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Based in The netherlands, The Dub Project is the brainchild of t & producer Ryan Moore (Twilight Circus, Legendary Pink Dots, Tear Garden etc) who grew up in Canada and is rooted in reggae in dub. He has worked on nearly 100 album productions with various artists including numerous Jamaican legends.
In 1974, Keith Hudson released his classic Pick a Dub, widely considered to have been the first deliberately thematic dub album, with tracks specifically mixed in the dub style for the purpose of appearing together on an LP, and King Tubby released his two debut albums At the Grass Roots of Dub and Surrounded by the Dreads at the National Arena. No Doubt's second-most recent album, Rock Steady, features an assortment of popular dub sounds like reverb and echoing. As noted by the band themselves, No Doubt is heavily influenced by Jamaican musical aesthetics and production techniques, even recording their Rock Steady album in Kingston, Jamaica, and producing B-sides featuring dub influences on their Everything in Time B-sides album. Modern dub producer Ryan Moore has received critical acclaim for his Twilight Circus project.
This album absolutely perfected a unique strain of dub techno that had been building alongside its more straightforward genetic cousin, helping pave the way for an entire subgenre’s flourishing over the next decade. Pop was the fourth and final (for seventeen years, at least) album from Gas, Wolfgang Voigt’s most well-known and influential project. That original four-album run saw his then-startling combination of compulsive 4/4 beats and psychedelic ambient music grow from an experiment to a well-oiled machine and then, in its final act, take flight into the upper atmosphere of sound
The Dub Room Special is an album by Frank Zappa, released in August 2007. It is a soundtrack for the film of the same name, and combines recordings from a TV-show performance on August 27, 1974, and from a concert in New York City on October 31, 1981. The album, originally prepared for vinyl release by Zappa, was first sold at Zappa Plays Zappa shows in the United States during August 2007. This is Official Release Contents. August 1974 band (tracks 1, 3-5 and 7-11) . The album has liner notes by John Frusciante. All songs written by Frank Zappa.
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Featuring – Big Youth, Michael Rose
|2||Why Can't We Be Friends?
Featuring – Big Youth
|3||On The Edge||2:08|
|4||Guns In The Street
Featuring – Jah Stitch, Michael Rose
- Bass – Sly Dunbar
- Drums – Style Scott
- Producer – Ryan Moore
NotesThis promo CD came in a plastic sleeve and doesn't contain any information about the tracks regarding duration or title, but it definitely bears the same tracks as the regular album how they are listed above.
|MREC CD 510||The Dub Project||2 (CD, Album)||M Records||MREC CD 510||Netherlands||2007|