sager – guitar, saxophone, & keyboards; Dan Catsis – bass guitar; & Bruce Smith – drums, percussion.



tracklist –

3’38 (She is Beyond Good & Evil 7")
Thief of Fire (Y)
Amnesty International Report (We are All Prostitutes 7")
Where There’s a Will (The Slits/The Pop Group split 7")
Rob a Bank (For How Much Longer do We Tolerate Mass Murder?)
God Problems Communism (live)
Hotter than 1000 Suns (live) (Idealists in Distress from Bristol 2xCD) – The Pop Group 1.0
Earthbeat (Return of the Giant Slits) – The Slits
Animal Space (The New Age Steppers)
My Love (My Love 7")
Painstaker (Threat to Creation) – New Age Steppers
In a Trap (Environmental Studies) – African Head Charge
Open & Revolving (Happy?)
Same Old Story (9) – PiL
Shadows Only There Because of the Sun (God 2xLP)
Go Go Go (This is It) (Go, Go, Go! (This is It) 7")
Take a Don Key to Mystery (I am Cold 2xLP)
Storm the Reality Asylum (extended mix) (Storm the Reality Asylum)
Sunken Love (Attitude) – Rip Rig & Panic
Ghost Train Drive (Kill Me in the Morning) – Float Up CP
Going Overdrawn (Epic Sound Battles-Chapter Two) – Playgroup
Sir Henry at Ndidi’s Kraal pt. 1
Sir Henry at Ndidi’s Kraal pt. 2
Sir Henry at Ndidi’s Kraal pt. 3 – Vivian Stanshall
Seven More Days (Introducing the Hardline...) – Terence Trent D’Arby
Helpline Operator (Dusk) – The The
Crying (Debut) – Björk
Things You’ll Never Know
Circles (Stage [2]) – Sweetback
One Drop (This Is PiL 2xLP)
Spice of Choice (What the World Needs Now…) – PiL now
Box 9 (Citizen Zombie)
Instant Halo
Days like These (Honeymoon on Mars) – Pop Group 2.0

Enjoy,





CHAPTER FOUR: GARETH SAGER GETS BENT



Gareth Sager and Davy Henderson have had similar careers.  Both are veterans of influential post-punk bands (Henderson helmed the Fire Engines).  Both took a shot at the pop charts (Sager with Head, and Henderson with his trio Win).  Each then forged his own eclectic path (Henderson with The Nectarine No.9, and Sager with Pregnant and CC Sager).   Both have been deeply influenced by the "formal eccentricities" of Sun Ra and Captain Beefheart.  

Gareth Sager joined The Nectarine No. 9 for two albums.  Henderson sang three songs on Sager's solo album, Slack Slack Music.  The Nectarine No. 9 performed CC Sager's "Johnny Bristol Flu" during their recent reunion shows, and they once covered Head's "Tiger Tiger" (see Chapter 1).




"That guitar player from Bristol, the one who used to be in Head" was poet Jock Scot's collaborator on The Caledonian Blues, just as "Davy fucking Henderson" and the NN9 backed Jock Scot on his debut album, My Personal Culloden.  Sager and Scot performed a cover of Cockney Rebel's "Faith Healer" with a band called Port Sulphur.   Jock Scot died this year, and a documentary on his life called "Services To Rock And Roll" is in the making.

Much of Sager and Henderson's music was released by The Creeping Bent Organisation:  Slack Slack Music, CC Sager's The Last Second Of Normal Time, the Port Sulphur single. and several records by the NN9 and Henderson's current band The Sexual Objects.

In 2010, Gareth Sager reunited with his Pop Group bandmates Mark Stewart, Bruce Smith, and Dan Catsis.  The quartet released an album of new songs last year, and another this year.  Sager continues to perform with Davy Henderson and other Creeping Bent confederates, sometimes backing Vic Godard.  This brings us to the present day, and the closing chapter of our Sager saga.



Tracklist -
 Silver Street Blues (with Jock Scot)
On Fire Stickers (with The Nectarine No.9)
Misunderstanding (with Jock Scot)
The Unfunkadelic (with the NN9)
Trip to Butlins (with Jock Scot)
Pong Fat 6 (with the NN9)
Winching Advice (with Jock Scot)
It's Raining for Some Cloudy Reason (with the NN9)
Blues in the Company of Angels (with Jock Scot)
(sic) (with the NN9)
Grunge Girl Groan (Jock Scot complains about Sager)
The Faith Healer (Port Sulphur feat. Jock Scot & Gareth Sager)
Dollar Hungry (with Davy Henderson)
Not Since the Accident (with Davy Henderson)
Her Saucepan is Rouge (with Davy Henderson)
The Johnny Bristol Flu (The NN9 covers CC Sager)
S.O.P.H.I.A. (The Pop Group)
Shadow Child (The Pop Group)
City of Eyes (The Pop Group)
War Inc. (The Pop Group)
Burn Your Flag (The Pop Group)

Thaaats All, Folks,
jonder

02 December 2016

Don the Mask : These are the Conscious Sounds



Next will be the fourth installment of the Gareth Sager Saga(r). & yes, I'm going to see Pere Ubu next Wednesday. Fiddling while Rome burns. WTF!!!

