Scientist ‎– Dub In The Roots Tradition

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Tracklist

King Tubby's Answer 3:21
Dub Bible 2:54
Dub 16 3:51
Pick Up The Dub 3:30
Don't Rush The Dub 2:58
No Dub Island 3:08
Love You Dub 3:23
When I Love Dub 2:43
See A Dub Face 3:05
One Man Dub 3:30
Sunshine Version 3:31
Dub Livity 3:28
Babylon Fight Dub 2:52
African Daughter Dub 3:13
Home Version 2:52

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BAFCD 012 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(CD, Comp) Blood & Fire BAFCD 012 UK 1996 Sell This Version
none Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(Cass, Promo) Blood & Fire none UK 1996 Sell This Version
BAFLP 012 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(LP, Comp) Blood & Fire BAFLP 012 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BAF LP 012 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(LP, Comp, TP) Blood & Fire BAF LP 012 UK 1996 Sell This Version
SVLP 333 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(LP, Comp, Promo, RE) Simply Vinyl, Blood & Fire SVLP 333 UK 2001 Sell This Version
SVLP 333 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(LP, Comp, RE) Simply Vinyl, Blood & Fire SVLP 333 UK 2001 Sell This Version
none Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(15xFile, ALAC, Comp, RE) Blood & Fire none Unknown
BAFCD 012 Scientist Dub In The Roots Tradition(CD, Comp, RP) Blood & Fire BAFCD 012 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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March 19, 2018
referencing Dub In The Roots Tradition, CD, Comp, BAFCD 012
On a kick with reviewing some releases outside of early 90s English Jungle, so what better Dub album to review than the mighty Scientist's, 'Dub In The Roots Tradition'. Pure 'Easy Like Sunday Morning', lazy, mellow, sonic crippling and downright amazing Dub with every single track on this release. Scientist has a style all to his own, and on a good portion of these selections he seems to traverse a darker and more sinister take on the version, from what we're use to hearing from him. Extremely versatile and prolific, Scientist is a master of the Dub Craft, and if you ever come across a copy of this album, do yourself a favor and pick it up. I have hundreds upon hundreds of Dub cuts, but this record always seems to find its way back on my system getting pumped to the maximum... Not really, that would bust my bassbin, but figuratively, yes it's at its max!