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barangatang
02-14-2008, 08:51 AM
Dub is good. Anyone else like it?

Groundation
Wet City Rockers
Fat Freddy's Drop
Stick Figure
10 ft. Ganja Plant


I guess for me, the only thing I can say about dub is that when it's bad, it is really, really bad. There are a few amazing bands though that have defenitly had a large affect on the way I play music with other people.

Llamas
02-14-2008, 11:45 AM
I don't know anything about it. Can you upload a few of your favorite songs?

Apathy
02-15-2008, 09:51 PM
I don't care too much for Reggae Dub.

Edit: Initially I was just going to post this, but I feared no one would get the joke. Reggae Dub is totally awesome. Seriously.

Although if you could post a few songs it would be nice because I can't say I've heard of what you posted.

coke_a_holic
02-15-2008, 09:59 PM
I don't care too much for Reggae Dub.

Edit: Initially I was just going to post this, but I feared no one would get the joke. Reggae Dub is totally awesome. Seriously.

Although if you could post a few songs it would be nice because I can't say I've heard of what you posted.

REGEEAA.

Robbin' The Hood is my favorite Sublime cd. It has the least amount of lyrics.

barangatang
02-19-2008, 01:33 AM
Stick Figure: (one amazing musician +16 track recorder) http://music.download.com/stickfiguredub/3600-8835_32-100680603.html

The songs that I highly recommend are Reverb Dub, Walk of life, and Winds from the west.

Wet City Rockers (They're from Seattle. It definitely shows in their music) http://music.download.com/wetcityrockers/3600-8842_32-100406329.html

Download "Folly Tricktion" and "Burn that bush". The other songs are good, but are more roots reggae oriented. The whole album has some fantastic tracks, look on itunes and listen to "Plastic Girl" and "Hatts Coffee bean dub".



And yes, "Robbin' The Hood" is excellence.