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Audio CD (August 19, 2003)
Original Release Date: 2000
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Dmaft Records
ASIN: B0000A59UY
Average Customer Review:
3.1 out of 5 stars
12 customer reviews
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The heavy weight Dub champion of the world! Even with so many incredible Dub records back in print, this still has the hardest punch. Listen for yourself and be prepared to be knocked-out.\nThis had a sound all of it's own. This is science fiction for the ears! This was the future in 1983!
And in this corner...
Ken Biddle
This is no formula dub. Each song is it's own inspired creation from the opening beat to the end.\nSmykle puts his soul into every echo, vocal drop, and snippet... meshing everything together so it "feels" just right.\nDub Factor will never get dated. You could pop this on twenty years from now and it'll still sound fresh. Because it still sounds fresh today evoking curiosity from anyone I turn it on to.
I am finicky as hell when it come to buying cd's. I mean that I am not necessarily some kinda rich folk. I took a chance on this particular album and am pleased confess that I STILL own it, after 5 years. Need I say more?\nAnybody who tells you that it's worth 5 stars must be slobbering though, not to knock their over-enthusiasm, nonetheless the album is worth mentioning.
pretty good
Karl Meinhardt
Unreal Dub! A true classic. If you don't have this album you might as well listen to Back Street Boys.\nSly & Robbie are true masters in their own right, this well produced album is timeless.\nActually, I missed my freeway cutoff by 10 miles while listening to this album.\nIf you really want some insane music and images go to\n[...] for the very best in Tropical lifestyle images.
Rub a Dub Dub
Indian music lover
For many dub fans, nothing can match the music that came out of those mythic times at King Tubby's, with that wonderful cast of characters that included master producer Bunny Lee, the Aggrovators (Chinna, Santa et al), Tubby's disciples Prince Jammy and Scientist, and singers Johnny Clarke, Linval Thompson, and Cornell Campbell. However, when it comes to a truly original dub creation, the music on this CD is hard to beat. It's a whole new take on dub, akin to what Sergeant Peppers was for rock. These tra...
One of the most original of dub albums
Dartanyan Winston
Next to Aswad's "A New Chapter Of Dub" Black Uhuru's "The Dub Factor" is another one of the greatest Dub albums of all time. Two words "Puffed Out", the Dub version of "Puff She Puff" from their classical album "Red"! Hopefully you're upgrading to the version with the bonus tracks, and if so "Destination Unknown" is the way to go!
Another Classical Dub Album!
I love Kool Keith. I think he's one of the greatest mc's of all time but I have to say his last two albums have been really disapointing. Although, I do give Keith some credit on this album for bringing back some lyrical memories of his past cd,"Sex Style." But overall this cd lacks passion and well, sense. He talks about "piss" alot which gets kinda old. I don't know, I think Keith needs to get back with either Kutmasta Kurt or Dan the Automator. Keith needs to have at least one more album that will out...
I bought this C.D. as an accident, not knowing that it was dub. I was almost going to return it, but after listening to the songs a couple of times it turned me into a dub fan. I would suggest this album to any reggae lovers, even if you generally don't like dub.
Dub Review
DJ Primate
Words cannot do this album justice. I just put it on after not listening to it for a while, and it will be on my chart for a while, for certain.\nRecorded back in 1983, this still sounds amazingly fresh, in contrast to most of the technical gimmickry of the time, which sounds laughably dated. Perhaps that's because this album is more about ARTISTRY...\nWhile some tracks (most notably for me, the indescribably eerie "Apocalypse") are more effective than others, a track-by-track analysis can hardly do just...
The Alpha and Omega of Dub
C. M
This dub album is truly unique and very magical- anytime I want to change my mind-state I put this on. A natural way to alter your mind without even smoking any of the gange!\nI took a car trip to the Florida Keys last week and put this album on as we drove past lush tropical greenery, Carribean-blue waters and tiny tropical islands out at sea. Pure magic!
5++ Stars

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