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Posted by Rho at Tuesday, December 11, To overstand dub Last played on. Dub Happening by Itself Dubplate Mix. No Beginning No End One Prayer. Purposeful Dub.

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Survivor Last played on. Rastafari Last played on. Respect To The Warrior. The songs seem to be paired up, but the dub versions here are different takes on the rhythm, not just a "Part Two" extension of the same groove. The female voice intoning human rights' heroes on "Freedom Fighters" gives way to the Mutabaruka-like interjections Exile? The Watch And Pray LP half introduces variety in its own way, with a thinner, less-present sound, more reliance on sonic effects, and far fewer vocals.

But the relative quality drop is nowhere near far enough to keep from recommending this disc. And the duo are always convincing at laying down the dub as rhythm-of-life-to-live-by foundation; foundation stone number one for any musician or fan of dub, modern or roots variety. Posted by Rho at Tuesday, December 11,

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Dub Survivor. Dub Survivor Last played on. Rastafari dubplate version. Rastafari dubplate version Last played on. No Rest No Peace. No Rest No Peace Last played on. Punk Show with Mike Davies. Similar Artists Nucleus. Back to artist. The duo was accompanied by the Disciples on their album, Sacred Art of Dub; Mystical Things followed three years later and the brilliant Dub Philosophy appeared in summer The songs seem to be paired up, but the dub versions here are different takes on the rhythm, not just a "Part Two" extension of the same groove.

The female voice intoning human rights' heroes on "Freedom Fighters" gives way to the Mutabaruka-like interjections Exile? The Watch And Pray LP half introduces variety in its own way, with a thinner, less-present sound, more reliance on sonic effects, and far fewer vocals.

But the relative quality drop is nowhere near far enough to keep from recommending this disc. And the duo are always convincing at laying down the dub as rhythm-of-life-to-live-by foundation; foundation stone number one for any musician or fan of dub, modern or roots variety.