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Rhythm & Sound
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BURIAL MIX

Burial Mix numbers 6 to 12, classic after classic, like King In My Empire, Queen In My Empire, We Been Troddin'.



Mark Ernestus / DJ Pete / Sleeparchive Thursday May 7, Plastic People, London
Honest Jon's presents Mark Ernestus from Rhythm And Sound spinning 45s alongside DJ Pete from Substance and Scion Versions, with a live set from Sleeparchive. SOLD OUT.





Rhythm & Sound Free For All
A See Mi Yah version by Tikiman.





Rhythm & Sound Making History
With The Chosen Brothers in this instance Bullwackies himself.



Rhythm & Sound Mash Down Babylon
With The Chosen Brothers: a reworking of the heaviest cut on Prince Douglas' Dub Roots album. Bullwackies on the mic, then and now.



Rhythm & Sound Never Tell You
With Tikiman. The first Burial Mix.



Rhythm & Sound Queen In My Empire
When Japanese soundman Killasan played Jennifer Lara the Cornel version of this deadly rhythm, she insisted on making her reply.




Rhythm & Sound Showcase
Collecting the first five Burial Mix tens, all featuring Tikiman, with their dubs.




Rhythm & Sound The Versions
The dubs of Burial Mix numbers 6 to 12.



Rhythm & Sound We Been Troddin
With Shalom, aka Steve Harper, another long-time Wackies trooper, who had given up music for Christianity during the previous four years, and was coaxed to the mic here by Lloyd Barnes.




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