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The remarkable thing about reggae legend Lee "Scratch" Perry and production mastermind Mad Professor is not the sheer volume of their recorded output, but the relative consistency of its quality. This album is no exception, as Mad Professor remixes tracks from Perry's Who Put the Voodoo 'Pon Reggae? in typical dubadelic style. As insane as Perry normally sounds, being awash in the psychedelic soundwaves of dub suits his raving-madman vocal style even more perfectly. Here, his chicken squawks, nonsense utterances, and babblin'-in-Babylon ramblings are matched by a host of appropriately trippy, echoing, reverberating sounds. Pure, unadulterated dub genius.


Genre: Reggae

A disciple of Lee "Scratch" Perry, Mad Professor was one of the leading producers in dub reggae's second generation. His Dub Me Crazy albums helped dub make the transition into the digital age, when electronic productions started to take over mainstream reggae in the '80s. His space-age tracks not only made use of new digital technology, but often expanded dub's sonic blueprint, adding more elements and layers of sound than his forebears typically did. In the mid-'90s, he returned to the basics,...
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