In all good record outlets from today… 1st Nov’10:
PAMA INTL MEET MAD PROFESSOR – REWIRED! IN DUB (on Rockers Revolt RRHIT13)
A total reconstruction of Pama Intl’s critically acclaimed Outernational album (****Mojo, “ An album of substance” Q, “seamless merging of old & new” Echoes) by the legendary Dub specialist – MAD PROFESSOR.
From the early 1980’s Mad Professor has furthered dub music like no other. Producing, remixing, collaborating and releasing 1000’s of reggae titles, including; Lee Perry, U Roy, Mikey Dread, Sly & Robbie, Horace Andy, Max Romeo, The Orb, Beats International, Sade, Depeche Mode, Jamiroqui, Rancid, KLF, Beastie Boys and many more. In the mid Nineties, Mad Professor’s profile increased to global status after remixing Massive Attack. The resulting album ‘No Protection’ went onto sell over 1 million copies.
Since 2001 Pama Intl have been brewing a unique blend of 60’s soul, 70’s reggae with a 21st century commentary. In 2006 they became the first new band to sign to the legendaryTrojan Records in 30 years. The collective’s line up has included members from The Specials, Madness, Steel Pulse, Galliano, Lee Perry Band, PWEI, Steel Pulse, Style Council, Bentley Rhythm Ace, The Selecter and collaborations with Dennis Alcapone, Dave & Ansel Collins, Billy Bragg, Groove Corp, Mungos Hi Fi, Michie One, Rico Rodriguez, Derrick Morgan and Dawn Penn.
NOW Pama Intl meet Mad Professor… in a dub extravaganza… transcending the generations!
“another landmark for Pama Intl joining team with Mad Professor in such a oldschool style…the album is awesome!” Zona Reggae, Portugal
“This is brilliant. Dub at it’s best with Mad Professor. Lovin it” Laurent Garnier
“One cannot deny the superb song writing and ultra professional that Pama Intl has given the reggae and soul fan during the past 10 years and their choice of enlisting Mad Professor to dub up their master tapes has to be the coup of the decade” United Reggae
“the results are truly fantastic. in a word : perfect” i really love music
“It would be sheer criminal to ignore what is on offer here!” 9/10 Street Voice UK