Everyone talks about the fact that young people are no longer interested in their parents' reggae, and then that: The son of Mad Professor, Joe Ariwa and the son of the sound system operator Aba Shanti I, Ashanti Selah, bring things together Dub-Album according to grandfathers custom in a mutual exchange of blows: "A double dose of Dub“(Ariwa). Let's see if the fathers have their offspring in the art of Dub have probably instructed. In any case, one thing is immediately noticeable: Stylistically they differ Dubs of the two very extraordinary. While Joe cultivates his father's style, which is almost full of baroque abundance, Ashanti Selah uses the rather reduced style of the UKDubs. Where Joe shows virtuosity, Ashanti Selah responds with intensity. To hear this in comparison is quite exciting - but in the end it is not enough to really convince. As with many works by Ariwa, this is Dub-Mixing technique is excellent, but there is no correspondingly strong rhythm basis. Especially in comparison to the early rhythms from the legendary "Dub Me Crazy ”series, the more recent productions often sound somewhat uninspired and interchangeable. In this regard, Ashanti Selah's Steppers material is a bit better. However, it cannot stand up to the complexity of the Ariwa rhythms and the mix virtuosity of Mad Prof & Son. When played beautifully loud, the AshantiDubIt's pressure and intensity, but unfortunately it doesn't make them any more interesting. So my verdict has to be: Nice try, keep it up. There is still something going on.