Easy Star All-Stars / Dubber Side Of The Moon
Album: Dubber Side Of The Moon   Collection:Reggae
Artist:Easy Star All-Stars   Added:Nov 2010
Label:Easy Star Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2010-11-21 Pull Date: 2011-01-23 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: Jan 23 Jan 16 Jan 2 Dec 19 Dec 12 Dec 5 Nov 28
Airplays: 1 1 2 3 3 4 3

Recent Airplay
1. Apr 08, 2024: Virtually Eclipsed by Happiness
Eclipse (Victor Rice Remix)
4. Feb 26, 2011: There and Back Again
Time (Groove Corporation Remix)
2. Jun 30, 2012: New World Disorder
Step It Pon The Rastaman Scene (Border Crossing Remix)
5. Feb 05, 2011: There and Back Again
On The Run (J.Viewz Remix)
3. Jun 09, 2012: New World Disorder
Money (Alchemist Remix)
6. Jan 22, 2011: New World Disorder
Time Version (Michael G Easy Star All-Stars Remix)

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2010-11-16
Easy Star All-Stars – Dubber Side of the Moon
Reviewed by Sadie O., 11/16/20
Excellent dub remixes of the Reggae cover version of the Pink Floyd classic. What’s not to love? Nothing! It’s great! No bad tracks – all fine dub remixes.
FCC (just like Pink Floyd did it) on track 5. I like 8-12 best, but all tracks are excellent.
1. 3:52 **bit of slow fade in, then nyahbinghi drums, sound of pot being ingested in various ways, and dub. A minute in, turns into upbeat midtempo bubble with horns – very skankable.
2. 4:04 **train station announcer intro, then electronic arpeggios, slow fade in to swingy midtempo syncopated skank. Lots of bass and dubbiness.
3. 5:47 **whooshy, chimey intro, all trancey ‘n’ shit… After 1:35, abruptly becomes downtempo groovy skank with vocals and toasting, lots of dub on the snare. Way trippy, as it should be.
4. 5:09 *beeps and faraway chords… After about a minute, very slow squeepy skank, female wailing vocals. Fades out and in again, for last minute and a half or so is a pretty solid dubby downtempo skank.
5. 6:38 FCC: “bullshit” (just as in the original…) ***woobles and spoots, very slow dub with bits of vocals but lots of other noises. Sing-jay toast in middle. Gets much faster (or maybe just more complex), with bits of speaking, great syncopation.
6. 6:00 **groovy little dancehall beat, mellow electronics, sweet – interesting riddim to use with this particular song, but it works. Runs into next track.
7. 4:05 **midtempo syncopated beat, sparse electronics, bits of things going in and out, essentially instrumental. Gets Atari-weebly for last minute or so.
8. 4:30 ***laid back, downtempo swingy bubble with lots of electronics, bits of vocals, a little harmonica, even. Goes prettily to pieces.
9. 2:37 ****pretty female harmonies, then relaxed Motown groove that somehow involves nyahbinghi drumming – way cool! Fades out 10 seconds early.
10. 4:20 ****slow, tough skank with toasting. Great beat, great toast. Great stuff.
11. 5:28 ****bit of singing, then super-ooper-dub of track 5. (without the FCC!)
12. 3:38 ***sweet downbeat dub bubble with melodica. Woobles wander between channels…
13. 3:47 **electronic arpeggios, then uptempo jazzy keyboards, complex drums. Sweet and pretty acoustic guitar. Get stoned to this!

Track Listing
1. Speak To Me/Breathe (In The Air) [Dubmatix Remix]   7. Any Colour You Like (Kalbata Remix)
2. On The Run (10 Ft. Ganja Plant Remix)   8. Brain Damage (Adrian Sherwood And Jazzwad Remix)
3. Time (Groove Corporation Remix)   9. Eclipse (Victor Rice Remix)
4. The Great Gig In The Sky (Dubphonic Remix)   10. Step It Pon The Rastaman Scene (Border Crossing Remix)
5. Money (Alchemist Remix)   11. Money (Mad Professor Remix)
6. Us And Them (Dreadzone Remix)   12. Time Version (Michael G Easy Star All-Stars Remix)
  13. On The Run (J.Viewz Remix)