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#4
You just named half the bands on my MP3 bro. I ****in love all of that ****.
#5
I'm looking for some smoked out Reggae, more like Dub actually.

Y'know, stuff to smoke and chill to. What do you recommend?
#9
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I'm looking for some smoked out Reggae, more like Dub actually.

Y'know, stuff to smoke and chill to. What do you recommend?


Black Uhuru.
#11
Pepper.

Get the Album Kona Town. THat has some really good dub on it. Slightly stoopid has some but you really have to look for it. One or two really smokable songs on each album.
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#15
Haven`t heard of them.
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#16
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What did you think of Black Uhuru?


Their dub is pretty damn good. It's what I was looking for; cheers!
#19
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I'm looking for some smoked out Reggae, more like Dub actually.

Y'know, stuff to smoke and chill to. What do you recommend?



Barrington Levy
Dennis Bovell
Gregory Isaacs
Johnny Osbourne (particularly A Kiss Dub)


And Scientist.
#23
"The Urge" even though they are bit more diverse mixing dub with rock. Matisyahu is a fukn dude man, jewish guy with the full traditional beard and hat doing reggae, top musician
#24
i can't remember their name exactly but the dudes from sublime minus knowle... long beach dub allstars?
#25
cant believe nobody has said Lee perry or king tubby.
old school dub.
DeFacto are pretty cool too.
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#26
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cant believe nobody has said Lee perry or king tubby.
old school dub.
DeFacto are pretty cool too.


King tubby is awesome.

Check out Augustus Pablo for a sick Melodica player, and burning spear for sure.
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#28
I like Sean Kingston he has kinda a reggae voice.
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#29
this is what i was looking for guys thanx! i just jammed with a buddy today who was really into reggea and i love jamming to it. so i was looking for some recs....thanx!!!!!!!!!!!

and that list of 100 albums im going through it one at a time! keep up the good work guys!
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#30
Augustus Pablo is always good if your looking for some dub. King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown is pretty good.
#31
vybz kartel
buju banton
spragga benz
kymoni marley
damien marley
movado
(old) elephant man
beanie man
bounty hunter
morgan heritage

and for the thread starter
slightly stoopid is ska not reggae
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#32
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I like old school like Bob Marley.

then you'll love Toots and the Maytals. Check 'em out.
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#33
I really love Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. But then listening to your guys advice I listen to some Black Uhuru and Burning Spears. Personally, I was not a fan at all really because it sounded all the same. Anyways I'm a huge fan of the newer reggae/dub scene like some Bedouin Soundclash, illScarletts (older stuff), Slightly Stoopid, Sublime. Keep Jah Reggae Alive!
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#34
If your into new raggae, check out a band called Rebelution, my cousin told me about them and Im glad he did.

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#35
I checked out Black Uhuru (this thread has been pretty useful! I didnt even start it) and they are phenomenal
Anyone reading this should check them out.
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#36
*lights joint*

*listens to UB40's Labour of Love album*

Pretty much the only good cover album ever made ever.
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#37
I found this album called "Box of Dub 2: Dubstep and Future Dub"
No real dubstep on there unfortunately, but its all electronic dub music, great for sound systems (that's not referring to a set of speakers in your car, either, white boy).

Other than that:
The Aggrolites (a bit of ska, too)
Steel Pulse
Toots and the Maytals (ska as well, but it all crosses over, right?)

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*lights joint*

*listens to UB40's Labour of Love album*

Pretty much the only good cover album ever made ever.

What about Easy Star All Stars' "Dub Side of the Moon" or "Radiodread"? Both dammed good (you can guess what they are, too, I hope).