DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, December 2007 - Opening up with Mikey Dread's massive and even anthemic Saturday Night Style definitely sets the tone for the second chapter of Dubsta: another 72 minutes of stricktly DUB awaits!
Ask "any" well-known producer of contemporary Digital Dance Music, and (s)he will tell you all about how DUB really stands at the foundation of their music.
When (s)he knows his/her own business, that is...
It is said, that DUB originated in King Tubby's studio when he was doing a sound check and forgot to turn of the echo before pressing the "play" button. We all know where it went to, otherwise we wouldn't be checking out Dubsta's second Podcast anyway.
Chapter One introduced us to many of the originators of DUB: King Tubby of course, and Prince Jammy. We got a little taste of the fruits, too, but Chapter Two of Dubsta takes us even further down the road of DUB as we even transcend the realms of Reggae!
(01) 'saturday night style' - mikey dread
(02) 'roots once again' - farm fresh sound system
(03) 'new dimension' - dj disse
(04) 'blackboard jungle dub' - the upsetters
(05) 'bionic horn' - king tubby
(06) 'fight the power dub' - dreadzone
(07) 'livin' dub' - small world
(08) 'trap them dub' - jah shaka
(09) 'rocket dub' - version big-fi
(10) 'gringo dread' - mad professor
(11) 'jane dub' - universal subjective
(12) 'rigor mortis' - revolutionaries
(13) 'king zion' - (king of dub)
(14) 'social living dub' - burning spear
(15) 'mandela' - abyssinians
(16) 'black phoenix' - (black magic dub)
(17) 'tubb's dub song' - pablo all stars