Dub Wars

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Dub Wars
Dub wars.jpg
Remix album by Groundation
Released 2005
Genre Dub
Length 60:12
Label Young Tree
Producer Harrison Stafford
Marcus Urani
Groundation chronology
We Free Again
(2004)We Free Again2004
Dub Wars
(2005)
Upon the Bridge
(2006)Upon the Bridge2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[1]

Dub Wars is the fifth release by American reggae band Groundation. Released in 2005 on Young Tree Records, Dub Wars collects dub versions of tracks from previous Groundation albums Hebron Gate (originally released on the LP Dragon War) and We Free Again. These dub versions were engineered by Jim Fox (Lion & Fox) and redubbed by keyboardist Marcus Urani.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Ruling Dub" (dub version of "Babylon Rule Dem") 7:04
2. "Don's Intro" (dub version of "Undivided") 5:52
3. "Elder's Dub" (dub version of "Freedom Taking Over") 5:32
4. "The Dragon" (dub version of "Weeping Pirates") 6:42
5. "Elements" (dub version of "Silver Tongue Show") 5:27
6. "Dub Rise" (dub version of "Dem Rise") 7:11
7. "Dub Them All" (dub version of "Wish Them Well") 5:51
8. "The Mountain" (dub version of "Praising") 6:03
9. "Feel Jah's Dub" (dub version of "Feel Jah") 4:47
10. "The Seventh Dub" (dub version of "The Seventh Seal") 6:05

Personnel[edit]

  • Don Carlos – vocals
  • Dave Chachere – trumpet
  • Kendrick Freeman – percussion, conga
  • Malika Madremana – backing vocals
  • Giovanni Maki – artwork, layout design
  • Ryan "Iron" Newman – bass
  • Jason Robinson – flute, saxophone
  • Paul Spina – percussion, drums
  • Harrison Stafford – guitar, percussion, vocals, producer, nyabinghi drums
  • Rita Thies – bass, flute (Alto), saxophone
  • Marcus Urani – organ, percussion, piano, keyboards, melodica, producer, fender rhodes, remixing

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