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    Dice The Boss Tea House From Emperor Roscoe

    Harlem Shuffle
    • Dice The Boss – Tea House From Emperor Roscoe
    • Dice The Boss – Brixton Cat
    • 1. Tea House From Emperor Roscoe
    • 2. Brixton Cat

    "Tea House From Emperor Roscoe” by Dice The boss aka Pama Dice was first released as a B-side of the early Reggae classic “She Caught The Train” by Ray Martell released in 1970 on the Trojan sublabel Joe, whilst “Brixton Cat” was released in 1969 on the Duke Label under a Joe logo. Both titles are skinhead reggae classics that have never been reissued and are very much in demand.

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