Right Back

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This article is about the Long Beach Dub Allstars album. For the association football position, see Right-back.
Right Back
Studio album by Long Beach Dub Allstars
Released September 28, 1999
Genre Dub
Length 42:04
Label Dreamworks Records
Skunk Records
Geffen Records
Producer Field Marshall, Michael "Miguel" Happoldt, & Eddie Ashworth
Long Beach Dub Allstars chronology
Right Back
Wonders of the World

Right Back is the debut album by Long Beach Dub Allstars, released September 28, 1999 through DreamWorks Records. It was followed up by the album Wonders of the World in 2001.

"Saw Red" is a cover of a Barrington Levy song, "She's Mine".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Righteous Dub (featuring Barrington Levy)"   2:54
2. "Rosarito"   3:08
3. "My Own Life"   2:57
4. "Fugazi"   3:37
5. "New Sun (featuring HR)"   3:37
6. "Kick Down (featuring Dangr)"   4:43
7. "Like a Dog"   3:33
8. "Sensi (featuring Tippa Irie)"   3:57
9. "Trailer Ras"   3:21
10. "Pass It On (featuring Half Pint)"   3:29
11. "Soldiers"   3:15
12. "Saw Red (She's Mine) (featuring Barrington Levy)"   3:33
Total length:

Guest Artists[edit]

This album features many additional artists, including:


  • Eric Wilson: bass
  • Bud Gaugh: drums
  • Marshall Goodman: drums on 6, 7, 10, and 11, turntables, percussion, and programming
  • Opie Ortiz: lead vocals on 3, 6, 7, and 11
  • RAS-1: electric guitars, and lead vocals on 2, 4, 7, and 9
  • Jack Maness: keyboards, organ, and background vocals
  • Tim Wu: sax and flute
  • Mixed by: Miguel, Eddie Ashworth, and Field Marshall
  • Engineered by: Eddie Ashworth and Miguel
  • Assistant Engineers: Philo Hayward, Rob "Smokey" Soto, and Jessy Moss
  • Production Assistant: Jessica Sickle
  • All songs tracked at Record 2, Mendocino, California
  • All songs mixed at Total Access, Redondo Beach, California
  • Mastered by Eddy Shreyer at Oasis
  • Layout: Opie Ortiz and Donald Stodden
  • Artwork: Opie Ortiz and Joe Salamanca
  • Art Coordination: Mary Fagot
  • Management: Jon Phillips at Silverback Management
  • Executive Producers: Floyd Gaugh IV, Michael Happoldt, and Eric Wilson