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Apha & Omega: Dubplate Selection Vol. 3

Christine Woodbridge and John Sprosen, aka Alpha & Omega, can't help it. In 1991 her music aroused my fascination for modern music Dub. Since then, countless albums have been released (Discogs lists 29 pieces, of which I am here in the Dubblog have since reviewed 25 pieces) while the mystic sound of the two developed very, very slowly from the rustling of the jungle to a concise steppers style. The latter is now impressively on the new album "Dubplate Selection Vol. 3“(Alpha & Omega) presented. The mixes specially created for use in the sound system add even more drive, dynamics and sheer bass power. Anyone who owns an official subwoofer should also have fun with it at home (at least until the neighbor rings), because in the Dubs of the two, there are always many details to discover that can only really be discovered when you listen carefully.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

One reply to "Apha & Omega: Dubplate Selection Vol. 3 "

Very good disc. Trance-esque wafting with few variations in the individual piece, few vocals, fat riddims with nice accessories and effects.

Still, the whole thing seems somehow ... unfinished. The tracks are very short (and, with 10 pieces, the whole disc) and usually end abruptly. It's a shame actually. Still, the sounds are just great. I would buy again.

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