The Revolutionaries

Pressure Sounds * PSS015 * 2007

Kunta Kinte

Kunta Kinte

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Only previously available as a dub plate this forty five comes in a specially designed sleeve and is cut on extra heavy vinyl.

Reviews

Er.... Banging Track.

William Dorey, Jan 02, 2009
This track is wonderful, one of the best dub songs I have ever heard. The Revolutionaries really show that they are one of the best bands ever to come from Jamaica. A nice, very melodic track. I have listened to it about 5 times already today!

Foundation Chune

Relaxo (myspace.com/relaxadub), Apr 27, 2009
Thanks for bringing this gem back into the public's eye..a sound system killah/dance floor fillah!

True Dub Poetry

DJ Prince Lashing, Jun 03, 2009
The Revolutionaries provide for all to hear True Dub Poetry. Please turn up the bass and lower the treble level on your system and listen to the sound at optimum volume. Thank you for giving us an official release of this gem. We can hear Jah Shaka play it at one of his sessions to.

Simply Sublime

Barrington Duppy, Jun 26, 2012
Mere words cannot express how good this is. This 7" should be shot into space for Alien civilisations to see the pinnacle of Human creativity. Turn it up and feel your fillings rattle and your bowels loosen.

The Revolutionaries — Kunta Kinte

Mike, Jul 16, 2013
A Classic a must have worth every penny

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