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Rupie Dan
My Black Race

My Black Race


Rupie Dan


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1x Vinyl 12" Limited Edition Reissue



Release date

May 29, 2023



Rupie Dan My Black Race 333

Killer Dub

333 records drops a much needed reissue of Rupie Dan's "My Black Race" 12" from 1982. A huge Shaka selection featuring one of the heaviest dubs available from this era of U.K. roots production. Originally written and produced by Rupie for his Flag Records label, with engineering from Tony Addis (later of Addis Posse and the Warriors Dance label.)

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My Black Race


Black Race Dub

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