Vocals in order of appearance:
Tohununu recorded in Solomon Islands, South Pacific.
Jimmy Dick (Swampy Cree traditional singing) recorded by Brian Wright Mcleod, engineered by Matt Christakos in Toronto, Canada. Dub logistics: Mapu.
Dandaradub recorded in Pernambuco, Brasil.
Jah Uli recorded in São Paulo, Brasil.
Zumbi recorded in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Recorded and edited at Red Reception, Harrow.
Bass recorded at WAC Studio, London, England & engineered by Ramjac. Voices edited by Dubdem. Musical mix by Steven Stanley at Steven Stanley Studios, Kingston, Jamaica.
Final vocal arrangement & concept, EQ and edit of track
by Dubdem Sound System and Rudy done in Walkir Vergani, Brasil. Mastered by Senor "La Corte". Jamaica print logistics by Dr. Sykpe & Senor Açai. Produced by IR.




Esta música é sobre o assassinato de Galdino. um índio Pataxó que morreu quando uns filhos de juízes e advogados ricos de Brasília atearam fogo em Galdino, enquanto dormia e deixaram-no queimar até a morte. Alegando que era apenas uma brincadeira, estes covardes playboys receberam sentenças mínimas e pouco depois já estavam de volta às ruas.

This track deals with the murder of Galdino, a Pataxó Indian in Brasil who died when the sons of rich judges and lawyers in Brasilia poured gasoline on a sleeping Galdino and lit him on fire. Claiming it was just a "joke" they received minimal sentences and not long after their trials were back on the streets.



Spoken word vocals Atua Dub. Traditional Swampy Cree vocals by Jimmy Dick, recorded & produced by Brian Wright Mcleod (Renegade Radio) in Toronto, Canada, engineered by Matt Christakos. Dub logistics by Mapuche Dub.

Maroon riddim created and recorded at Downsound Studio, Kingston, Jamaica (thanks to Downsound for their generosity). Noseflute and keyboards by Seavo.

Recorded at Dub Tranquility Studio, Sosolakam, South Pacific Islands. The final mix and arrangement of this track wasdone in Sosolakam in the South Pacific by SAEVO.

A “noseflute” é um instrumento musical tradicional das Ilhas Salomão e produz um som característico, com o ar que sai do nariz e entra pelos orifícios da flauta.

Esta é a primeira música que uniu tambores Nyahbinghi da Jamaica, noseflute das Ilhas Salomão e cantos tradicionais Swampy Cree do Canadá.

The noseflute is a traditional instrument from the Solomon Islands where notes are produced by blowing through ones nostrils into the holes of the flute.

This is the first time a track has been done to mix Nyabinghi drumming from Jamaica, noseflute from Solomon Islands and Swampy Cree traditional singing from Canada.