Wonders of the World (album)

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This article is about the 2001 album by the Long Beach Dub Allstars. For other Wonders of the World, see Wonders of the World (disambiguation).
Wonders of the World
Studio album by Long Beach Dub Allstars
Released September 11, 2001
Genre Dub, pop rock
Length 59:36
Label Geffen/DreamWorks
Long Beach Dub Allstars chronology
Right Back
(1999)
Wonders of the World
(2001)

Wonders of the World is the second album from dub band Long Beach Dub Allstars. It was released during the September 11, 2001 attacks, and was the final album from the band. The band members were: Ras 1 (vocals, guitar); Tim Wu (vocals, flute, saxophone, synthesizer); Jack Maness (vocals, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards); Opie Ortiz (vocals); Marshall Goodman (drums, percussion, turntables); Eric Wilson (bass); Bud (drums). It was recorded at Total Access Studios, in Redondo Beach, California. "Sunny Hours" was used as the theme song to the Friends' spin-off sitcom, Joey.

The record was produced by Paul Leary (who also produced half of Sublime's breakthrough self-titled album) and engineered and mixed by Eddie Ashworth, who also worked on many of Sublime's albums as well co-producing the previous Long Beach Dub All Stars album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Wonders Dub I"   1:05
2. "Sunny Hours"   3:58
3. "Listen to DJ's"   3:19
4. "Rolled Up"   3:16
5. "Every Mother's Dream"   1:48
6. "Life Goes On"   3:17
7. "It Ain't Easy"   3:23
8. "Luke"   4:07
9. "Wonders Dub II"   4:38
10. "No Way"   2:29
11. "Lonely End"   3:36
12. "Talkin' the Truth"   3:16
13. "Free Love"   3:22
14. "Lies"   3:06
15. "Kablammin' It"   4:40
16. "Grass Cloud"   6:36
17. "Sunny Hours (Reprise)"   3:30
Total length:
59:36

Guest Artist[edit]

Some of the tracks on this album feature additional artist, including: