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King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown

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Keep on Dubbing
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
3:07
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Stop Them Jah
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:49
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03
Young Generation Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:29
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04
Each One Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:55
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555 Dub Street
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:43
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Braces Tower Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:53
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King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:33
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08
Corner Crew Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:57
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Say So
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
3:08
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10
Skanking Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:39
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Frozen Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
2:51
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Satta Dub
Artist: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby
4:18
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 35:22

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