In 1987, Gary Clail emerged as a solo artist from the incredibly incestuous underground British funk/rap/reggae scene that also spawned Tackhead, Mark Stewart, Keith LeBlanc, Strange Parcels, and at least half of the On-U Sound artist stable.
Not really a singer and not really a rapper, Clail got his start working the mixing board at Tackhead shows, during which he would chime in with weird political pronouncements from time to time.
His solo work gives a fair idea… read more
|1||2 Thieves And A Liar||2,540 listeners|
|2||False Leader||1,394 listeners|
|3||Who Pays the Piper||1,388 listeners|
|4||Human Nature||496 listeners|
|5||Pure Dub Tonight||283 listeners|
|6||Half Cut For Confidence/Jack The Biscuit||263 listeners|
|7||Another hard man||167 listeners|
|9||Let's Get It Right||147 listeners|
|10||These Things Are Worth Fighting For||139 listeners|