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New Decade Of Dub

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Ecological Dub
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Natural Roots
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One Million Man Dub
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Wig Wam
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Chanting Down The Wicked
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New Decade Dub
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Gautrey Road Style
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Roots Jamboree
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Zulu Hut
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Morphing Dub
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Only One God
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 44:20

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Legendary dub producer Mad Professor has made consistency his calling card, and in a year in which he released a half-dozen albums, even the more mediocre outings like New Decade of Dub stand out from the competition. On his second collaboration with fellow British dub master Jah Shaka, the tripped-out psychedelic sounds are a bit more stripped-down than usual, with the spotlight primarily resting on the percussion talents of Drumtan Ward. Frequent sideman Black Steel contributes his typically tasteful guitar work to the proceedings, and Louis Farrakhan is even sampled to great effect. It’s a bit more restrained than most of Mad Professor’s more experimental work with the inimitable Lee “Scratch” Perry, but a fine excursion into dub’s deep roots nonetheless. – Bret Love

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