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Black Uhuru - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Some Albums you will never forget. Some albums are good from the start to the stop. Like this album. It's an album in the so-called Showcase Tradition: all tracks are extended. First, you'll hear the original track, with the full lyrics, and right after that the DUB version. All in one mix. This creates a special feeling of excitement, especially when the vocal goes over into the Dub mix. 

Killer vocal versions from Black Uhuru in, as some say, their best congregation. Puma Jones, Michael Rose and Duckie Simpson. It is a fact, that Mikael Rose has one of the strongest voices in reggae. It is also a fact, that Sly and Robbie created some of the hardest riddims in reggae. And these two are combined on this album. You will even hear Keith Richards (as some say) in a distorted guitar riff in a beautiful song called "Shine Eye Gal". Plastic Smile is another beauty. The moment the vocal turns into a version (the original into the dub version) always makes me exited on this album. Long echo's of Mikael's voice, mmm I love them. 

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