After Greensleeves with the “Evolution of Dub“Series the story of the Dub recounted, Trojan probably also wanted the benefit of the popularity of Dubstep use the favor of the hour brought about to do the same - albeit in a somewhat reduced framework. Instead of releasing several 4-CD boxes like Greensleeves, Trojan limits itself to a double CD - but with at least 40 tracks: Foundation Dub (Trojan /Sanctuary). And since Trojan doesn't mess up, here is a collection of the best and most important Dubs compiled their archives, beginning in the early 1970s and ending in the early 1980s. All important Dub-Producers and mixers of the era of the classic DubThere are: Augustus Pablo, King Tubby, Niney, Prince Jammy, Scientist, Linval Thompson, Bunny Lee and of course (and above all): Lee Perry. In chronological order you can go through the history of the Dub hearing, following how the sound has changed and how the mixes first became more and more complex and finally very simple again, can penetrate deeply into the Dub-Mysticism of the Black Ark studio, listen to Jammy's virtuosity and of course admire Tubby's routine. It is a journey through time from the instrumental version to pure sound, from the B-side to abstraction, from secondary use to independent art. A journey based on absolutely essential Dubs, by the way, a trip that doesn't come across as academic, but offers exactly what it is for Dub was invented: fun.