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King Scratch - Lee "Scratch" Perry
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Track Listing
  1. People Funny Boy
  2. Tighten Up
  3. Return of Django
  4. Shocks of Mighty
  5. Place Called Africa
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  1. People Funny Boy
  2. Tighten Up
  3. Return of Django
  4. Shocks of Mighty
  5. Place Called Africa
  6. All Africans aka Don't Cross the Nation
  7. Beat Down Babylon
  8. Words of My Mouth
  9. Bucky Skank
  10. Jungle Lion
  11. Hurt So Good
  12. Curley Locks
  13. Bushweed Corntrash
  14. Stay Dread
  15. Three Blind Mice
  16. Do It Baby (aka Nice and Easy)
  17. Natty Pass Through Rome
  18. One Step Forward/Ital Corner
  19. Sufferer's Time
  20. Police and Thief aka Police and Thieves
  21. Roast Fish and Corn Bread
  22. Sipple Out Deh aka War in a Babylon
  23. Fire Fe the Vatican
  24. Rise and Shine
  25. Chase the Devil/Disco Devil
  26. Voodooism
  27. Open the Gate
  28. Roots Train
  29. Soul Fire
  30. Cross Over
  31. At the Feast (Of the Passover)
  32. Free Up the Prisoners
  33. Sons of Slaves
  34. Big Neck Policeman
  35. Neckodeemus aka Nicodemus
  36. Bafflin' Smoke Signal
  37. One Drop
  38. I Am a Madman
  39. Exodus
  40. Jamaican E.T.
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Appearing a year after Lee "Scratch" Perry's death at the age of 85, King Scratch is the late musician's first posthumous anthology, though far from his first compilation issued by Trojan Records. The collection mainly focuses on Perry's work from the '60s and '70s, from early rocksteady singles (like his own "People Funny Boy," a vicious putdown of former employer Joe Gibbs, and Upsetters tracks like "Return of Django") to productions from his legendary Black Ark studio, with only a taste of his later output at the end of ...

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