A 2 track dub single (6m 33s) — released October 14th 2013 on Wah Wah 45s

Just in time for Halloween, Wah Wah 45s unleash a splendidly spooky seven incher from Brighton's very own Lee "Scratch" Perry, the one and only Richie Phoe. His take on the Jacko classic is a brutally bass worrying dance floor dub delight, complete with sinister sound effects and cackles galore! On the flip, Richie gives Leon Haywood's much sampled classic, "I Want'a Do Something Freaky To You" the deathly dub treatment too – look out for those pertifying piano licks!

Brighton's Lee "Scratch" Perry! - Rob Da Bank BBC Radio 1

Phoe's music is bouncy dub at its very best. - Huw Stephens BBC Radio 1

Maybe not pop as we know it, but it should be. - Music Week Music Week

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