Recommended dub tracks?

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ricardo
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Post by ricardo » Thu Sep 02, 2004 2:19 am

the skatalites "african dub" .... top dub for a first date that ..... killer!

Mellowman
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Post by Mellowman » Sat Sep 18, 2004 12:29 pm

Hi.. <BR>I would just say that my best dub album is <BR>Lee "scratch" Perry & Mad Proffesor's DUB TAKES VOODOO OUT OF REGGAE !!! <BR>Killer album!!

superb1
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Post by superb1 » Tue Sep 28, 2004 9:13 pm

Someone recomended Dr. ALimatado or whatever his name was...Sure the background i G.R.E.A.T but to hear him toast makes me &#40;and hopefully som other people sick =&#41; &#41; <BR> <BR>So try this one if you liked the background but not the "singer"... <BR> <BR>Sly & Robbie - Dreams Of Dub <BR> <BR>Also try these: <BR> <BR>1. Sly & Robbie - Righteous Dub <BR>2. Long beach dub allstars - Astro Dub &#40;i don't like these guys normally, but this song is great&#41; <BR>3. Nazarenes &#40;This isn't really dub, it's a reggae-band from sweden, origin from &#40;eritrea?&#41; <BR>However it's beautiful....great production, fantastic song.

ricardo
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Post by ricardo » Wed Oct 13, 2004 4:30 am

"creation dub" from mad professor's "inspirational sounds of.." <BR> <BR>possibly the finest dub tune ever ... reminds me of an aswad bassline .... then turns your brain inside out .... serious dub tune imo

Mellowman
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Post by Mellowman » Sat Oct 16, 2004 3:44 pm

This is for SUPERBL: <BR>Man, how can you say that Dr. Alimantado sucks? <BR>It's a classic dub album and I think that everybody <BR>should hear it.. That album is in top 50 best dubreggae albums ever so.. Don't shit on it. <BR>There are many better albums but still. <BR>Sly & Robbie are cool but nothing new.. <BR> <BR>If you want to hear something realy beautifull try Radioaxiom a dub transmission from Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble if u didn't hear it allready. <BR>Or maybe Tubby meets Skatalites - Heroes of reggae in dub. <BR>Or the Arabs - Crytuff dub encounter..

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Post by Italsem » Sun Nov 14, 2004 10:05 am

Hi, <BR> <BR>As a starter i would begin with a classic dub: something like: Burning spear - Garvey`s ghost <BR>For the main course: Lee scratch Perry and Prince Jammy - Dub the old fashioned way. <BR>And as a dessert : Scientist - Rids the world of the evil curse of the vampires.. <BR>I bet the person would be hooked on the recepies in my Dub kitchen;&#41;

Dubdaze
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Post by Dubdaze » Wed Dec 08, 2004 6:16 am

Lee Perry - Space Dub <BR> <BR>...love this one <BR> <BR>I want to add The Rockers Uptown also, even if its been said before, simply a classic for me!

JohnAsk
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Post by JohnAsk » Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:06 pm

Right now my favorite single is The Butch Cassidy Sound System b- side "Take me to your Leader". I tell everyone starting to listen to dub to listen to " King Tubby's Meets Rockers Uptown" from start to finish. If the're not hooked after listening; they just won't get the vibe.

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Post by Sanhadji » Tue Jan 25, 2005 5:12 pm

Bless, <BR> <BR>I won't mention any tracks, but these artist are a must for the beginner: <BR> <BR>Lee Scratch Perry <BR>King Tubby <BR>Scientist <BR>Mad Professor <BR> <BR>Respects, <BR> <BR>Sanhadji

blurrededges
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Post by blurrededges » Fri Feb 04, 2005 2:55 am

well this thread is pretty long already but i'm not sure if anyone has mentioned HIGH TONE. <BR>i'v turned a few people onto dub by lending them some high tone cds.

Dubb Triffidd
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Post by Dubb Triffidd » Sat Feb 05, 2005 12:26 am

Some time last year, some guy called Ricardo posted above that he thought that "Creation Dub" by Mad Professor was the best dub ever made. While that opinion reveals a lack of listening experience, it's worth pointing out that "Creation Dub" is actually Jah Shaka's work, mixed by Mad Professor &#40;like most of Jah Shaka's 80s stuff&#41;.

