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TREVOR JACKSON PRESENTS SCIENCE FICTION DANCEHALL CLASSICS Vinyl LP

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Cat no. ONULP129

Tracklist:s

Disc: 1

1. Missing Brazilians - Ace Of Wands

2. Dub Syndicate - Over Board

3. African Head Charge - Off The Beaten Track

4. Creation Rebel & New Age Steppers - Chemical Specialist

5. Suns Of Arqa - Asian Rebel

6. New Age Steppers - Animal Space

7. Alan Pellay - Parasitic Machine

8. The Chicken Granny - Quit The Body

9. African Head Charge - Stebeni's Theme

10. Neneh Cherry & The Circuit - Dead Come Alive

11. Atmosfear - When Tonight Is Over (US Thunder Mix)

12. The Circuit - Loudspeaker (alternate version)

13. Fats Comet - Dee Jay's Program

14. Tackhead - Now What?

15. Keith LeBlanc - Move

Disc: 2

1. Fats Comet - Dub Storm

2. Voice Of Authority - Stopping And Starting

3. African Head Charge - Latin Temperament

4. Mark Stewart + The Maffia - The Wrong Name And The Wrong Number (Original Version)

5. Singers & Players - Kunta Kinte Dub

6. Bim Sherman - Melody Dub

7. Shara Nelson & The Circuit - Aiming At Your Heart Pt.2

8. Playgroup - Forty Winks

9. Dub Syndicate - Drilling Equipment

10. New Age Steppers - Radial Drill

11. Missing Brazilians - Quicksand Beach Party

12. Little Annie - 77 Emerging Strips

A curated selection of classics, rarities and unreleased tracks from the On-U Sound vaults by DJ & Audio Visual artist Trevor Jackson (aka Playgroup / Underdog), renowned for his Metal Dance compilations of industrial-dance on Strut Records, having worked with the likes of LCD Soundsystem and Four Tet via his Output Recordings Label, and a recently released acclaimed multi edition album of his own music (FORMAT) via the vinyl factory.

This is the electro-fried avant-garde side of On-U Sound. Whilst still containing the dub DNA that define Adrian Sherwood's productions, these tracks document a period when this sonic vision was realised through saturated sheets of electronics, reverberating drum machines and extreme chopped-up tape edits.