Grace Jones to release dub version of 'Hurricane'

Singer to release album with original 2008 LP in September

Grace Jones to release dub version of 'Hurricane'

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Grace Jones has announced plans to release a dub version of her 2008 album 'Hurricane'.

All nine tracks from the singer's LP have been reworked by producer Ivor Guest. It will be released with the original record on September 5.

Guest worked on the 2008 version of the record, Jones' first in 19 years.



The singer is no stranger to dub re-workings after London production team Digital Mystikz recently reworked 'Love You To Life' from the album for a special one sided 12 inch.

Jones is working with long term creative partner Jean-Paul Goude, on the artwork for the new record.

She recently supported Pulp during their Wireless Festival performance last Sunday (July 3).

The full tracklisting for 'Hurricane Dub' is as follows:

'This Is Dub'
'William’s Dub'
'Cannibal Dub'
'Well Well Well Dub'
'Crying Dub'
'Hurricane Dub'
'Love You To Life Dub'
'Sunset Dub'
'Devil Dub'
'Hell Dub'


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