Legendary Reggae star Lee "Scratch" Perry started his own record label in 1968 and called it Upsetter Records, named after its house band the Upsetters. Upsetter Records was home to the early recording of Bob Marley & The Wailers and of course specialized in Reggae Music. Perry later opened up a record shop in Kingston in order to sell the records he was producing and the now defunct but legendary Upsetter Record Shop was born.
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Every second counts! An exciting and practical accent in any room, this unique high quality Wall Clock serves as a statement piece, creating a personalized environment.
.: Wooden frame
.: Plexiglass face
.: Pre-installed backside hook
.: For indoor use
.: Requires one AA battery (NOT included)