Dubroom Online - November 29, 2008
"MYSTERY BABYLON (189)" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, November 29 2008 - As soon as I realized that the "Christian Reggae Scene" was nothing but a spiritual brothel where an abomination called the "Gospel Reggae Industry" was being produced, I started to do what many have tried throughout the ages.
They tried to REFORM Babylon, rather than STEPPING OUT.
I tried to stay inside of the scene, doing my best to propose -let's say- a "reformation".
I knew myself surrounded by wolves and parasites of the worst kinds. People who made no secret of their disdain for everything related to Reggae and Rastafari.
And what did I do?
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
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ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
WWW, November 2008 - In Reggae, several vocalists will use the same Riddim to voice their lyrics over.
Over the Oneness riddim, for example: a cool contemporary Roots Reggae One Drop.
WWW, November 2008 - Usually, they are in the background, barely mentioned, while in fact they do all the work. Channel One Studio Band the Roots Radics ask your attention, please!