Anonymous – Anonymous in Dub, Conscious Sounds AN01, 2015.
decryption code in comments

Side A –
We Are Anonymous
Hacktivist Dub
Guy Fawkes
Freedom of Speech
Cyber Surveillance

Side B –
Man Without a Head
Decentralized Dub
Cyber Attack
No Leadership
Disambiguation Dub

We are Legion,
we do not forgive,
we do not forget,
expect us,

ANØN

19 November 2016

Babylon Arising : The Musickal . . . A Law of Five Production




The Richest Man in Babylon – Thievery Corporation
The Election Pt. 1 – Andy Fairley
Babylon’s Burning – The Ruts
Downpressor Man – Sinéad O’Connor
Babylon – King Kong
Move Out Babylon Rastaman – Johnny Clarke
Immigrant Dub – Prince Jammy
Leave Babylon – Prince Far I
Babylon Blow Down – King Tubby
Stop Oppression Now – King Tubby
Babylone a Fall (12” mix) – The Prophets
March Down Babylon – The Wackies Rhythm Force & the Chosen Brothers
Edge of No Control Pt 1 – Meat Beat Manifesto
Laughing Babylon – Fat Man Riddim Section
Babylon Insight – Dubaphonic
Go to Hell Dub – Twinkle Brothers
Babylon Yard Dub – King Tubby featuring Johnny Clarke
Babylon Spanking – The Wackies Rhythm Force & Johnny Clarke
The Paranoia of Power – Mark Stewart
Keep Cool Babylon – Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus
Rivers of Babylon – Charlie Hunter, Chinna Smith, & Ernest Raglin
War Mongers – Bim Sherman
War In A Babylon – Max Romeo



Walking Through Babylon – Thievery Corporation
A Nation Responds – Andy Fairley
Burning Babylon – Burning Babylon
False Leader – Gary Clail
Babylon 1 – African Disciples
Dreads Leaving Babylon – Tommy McCook & the Supersonics
Shackles & Chains – Earl Zero & the Soul Syndicate
Babylon De Pon Fire – Truth, Fact, & Correct
Babylon Falling – The Heptones
Who Pays the Piper – Gary Clail
Babylon a Fall – King Burnett
Down Here in Babylon – Brent Dowe
Edge of No Control Pt 2 – Meat Beat Manifesto
Mistry Babylon Dub – The Heptones
Babylon System – Audley Rollens
Wicked Kingdom – Noah House of Dread
Dub the (Cramp Babylon) Plan – Rockers All Stars
Tear Down Babylon – Dan I Locks featuring Indica Dubs
The Noose is Getting Tighter – Gary Clail
Chant Down Babylon Kingdom (12” mix) – The Prophets w/ Trinity
Ashes of Babylon – Burning Babylon
Nuclear Weapon – Prince Far I
War Ina Babylon (alternative Dub) – Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry & the Upsetters



Illusion of the Revolution – My Neighbor Is
Dub in Babylon – Stud AllStars
Babylon (Chapter 5) – Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry & the Upsetters
Get Lost Babylon (12” mix) – Yabby You
Train to Doomsville – Lee Perry & Dub Syndicate
Leaving Babylon Dub – King Tubby & Soul Syndicate
Babylon Falling Dub – The Heptones
Shall Not Dwell in Wickedness – Prince Far I
Babylon Shall Fall – Jah Warrior
Down in a Babylon (unreleased alternate cut) – Johnny Clarke
Slipping into Darkness (vocal Dub) – Black Uhuru
Beat Down Babylon – Junior Byles
Mystery Babylon – The Heptones
Babylon Ambush – Dubkasm
No Alternative (but to Fight) – Dub Syndicate
Stop the War Ina Babylon – The Upsetters featuring James Brown
Babylon Police Thief Dub – Augustus Pablo & the Upsetters
I Shot the President – Joe Gibbs & the Professionals
Blood of Babylon (unreleased Dubplate mix) – Barrington Spence
WW3 – Junior Delgado
Babylon’s Burning – Scratch, Maxie, & Niney
The Election pt 2 – Andy Fairley
The Richest Man in Babylon (GCORP Dub remix)

Bun Dung di Bumboclot,

13 November 2016

Make Amerikkka Break Again




Pussy Riot - Make America Great Again

11 November 2016

Like Hunter S., Leonard Knew it Was Time to Go





Everybody knows that the dice are loaded
Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed
Everybody knows the war is over
Everybody knows the good guys lost
Everybody knows the fight was fixed
The poor stay poor, the rich get rich
That's how it goes
Everybody knows

Everybody knows that the boat is leaking
Everybody knows that the captain lied
Everybody got this broken feeling
Like their father or their dog just died
Everybody talking to their pockets
Everybody wants a box of chocolates
And a long-stem rose
Everybody knows

And everybody knows that it's now or never
Everybody knows that it's me or you
And everybody knows that you live forever
Ah, when you've done a line or two
Everybody knows the deal is rotten
Old Black Joe's still pickin' cotton
For your ribbons and bows
And everybody knows

And everybody knows that the Plague is coming
Everybody knows that it's moving fast
Everybody knows that the naked man and woman
Are just a shining artifact of the past
Everybody knows the scene is dead
But there's gonna be a meter on your bed
That will disclose
What everybody knows

And everybody knows that you're in trouble
Everybody knows what you've been through
From the bloody cross on top of Calvary
To the beach of Malibu
Everybody knows it's coming apart
Take one last look at this Sacred Heart
Before it blows
And everybody knows

Adios!