DUBROOM ALBUM REVIEW
Every time I hear Dub Mixes from Dougie Wardrop, they always amaze me and I wonder why this name is not as known as Jah Shaka or the Mad Professor, to name but two other Dub Maestro's from the UK. "Centry meets the musical family" is the sub title for this interesting UK DUB release from the stables of Dougie Wardrop. Interesting? Yes, fe real! The instruments used on this album are almost all analogue or acoustic. Real drums, real bass, guitar, horns, you name it and it's on Release The Chains. Many modern Dub music is sometimes hard to recognize as Dub because of the many house and trance elements you find in it, but Release the Chains sticks to ROOTS MUSIC. 11 Tracks of versatile reggae music, easy skanking tunes but also upright steppers. Conscious Sounds deserves world wide attention with their original high quality Dub Sounds. I'm sure you will agree with me after you've listened to a couple of tracks. And you don't have to spend any money for that, because all the tracks of this album are freely available for download. If you click on the cover, you will be directed to a download page. There is also an option to purchase the CD which you should do if you like the music.
This album is currently out of print. This review is placed for historical reasons.