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Dub Sound & Power

Christafari

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Album Review

The dubwise companion to Christafari's powerful Word Sound & Power album is quite good, but most aficionados of dub may find it just a bit lackluster. Both the credit for its generally high sonic quality and the blame for its lack of inspiration can be laid at the feet of engineer Jim Fox, a true friend of modern roots reggae who has produced fine albums by Israel Vibration, Big Mountain, the Melodians, and many others, but whose dub treatments tend to sound a bit sterile. Despite some laudably creative gestures here on tracks like "Dub Inna de Night" and the bass-heavy "Render Your Dub," the overall sound would have benefited from a little bit of roughening around the edges. Recommended primarily to those who loved Word Sound & Power; those who are just looking for a good dub album would do better to start with some vintage King Tubby or Augustus Pablo.

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Biography

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Christafari is the first Christian reggae band. Upon seeing the group's name and the fact that founder Mark "Tansoback" Mohr sports long dreads, one might deduce that the bandmembers promote a combination of Rastafarianism and Christianity, but the band's moniker actually comes from the Latin derivation...
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