The eight-piece band Pama International was founded in 2001, and they call their music “Dub Fueled Ska Rocksteady & Reggae”. There is already a certain contradiction in this description, because Dub and ska and rocksteady don't actually go well together (if you disregard the work of Victor Rice). In 2006 the band signed a record deal with Trojan Records - as the first band in 30 years. But two years later, the fun was over. The pamas then founded their own label "Rockers Revolt" and recorded the album "Love Filled Dub Band", which is considered one of their best. Although the album (according to its title) already from strong Dub-Elements, the London sound inventor Wrongtom was commissioned to create a Dub-make version. But his recordings disappeared into Nirvana and (allegedly) remained missing until 2022. Now they have miraculously reappeared and are now on the album "Pama I'ntl Meets Wrongtom in Dub' (Happy People). A big story about a reasonably simple album. Yes, Wrongtom did a good jobdubbt, but the result remains kind of colorless. But maybe that's also due to the pronounced retro style of the recordings. One looks in vain for the magic, depth, intensity and spirituality of good current productions. The sound remains comparatively noncommittal and irrelevant. Yes, the whole thing looks a bit uninspired - just like the cover. Who, however, Jamaican Dub 1970s might have a different opinion here.