Ghost Inna Dub' is the sophomore album from Screaming Soul, a collaboration between MC/Producer Lucid Mover and Reggae singer Ghetto Priest. This album is a sequel to their debut 'Ghost in a Shell', which was released in August 2011 on Emerging Species.
'Ghost Inna Dub' features Dub remixes by genre pioneer Adrian Sherwood of On-U Sound and his protege Nick 'Mutant Hi-Fi' Coplowe (Prince Fatty/Hollie Cook/Battle For Seattle), two legends in their own rights who have brought a completely new twist to the group's music.
“A radical re-versioning” - Mojo Magazine
Sherwood's mixes were both recorded as live single-takes at On-U Sound studio in the traditional King Tubby style, but Coplowe chose to take a radically different approach at his Ironworks studio, completely changing the songs from their original format.
“One of the freshest, dynamic and brilliantly produced dub albums you'll hear” - Clash Magazine
With the release of 'Ghost Inna Dub', Screaming Soul have truly cemented their place at the cutting edge of the UK music scene, demonstrating that they are a force to be reckoned with.
released 12 March 2012
released March 19, 2012
Lucid Mover, Ghetto Priest, Mutant HiFi and Adrian Sherwood.
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