|1||Come After Midnight||4:27|
|3||Away With The Gun And Knife||3:36|
|4||Dirty Money Business||3:44|
|5||Sleepy s Night Cap||2:00|
|7||Ain t No Love In The Heart Of The City||3:36|
|10||Hell And Back||3:48|
A companion album to the critically acclaimed »Midnight Rocker«, this is Adrian Sherwood’s ‘sound system’ take on the original sessions. Featuring new tracks; radical dancehall re-works with MC interjections from Daddy Freddy and Lone Ranger; and stripped back instrumental version excursions in classic dub reggae style.
Continuing the series that Sherwood began with Heavy Rain, his re-working of Lee “Scratch” Perry's Rainford album, Midnight Scorchers is both an essential sequel to Midnight Rocker as well as being a powerful album in its own right.
In the same way as the music has been re-imagined, so has the artwork, with award-winning animator Ruff Mercy (Goriilaz, Earl Sweatshirt, Thom Yorke) putting a streetstyle graffiti spin on things, also in evidence in his psychedelic and colourful video for first single “Feverish”, a massive new version of one of Horace Andy’s Studio One era classics.