Long Beach Dub Allstars' Video Shoot Monitored

The Long Beach Dub Allstars were watched over by 15 police officers

and a private security team when they shot the video to their song "Trailer

Ras" last week. According to DreamWorks Records, video director Bill

Henderson had obtained a permit from the city of Long Beach, Calif.,

for the shoot, but officials revoked the permit after learning that the

spin-off band of the ska/punk/reggae act Sublime was involved.

Henderson made a deal with the city, in which police would monitor the

shoot, which featured the group performing live outside the detention-area

entrance to Woodrow Wilson High School. "Trailer Ras" is the first single

from Right Back, the Allstars' debut album.