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TruthTown Productions is a project & label led by two reggae lovers from Euskal Herria (Basque Country): David González & Gorka Hoyos.

They are proud to present the kick-off release for this independent label, featuring the classic “Smoking My Ganja” riddim, originally written & composed in the 70’s by the well known roots reggae band Capital Letters, inna hard UK steppa stylee for this time.

On side A, the listener will find an extended version of “Chemical Food” by the great singer, musician & producer Roberto Sánchez, owner of A-Lone Ark Muzik Studio, in Santander (Spain). The lyrics fight against the new fashion way of food productions, which is no less than another proved fact of the violence that capitalism puts into our lives.

Continuing with this same subject, on the other side, US deejay Ranking Forrest brings you the toaster effort: “Give Me Ital Stew”. Rait?? Ras Telford closes this release with his sweet and inspiring melodica version, “Sounds Of Deva”.

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released June 1, 2011

Arranged & Produced by David González & Gorka Hoyos (TruthTown).

Intro Recorded @ Lobo Studio (Azpeitia – Basque Country) by Iosu Zubizarreta.

Riddim Recorded & Mixed @ A-Lone Ark Muzik Studio, (Santander – Spain) by Roberto Sánchez.

Mastered @ Euridia Studios (Bilbao – Basque Country) by Ibon Larruzea.

Design by TruthTown, Edurne, Sanfo & Aleko.

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Track Name: Roberto Sánchez - Chemical Food + Cantabric Dub Breeze
I eat strictly fish, fruits and cornbread
Cause that´s the way nature want it
I rise up early in the morning
I gotta walk down the line when i´m hungry

Many other tried this chemical food
But that´s their trick to mek you a fool
See dem coming to mash you down
Please take care, is your food wrong or right?

And see those people who´s sufferin´ deh
It´s only food what they want and beg
And you have the chance to elect,
Are feeding yourself with this chemical bread
Cause you´re a vampire
What you want from us?
Yes, you´re a vampire
What you want from us?

The food you eat is the strenght you got
So don´t let those hypocrites mash you down
The earth and the sun give us what we need
Fruits, fish and cornbread, strictly sensi weed

They want us under control
And that´s the reason they´re feeding you so
Cause dem a vampire

I eat strictly fish, fruits and cornbread
Cause that´s the way nature want it
I rise up early in the morning
I gotta walk down the line when i´m hungry

They want us under control
And that´s the reason they´re feeding you so
They want you under control
And that´s the reason they´re feeding you so

Oh see dem coming with their brand new plan
Oh see dem coming just to hit and to mash
Oh see dem coming just to mek us the fools
Oh see dem coming just to rob us the truth
I see dem coming from the east
See dem coming from the west
See dem coming over deh with dem bag full of hate
See dem coming with dem chemical food
They just can´t send us back to school

Lyrics by Roberto Sanchez
Track Name: Ranking Forrest, Ras Telford - Give Me Ital Stew + Sounds Of Deva (Melodica Version)
Lyrics by F.Abbotmoore
Melodica by Ras Telford