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From The Secret Laboratory is an album by Lee Perry, released on Mango Records and On-U Sound in 1990.

The album was co-produced by Lee Perry and Adrian Sherwood, some songs are also produced by Style Scott. Lee Perry sings and is accompanied by the Dub Syndicate and the Roots Radics.

Track listing

  1. Secret Laboratory (Scientific Dancehall) (feat. Akabu) – 6:26 (Lee Perry, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff)
  2. Inspector Gadget (feat. Akabu) – 3:40 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)
  3. (I Got The) Groove (feat. Skip McDonald, George Faith) – 5:26
  4. Vibrate On – 4:52 (Horace Swaby, Lee Perry)
  5. African Hitchiker – 4:31 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)
  6. You Thought I Was Dead – 3:52 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)
  7. Too Much Money (feat. Akabu) – 5:07 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)
  8. Push Push (feat. Skip McDonald) – 4:03 (Lee Perry)
  9. African Head Charge In The Hackney Empire – 3:28 (Lee Perry)
  10. Party Time (feat. The Heptones) – 3:45 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)
  11. Seven Devils Dead (feat. Akabu) – 4:54 (Lee Perry, Style Scott)

Formazione

  • Lee Perry - voce
  • Dub Syndicate, Roots Radics - backing band
  • Akabu, Skip McDonald, George Faith - cori
  • Errol "Flabba" Holt, David Harrow - basso
  • Style Scott - batteria
  • Skip McDonald, Dwight Pinckney - chitarra
  • Bingy Bunny- chitarra ritmica
  • David Harrow - tastiere
  • Steely, Carlton "Bubblers" Oglivy - pianoforte
  • Carlton "Bubblers" Oglivy - organo
  • Style, Lee Perry - percussioni




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