Eek-a-Mouse: Wa-Do-Dem, LP (Vinyl)
Eek-a-Mouse: Wa-Do-Dem, LP (Vinyl)
€17.90
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Eek-a-Mouse : Wa-Do-Dem

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
reissue of classic 1982 Rub-A-Dub album, mixed by Barnabas, Prince Jammy and Scientist at Channel One and King Tubby's, backings by the Roots Radics
  • Greensleeves Records
  • (GREL 31)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 601811003114
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Ganja Smuggling

A2

Long Time Ago

A3

Operation Eradication

A4

There's A Girl In My Life

A5

Slowly But Surely

B1

Wa-Do-Dem

B2

Lonesome Journey

B3

I Will Never Leave My Love

B4

Noah's Ark

B5

Too Young To Understand

Credits

Backing Band
  • Roots Radics
Mastered By
  • Steve Angel
Mixed By
  • Barnabas
  • Prince Jammy
  • Scientist
Producer
  • Henry "Junjo" Lawes
Recorded By
  • Barnabas
  • Prince Jammy
Written By

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