Social Sundays 008: Ursu Dub

Jul 24, 2018
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The eighth stream of Social Sundays brings the reggae selector Ursu Dub. Just returned from a long trip to the Caribbeans he carefully crafted a nice selection of reggae and dub music.

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Playlist:
Linval Thompson - Poor and humble
Linval Thompson - Rock dub
Lo end dub - Stop the war
Echo Roots - Next generation
Ekss & Echo Roots - Chosen few dub
Meditative Sound - Vanity dub
Dub Tribulation - Herbal mediation
Mad Proffesor & Massive Attack - I spy
Scientist - Sailors dub
Chalice - Dancehall monic
Pinchers - More girls
Brain Damage - Da pun
Bily Boyo - Jah Jah made a Mc
Fikir Almak - Rasta soldier
Fikir Almac - No fear
Hempress Sativa - Boom
Wayne Wade - Down in Iran
Indica Dubs - Can't stop the rastaman
Iration Aystem - Sound system dna
Digis - Crucial stepper
Alpha & Omega - Walk like a warrior
Vibronics - Dub in the ghetto
Jahyu - Legacy
Naram - Raggamufin soldier
Ruff Series - Tick tick dub
Eek a Mouse - Ganja smuggling

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