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      April 5, 2012, at 11:39 pm

      Hit Bound With Channel One

      Deeper Knowledge Records - I RoyDeeper Knowledge/Digikiller continue their series of Channel One re-issues with a selection of three 10″ singles and two 7″s out now:

      • Patrick Andy – Join Me /Self Control
        Released on a 10″ single. The A side was originally released on a Hitbound 10″ around ’83. The b side is previously unreleased and is on the Revolution rhythm, as used at Channel One for Barrington Levy’s Black Roses. Both sides come complete with their versions.

      • I-Roy – Sky Juice And Festival Dumpling /Version
        Over the original rhythm for Pay Them by Enforcer, Sky Juice And Festival Dumpling was previously only released on I Roy’s Musical Shark Attack LP, this is the first issue on 7″ single and the first release for the version side, and what a version!

      • Deeper Knowledge Records - Tony Tuff

      • I-Roy – Semi-Classical Natty Dread /Revolutionaries – Drastic
        Another Enforcer original, this time Ride On Marcus and again the first time on single after originally being issued on the Musical Shark Attack LP. The version was also previously issued on LP only, on the Revolutionaries’ Sounds Vol. 2 album.

      • Clarence Parks – Mount Zion/ Been So Long
        Two previously unreleased Clarence Parks tunes issued on a 10″ complete with version sides. Mount Zion sounds very similar to the Drifter rhythm, the vocal follows the melody too. Been So Long is on the same rhythm as Half Pint’s Freedom Fighter.

      • Tony Tuff – Seperation /Come Along
        Another 10″, both Tony Tuff tunes have previously been played out on dub but this is the first official issue. Seperation is as good a Tony Tuff tune as you will hear – lovely stuff. Come Along is on the Take A Ride/Truth And Rights rhythm.

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