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Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies, Visionary Reggae Producer Was 85

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Lee "Scratch" Perry performs in Australia in 2007.

Visionary reggae producer Lee “Scratch” Perry” has died in Jamaica at the age of 85. His brilliant and idiosyncratic career included helping to inspire the sounds of dub and rap as we know them today.

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