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New Heavy

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Illegal Dub
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Not Alone (feat. Mike Patton)
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Angle of Acceptance
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Table Rock Dub
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Jack Bauer
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One Man Tag Crew
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Yes You Can't
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Sunny I'm Kill
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Screaming at the Sea
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Cool out and Coexist
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Lullaby for...
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 40:06

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Last track

TigerSharkMusic

Great album (refer to other reviews), but don't download the last track unless you want to listen to pure noise.

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FYI Peeping Tom Fans

VelvetUnderdog

This is the band that plays the live intruments w/ Patton's latest erotic epic all star project (Oh how I love hearing Norah Jones calling me a Sucker and a Mother F'r...)

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In the tradition of Bad Brains

dafisk

Dub Trio's first album is pretty much straight up dub ala Brooklyn. This latest album ads quite a bit of hardcore and punk elements.

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Dub Trio has been promising a disc heavier on punk metal since its 2004 debut, and New Heavy delivers. Where that leaves them in the mind of dub kingpin Lee “Scratch” Perry and his Jamaican disciples is anybody’s guess, but if these 11 lengthy tracks demonstrate anything, it’s that the band doesn’t mind ditching its barely formed image in favor of letting a less circumscribed one rip. Rock outweighs reggae on every song: the fun house fury of “Illegal Dub” gives way to the dark and satisfying Mike Patton-vocal on “Not Alone,” and the genre stew that is “Table Rock Dub” readies the listener, who by then has doubtlessly figured out that the key to enjoying this disc is to roll with it, for the excellent punk onslaught that is “One Man Tag Crew.” That New Heavy is a mash barely matters. Dub Trio are musicians’ musicians — they’ve each proved it individually with their session work — and twice now they’ve turned in discs that say as much about their need to breathe creatively as to crank out cool music. Which is the way it should be. Does anybody want to hear straight-up Jamaican dub from a threesome that’s edgy enough to infiltrate G-Unit and No Doubt? – Tammy La Gorce

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