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Kode9 + Daddi Gee*Sign Of The Dub / Stalker

Genre:Electronic
Style:Dubstep
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Sign Of The Dub
Stalker

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Cover of Sign Of The Dub / Stalker, 2004-04-00, VinylSign Of The Dub / Stalker
10", 33 ⅓ RPM
Hyperdub – HYP001UK2004UK2004
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Cover of Sign Of The Dub / Stalker, 2004, VinylSign Of The Dub / Stalker
10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
Hyperdub – HYP001UK2004UK2004
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Cover of Sine Of The Dub / Stalker, 2006-09-00, VinylSine Of The Dub / Stalker
10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Repress
Hyperdub – HYP001UK2006UK2006
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Cover of Sine Of The Dub / Stalker, 2006-12-00, FileSine Of The Dub / Stalker
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Hyperdub – HYP001UK2006UK2006

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Riddemspider's avatar
Riddemspider
Along with DMZ001 I`d say that dubstep started here approximately. Strange to see it dosnt have a higher demand. Great record!
fishead's avatar
fishead
Edited 15 years ago
Sine Of The Dub is a pretty insane take on Prince's Sign O' The Times... a deep, minimal pulse of a bassline carries the track along, while Space Ape lays out the message of Prince's original cut with such a deep voice and laid back tempo that you'd almost think someone was playing an acapella at 16rpm. The flipside, Stalker is substantially more up tempo, which makes it a more versatile record to cart along to a gig. It certainly isn't more of the same from side to side.

Great stuff.