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Thursday, Feb 28 2008 | 13:00

Dub Syndicate was probably the most ‘futuresized’ roots dub band since Adrian Sherwood (Hit Run & On-U Sound) & drummer Style Scott (Roots Radics) start collaborating in the late 70s. The pair produced a brace of great albums for On-U, a sort of genre crossover, but with definite reggae roots.

Style Scott always had the vision of rebuilding Dub Syndicate as a semi-vocal band. Around ten years ago he started his own label, Lion & Roots, as an independent division in Kingston, Jamaica, producing four albums.

Dub Syndicate’s “Overdubbed” is the first nice price release – an ultimate album in a megamix style overdubbed by Rob Smith (of Smith & Mighty) to introduce the younger and upcoming generations to joyness & fullness, to the sound & vibes of Dub.


01. Nothing Comes Easy
02. Time
03. Togetherness
04. Emmanuell
05. One In A Billion
06. Sound Clash
07. Jamaican Proverb
08. Yes, its bless
09. Lion King
10. No Bed Of Roses
11. Dubbing Is a Must
12. Kingston 14
13. Higher Than High
14. Hard & Tuff
15. Greater David
16. God Is A Man
17. Creation

The album Dub SyndicateOverdubbed” (Collision) has been released March 28, 2008.

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