DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, March 2008 - WEAPONS OF MASS DUB VERSION is filled with anti-war Reggae and DUB Music, and created to serve as protest against the current war in the Middle East.
And there's more DUB in WEAPONS OF MASS DUB VERSION that WMD's in Iraq, that's a fact.
Reggae serves as a platform for artists who chant down Babylon as their way of living, for who truth is more important than the money they can earn if they lose the "rebellious" nature.
Even though the music itself is already "discovered" by the modern day musical Christopher Columbuses of the Music Industry who always seek to thrive on what is not theirs, the best Reggae remains to be made by Conscious people who have something to say.
WEAPONS OF MASS DUB VERSION shows, that the Conscious Factor has not left the realms of Dub and Reggae, but in fact has produced some of the most solid Reggae Music tracks, just because of the lyrics.
This is the kind of Podcast you play out loud to chant down Babylon one more time!
01. DJ Chill Will - Weapons of Mass Dub Version intro - a homegrown WMD version mix of "I Ran" by flock of Seagulls, UB40's "Present Arms," the Cars "Moving in Stereo," various sound efx Mickey Dread's "Wake up Call" and "World War Three" selections
02. Jr. Gong Marley Confrontation intro - spoken word by Bunny Wailer
03. Steel Pulse and Damien Marley - No Weapons (Of Mass Destruction)
04. LKJ Live in Paris 2003 - The Eagle and The Bear
05. Alpha Blondy - Interplanetary Revolution
06. Aswad - Nuclear Soldier
07. Thievery Corp. feat. Sleepy Wonder - State of The Union Address
08 Groove Corporation remix - The Only Redeemer
09. Alpha Blondy - Guerre - remix of Bob Marley's "War/No More Trouble"
10. G-Corp with Peacetime
11. Peter Tosh - No Nuclear War
12. Bob Marley - So Much Trouble in The World
13. Steel Pulse -Wild Goose Chase
14. Easy All Stars featuring Frankie Paul - dub version of "Us and Them"