Dub Spencer & Trance Hill ‎– The Clashification Of Dub

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Guns Of Brixton
Lost In The Supermarket
This Is England
Train In Vain
The Call Up
Armagideon Time
Rock The Casbah
Bankrobber
Magnificent Seven
Police And Thieves
London Calling
Should I Stay Or Should I Go

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JohnSteel

JohnSteel

March 23, 2018
referencing The Clashification Of Dub, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, EB081
please notice: there is a second pressing available. March 2018
MrRobKaos

MrRobKaos

June 27, 2016
referencing The Clashification Of Dub, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, EB081

Very nice record, bit of a rigid groove on the drums but definitely going beyond the standards of the genre in terms of sound production.
aerocatone

aerocatone

March 1, 2016
referencing The Clashification Of Dub, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, EB081
Killer record, but the vinyl version is missing way too many tracks...which is very unfortunate, as two of the best songs are cd only. Shame.
phaks

phaks

October 18, 2014
referencing The Clashification Of Dub, CD, Album, Ltd, Num, EB081
Really a great/wonderful record. Clash classics in a dub mood. What I like most is that you hear that they produced/recorded it all in their studio. very natural drumssounds, for example. retro-guitars. then later overdubbed with some spacy sounds, echoes. the original melodies just used as trancy low reminders. and thanks for not singing.
For those who don't know The Clash, this is a modern high level dub record. swissmade.