Decadent Dub Team

Decadent Dub Team

Decadent Dub Team was formed in Dallas in 1986. The group's first single, "Six Gun", was on the "Sound of Deep Ellum" compilation album released by Island Records in '87 and was remixed later that year by NWA's Dr. Dre for inclusion on the soundtrack to the Dennis Hopper-directed LA film "Colors". In 1990, Decadent Dub Team co-produced "30 Cops or More" and "Seven DeeJays" for the "Edutainment" album by Boogie Down Productions. 1990-'91 proved a busy year for the band, as they released a 12" single called "Makin' Funky Money" b/w "Give Up Tha Gold" and a Vanilla-Ice-dissing 7" single called "Meltdown", both on Los Angeles-based Triple X Records. The former was revamped by MC 900 Ft Jesus for a subsequent "Makin' Funky Money" / "Give Up Tha Gold" remix 12", also on Triple X Records.

Decadent Dub Team Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

Decadent Dub Team Six Gun (Single) Island Records US 1987 Sell This Version
Decadent Dub Team Money ≠ Gold (Single) Triple X Records US 1990 Sell This Version
Decadent Dub Team Meltdown (Single) Triple X Records US 1991 Sell This Version

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