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Battle Of Armagideon (Millionaire Liquidator)

Battle Of Armagideon (Millionaire Liquidator)
the Upsetters
Released 1986
Recorded 1985
Thamesside Studios, Rotherhithe, London
Genre Reggae/Dub
Length 43:34
Label Trojan
Producer Lee "Scratch" Perry
Mr. Lee 'Scratch' Perry and the Upsetters chronology

History, Mystery & Prophesy
Battle Of Armagideon (Millionaire Liquidator)
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Battle Of Armagideon (Millionaire Liquidator) is an album from reggae artist Mr. Lee 'Scratch' Perry and his backing group at the time, billed as the Upsetters . The album was released in 1986 on the Trojan Records label.[2] It was re-released on CD in 1988 by Trojan, and on October 9, 2001 on the Sanctuary Records label.[1]


All tracks by Lee "Scratch" Perry

  1. "Introducing Myself" - 4:19
  2. "Drum Song" - 4:42
  3. "Grooving" - 4:41
  4. "All Things Are Possible" - 2:33
  5. "Show Me That River" - 4:15
  6. "Time Marches On (In/Out Mix)" - 0:49
  7. "I Am A Madman" - 5:49
  8. "The Joker" - 3:37
  9. "Happy Birthday" - 5:11
  10. "Sexy Lady" - 3:17
  11. "Time Marches On" - 4:21



  • The Upsetters:
    • Lee "Scratch" Perry - Vocals, percussion, harmonica, producer
    • Mark Downie (Marcus Downbeat) - rhythm guitar/synth, co-producer & cover artwork
    • Tarlok Mann - Lead Guitar
    • Russ Cummings - Keyboards
    • Spike - Bass
    • Peng - Drums
    • Lloyd Clarke – alto saxophone
    • Trevor Jones – trombone
  • Jerry Tilley - Engineer
  • Patrick Meads - Executive producer


External links

  • Album Info
  • Roots Archives Album Info
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