Monday, June 14, 2010




WWW, June 2010 - As the title indicates, in this episode Radio Dubroom presents a selection of European Dub and (other) Roots Reggae. A selection of strong combinations of vocals and their Dub counterparts, Discomixes and spaced-out Dub tracks.
The show starts off with an oldie from the golden days of Italy-based Dubware was heralding the then upcoming movement of the Italian Massive, of which we can get a taste in the excellent “Italian Dub Community Showcase” compilations of which a couple of tracks are played too later in the selection.
Nucleus Roots and No More Babylon continue the start and take us into a selection of Discomixes, some time in really deep Dub, only to come back with a couple of vocals and versions after which we hear two joyful Dubs.
From the archives, Episode 4 continues with a fine selection of some crucial tracks produced by DUBCREATOR from Amsterdam, voiced by different vocalists and crucially mixed by the heavyweight DUB Champion from the Netherlands.
This selection of Eurodub and Roots closes with two UK based names: Steve Vibronics and the Tassilli Players, cooling down the tempo in order to prepare us for an easy landing.
01. Dubware - Dubsta Dub
02. Nucleus Roots - Lie Dem A Dub
03. No More Babylon - Youthman (Discomix)
04. Dubline and Mc Kiko - Clean Up Your Style (Discomix)
05. I-Pland and Kiko - New World Order (discomix)
06. Jabbadub - Dub Tri Havi
07. Inadubstate - Perdition
08. Powersteppers - A Taste Of Bass
09. Liberators and Dieguito - Television (Dub)
10. Liberators and Dieguito - Television
11. Sardinia Bass Legalize - Who?
12. Sardinia Bass Legalize - Who? (Dub)
13. Riddim Conference - Cool Steppin’
14. Jah Free - Dub One Another
15. Dubcreator and Ras Milo - Ina Babylon (Discomix)
16. Dubcreator and Mika - Tonight
17. Dubcreator and Mika - Tonight (Dub)
18. Dubcreator - No Tears (2000 Dub)
19. Vibronics - Red, Gold and Green
20. Tassilli Players - Mesozoic Dub

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