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Album Review

The Parisian duo of bassist/guitarist Patrick Bylebyl and keyboardist Guillaume Metenier is back with its third album under the name Seven Dub, in a smooth and club-friendly set of dub-inflected house, nu-jazz, and reggae. Several guest vocalists make appearances, though Zap Mama alumna Angelique Willkie is featured so consistently throughout the album that she might as well be credited as a third member of the group. The other singers are Paul St. Hilaire (formerly of Rhythm & Sound), Zakeya, and, best of all, reggae legend Lone Ranger, who steals the show on "It Doesn't Matter," a brilliantly funky combination track with Willkie. Other highlights include a couple of instrumentals, the bumping "Yvo Riddim" and the cool and dark "Ashes," as well as the sexy and bass-heavy "Running Away" and a nice piece of dubbed-up rockers reggae titled "U & Dem" and featuring St. Hilaire on vocals. Things bog down a little bit around the middle of the program, especially on the pedestrian "My Only Lover," but overall this is a great exercise in club-dub fusion.

Customer Reviews

Seven Dub Hits the Mark

Three selections from this album provide an outstanding sample of the evolution of Dub to the mainstream of contemporary music. Specifically, "Yvo Riddim" and "Running Away (Noiseshaper Remix)" represent some of the best Dub sounds I have come across in years of the "never ending search" for the corporal roots of reggae. Both numbers require the listener to close their eyes, drift back, and allow the "riddim" to propel the know what I'm talking about. "Back to Ashes" caps off the emotion in a positive manner. The remainder of the album is well worth the price and provides a statement of Seven Dub's mastery.

Cool Stuff!

I guess I should have just bought the whole thing cause I've already downloaded more than 9 songs! Nice, clean grooves.

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