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Dub has grown increasingly popular in the last decade as a club phenomenon, and its essential elements -- instrumental and vocal tracks dropping in and out of the mix, along with the often drastic use of effects like echo, delay, and flanging -- have been adopted by producers working in many different dance-music styles. But the late King Tubby is generally considered to have been the perfecter, if not the inventor, of dub, and his original reggae mixes from the 1970s have enjoyed increasing popularity as young innovators ...

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  1. Love of the Jah Jah Children
  2. Dubbin an Wailin
  3. Tangle Locks
  4. Right Road to Dubland
  5. Black Out]
  6. Roots]
  7. Mosquito Dub
  8. Jah Jah Version
  9. Natty Dread Girl
  10. African Dub
  11. Move Out a Babylon
  12. Natty Version
  13. Garvey Dub
  14. Don't Cut off Your Dreadlocks
  15. Dread Dub
  16. Informer
  17. Long Time
  18. Down Fall Rock
  19. Wailing Version
  20. Dignity and Principle
  21. Jah Jah
  22. African Woman
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