Dreadzone Re-Issue Their Classic Album ‘Sound’

Electro-Dub pioneers Dreadzone are re-issuing their classic 2001 album ‘Sound’ on their own Dubwiser label. The album will be available on CD and digital download, and, for real music connoisseurs, there will also be a special double vinyl edition.

‘Sound’ was co-written and produced by Tim Bran, who went on to produce the likes of London Grammar, James Morrison, and Rhodes, and features contributions from Don Letts; Brinsley Ford, of Aswad fame; Earl 16, from Leftfield; MC Det; and MC Spee.

The album made a huge impact in the Reggae/Dub/Electronic music world, and after over 20 years in the industry, Dreadzone are still going strong, performing numerous tours and festivals, including a regular stint at Glastonbury.

With re-issue of ‘Sound’ Dreadzone will again me hitting the road, with their new UK ‘Sound’ Tour. Details of this, information about Dreadzone and how to purchase the album are available on the band’s Website.

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Juliet is married with one daughter, a dog and a cat. She grew up in East London, but currently resides in Hertfordshire.

Having spent her formative years in the Mod scene, she has a lot of love for the 60’s...and the music of the Mod Father, Mr Paul Weller.

Juliet has always loved to write and began training to be a journalist, before ill health caused her to put her life on hold.

Two kidney transplants later, she still enjoys all kinds of writing, including poetry, and has had several poems published in various magazines and anthologies. She likes needlecraft, is big on animal rights and loves discovering brilliant new artists that the main stream media may have overlooked.

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