Edu Satta Jah / A Fantastica Fabrica De Dub
Album: A Fantastica Fabrica De Dub   Collection:Reggae
Artist:Edu Satta Jah   Added:Sep 2008

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2008-09-14 Pull Date: 2008-11-16 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: Nov 16 Nov 9 Nov 2 Oct 26 Oct 19 Oct 12 Oct 5 Sep 28
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 14, 2012: New World Disorder
Alone In Express
4. Nov 15, 2008: New World Disorder
Dub 1419
2. Jan 15, 2009: Happy Hour
Dub 1419
5. Nov 08, 2008: New World Disorder
Dub 1419
3. Nov 27, 2008: Happy Hour
Dub 1419
6. Oct 29, 2008: New World Disorder

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2008-09-15
Edu Satta Jah Apresenta A Frantastica Fabrica de Dub
Reviewed by Sadie O., 9/10/08
Seriously demented dub from Brazil. All tracks start with a lot of random electronica for quite a period of time, and I think they’d have been better without them – but they’ll fit in nicely with quite a few shows, and once they get going, the dub is pretty wild. I wish the last track wasn’t one of those “hidden track” things – the vocal part at the end is pretty breathtaking, and the sitar bit is pretty cool, too.
No FCCs. I like 3, 5, 7 and esp. 4 best.
1. 3:50 **odd quasi-industrial noises for first 50 secs, with beat slow impinging, finally a very downtempo dub skank with squeeps. Ends with ho ho hos.
2. 4:41 **bit of processed voice, stoned sounding horns, downtempo drum and bass skank. Considerable randomocity.
3. 4:24 ***midtempo skank with lots of syndrum. Snips of vocals. Fades to occasional random noises for last several seconds.
4. 4:48 ****deconstructed skank, backmasking… very slow dub skank with cowboy-style harmonica. Pretty damn weird!
5. 5:07 ***random clangs and whooshes for a full minute, then horns, and finally a groovy sort of samba bubble.
6. 3:51 **soft hand percussion instruments, gradually adding on structure and bits of other instruments.
7. 4:10 ***bit of processed voice, echos, downtempo dub skank that craps out and comes back as a cow. I swear.
8. 4:22 **very low electronics for a few seconds, and video game noises, random musical bits, finally another downtempo skank – groovy, though.
9. 4:36 *loony vocal snippets and electronics, deconstructed skank where all the pieces rarely come together at once, very sparse.
10. 8:55 *alarm clock for several seconds, then random squeeps, gets a cobbled together beat after about 2.5 minutes. Sitar – pretty cool. Fades about 3 minutes from the end. Silence for 30 seconds or so, then amazing vocal harmonies praising Rastafari. As a track for the radio it’s pretty dicey, but various of the sections are really cool.

Track Listing
1. Vom Vindos. Welcome. Bienvenidos   6. Charlie And The Grandpa
2. Swing Easy   7. Alone In Express
3. Sound Of The City   8. Manasses
4. Dub 1419   9. Dub Is Culture
5. V.E.R.U.T.E.   10. Kharma Dub