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King Tubby did not invent dub, but with hundredsif not thousandsof sides standing witness to his wizardryhe elevated the form to an exalted level. Jamaican dub of the roots reggae era is the direct antecedent of modern remix culture, which today spans music, the visual arts, and even high technology. It is the immediate effect on the brain that is most impressive, though...
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