Various ‎– King Size Dub Volume 1



Revolutionary Dub Warriors Walkabout (The Mix) 5:37
The Disciples (2) Africa Macka (6. Mix; Unreleased Version) 3:57
Zion Train Follow Like Wolves (Shakra-Remix; Unreleased Version) 4:13
Launch Dat Bad Boys (Instrumental-Remix) 6:24
Bim Sherman Feat. The Discoverers Sharks (Dub Mix) 3:07
All Nation Rockers Feat. Roots Lepkie Rockers Arise (7. Mix; Unrel. Version) 8:18
Small Axe A.k.a. The Ruts Witch Doctor (Moat Mix; Unreleased Version) 4:31
Dub Syndicate Let The Spirit Rise (The Mix) 7:43
Centry Meets The Music Family Release The Chains (3. Mix) 5:55
Iration Steppas High Rise Vibrations (Remix; Unreleased Version) 7:04
Dayjah Meets The Disciples (2) Rebirth (The Mix) 3:49
Molara Meets Zion Train Concious Dub (The Mix) 6:21
The Rootsman Rougher Than A Lion (The Mix) 4:46
Got To Move Featuring Bim Sherman Slummy Ghetto (The Mix) 4:56
Got To Move Featuring Bim Sherman Melting Pot Pt. 2 (The Mix) 5:17
The Rootsman Apocalyse (Strings Mix; Unreleased Version) 3:44
Molara Meets Zion Train Dub Suite - Oremi Dub & Dub Uranus (The Mix) 14:12
Dayjah Meets The Disciples (2) Ya Mo Be There (Extended Mix) 6:38
Iration Steppas International Foot Step (Universal Mix) 4:41
Dub Syndicate African Landing (The Mix) 6:39
Small Axe A.k.a. The Ruts Target (Moat Mix; Unreleased Version) 5:34
Fish & Goat At The Controls High Tide Shark Attack Dub (The Mix) 4:40
Bim Sherman Feat. The Syndicate* Brother & Sister (The Mix) 3:34
L.S. Diesel* Skunk Funk (The Mix) 5:43
Zion Train Tasilli Plain (The Mix) 5:18
The Disciples (2) Revolutionary Theme (The Mix; Unreleased Version) 6:38
Revolutionary Dub Warriors One Drop (The Mix) 4:36

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July 23, 2007
edited over 15 years ago
referencing King Size Dub Volume 1, 2xCD, Comp, EB 001

A fine selection of reggae dub songs here for the electronic fan. Spacey beats, island percussion, typical and fun reggae samples mixed into a bit more of a dance friendly then the usual dub laidback sounds of similar disks. A nice bridge for any electronic fan to crossover into a little bit of island flavor. You can hear why there were so many sequels in the King Size Dub series. A nice break from the norm, reggae will live for ever. SHABBA!