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    Delroy Wilson Just Say Who

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    • Delroy Wilson – Just Say Who
    • King Tubby & The Agrovators – A Heavy Dub
    • 1. Delroy Wilson – Just Say Who
    • 2. King Tubby & The Agrovators – A Heavy Dub

    Wicked 1975 roots vocal version with deep dub by King Tubby, second cut to Horace Andy. Produced by Bunny Lee

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