Jah Wobble & Bill Laswell ‎– Radioaxiom Remixed

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Palm Pictures ‎– PP12 7063-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
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A1 Alsema Dub (Carl Craig Remix)
Remix [Respiritualized By] – Carl Craig
6:41
A2 Alsema Dub (Album Version) 5:28
B1 Orion (4 Hero Dollis Dub Mix)
Remix – 4 HeroRemix, Producer [Additional] – Marc Mac
5:48
B2 Virus B (Album Version) 8:06

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Alsema Dub (Carl Craig Remix) recorded and mixed in Detroit at EMLabs.

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  • Barcode: 660200706319
  • Matrix / Runout: (PP12) PO 7063 SIDE ONE A MCR-RCE
  • Matrix / Runout: (PP12) PO 7063 SIDE TWO B

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bo-dereks-tits

bo-dereks-tits

June 17, 2015
carl craig remix, deep as you like, hypnotic and fantastic.
Carrzinho

Carrzinho

October 2, 2012
A1: Techno. Sprawling dubby bass overlaps with male vocal loop and female diva sample. Thronged with different sounds and ideas it threatens to be a soupy mess but Carl Craig manages to maintain the focus to create an earthy World Techno that emits from Ian O'Brien on occasions. Almost unique but excellent with it.[TEN]
A2: Space World-Dub(?) Trademark Jah Wobble bass hook runs throughout and makes the whole experience very spacey and very groovy. World vocals and sounds punctuate the track that flow very nicely and makes for an engaging and very listenable track slighlt let down with loose ending. [EIGHT]
B1: Dub. Difficult genre begins with a convential but barely entertaining dub track that breaksdown into a dubby drum and bass by numbers. Poor from an amazing producer. [TWO]
B2: Dub jazz-House. Jah Wobble's Bass again dominates a spacey mildy interesting track. [FIVE]