Dub In Blood, is one of the rarest and most sought after dub albums of all. Issued in tiny quantities on Phil Pratt's Sunshot label, the same LP was also issued in England with different track titles and proudly renamed The Best Dub Album In The World. Skin, Flesh & Bones were primarily a live rather than a studio band, centered around the drumming of Sly Dunbar. With a chef's attention to detail, Dub In Blood is part of the powerful series of dub albums Pratt issued in the '70s and '80s, mixed with heaps of effects at Channel One. In addition to the original album, this reissue features 2 bonus tracks also mixed at Channel One, including the dub to Al Campbell's "Natty Dread Bandwagon," recorded by Lee "Scratch" Perry at the Black Ark.