Dub Syndicate - Echomania album
Album · 1993 · 11 Songs. Echomania Dub Syndicate.
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This disc finds Dub Syndicate back to full strength. Thanks to an all-too-brief distribution arrangement with Restless Records in the . this is one On-U title that should be relatively easy to find in the States, and it will make a fine introduction for newcomers to the band's strange but wonderful art.
Dub Syndicate – Echomania. Country: UK & Europe. I was listening to this album just the other da. ne of my favourite album's of all time. Lovely sounds and quality lyrics,especially from Lee scratch perry. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Echomania shows Dub Syndicate at the top of their creative power. This is timeless dub album - still sounds fresh after 20 years. It is build on solid lively riddims with lots of electronic sounds around them. You can here jamaican guru Lee Scratch Perry rattling and screaming in two songs, there is also fine guest performance from Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy man Michael Franti. The strongest tracks on album are uplifting hymn Walking Jerusalem, 93 Struggle with sampled voice of Prince Far I and 2001 Love with ultraheavy powerful riddim
Roots Commandment, 05:44. Dubbing Psycho Thriller, 04:19.
Echomania is a dub/ska/reggae music album recording by DUB SYNDICATE released in 1993 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1 Roots Commandment 5:44 2 Dubbing Psycho Thriller 4:19 3 Dubaddisababa 6:03 4 Walking Jerusalem 4:22 5 No No 5:10 6 '93 Struggle 3:14 7 2001 Love 8:06 8 What Happened? 4:58 9 Green Stick 4:03 10 Rock Back 4:50 11 Echomania 5:21.
Dub Syndicate is a dub band, formed by Adrian Sherwood, which became a showcase for Adrian Sherwood's collaboration with Lincoln "Style" Scott, former drummer with the Roots Radics, Suns of Arqa and Creation Rebel. Dub Syndicate initially evolved out of Creation Rebel and had a classic dub sound until the third album, Tunes From The Missing Channel (1985), where Dub Syndicate gave birth to a more experimental, technological dub sound.