Dub Mix Convention ‎– Dub Mix Convention

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1 Rough Life
Written-By, Featuring – Mighty Tolga
6:25
2 World Cup 7:10
3 Slices 5:39
4 Can't Stop 4:52
5 Western One Drop 5:30
6 Sound Man 5:45
7 That An' This 6:47
8 Each One Teach One
Written-By, Featuring – Jah Meek
5:01
9 It's Time Enuff 6:10
10 But Do You Realize 5:40
11 Jah Love Sees No Colour
Written-By, Featuring – Ebo
8:43

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All tracks published by Ed. Babylon Central/BMG Ufa.
tracks 1 to 3, 5 to 7, 9 to 11: also published by ICM/Hanseatic.
tracks 1 to 4, 6 to 11: also published by copyright control.

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℗ + © 1998 Elektrolux
Made in the E.E.C.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 017866 122858
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4017866122858
  • Matrix / Runout: E 101110 P+O-40738-A1 02-99
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L961
  • Label Code: LC 1175
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

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loolarge

loolarge

January 15, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

I am listening to it now, as I ordered a bunch of electronic dub CDs. I know the track "Slices" as it was part of the Serious Dropout compilation, it is one of my favourite tracks from there.
I do agree that otherwise not many of the remaining tracks stick out as particularly great although not particularly bad either, it's just that most are more of the lower, loungy tempo which I tend to prefer slightly less and they don't achieve to compensate with overly interesting sounds or clever arrangement a lot of the times. That said, I will give it some more time to listen through.
amberoid

amberoid

June 13, 2008

Mildly diverting, highly collectible, rather disappointing. Like the best albums, this is very consistent, however it is, unfortunately, consistently boring.

How on earth one of these songs was supposedly the official world cup song for Jamaica, I will never know. These tracks are ridiculously dull.

What you get for your money is a collection of electro-dub tracks at mid to high tempo. There is not much emotion to be found on this album, just monotony. For hard-core Teutonic dub fans only.