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Echomania
Dub Syndicate
Echomania
Genres: World Music, Pop
 
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1993 On-U Sound / Restless Records — Songs Include : — 1. Roots Commandment — 2. Dubbing Psycho Thriller — 3. Dubaddisababa — 4. Walking Jerusalem — 5. No No — 6. '93 Struggle — 7. 2001 Love — 8. What Happened — 9. Green Stick — 10. ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Dub Syndicate
Title: Echomania
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Restless Records
Release Date: 6/14/1994
Genres: World Music, Pop
Styles: Reggae, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 018777276429

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1993 On-U Sound / Restless Records
Songs Include :

1. Roots Commandment
2. Dubbing Psycho Thriller
3. Dubaddisababa
4. Walking Jerusalem
5. No No
6. '93 Struggle
7. 2001 Love
8. What Happened
9. Green Stick
10. Rock Back
11. Echomania

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If you own only one dub CD, this is the one!
08/19/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The wealth of melting pot late 90's London -Bim Sherman pounds, teases, cracks, tickles; who's that? Lee Perry on "vocal"? Bottom-of-the-well bass, with scintillating and inventive tablas, tasteful guitar licks, keyboard bubbles: Adrian Sherwood mixes a scintillating brew. Don't miss this one. Use yer 'phones.."
A great disc and still not even one of their best!
John Dennett | Longmont, CO USA | 08/14/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As you might have guessed, Dub Syndicate is a reggae outfit. Lead by Style Scott, it's one of the super powers of the critically-acclaimed/commercially-invisible On-U Sound collective. On-U Sound brought head-trip dub back to the masses in the Eighties via Tackhead, African Head Charge, the mighty Dub Syndicate, Gary Clail, Mark Stewart, and about a million remixes. Echomania itself features the production of On-U mastermind Adrian Sherwood and the tabla talent of Talvin Singh, as well as guest vocals by Lee "Scratch" Perry ("Dubbing Psycho Thriller" & "Dubaddisababa" and Michael `Spearhead' Franti ("No No")."