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Scientist - Jah Life In Dub album mp3


A1 Jah Life In Dub
A2 I'm The Only In Dub
A3 Shaolin Dub
A4 English Dub
A5 Collie Dub
B1 Bounty Dub
B2 My Heart Is Dub
B3 Skylarking Dub
B4 What You Gonna Dub
B5 Moonlight Dub

Companies, etc.

  • Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
  • Manufactured By – Deeper Knowledge
  • Distributed By – Bond Export
  • Recorded At – Channel One Recording Studio


  • Bass – Errol "Flabba" Holt
  • Cover – O'Neil Nanco
  • Drums – Carlton "Santa" Davis
  • Keyboards – Gladstone "Glady" Anderson*
  • Lead Guitar – Earl "Chinna" Smith
  • Mixed By – Scientist
  • Percussion – Christopher "Skyjuice" Blake*
  • Rhythm Guitar – Bo-Peep*


Six out of the ten tracks are previously unreleased mixes. The album is housed in the original sleeves that were printed when the album was originally planned for release in the 80's.

This album is not to be mistaken for the Untitled Revolutionary Sounds dub LP which was often housed in this album sleeve and often was referred to as »Jah Life in Dub«. They are two different albums.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JL-013CD Scientist Jah Life In Dub ‎(CD, Album) Jah Life JL-013CD US 2015
JL-013 Scientist Jah Life In Dub ‎(LP, Album, Blu) Jah Life JL-013 US 2015
none Scientist Jah Life In Dub ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 256) Jah Life none US 2017

Scientist - Jah Life In Dub album mp3
Performer: Scientist
Genre: Reggae
Title: Jah Life In Dub
Country: US
Released: 2014
Style: Roots Reggae, Dub
MP3 version ZIP size: 1663 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1754 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 535
Other Formats: WMA WAV AA AUD DMF MP1 XM

This is a great dub album. Heavy charging rhythms.The first copies pressed used up original sleeves which were printed way back. They had been stored carefully.They stickered them on reverse with contemporary info.Then they printed new sleeves for the rest of the run.I ordered quickly from Juno at the time and got an original sleeve .... but when I visited a local shop they had the newly printed sleeves.
Heavy & clean reissue !
in the image you see here you cant recognize that address mail is a picture card applied on the sleeves
Rocky Basilisk
Not sure how these can be the original sleeves from the 1980's when there is an email address printed on the back!
I believe they mean "original artwork." Typically the sleeves are made first at a printer and are shipped to the vinyl plant (and the pressed LP can be put into the sleeve immediately after it's made), so the story that the LP was shelved and they used the sleeve for a different dub LP back in the 80's sounds plausible, particularly if the label was facing hard times-- they paid for the sleeves so they used them rather than take a loss.
The first batch of sleeves are from 1980. I got one from Juno and it's stickered with new details on the reverse. However - when I went to the local record shop I noticed that they had an issue in with a newly printed sleeve.