Dub Boy
Rooted and Grounded
Posted by markie
on 3 February 2009 (11:05:46)
Lovely to hear a little bit of Bristol again, even though I now live way oop north! Ah, ruffnek diskotek, so much bass that my chest felt like a spin dryer :-)
Posted by adam smallaxe
on 14 August 2008 (22:30:39)
I-man like the set - it mek we smile, mek we feel upright I - Keep forward!
Posted by Dj Kleber
on 10 June 2009 (16:25:44)
Som de primeira qualidade. Parabéns, já fiz o download e vou começar a tocá-la na noite de São Paulo. Abrs, Dj Kleber
Posted by dark angel aka mowty
on 1 September 2010 (07:01:59)
zah zah!! www.myspace.com/darkangelintl www.facebook.com/mahlykamowty
Bristol-based dub and dancehall don Dub Boy returns to Spannered with a second speaker-quaking mix-up of bassline styles
Hot on the heels of his mix for Spannered from October last year, Tim Rayner, aka Dub Boy, graces the site's radio section once more, this time dropping a wide range of original and contemporary roots, dub & dancehall, from both Jamaica and Europe — with plenty of Bristolian goodness sprinkled throughout.
 
Tracklisting:
  • Beenie Man — Pardon (Taxi)
  • Lady Saw — Married Man (Taxi)
  • Mr Vegas — Lean Wid It(Taxi)
  • Sugar Minott — Tune In (Taxi)
  • Sugar Minott & Bounty Killer — Tune In (Taxi)
  • Taurus & Jimmy Riley — Pull Up Selector (Taxi)
  • Shabba Ranks — Respect (Shang)
  • Barrington Levy — Murderer (Jah Life)
  • Carlton Livingston — 100 lbs of Collie Weed (Jah Life)
  • RSD — Murderah (Unreleased)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Mikey Murka — Back on the Scene (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Soom T — Did you Know? (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Rock — Inna Dancehall (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Brother Culture — Ing (MJ Mix) (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Carl Meeks — Higher Level (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi ft. Top Cat — Herbalist (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Junior Delgado — One Blood (Fashion)
  • Junior Reid — One Blood (J.R. Productions)
  • Junior Delgado — Dub School (Fashion)
  • Junior Byles — Fade Away (Jama)
  • Disrupt — THC 1138 (Werk)
  • King Tubby — Fade Out (Firehouse)
  • Disrupt — Riddim Grid (Werk)
  • Mikey Dread — Saturday Night Style (Auralux)
  • RSD — Prophecy (Angels Egg)
  • Luciano — Just Hold On (Charlie's)
  • Chezidek — I Won't Change (Charlie's)
  • Fantan Mojah — Hold Dem Heads (Charlie's)
  • McPullish — Dub Change I (Charlie's)
  • McPullish — Aerophonic Dub (Charlie's)
  • Henry & Louis ft. Prince Green — Love Like (2 Kings)
  • System Error ft. Michael Rose — Time Bomb (Universal Egg)
  • VC — Gone (Dig Dis)
  • Rootz Underground — Victims of the System (Rootz Underground)
  • Dark Angel — Cool & Humble (Boka)
  • Mungo's Hi Fi — I Love Jah (Unreleased)
  • Etherealites — El Toro (Roots Garden)
  • Nick Fantastic — Kingdom Riddim (Massive B)
  • Collie Buddz — Let Me Know (Massive B)
  • Chezidek — Call Pon Dem (Massive B)
  • Richie Spice — Rooted & Grounded (Star Trail)
  • Richie Spice — The Plane Land (VP)
  • Richie Spice — Earth A Run Red (Henfield)
  • Taurus Riley — She Is Royal (Cannon)
  • Disrupt ft. Mikey Murka — Empress (Scotch Bonnet)
  • Henry & Louis meet Blue & Red ft. Willie Williams — Plastic World (BSI)
  • VC — Deeds Dub (Dig Dis)
  • Gussie P — Chill Out Dub (Sip A Cup)
  • Steretyp ft. Tikiman — Fling Style (G-Stone)
  • Smith & Mighty — Brain Scan (Angel's Egg)


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