Dr Dub
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Post by Dr Dub » Mon Mar 21, 2005 11:30 am

Listen to anyhting that has to do with Adrian Sherwood &#40;ON-U Sound&#41;. <BR> <BR>Crucial to start with is a band called CREATION REBEL &#40;albums: dub from creation, rebel vibrations&#41;. Mid 70s Lee Perry productions are essential too. Then there is &#40;of course&#41; the likes of King Tubby an all... Nuff stuff to get into:-&#41;&#41;&#41; Love & respect >> dr dub

McPullish
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Post by McPullish » Wed Mar 23, 2005 9:15 am

King tubby's Meets rockers Uptown <BR>Scientist- Heavyweight Dub Champion <BR>LSP-any Black Ark dub <BR>Mad Professor- dub Me Crazy 1&2 <BR>Jah Shaka- Commandments of Dub pt. 3 <BR>Bullwackie's allstars- African Roots parts 1&2 <BR>Disciples- Prowling lion <BR>Twilight Circus- Bin Shaker Dub, volcanic Dub <BR>A&O, stuff on BSI, Select Cuts, Burial Sound, Adrian Sherwood,Bill Laswell, orb, Pole,etc. <BR> <BR>really there are many hrs of tunes

danny
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Post by danny » Thu Mar 24, 2005 4:27 am

Just go and check the best re-issues of 2005 by the classic label DEB Music .You can see them and listen to them exclusively at www.baddamusic.com . <BR>Badda than the rest !!!!

tony the lion
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Post by tony the lion » Thu Mar 24, 2005 4:42 am

Yes Danny boy !!!! <BR>You know quality ...Everything by Deb is a true classic!!!!If you are into Reggae and Dub and you don`t have all the DEB Lps & 12s you deserve to get the Reggae Police knocking at your door!!!This new label Badda Music has done an extraordinary job re-issuing them again since they were put out in the 70s.The royalty of Reggae is involved man!!!!They have a wicked website as well!!! <BR>Tony the lion

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Post by interruptor » Thu Mar 24, 2005 8:02 am

^^^^^^ <BR>hahaha, very funny. writing two posts under two different names. danny and tony the lion are one and the same! <BR> <BR>it just doesn't help your credibility much if it's so obvious that you are trying to fool us. your ip address is being logged with each message.. <BR><IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... rt/ape.gif"> <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /laugh.gif">

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Post by interruptor » Thu Mar 24, 2005 8:45 am

the site is nice though <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":&#41;"> good music but not necessariliy dub. <BR>i liked the lovers rock from 16 17 18

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Post by monodread » Wed Mar 30, 2005 4:35 am

yo people, <BR> greetings from Sarajevo... <BR>...humm...yes we know 'batadub inna this area!!! <BR> <BR>Me favourite... <BR>...there are so many of them, but let's say... <BR> <BR>Kaly Live Dub- Hyphonic <BR>Hybrid sound system- Synchrone <BR>High Tone- Opus Incertum <BR>Aizell- Concerning Monospaces <BR>Fumuj- Monstrueuse Normalite <BR>Uzinadub <BR>Zenzile- Totem & Meets Jamika <BR> <BR>...and after all a maximum respect to the whole Dub scene in France, 'cause they did an enormous work of da reinventing the Dub it self. <BR>You must check it if ya didn't yet!!!!! <BR> <BR>Big up to all of ya!!!! <BR> <BR>savuvi crew 93,1 mHz

flyingflee
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Post by flyingflee » Tue Apr 05, 2005 5:57 am

Sorry all it's gotta be new zealand's undiscovered greatest: <BR> <BR>salmonella dub <BR>rhombus <BR>the black seeds

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Post by N0bby » Mon Jul 18, 2005 8:45 pm

All of the above and one which you should try <BR>&#40;early 90's&#41; "guerilla in dub" stuff like drum club and spooky...dubbed to the max...truly the spirit of dubbbbbb

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