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Groundation - Dub Wars



Groundation Dub Wars
best of 2006Groundation - Dub Wars
(CD) On The Corner OTCD999, 2006-01-30

Tracklisting :
01. Ruling Dub
02. Don's Intro
03. Elders Dub
04. The Dragon
05. Elements
06. Dub Rise
07. Dub Them Well | MP3
08. The Mountain
09. Feel Jah's Dub | MP3
10. The Seventh Dub | MP3

Links :
groundation.com
youngtreerecords.com
myspace.com/groundation

Press Release :
The first ever Groundation dubs avaliable on CD. To honor the 77th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Young Tree records is doing an early online release of Groundation's DUB WARS avaliable now. This album will be their first compact disc of original Dub versions. Taken from their pinnacle works of Hebron Gate and We Free Again, DUB WARS reveals the depth and scope of the Groundation sound. This is a second performance by the engineers (Jim Fox and Marcus Urani) of previously recorded material rearranged with effects and stereo spacing. DUB WARS highlights the individual voices within the music some of which was never used on the final album version.
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