Additionally to these releases, Dub Syndicate have collaborated with Lee "Scratch" Perry on several On-U Sound productions - and these are detailed separately. See also the Bim Sherman discography for further credited releases and the Sound Boy discography for an uncredited appearance. DS's Style Scott has also been extensively involved in the Drumdrops drum and percussion series of sampler releases.
Album: The Dub Syndicate - 'The Pounding System (Ambience In Dub)'
On-U Sound Records / 1982 (UKLP)
On-U Sound - EFA Medien / 1998 (Master Recordings UKCD reiss.)
On-U Sound - Musidisc / 1998 (Master Recordings FrCD reiss.)
On-U Sound Records / February 2009 (DL)
On-U Sound - Beat Records / November 2011 (JpTCD)
Master Recordings UKCD reissue contains a CD-ROM track with On-U Sound discography and biographic information. The JpTCD was a "Trifecta" package of three back catalogue DS albums limited to 2000 copies, also including LP38 and LP56.
Reach Out International Records / July 1983 (USCLP)
Danceteria / Reach Out International Records / 1991 (Euro CD/DLP)
J.A.P. - Nippon Crown - ROIR / July 1992 (JpCD)
On-U Sound - EFA Medien / 2000 (Master Recordings CD reiss.)
On-U Sound Records / February 2009 (DL)
USCLP: A 121 / Euro CD: DANCD 115
Euro DLP: DANLP 115 / JpCD: CRCJ-3501
UKCD (re-issue): ON-U CD0025 / DL: (-)
LP issue pressed on 3 sides of vinyl - side 4 is unpressed. Originally released only on cassette in the USA. CD reissue contains a CD-ROM track with On-U Sound discography and biographic information. The ROIR editions include sleeve notes by Michael "Dub" Shore.
The album title is a take on Augustus Pablo's 'East Of The River Nile' LP. "Inspiration - Hon. R.N. Marley O.M., H. Swaby and Prince Far I". A second pressing of the UKLP omits On-U Sound's defunct 'Studio 345...' address from the bottom of the back cover. The Master Recordings UKCD reissue contains a CD-ROM track with On-U Sound discography and biographic information.
Minor sleeve design differences exist between the UKLP and GeLP. Master Recordings UKCD reissue contains a CD-ROM track with On-U Sound discography and biographic information. The JpTCD was a "Trifecta" package of three back catalogue DS albums limited to 2000 copies, also including LP18 and LP56.
The track order and listing on the original LP and CD are incorrect - above is the actual play order. Master Recordings CD reissue contains a CD-ROM track with On-U Sound discography and biographic information.
Mixed by AMS. As detailed, the track listing and ordering differs between each version. A few copies of the UKCD exist that mistakenly omit the text 'Dub Syndicate' from the sleeve cover. The USCD was a recompilation of the UKCD, omitting 2 tracks and featuring completely different sleeve artwork. The sleeve of the USCD does not indicate that Version 2 of 'Higher Than High' is the one it features. Companion release 'Mellow And Colly' features several remixes from this album.
US only compilation recorded live at San Francisco's Maritime Hall in early 2000. Mixed by Boots Rolf Hughston and not featuring AMS. Another variant of this compilation may exist released by other another label with a completely different sleeve.
A French riddim album (in particular, riddims associated with LP90) featuring artists voicing-over the uncredited Dub Syndicate rhythm section, including several dub versions that were similarly uncredited. The entire album was later re-issued with another Style Scott project on a combined DCD compilation.
A compilation featuring predominantly older material that was no longer easily obtainable due to the deletion of the CD compilations it previously featured on. The CD versions came in digipacks. The FrDCD double pack featured an album called "Up Tone Down Town" by Pirate Dub on its 2nd disc.
The Euro CD came in a digipack and the reissue Euro CD was limited to 2222 copies. The Euro reissues resulted from the closure of EFA soon after the album's initial release and have a different sleeve design.
CD1 is a 'Best Of...' collection of DS's more recent Lion & Roots material overdubbed by Rob Smith of Smith & Mighty. CD2 comprises outtakes, rare mixes and mega-mixes. CD1 was subsequently re-issued alone as a low-priced release titled "Overdubbed by Rob Smith" with different artwork.
Sold as a low-priced limited edition digi-pack of 3000 copies featuring two previously unreleased tracks. 111 of these copies were sold as a package with a 'Dub Syndicate' branded T-shirt and rolling papers.