|Album:||A Fantastica Fabrica De Dub||Collection:||Reggae|
|Artist:||Edu Satta Jah||Added:||Sep 2008|
|Add Date:||2008-09-14||Pull Date:||2008-11-16||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Nov 16||Nov 9||Nov 2||Oct 26||Oct 19||Oct 12||Oct 5||Sep 28|
|1.||Apr 14, 2012:||New World Disorder
Alone In Express
|4.||Nov 15, 2008:||New World Disorder
|2.||Jan 15, 2009:||Happy Hour
|5.||Nov 08, 2008:||New World Disorder
|3.||Nov 27, 2008:||Happy Hour
|6.||Oct 29, 2008:||New World Disorder
Reviewed by Sadie O., 9/10/08
Seriously demented dub from Brazil. All tracks start with a lot of random electronica for quite a period of time, and I think they’d have been better without them – but they’ll fit in nicely with quite a few shows, and once they get going, the dub is pretty wild. I wish the last track wasn’t one of those “hidden track” things – the vocal part at the end is pretty breathtaking, and the sitar bit is pretty cool, too.
No FCCs. I like 3, 5, 7 and esp. 4 best.
1. 3:50 **odd quasi-industrial noises for first 50 secs, with beat slow impinging, finally a very downtempo dub skank with squeeps. Ends with ho ho hos.
2. 4:41 **bit of processed voice, stoned sounding horns, downtempo drum and bass skank. Considerable randomocity.
3. 4:24 ***midtempo skank with lots of syndrum. Snips of vocals. Fades to occasional random noises for last several seconds.
4. 4:48 ****deconstructed skank, backmasking… very slow dub skank with cowboy-style harmonica. Pretty damn weird!
5. 5:07 ***random clangs and whooshes for a full minute, then horns, and finally a groovy sort of samba bubble.
6. 3:51 **soft hand percussion instruments, gradually adding on structure and bits of other instruments.
7. 4:10 ***bit of processed voice, echos, downtempo dub skank that craps out and comes back as a cow. I swear.
8. 4:22 **very low electronics for a few seconds, and video game noises, random musical bits, finally another downtempo skank – groovy, though.
9. 4:36 *loony vocal snippets and electronics, deconstructed skank where all the pieces rarely come together at once, very sparse.
10. 8:55 *alarm clock for several seconds, then random squeeps, gets a cobbled together beat after about 2.5 minutes. Sitar – pretty cool. Fades about 3 minutes from the end. Silence for 30 seconds or so, then amazing vocal harmonies praising Rastafari. As a track for the radio it’s pretty dicey, but various of the sections are really cool.
|1.||Vom Vindos. Welcome. Bienvenidos||6.||Charlie And The Grandpa|
|2.||Swing Easy||7.||Alone In Express|
|3.||Sound Of The City||8.||Manasses|
|4.||Dub 1419||9.||Dub Is Culture|