DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - Just what the Version Big-Fi crew is capable of, can be discovered right at the start of the 15th episode of the Stop That Train Podcast. That's just before they show us just where DUB is capable of!
Beware: heavy vibes ahead. Vibes that will not be pleasing to the ear of the Reggae Purist. Vibes, however, all based on the concept that was developed ever since King Tubby released his first spiced up versions.
Kind of like the version that closes Stop that Train #15.
By the time you've landed to Prince Buster's Rocksteady Instrumental, you've heard just about all kinds of styles and genres all labeled DUB.
Online DUB by Polish based DINO Dub and JAH Billah from Croatia, whose music can be downloaded for free at sites like REGGAEDUBWISE.com and MYSPACE.com
Electronica by UK acts the Orb and Beats International show a side of DUB that appeals to millions of people who may not necessarily dig into DUB and (other) Reggae without having been introduced to it by these acts.
Weird electronic music with the energy and aggression of Punk, or tracks that sound like Hip-Hop: expect all of this and more in Stop That Train #15.
01. Version Big-Fi - You Are Not Alone
02. Version Big-Fi vs Feral - D'skasting
03. Lion Sounds System II - Dub-ble Tough Part Two
04. Dub Rifles - Green Girl Dub
05. Dino Dub - Rastafari Dubwise
06. Jah Billah - Pacifist Campaigne
07. Benga - The Germ
08. 6Blocc - Never Scared
09. Improvisators Dub Meets The Disciples - Basse-Batt
10. High Tone - Bad Weather
11. Groove Armada - -Tuning In (Dub Mix)
12. Junkyard Productions - Sister Let Him Go
13. The Orb - Perpetual Dawn (Ultrabass II)
14. Beats International - Echo Chamber
15. Prince Buster - Al Capone