Throughout the 1980's, Mad Professor set the High Standards for DUB with his DUB ME CRAZY series which started in 1982.
In times when the Jamaican studio's lost their interest and turned to Dancehall, Ariwa Sound kept on releasing one massive document of DUB after the other. This is the 7th chapter, catching up with the Mad Professor in 1987.
Mad Professor's first release in the DUB ME CRAZY series already sounded pretty digital. The year was 1982. Now, we're 5 years along the road and the Sound Sampler arrived in the Ariwa Studio's. A thing we'll really know after listening to the adventures of the DUB Sampler.
We hear a fatter sound, and as more and more digital technologies arrive in Mad Professor's studio, we hear a combination of programmed and played material joining perfectly together in what the connoisseur definitely recognizes as the Ariwa Sound.
Fragments of vocals drop in and out as one Roots Reggae Riddim after the other comes into our ear and blesses us once again with what can only be described as another addition to the collection of every self-respecting collector of the better DUB.