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Wackies Rhythm Force

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1.1
Beautiful Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
2:53
1.2
Dangerous Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:16
1.3
Dub My Love
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:01
1.4
Jah Know
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:15
1.5
Majesty Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:04
1.6
My Love Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:01
1.7
Warn Them Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:18
1.8
Just Enough
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:12
1.9
Friends In Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:09
1.10
Boy Crew Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:18
1.11
Zion Children Dub
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:21
1.12
Revell Dubwise
Wackies Rythmn Force
4:14
Total Playing Time    49:02
The Wackies Rhythm Force are a loose collective formed by dub producer Llowd "Bullwackie" Barnes and his collaborations with many reggae vocalists in his Bronx studio during the 80s - all released on the wackies label.

Barnes (whose nickname is Bullwackie) worked with many vocalists, including such luminaries as Horace Andy, Wayne Jarrett, and Junior Delahaye as well as others: Love Joys, Naggo Morris, Meditations, Stranger Cole, Sugar Minott, Clive Field Marshall, and Leroy Sibbles.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bull Wackies Music Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6, 8, 9, 11, 12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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