• The Gladiators – Untrue Girl
    • Lee Perry – Real True Dub
    • 1. Untrue Girl
    • 2. Lee Perry – Real True Dub

    The Gladiators (Albert Griffiths, Clinton Fearon and Gallimore Sutherland) were regular session musicians for Lee Perry. They also recorded a few of their own songs with the Upsetter. One of them, "Untrue Girl" has Clinton Fearon as the writer and lead singer, plus a great early dub version.

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