Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

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Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby AT2JA » Sun Sep 15, 2013 3:20 am

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Have heard both good and bad about this album. What say the BAF massive? Another ROIR release!
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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby Mick Sleeper » Sun Sep 15, 2013 5:12 pm

From my Scratch website:

Satan's Dub is the dub companion to the tedious Satan Kicked The Bucket and actually makes for better listening than the vocal album. This is pretty average digital dub, and certainly more Bullwackie than Scratch. What makes it interesting is how bits of Scratch's vocals wander in and out of the room while samples of news broadcasts and documentaries play. Overall, a strange but likeable experience, but mostly disappointing, given how cool most Bullwackie's productions from a few years earlier sound.
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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby Novice » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:45 pm

I don't recall how the other tunes were but am I the only one who thinks the track Sweet Dreams off the Satan Kicked The Bucket album is a catchy little a ditty with a wonderfully maniacal vibe?
Sounds like a drunken ramble, the good kind(!?) very enjoyable to these ears...one take madness. Love it!!

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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby jb welda » Sun Sep 15, 2013 11:42 pm

remember you last brought up some overproduced aswad album and finally came to the conclusion that it really sucked?

well consider that record the best thing you have heard in the past 20 years compared to this current pile of plastic you have conjured up.

seriously. run, far and fast.

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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby AT2JA » Mon Sep 16, 2013 7:00 pm

Hear you loud and clear JB! :D My wallet thanks you!
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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby jb welda » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:46 pm

in all truth you could probably find a tune or two that would be ok, but I don't remember hearing any. I think I have it on cassette tape (roir was originally a tape-only company) and would probably send it to you if you really wanted it.

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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby edgar » Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:55 am

this album was made around the same time and is very nice and a 100 times better:

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thank you putting this on here- best reggae track ever, apart from most bob marley tracks
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Re: Lee "Scratch" Perry meets Bullwackie in Satans Dub

Postby edgar » Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:56 am

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thank you putting this on here- best reggae track ever, apart from most bob marley tracks
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