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Mad Professor - Evolution Of Dub: Black Liberation Dub, Chapter 3
This is truly on of the best DUB albums ever released by the Mad Professor. And remember, the Mad Professor is one of the best DUB Producers. Yes, here we have another set of beautifull vibes in the ears of the DUB Lover.

The Evolution of DUB, of course, speaks about the evolvement of the Engineer as an artist and the mixing board with the effects as his instrument. And on this album the mixing board truly has become one with the music, one aspect of the music, even one essential aspect. 

And so this album, released in 1996, is not only an exposee of the many different kind of riddims recorded in the Mad Professor's own ARIWA Studio's. Even though you will find some of the heaviest militant Steppers next to riddims even used by such as Massive Attack.

It's not only another proof of the sublime mastering quality either. Even though the deepest bass comes through crystal clear. Your neighbors will love them all!

It's not only the Mad Professor behind the controls, showing his ability to create the most complicated DUB mixes on some of the heaviest Original Drum and Bass lines. Even though you will not find any "dull" moment throughout an album which in itself is just a little bit too short to get a full three star rating.

It's not only that the album is one complete experience that will truly keep your attention from the top to the very last drop. Even though it is so, that the album is best enjoyed when played from beginning to end in the sequence it arrives.

It's not even all these things combined. Even though they all should be considered enough argumentation to convince every self respecting DUB collector of the essentiality of this record.

It's also because there is a wide variety of heartical emotions transformed into skillfull DUB mixing.

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