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Fri, 17 Nov 2006

Scientist Dubs Culture Into a Parallel Universe / Scientist
This one requires some explanation, or at least it did for me. So, starting from the middle and workout outward, the word "culture" in the title refers to Culture, a well respected reggae band. "Dubs" is the verb, referring to a remix, in this case of the work of the aforementioned Culture. And Scientist is the one doing the dubbing, turning Culture's music into something a little more science fictional, which explains the rest of the title. (Note that this album lists him as The Scientist, while his other albums have him as just Scientist. Oops!)

I do have one complaint, though. It's about this track of his called Return of Mr. Mxyztplk. As any good Superman fan knows too well, that's Mxyzptlk. Get it right, dammit!

Scientist Dubs Culture Into a Parallel Universe
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