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  1. JoJogrel

    Mad Professor – Dubbing With Anansi (Ariwa Sounds) LP / CD / DL. Out Now. 9/ Guyanese Dub legend Mad Professer releases his new album. Louder Than War’s Paul Scott-Bates reviews. He might not be a Professor, he may be a little wayward though. One thing is for sure and that is that Neil Joseph Stephen Fraser (aka Mad Professor) is a.
  2. Tygokasa

    Jan 31,  · Maroon review written by Souranath Banerjee A disturbingly beautiful psychological thriller! My Ratings: /5 Our mind plays all kinds of tricks, often dangerously merging the line between reality and imagination. And we poor mortals, dazed and .
  3. Shaktirg

    Maroon 5 signed with Octone Records and recorded their debut album in The album Songs About Jane, was released in June and topped the charts in Australia, France, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Its lead single "Harder to Breathe" received heavy airplay, which helped propel the album to number 6 on the US Billboard
  4. Fauran

    Jun 24,  · Mad Professor 3) Dubbing With The Kibutz - Faya Horns Feat. Mad Professor 4) African Warrior Dub - Faya Horns Feat. Mad Professor 5) City Of Dub - Faya Horns Feat. Mad Professor 6) Innat Tatahaf Means Allah - Faya Horns Feat. Mad Professor 7) Third Eye - Faya Horns Feat. Mad Professor 8) Angel Dub - Mad Professor Feat. Faya Horns 9) Ark Of Dub.
  5. Masida

    Hello there. My name is Paul Maroon. I’m a professional musician who’s played in bands for the past 30 years, most recently in a group called The Walkmen. In that time, I’ve picked up a fair.
  6. Molkree

    21 years since its original release, Massive Attack will be releasing a previously unheard dub version of their album 'Mezzanine' from British dub icon Mad Professor. Last year - in true Massive Attack style - the band celebrated the 20th anniversary of 'Mezzanine' by encoding the album into DNA raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo year on and we are being treated with a (slightly less dystopian) vinyl release of.
  7. Votaxe

    A term of derision often uttered by Bugs Bunny when referring to an interaction with a dopey adversary. It is a mispronunciation of the word "Moron".

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