Rids The World Of The Evil Curse Of The Vampires

by Scientist

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Team Oktopus
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Team Oktopus Fun Fact: It doesn't really matter if you listen to this album up to 420, or even 666, times a day, you are still going to love it Favorite track: Your Teeth In My Neck.
Sarah MacGregor
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Sarah MacGregor One of my favorite albums... The only good system is a sound system, takes me back to a time when music was pure dubwise power... Very good sound effects. This is Halloween scary ?? I loving it so much I put in haunted house!! Everyone dancing and very happy, not scared but dancing!! Favorite track: Your Teeth In My Neck.
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Bearing the legend "issued under exclusive licence for the world excluding North America by Hopetown Overton Brown", the surprise appearance on CD only of the four long unavailable and highly sought after Scientist dub albums originally issued by Greensleeves between 1981 and 1982 is sure to put a smile on the face of any fan of the man's mixing style. They arrive from the US in CD sized facsimiles of the original covers, with all credits apparently intact but all mention of their original label of issue expunged. The sound quality is excellent and the presentation is very good. The follow up to Space Invaders, marred or enhanced according to your viewpoint by the "horror" voices and sound effects added post production on some tracks to accompany the vampire concept depicted by Tony McDermott's "spooky" sleeve art, Vampires features elegant dub mixes to tracks produced by Henry 'Junjo' :Lawes that served as backing tracks for the Wailing Souls, Michael Prophet and Johnny Osbourne, whose He Can Surely Turn The Tide (Plague Of Zombies) is simply mind-blowing.


Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio
Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
Published By – Greensleeves Publishing Ltd.
Published By – Sparta-Florida Music
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Greensleeves Records Ltd.
Copyright (C) – Greensleeves Records Ltd.

credits

released March 23, 1981

Bass – Flabba
Cover – Tony McDermott
Drums – Santa, Style
Featuring [As Themselves] – Roots Radics Band
Horns – Deadly Headley, Dean, Nambo Robinson
Keyboards – Ansel, Gladdie, Winston
Lead Guitar – Alan, Bo Pee
Mastered By – Ray Staff
Mixed By – Scientist
Percussion – Scully, Sky Juice, Sticky
Plated By – PAG
Producer, Arranged By – Henry Junjo Lawes
Rhythm Guitar – Bingy Bunny, Sowell

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