Marvellous Cain ‎– Dub Plate Style

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Suburban Base Records ‎– SUBBASE47
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Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM
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A Dub Plate Style
Engineer – TangoProducer [Additional Production] – Paul Nugun
5:16
AA Jump Up
Engineer – Pascal
4:53

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Durations are not listed on release.

Track A samples:
Synth from Caron Wheeler - I Adore You
Vocal from Daddy Freddy - Baba Loo Baba La Baba Loo Baba Laba (Them No Bad Like Me)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022765 432471
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PAULS SUB BASE 47- A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): PAULS @ PORKYS' SUBBASE-47 B2

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footsoldier

footsoldier

May 12, 2018
Dubplate is the blinder here, immense tune that straight sends you back to the golden days, every ingredient boils it hotter!
theguvofwythenshawe2

theguvofwythenshawe2

August 12, 2017

"Dub Plate Style" alone was massively played on the pirates here in Manchester alone. Takes me back to my final year in school (was 15 when this first got cained on the illegal airwaves in late '94 so was too young to attend raves at that point).

Both "Dub Plate Style" and "Jump Up" timeless classics on the legendary Suburban Base label!
Vinylexchanger

Vinylexchanger

June 29, 2013
Like moogacid - I too am surprised that no one has taken the time to review until now (2013). The track for me is Jump Up, the Korg M1 strings and the R&B vocal set it off. I'm always more impressed with a track that doesn't employ the over used amen beat. It's a macho thing. The ladies prefer the rollers...
moogacid

moogacid

April 17, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
'Dub Plate Style' was an instant classic in clubs & on pirate. Very well produced.
Surprised there's not been more comments...