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The Sea Cat
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Re: DUB Advice
Jun 08, 2010, 12:40
Sin Agog wrote:
I don't think you're a fan of Post-Punk, so this is more a recommendation for anyone who happens to be into both Dub and Post-Punk/Industrial: Mark Stewart's Learning to Cope With Cowardice and As The Veneer of Democracy Starts to Fade. Two really singular, genre-less albums, that are some kinda Hellish, Thatcherite version of Dub. They feature the production of the Sugarhill Gang (Rapper's Delight), but couldn't sound any more different. I dig the William Burroughs samples, too.

Here's his version of Jerusalem: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UuwHZ3ZGM4&feature=related

Thanks. I liked that. As for post-punk, I'm not sure what the term means really. There is more modern stuff that I like, as well as classical, blues, jazz, folk, psych, prog, krautrock, etc. Like anyone, if it clicks for me, I'll dig it. It's good to have a very broad church. I don't write anything off just because it doesn't hit my spot, unless it's genuine utter shite that we'd all agree on, regardless!
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