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3.00 | 1 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Other Dub Part I (11:24)
2. Other Dub Part II (11:36)
3. Other Dub Part III (17:11)

Line-up / Musicians

- Brian Williams / electronics and noises
- Adam Jones / guitar

Releases information

Compact Disc D-2

EP featuring Adam Jones (Tool).

Thanks to colorofmoney91 for the addition
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Review by colorofmoney91
3 stars [OTHER DUB] is pretty much what I expected it to be. It's a long dub remix of the album [OTHER], with additional guitar added by Adam Jones of Tool. To be honest, this album is kind of boring. It's atmospheric, but not in the traditional Lustmord way - this sounds like the album Satan smokes to with his buddies. [OTHER DUB] consists of 3 parts of the same tracks, and each part could very well be the same part, because there is no distinguishing them. All of the tracks have a steady, bassy, dub pulse backed by a simple snare beat and Lustmord's weird atmospheric experimentation noises. I'm not really sure what Adam Jones' point was on this album. He plays guitar for a total of maybe 1 minute, and he only plays 1 chord.

I'm not saying I don't like this album, but it just isn't really powerful Lustmord work; probably why it isn't a whole album. I suppose this album would be good music to test out some newly installed woofers in a car or something, but other than that, this music is just background noise for a gloomy sewer in Jamaica. If gloomy ambient dub sounds good, pick this album up.

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