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Scientist - Dub Landing flac album
  • Performer Scientist
  • Title Dub Landing
  • Date of release 1981
  • Style Dub
  • Other formats VOX AHX MP1 MMF DTS VQF DMF
  • Genre Reggae
  • Size MP3 1587 mb
  • Size FLAC 1730 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 728

The Scientist Dub Landing.

BPM Profile Dub Landing. Album starts at 122BPM, ends at 137BPM (+15), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Scientist. Jah Life in Dub. 2015. The Dub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear! 2015. Dub War - Coxsone vs. Quaker City. Scientist Wins the World Cup. 2001.

Hopeton Overton Brown (born 18 April 1960) is a recording engineer and producer who rose to fame in the 1980s mixing dub music as "Scientist". A protégé of King Tubby (Osbourne Ruddock), Scientist's contemporaries include several figures who, working at King Tubby's studio, had helped pioneer the genre in the 1970s: Ruddock, Bunny Lee, Philip Smart, Pat Kelly and Prince Jammy.

The Dub Landing album comprised superb Scientist dubs of work Thompson cut with Rod Taylor, Barry Brown, Al Campbell and Freddy McKay, whose romance number ‘Hey Stranger’ is dubbed into sub-sonic oblivion for ‘Beaming,’ with just a smattering of McKay’s voice frozen in time as Flabba Holt’s bass is given gargantuan proportion; Sowell Radics’ wah-wah guitar also leaps in. and out of the mix. The whole album is magnificent, and Dub Landing 2 is also worth seeking out for its fine dubs of Viceroys material; the Wailing Souls album Wailing, which has vocal tracks followed by Scientist dub versions. Introducing Scientist – The Best Dub Album In The World surfaced in England on the Brixton-based JB Music label, its front cover showing that an incredibly youthful kid was responsible for its amazing sound contours.

Dub Landing by Scientist on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Hey Stranger by Freddie McKay (1983).