DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, February 2008 - Singers and Players of Mixing Boards and Instruments will be there: get ready for some Crucial Consciousness combined with Deep DUB, UK Style.
Stepping Out A Babylon is a Serious Thing fe true!
If there is one thing that would describe the over-all vibe of UK DUB and ROOTS, the word would have to be "Consciousness". In a dreadly combination of Word, Sound and Power, the true strength of Reggae Music is revealed in such a way, that even the proverbial deaf will hear and the proverbial blind will see.
Take this Podcast, for example, skillfully mixed by the Italian based B-Dub crew.
Militant Stepper drums and penetrating DUB mixing more often than not accompany cutting edge Conscious Lyrics: Serious Steppers is a School Example of the better UK DUB and Roots. The playlist reads like a who's who of the genre and experiencing the forty-two minutes of this Podcast will reveal just what is so special about UK Style.
01. Aisha – Tribulation
02. Mad Professor – Drunken Scotsman
03. Ranking Joe – Don’t follow babylon
04. Alpha & Omega – Marching warriors [feat. coz tafari]
05. Alpha & Omega – U wrong [feat. gregory fabulous]
06. Alpha & Omega – Dub warrior
07. Nucleus Roots – Lie dem a tell
08. Nucleus Roots – Lie dem a dub
09. Pablo gad – Technology
10. Bush Chemists – Technology dub
11. Daddy teacha – Standing firm
12. Vibronics – Standing firm dub
13. Iration steppas – Rice and peas
14. Johnny Clarke – Rasta international
15. Jah Shaka – Dub international
16. Tena Stelin & Centry – Can’t touch Jah
17. Centry – Can’t touch Jah dub
18. Nucleus Roots – My king
19. Nucleus Roots – My king dub
20. Iration Steppas – Talking ‘bout Jah love is sweet