• 1. Rise And Fall
  • 2. Rise In Dub

Rare 1975 recording from Rupie Edwards, recorded at Lee Perry's Black Ark studio with stripped down rhythm dub on the flip. Limited repress from Horus Records, one of two new "Success" label repo's.

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