Sunday, November 2, 2008



WWW, October 2008 - In another great mix by Roots Ministry selector Sista Simone, we explore more UK ROOTS and DUB drum and basslines with their vocal counterparts.

Indeed: here is one more essential addition to the collection of every self-respecting lover of the better (DUB) Reggae.

Often, Roots Ministry will introduce us to names of artists.

Dub From Atlantis, for example. Just after the very strong opening tune, just before Enos Mc Leod and Earl Zero ride a Jamaican Rub a Dub riddim, we're introduced to this interesting group.

The Bristol-based UK DUB collective started in 2000 and deserve more attention than they presently (seem to) get.

It's hard, too.

There's just too much better-than-good (DUB) Reggae, as Sista Simone of the German based Roots Ministry shows us once again. Her exceptional skills in dealing with the turntable and mixing board are a joy for the heart and soul as she leads us from one riddim into the next in ever-surprising ways.

Mixdown number 11? You guessed it. Get it!


01. Dub Terror feat. Echo Ranks - Shinobi Warrior
02. Shinobi Dub
03. Dub From Atlantis - Heavy Weather
04. Dub From Atlantis feat. Gina Griffin - String Theorie Dub
05. Enos McLeod - Jericho
06. Jericho Version
07. Earl Zero - City Of The Weakheart
08. Junior Delgado - Storm Is Coming !
09. Twinkle Brothers - Wishfull Thinking
10. Prince Alla - Forward
11. BB Seaton - Life Goes On
12. Emmanuel Joseph & The Shanti-Ites - Road To Zion
13. The Shanti-Ites – Zion Dub
14. Neville Brown - Killamanjaro
15. Earl 16 - Beautiful Place
16. Version
17. Nereus Joseph - Fundimental Principles Of Life
18. Vivian Jones - Rastafari Is My Life
19. Version
20. Junior Dan - Sligoville Tobacco
21. Allan Kingpin - Stand Up For A Right
22. The Prophets - Babylon A Fall
23. Tony Tuff - Falling Babylon



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