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Download links and information about Dubtometry by Dj Spooky. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:03:15 minutes.

Artist: Dj Spooky
Release date: 2003
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Bop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:03:15
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No. Title Length
1. Alter Echo Dubtometry (Opotmetry Remix) 4:09
2. That Subliminal Kid vs. The Last Mohican (featuring DJ Goo) 5:27
3. Optometrix 6:20
4. Jungle Soldier (featuring Lee) 1:07
5. Variation Cybernetique (featuring Karsh Kale) 6:11
6. Parachutes (Dub Version) 4:03
7. Sequentia Absentia 0:48
8. Variation Cybernetique (featuring Twilight Circus) 4:05
9. Mad Professor's Interlude (featuring Mad Professor) 0:31
10. Sequentia Absentia Remix 4:12
11. Intro (featuring Rosemary) 0:32
12. Bomb Massive (Optometry Remix) (featuring DJ Goo) 5:20
13. Interlude (featuring Alter Echo) 1:40
14. Dementia Absentia Remix (featuring BLEND) 6:02
15. Kollage Remix 4:17
16. Asphalt Remix (featuring Negativland) 2:34
17. Optometry Remix (featuring The Animal Crackers) 5:57



It's the obvious next step for DJ Spooky. Take the tracks he worked over on his groundbreaking Optometry album and give them to various remixers so they can create their own vision of his sound — a refraction of it, if you will. For the most part, the overworked "dub" tag doesn't really apply, even when he brings in a couple of dub masters like Lee "Scratch" Perry and Mad Professor. But it's a hook to hang it all on. And certainly some of the people here have clear ideas. Karsh Kale, for example, makes a percussive vehicle of "Variation Cybernetique," with tablas unsurprisingly to the fore. It's interesting to compare with Twilight Circus' take on the same piece, which heads toward dreamier realms altogether. Blend offers an almost gamelan sensibility to "Kollage," with plenty of delay creating something quite otherworldly. Negativland's trademark cut-up sensibility comes to "Asphalt," hitting high on the disorientation factor. If you're expecting dub in the Jamaican way — a remix that's aimed at both feet and head, you won't find it here; this is strictly cerebral. But it's a very successful brain warp that often pushes all the way to the edge (stand up DJ Goo). It makes you wonder if remixes of the remixes might come next, like ripples moving out across a pool. It'd certainly be an interesting idea. In the meantime, be happy with this, a fabulous idea made flesh.