Dubbing with the Banton

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ReleasedAugust 15, 2000
Genre Reggae/Dub Reggae
Label Germain/Penthouse Records
Producer Donovan Germain
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Dubbing with the Banton is an underground dub album by dancehall/reggae artist Buju Banton released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). The album is among the rarest Buju Banton albums ever as it was a limited release, primarily issued in Jamaica.


Track listing

  1. "What Ya Gonna Do?" (Clement Dodd) - 3:52
  2. "How Could You" (Dodd, Mark Myrie) - 4:05
  3. "Chuck It So" (Handel Tucker, Andre Tyrell) - 4:21
  4. "Untold Stories" (Glen Brownie, Handel Tucker) - 4:33
  5. "Wanna Be Loved" (Brownie, Dave Kelly) - 3:58
  6. "Hills and Valleys" (Donovan Germain, Myrie) - 4:30
  7. "Give I Strength" (Donald Dennis, Sly Dunbar, Donovan Germain, Willie Lindo, Myrie) - 4:01
  8. "Close One Yesterday" - 4:23
  9. "Destiny" (Myrie) - 3:59
  10. "Better Must Come" (Delroy Wilson) - 4:02
  11. "No More Misty Days" (Dunbar, Steven Marsden) - 3:59
  12. "Pull It Up" (Dodd) - 4:08


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