Dreadzone – Dread Times. Label: Dubwiser Records – DUB011LP. Producer, Mixed By, Programmed By – Bazil. Producer, Arranged By – Greg Dread. Vocals – Earl 16, Spee.
Dreadzone were formed in London, England in 1993 when ex-Big Audio Dynamite drummer Greg Roberts teamed up with Tim Bran, who had previously worked as a musician and sound engineer for Julian Cope and who has done production work for artists including London Grammar, Birdy, and the Dutch duo HAEVN. Between 1998 and 2001, the Dreadzone sound system hosted the Dubwiser club night at Notting Hill Arts Club. During that time Roberts and Bran set up a studio together and recorded and released their fourth album, Sound, which featured Brinsley Forde and MC Spee. In 2000, MC Spee joined as a second vocalist Discography.
Tracklist 01. Dreadzone - Rootsman 02. Dreadzone - Mountain 03. Dreadzone - Battle 04. Dreadzone - Escape 05. Dreadzone - 16 Hole 06. Dreadzone - Black Deus 07. Dreadzone - Music Army 08. D. Dreadzone - Dread Times (LP) 2017. Tracklist 01. Dreadzone - Area Code 09. Dreadzone - Keep It Blazing 10. Dreadzone - Never Going Back 11.
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Dreadzone at their absolute best. I saw them on the first date of their 2017 Dread Times tour in Pontardawe and it was a really top gig. Bouncing! Go and see them, you won't be disappointed.
This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 110/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Dread Times. BPM Profile Dread Times. Album starts at 136BPM, ends at 120BPM (-16), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dreadzone.
Dreadzone, Biological Radio (Full Album HQ Sound). Dreadzone was formed in London, England in 1993 when ex-Big Audio Dynamite drummer Greg Roberts, teamed up with Tim Bran, who had previously worked as a musician and sound engineer for Julian Cope. Bran and Roberts signed to Creation Records in 1993 and released their first album 360°. They were soon joined by bassist Leo Williams and keyboardist Dan Donovan, also formerly of Big Audio Dynamite.