DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - You know why they have been nominated for the 2008 Reggae Academy Awards after listening to Version Big-Fi track which opens Stop that Train #16.
In the previous Stop That Train episode we explored realms where Reggae purists would never go. We heard how DUB has influences reaching well beyond the borders of Reggae.
The set that makes up Stop That Train #16 is quite different. We go from Rockers to Rub a DUB, to Ska and Rocksteady, even to the hilarious "Dub Auctioneer" which will put at least a smile on your face as you hear... an auctioneer, over a stressed up Jungle beat.
Tone 396 is a producer, whose interesting remix of the Bob Marley Classic will want you to find out more about him. The Punky Reggae party continues with The Ruts and there's a couple of Ire DJ tracks by Charlie Chaplin and Ranking Joe as well to keep us moving and grooving as we explore the deeper realms of DUB in the same set.
01. Version Big-Fi - Meets Gregory Isaacs in Mr. Dub It All
02. Me Zion Dread - Messian Dread - Maranatha (Dub)
03. Pete Fountain - St. James Infirmary (Chris Coco Remix)
04. Dragnet - Theme
05. Granville Williams Orchestra - The Third Man Theme
06. The Who Boys - Dub Auctioneer
07. Bob Marley - Exodus (Tone396 Remix)
08. The Ruts - Love in Vain
09. Dead 60S - Flight Mission Dub
10. Version Big-Fi - Tannoy Dub
11. Skream - Blue Eyez
12. Wax Poetic - Angels (feat. Norah Jones)
13. Hard-Fi - Cash Dub (Edit)
14. Roots Radics Meets King Tubbys - More Dub
15. Ranking Joe - Sheperds Bush
16. Charlie Chaplin - Ram Up Dance Hall
17. G3RSt - No Squirrel No Cry