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King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi

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Dub Of Rights
3:36
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Higher Ranking
3:29
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A Stalawatt Version
3:05
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King Tubby's In Fine Style
3:16
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African Sounds
3:31
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Channel One Under Heavy Manners
3:26
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Channel Get Knockout
3:27
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The Champion Version
3:20
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Stealing Version
2:51
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Satta Dread Dub
2:35
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Crazy Dub
3:33
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Dreada Version
3:12
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No Love Version
3:15
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Hold Them In Dub (Bonus Track)
3:23
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Step It Up In Dub (Bonus Track)
3:56
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Dub With A View (Bonus Track)
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Dub To The Rescue (Bonus Track)
4:19
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A Rougher Version (Bonus Track)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 61:14

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