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Vibronics meets Brain Damage - Do U Remember
Vibronics meets Brain Damage
Do U Remember
10" | 2014 | UK | Original (Jarring Effects)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Part 1 of a limited edition series of 3 x 10" vinyl singles.6 tuff dubwise mixes from the Vibronics studio, spread across 3 limited edition 10" singles. As we approach the centenary of World War 1, our on-going "Empire Soldiers" project tells the stories of the troops from The Caribbean, Asia & Africa that fought of that terrible conflict. When two of Europe’s most notorious dub producers and an international cast of singers meet up to discus the start of the Great War 100 years ago, you know the results are going to be big. « Empire Soldiers » is the often overlooked story of the colonial troops in World War One, a heavyweight musical collaboration with an emotive set of lyrical tales from Africa, Asia and The Caribbean told by Madu Messenger, Parvez, Sir Jean and Mohammed El Amraoui.
Vibronics meets Brain Damage - Siege Of Kut
Vibronics meets Brain Damage
Siege Of Kut
10" | 2014 | UK | Original (Jarring Effects)
8,99 €* 9,99 € -10%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Part 2 of a limited edition series of 3 x 10" vinyl singles.6 tuff dubwise mixes from the Vibronics studio, spread across 3 limited edition 10" singles. As we approach the centenary of World War 1, our on-going "Empire Soldiers" project tells the stories of the troops from The Caribbean, Asia & Africa that fought of that terrible conflict. When two of Europe’s most notorious dub producers and an international cast of singers meet up to discus the start of the Great War 100 years ago, you know the results are going to be big. « Empire Soldiers » is the often overlooked story of the colonial troops in World War One, a heavyweight musical collaboration with an emotive set of lyrical tales from Africa, Asia and The Caribbean told by Madu Messenger, Parvez, Sir Jean and Mohammed El Amraoui.
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