Hardcore DUB stepping it up once more in
another musical DREAD ALERT. Yes I , JAH
RASTAFARI Thunder and Lightning to Wake The
Town And Tell The People again.
The music is hard and well militant. An
up-tempo 21st century Steppers Drums with an
enigmatic chord progression and a hard
The two different DUB mixes each have
their specific interpretation but both of
them contain a sound clip of George
"Warmonger" Bush answering a
say we're heading to war with Iraq and I
wonder why you say that. I hope we're not
heading towards war in Iraq. I'm the person
who gets to decide, not you..."
Of course we all know what that decision
was. And we know why King George II said he
wondered why this particular reporter asked
Download, and witness the erupting
Volcano as streams of Hot Lava come out of
your HiFi set.
All those that chant down Babylon can use
both the THUNDER and the LIGHTNING versions
as a great FREE witness tool to wake up
Not for the weak heart, and definitely
not for the weak multimedia speakers!
MIX 1: LIGHTNING DUB
This is definitely the fattest version of
the two mixes of KGW. With sometimes over
four different layers of effects, not a
single instrument is left undubbed.
It starts right at the top, as soon as
the introduction break passed the effect
machines. The voice of King George II comes
out of the filters while the bass is getting
some serious treatment as well.
Then after a while the rhythm comes to
it's fullness while sweeping reverbs and
echo's accompany the drum and bassline.
Every now and then the rhythm is broken
down, only to come back with more
electricity and other effect settings.
MIX 2: THUNDER DUB
EXTRA WARNING: Watch your speakers with this
one. This one is especially for use in the
dance and the bassdrum mixed louder than in
the other version of this track.
The THUNDER DUB takes use of the power of
the riddim itself. You'll hear the Rhythm
Section (Guitar and Piano) drop in and out
many times. The drum and bass line take you
from the top to the very last drop and is
present most of the time.
In the middle of the mix, the voice of
King George "Warmonger" Bush is
heard over a distorted bass, and when he
finishes, from the deep comes the riddim
again, playing like thunder!