After years of silence around Scientist, suddenly a lot can be heard from him again. At the same time as “Scientist Meets Hempress Sativa in Dub"He is starting another album: Scientist & Dubiterian, "Classeek riddims“ (Dubiterian records). But unlike the all-round successful album by the ruler of the herb, Scientist shows on “Classeek Riddims” that he can also do other things, namely boring, uninspired and superficial. Okay, I like that about the meager digital productions of Dubitarian lie. The only question is, why does Hopeton Overton Brown get involved? Besides that here Dub-Technically not too much happened, that of Dubiterian melodica can be heard on almost every track. What was really good with Augustus Pablo turns out to be latently annoying doodling - especially since the sound spectrum of a melodica is quite limited anyway. But to say something good about the album: It is not without reason that it is titled “Classeek Riddims”, because here you come across many classics, especially some from Eek-A-Mouse, whose “Bidibidibangbangdibiden” even gave him a “Featured” here “Enters in the album title. However: at the latest when “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” sounds, the joy of listening is over.