One of Lee Perry's finest and most restrained moments as he strips down the Congos' "Ark of the Covenant"
The Natty Cultural Dread rides the "Stalag" riddim on this tribute to John Coltrane and the Last Poets
One of the earliest clues to the new direction as Prince is filleted for the future...
Scott La Rock and KRS1 lift Yellowman's "Zunguzunguzeng" for the riff in this early rap/reggae fusion.
The dub dentist spells out the rhythm that started it all, used by Big Youth for his "S90 Skank"
The melodica king at his best - originally found on the flip of John Holt's verison of "My Desire"
All at once strident, melodic and deepest dread, versioned from Yabby You's impeccable productions
Michael Campbell did so much to popularise dub. Classic and wild, it's also known as "Dread All the Way"
A whompingly brutal modern steppers tune with more than a scent of traditional righteousness
Scratch and Tubby invent dub
The version to Glenroy Richards' single with Glen Brown proving it ain't necessarily all boom and bash
Utilising Family Man Barrett's "Higher Field Marshall" Mark and Moritz take it deeper
Straight outta Leipzig, Anthony Red Rose's "Tempo" gets a dowsing.
Utilising Jackie Mittoo's "Drum Song", Lloyd 'Bullwackie' Barnes recreates the Black Ark in the Bronx