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Israel Vibration - Israel Dub
When the CD was introduced, many albums were re-released on this new format.

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Zema - Look At The Heart
When you liked Zema's album Stranger in the gates, you will absolutely love this one, because it contains everything that "Stranger" lacked: a full band with well known members such as Haile Maskel and Zacky Bernard (Twinkle Borthers), an all-stars list of guest appearances (Ras Michael), more songs, and more dubs, mixed skillfully by Scientist.

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Zema - Stranger In The Gates
The music of conscious Dreadlockswoman ZEMA has touched my heart from the first moment I heard "Check it out" from this album.

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Israel Vibration - Why So Craven
Israel Vibration was originally a Jamaican vocal trio, just like there are many more: Culture, Black Uhuru, Abyssinians, to name but three.

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Black Uhuru - Black Sounds Of Freedom
Black Uhuru is a vocal trio formed by Don Carlos, Duckie Simpson and Garth Dennis. But the group is best known from the days in which Michael Rose was responsible for the lead vocals.

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Black Uhuru & Paul Smykle - The Dub Factor
If you want to know what DUB can do to music, you should buy this CD. This is DUB the way DUB should be!

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Mad Professor & Jah Shaka - A New Decade Of Dub
Two Giants clash: Jah Shaka meets the Mad Professor in a new decade of Dub. The decade has past, the music remains.

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U Brown - Train To Zion
A concept which is widely used now: fragments of singing vocals, heavy drum and bass laden riddims, and on top of that a deejay chanting.

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Various - Channel One Maxfield Avenue Break Down
A lot of people speak about Studio One as being very important in reggae history, and rightfully so.

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